How does a fingerprint door lock work?
In this day and age it’s no wonder that often when thinking about home security. Especially the high security kind. We think of fingerprint door locks and other biometric varieties. Some of these are handprint locks, facial recognition and eye scanning locks.
This type of automatic and somewhat scifi inspired varieties are now available on the market. There are a whole range of fingerprint door lock technology out there to be had. It comes with both positives and negatives. The only question is if it’s the right solution for you.
The definition of a fingerprint door lock is an access system which reads your fingerprint. The lines on our hands are unique to our person and is a secure way of identification. You may think that as it is no longer admissible in court as sole evidence, that security wise it would be a poor choice. However, the chances of someone with your fingerprint going passed your house with the intention of burglarizing it. Is next to nothing.
One of the main factors that people today opt for a hand or fingerprint door lock is due to the convenience it provides. After all there is no risk of lost keys. You are not at risk of forgetting your fingers or hands at home. Some may also choose it for the novelty. Which is something that our traditional technicians also understand. If it provides your home or office with good security, and you can have a bit of fun whilst feeling secure. Than we say, go ahead.
What’s worth to mention however. If you are thinking about joining the technology’s advancement. Is that there will be a time of change and getting accustomed to it. Keys are strangely versatile and practical. A point which many who have chose to go for a keyless option come to realise and comment on. Other key less options than the biometric route is smart homes and electronic key systems.