Fingerprint lock? Those who store sensitive data or highly confidential documentation in their office know well that, no matter how cautions you can be, during their absence this information is at risk, either because of curiosity or a simple carelessness, and might leak out.
Therefore, one should be equipped with a protection system that grants access to the room, and of course to the documents and information stored in there, only to selected and authorized personnel. To achieve this result, a normal key lock may not be enough, as even the key might get lost or stolen.
The wisest thing to do is using a 100% secure solution: a biometric fingerprint lock. Such a lock does not need keys which may get lost or end up in the wrong hands, since a key is not needed. All you need to do is run the fingertip of your forefinger and, if your fingerprint was previously stored and authorized, you will gain access to the restricted area.
How many fingerprints a fingerprint lock can store?
It is possible to store up to 78 different fingerprints; to add a further layer of security, a PIN opening code can also be set up, to be entered once your fingerprint has been recognized.
Biometric protection is commonly used to protect sensitive areas, for example restricted rooms inside a military installation or a presidential building. Now, such a level of security is available for everyone, at a reasonable price, to protect your office, a place which maybe does not contain military secrets, but where it is certainly vital that confidential information stays confidential!
For more information on fingerprint, we recommend that you visit the Endoacustica website.