No Keys: Digital Door Locks
As we move away from cables in our daily computer life, there is another trend lurking around: keyless entry for your home. You are probably familiar with this concept on cars: Place the transponder on your pocket or purse and walk towards your car. As soon as you touch the door handle, the vehicle opens itself to let you in and with the press of a button, you are ready to go.
Locks are no longer a matter of inserting the key and turning it the right way, as technology progresses, so has the world of locks. With homes, we are still in the stage of numeric pads and biometrics but at least it’s the right step to a lighter keychain.
Samsung Ezon SHS-1210 Digital Door Lock
The Samsung EZON range of intelligent digital door locks blends premium design with safety and security. The SHS-5120XMK utilises Smart card technology, allowing for three methods of entry: PIN, Smart Card or RF Key Tag. The anti-panic system, built-in fire detection sensor, ESD preventative technology and unauthorized entry alarm ensure that you are safe and secure at home.
Yale Real Living Digital Locks
Yale Digital Door Locks combine secure and reliable locks with the latest technology for your home. With Yale Digital Door Locks you no longer need to use a mechanical key to unlock your door. Instead, you can choose if you want to use the quicker and secure electronic key, a remote control or the PIN keypad for a completely keyless solution. And just in case, a mechanical key is also kept for your reassurance.
Now you can even use the web to lock or unlock any door in your house, program users and receive text messages or email alerts.
A new design and concept made for the homeowners that love that high tech fancy look. Nowadays, there are digital keypads that can open and lock our doors, but usually they come with rubber buttons and make you wonder how reliable it can be. Well here is the latest on those digital door locks; the Gateman F-100 looks awesome aesthetically, very pleasing to the eye, sleek, and sharp looking.