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One key to home convenience is…eliminating the need for unnecessary keys!

August 9, 2012 Leave a comment

Design House 702548 Electronic Keypad Deadbolt, Brushed BronzeWith an Electronic Keypad Deadbolt from Design House you can eliminate your need for a house key while at the same time upgrading the décor of your home. This Electronic Deadbolt has a 12-button keypad and is powered by 4 AA batteries (sold separately). The keypad is backlit for added convenience at night so that punching in an entry password is just as easy as it would be during the day. The Keypad Deadbolt can hold as many as 300 entry passwords with 1 of them serving as the Master Code. The Master Code has override functions to add/remove passwords as well as activating various modes of the lock such as disabling use for all codes except the Master Code. Access passwords consist of 6-digit codes that, when input and accepted, will illuminate a green LED indicator light and unlock the deadbolt for entrance. In the event the Electronic Deadbolt’s batteries die, the door lock can still be opened and closed through the use of an included emergency override key. The Electronic Keypad Deadbolt has an adjustable backset of 2-3/8″ or 2-3/4″ and is designed for door thicknesses of 1-3/8″ to 1-3/4″. This door lock has a Grade 2 Security rating meaning it is designed and built to provide excellent durability and security for residential applications as well as light commercial applications.
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Electronic Keypad Deadbolt Provides Keyless Entry to Home or Office

August 7, 2012 Leave a comment

Design House 702530 Electronic Keypad Deadbolt, Satin Nickel
One key to home convenience is…eliminating the need for unnecessary keys! With an Electronic Keypad Deadbolt from Design House you can eliminate your need for a house key while at the same time upgrading the décor of your home. This Electronic Deadbolt has a 12-button keypad and is powered by 4 AA batteries sold separately). The keypad is backlit for added convenience at night so that punching in an entry password is just as easy as it would be during the day. The Keypad Deadbolt can hold as many as 300 entry passwords with 1 of them serving as the Master Code. The Master Code has override functions to add/remove passwords as well as activating various modes of the lock such as disabling use for all codes except the Master Code. Access passwords consist of 6-digit codes that, when input and accepted, will illuminate a green LED indicator light and unlock the deadbolt for entrance. In the event the Electronic Deadbolt’s batteries die, the door lock can still be opened and closed through the use of an included emergency override key. The Electronic Keypad Deadbolt has an adjustable backset of 2-3/8″ or 2-3/4″ and is designed for door thicknesses of 1-3/8″ to 1-3/4″. This door lock has a Grade 2 Security rating meaning it is designed and built to provide excellent durability and security for residential applications as well as light commercial applications.
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Biometric and Numeric Code Entry can be added to Electronic Strike, Magnetic Lock or Garage Door

July 11, 2012 Leave a comment

Xceltronix i-touch/i-access i-Touch with i-Access Kit

  • Biometric control for garage door, electronic strike or magnetic lock
  • Recognizes up to 30 fingerprints and numeric codes
  • Temporary access can be granted up to 30 days
  • Mountable in both indoors and out
  • Provides safety and security through keyless entry

Xceltronix’s i-Touch with i-Access Kit adds keyless entry to an electronic strike, magnetic lock or garage door by allowing users to open either with a verified fingerprint scan or numeric code. The i-Touch device can store up to 30 fingerprints and 30 numeric codes allowing whoever holds the master code to determine which are permanent and which are temporary. Temporary access codes or fingerprints can be made active for between 1 and 30 days. The i-Access should be mounted in a secure area as it is the gatekeeper permitting and denying entrance to its connected door. For proper setup the i-Access should be mounted near the i-Touch and does not need to be mounted next to the door opener. Both the i-Touch and i-Access can be mounted either indoors or out depending upon the application desired.

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Conveniently Unlock Your Door with the Push of a Button within 30 Feet

June 2, 2012 Leave a comment

LockState LS-DB500R-SN Electronic Deadbolt with RF Remote, Satin Chrome
If you’ve ever been stuck fumbling around with a handful of items while trying to find your door keys then the Electronic Deadbolt with RF Remote from LockState is your answer. This lock completely eliminates the need for a key because it offers 2 keyless alternatives for unlocking the door which are user code on the keypad or push of a button on the RF remote control. The included RF keyfob remote adds increased convenience to this product because it has a working range of up to 30 feet from the door. This feature means that if you know your hands are going to be full the door can be unlocked ahead of time or while approaching with simply the push of a button. They keyfob can attach to a key-ring for added convenience but is small enough to stash in pocket or purse. Because convenience is king it doesn’t stop with the RF remote. The lock also has a backlit, ten-digit keypad that will allow for the programming of up to 6 access codes. Each user access code can be between 4-10 digits long and is a great way to limit having to give a door key to family, friends or maintenance. Codes can easily be deleted and added to the Electronic Deadbolt as needed which is much easier than tracking down a key or having to change a lock. The system also allows for one-time access codes to be used. This handy feature is ideal for use with cleaners, handymen or guests that only require one-time access to your home. The keypad is also conveniently backlit making it easy to see and use at night. However, should someone be attempting to gain access that shouldn’t be the deadbolt will disable itself for 45 seconds after 5 incorrect keypad entries. Read more

Automatically Closes Garage when Left Open and Grants Entrance via Fingerprint or Numeric Code

May 30, 2012 Leave a comment

Xceltronix i-touch/autocloser i-Touch with Autocloser KitThe i-Touch with Autocloser Kit from Xceltronix is designed to provide increased home security as well as added ease for users and guests to enter their home through the garage. The kit consists of 2 main components, an i-Touch biometric fingerprint scanner and a garage door Autocloser which will shut a garage door automatically when it is left open longer than a pre-set amount of time. The i-Touch device is capable of learning up to 30 different fingerprints as well as 30 different numeric access codes and mounts to the garage door frame with or without an existing gang box. It grants keyless access to pre-approved users that have been given a numeric access code or have their fingerprint saved in the i-Touch database. The Autocloser, which the i-Touch connects to, is what opens and closes the garage door automatically and it is powered by a 9Vdc power supply which is included with the purchase. With an Autocloser users will have peace of mind to know that their garage door will never be accidentally left open all day or night because a pre-set time limit will automatically close it when left open.
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