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Biometric Fingerprint Door Lock by ADEL
ADEL Biometric Fingerprint Door Lock, Heavy duty, durable, commercial-grade design.
The Trinity-788 Fingerprint (Biometrics) Door Lock is the most reliable of its kind on the market.
It will provide you with an easy access, reliability of fingerprint reading and security ever time you use it.
The lock is designed for easy installation and very easy programming. It’s made from Cast-Steel and other metal parts for durability and long lasting.
The tubular dead latch is made of stainless steel. It operates on 4 AA batteries and does not require any hard wiring; this is a stand-alone door lock.
- Biometrics--Keyless electronic lock Heavy duty -- durable State-of-the art design
- Reversible handle. NON-HANDED
- NO WAKE-UP CODE--wakes up automatically when you lay your finger on the scanner
- Single latch mortise, easy and simple installation and operation DIY
- Fingerprint can be added or deleted with lock on the door
- 100 fingerprints
- Cast-Steel Integrative Structure
- Uses 4 AA alkline Batteries (Included)
- Adopts optical CMOS fingerprint sensor
- Includes2-3/8" and 2-3/4" latches, to fit either back set
- Satin Nickel Finish
- Will fit door thickness from 1-3/8" to 2"
- Will fit a standard 2-1/8" diameter hole, only one additional 3/8" dia. through hole will need to be drilled
- Very easy installation and operation
- One year battery life under normal use
- The lock can be set to a Passage Mode at any time
- Two SC1 keyway override keys are provided for emergency entry
- Compact and attractive design Image capture time: 1 second Response time: 1 second
External contacts for battery-power override. The future in door locks is here today, now with a reversible handle. ADEL's fingerprint (biometric) door locks are designed for unsurpassed security, style, and ease of use. Keys are no longer needed with the ADEL lock. No more miss placing your keys in your purse or briefcase. Don't be weighted down with a huge key rings. No more loosing your keys entirely. With an ADEL locks, the only key you need is your finger. Easily share access to high traffic secure areas like conference rooms, home offices, storage areas, and other areas with out the huge cost of making and/or recovering keys. The 'Master' print assigned to '00' can add access for a new user, or delete a user just as quick. The lock is a stand alone system, no PC is required. Each print adopts its programmed number from 01-99. User's print displays when access is requested on the LCD readout. No more calling in locksmiths to re-key a commercial door when an individual leaves without turning in his/her key. Do you know if your housekeeper or other service providers are cutting extra keys to your home or office? ADEL prevents unauthorized security breaches of key duplication. Two fail safe backups are built into the lock in case the batteries fail. You can use a traditional key or simply touch a 9V battery to the two terminals under the lock to provide interim power. You can even access the lock with a combination keypad code. These locks rival the security levels that the Pentagon has. This is a world class lock don't be fooled by any other brand - trust ADEL.
|Fingerprint Capacity (Users)||100|
|Batteries||4 AA Included|
Ive already owned this product for 2 years and decided to buy another one for another room.. Works Great! never had a real problem with it.
We have purchased several of this lock to use at our retail locations. They work wonderfully with one exception. We relocated one of our stores, and when I removed the functional lock then tried to re-install at our new location, the lock stopped functioning.
If you will be moving the lock, you may as well buy multiple ones. They work fantastic provided you install it once and leave it where you initially put it.
I installed this to keep our very precocious and mischievous 3 year old out of a couple of rooms in our house.
Pros: Easy to install, works flawlessly, very sturdy and has lots of backup access in case something does go awry.
Cons: You will have to drill a single hole in the door for one of the bolts. This really isn't a big deal, but if you decide to replace it with a regular doorknob later, you'll have a hole in the door to patch. Indoor use only. It states it clearly on the package. Again, not a big deal, but you should be aware before you buy.
So far, I love it!!!! and now my son cannot get into the room where we keep medicine and cleaning supplies. We are going to purchase a couple more!
- No more forgotten keys!! This is the best investment I have made in a long time. Easy to install and configure. Works flawlessly 95% of the time. The other 5% is when it is raining and there is water on the lense (resolved by drying the lense and finger) or when there is strong sunlight shining on the lense (resolved by covering the lense with your other hand).
I have one of these on the door leading to my company's datacenter. It feels well built and has not had any problems. I didn't install it (yay for maintenance staff) but it didn't look all that difficult to install. It almost always accepts my fingerprint and it's forgiving enough that your finger doesn't have to be positioned exactly perfect. At the same time it has not yet given a single false positive. The glass on the scanner does need to be wiped clean every now and then but that's hardly a huge deal.
My only complaint is with the PIN code feature. You can program it with a single six digit PIN code (no multiple codes) in case you need to give someone access and haven't yet enrolled their biometrics. However, setting and entering the PIN code is convoluted without a numpad, and the display on the screen makes it confusing.
So let's say you have a PIN of 654321. To enter the first digit you press the + and - buttons until you have chosen the correct number. The screen will show "6-". Then you press # to move on to the next digit, and after choosing the correct number the screen will show "65". Then you press # and the display changes to "5-", then "54", then "4-", and so on. After thinking about it I can understand the logic behind it, but seeing it for the first time is confusing and makes you second-guess whether you're entering the correct numbers.
Having said that, I so rarely use the PIN feature that it doesn't bother me, and clearly the lock's bread and butter is reading fingerprints and the PIN code is a throw-in feature that is useful in the occasional unexpected circumstance. It excels at what it was designed for, so it's hard to hold the PIN shortcomings against it. I highly recommend this lock.