This features all of the benefits of our popular Silver Keylock Slide...but with a Gold finish.
Featured in the Sunday Telegraph as a DIY project for the tech-savvy homeowner.Keylock Slide lock is the sales leader in the fingerprint door lock market. With its unique design, robust features, and unsurpassed quality it will continue to be the market leader for secure and convenient door access. This is the best quality single latch fingerprint lock available for use in your home. Stylish and easy to use, this fingerprint door lock offers a sliding front cover that not only allows protection for the optical sensor against the outdoor elements but also activates (wakes up) the fingerprint scanner when lifted.
The Keylock Slide will accommodate upto 75 fingerprint and 78 pin number users. The Keylock Slide lock offers the ability to manage the registered users directly on the lock. Not having to cut additional holes in your door makes this unit stand above the rest! If you want a easy to install and use fingerprint lock than this is the lock for you.The Keylock Slide lock will fit in the standard 54mm opening without having to modify your door. This lock is so easy to install all you will need is a screw driver and about 10 minutes of time.
Warning: The fingerprint scanner may not always work with children younger than 6 years old or elderly people over 70 years old. The reason being is that their fingerprints may be too small or too wrinkled to read correctly.
The strike plate supplied is suitable for a swing door.
The amount of clearance required is 75mm.
Yes. Being a single latch door lock it should not take more than 10 minutes of your time. All of the fingerprint locks are no more difficult to install than your standard door locks.
No. Only the person who know's the 8 digit master code is authorised to enroll new users.
When you first install the lock it comes with a standard 8 digit mastercode which you change on first use to a code of your choice.
Because of the size of the child's finger, sometimes the fingerprint will not work on the lock and you may need to try more than once before its recognised.
Under normal use (10-15 accesses per day) the fingerprint lock should operate for a year on a single set of alkaline batteries.
The system goes to Low-power "sleep" mode after 10 seconds of inactivity; in this mode minimum power is consumed. Whenever the system is active (display on or driving the lock) it consumes maximum power. Avoiding "waking up" the system unnecessarily will extend battery life.
In sleep mode the lock can run for several years on a single set of batteries. Is is impossible for the lock to "forget" its settings even if the batteries are removed.
When batteries need replacement, the system emits a warning beeping sound after locking or unlocking the door. It will give you about 4 weeks warning before the batteries go flat. When accessing the bolt, the motor will sound "straining" under low battery condition.
No; the system configuration and user information & data, are saved in non volatile Flash memory (similiar to the one used in jump-drives and MP3 players) data may be stored indefinitely without the need of batteries.
The system is designed to capture data from either hand, as long as the fingerprint matches the finger of enrollment, the lock will function properly.
No. Your fingerprint is NOT stored in the system. The data collected during swiping is used to extract a mathematical expression of the features that make your print unique. This mathemetical representation is what is stored in memory. This method is both economical (small memory requirements) and secure (unable to duplicate the actual fingerprint).
|Door Thickness||1.5" to 2.36"|
|Unlocking Methods||Fingerprint, Code and Bump Proof Key|
|False Identification Rate||<0.0001%|
|Password Length||8 bytes|
|Fingerprint User Capacity||150|
|Communication Method||Stand Alone|
|Anti static Voltage||>15000v|
|Working Temperature||-33 °C / 60 °C|