Biometric Door Locks

Biometric Door Locks

Biometric locks employ high-tech fingerprint recognition technology to verify your identity before allowing a locked door to be opened.

A biometric lock uses an optical or thermal scanner to read and memorize your fingerprint (and the fingerprints of other authorized users who you decide should have access to your home).

Opening a biometric door lock is typically a two-step process. First, press your fingertip—or hand—to the scanner, and the device identifies your unique characteristics. Next, you type an authentication code into a keypad to open the lock.

Biometric locks characteristics

  • Goodbye, keys. You’ll never leave your fingerprints in your other pants, so biometric locks offer convenience and fast entry for an authorized user.
  • Biometric power. Many biometric security systems provide alternate key access in case the battery-operated system fails.
  • Alarming option. If someone tries to break the BioAxxis Biometric Deadbolt lock, an alarm sounds.