Smart home devices:Smart Door Lock(Classic)

Smart home devices:Smart Door Lock(Classic)

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    Feature Multiple ways for access (password, fingerprint, NFC and the traditional use of a key) Screen with bezel-less design and tempered panel Hostage alarm and break-in alarm Password input in safe method Lockdown mode A smart lock is an electromechanical lock which is designed to perform locking and unlocking operations on a door when it receives such instructions from an authorized device using a wireless protocol and a cryptographic key to execute the authorization process. It also monitors access and sends alerts for the different events it monitors and some other critical events related to the status of the device. Smart locks can be considered part of a smart home.[1] Most smart locks are installed on mechanical locks (simple types of locks, including deadbolts) and they physically upgrade the ordinary lock. Recently, smart locking controllers have also appeared at the market. Smart locks, like the traditional locks, need two main parts to work: the lock and the key. In the case of these electronic locks, the key is not a physical key but a smartphone or a special key fob configured explicitly for this purpose which wirelessly performs the authentication needed to automatically unlock the door. Smart locks allow users to grant access to a third party by means of a virtual key. This key can be sent to the recipient smartphone over standard messaging protocols such as e-mail or SMS. Once this key is received the recipient will be able to unlock the smart lock during the time previously specified by the sender. Smart locks are able to grant or deny access remotely via a mobile app. Certain smart locks include a built-in Wi-Fi connection that allows for monitoring features such as access notifications or cameras to show the person requesting access.[2] Some smart locks work with a smart doorbell to allow the user to see who and when someone is at a door. Smart locks may use Bluetooth Low Energy and SSL to communicate, encrypting communications using 128/256-bit AES.

     
  • 1. Why can’t I unlock the door with the right fingerprint?

    The fingerprint can’t be recognised if your finger is too wet or too dry, or either your finger or the scanner panel is not clean.

    2. What do I do if my fingerprint cannot be saved to the scanner when adding it?

    Please try with your different fingers.

    3. How do I know when I should change the battery?

    The power consumption of this device is low, new batteries’ support usually lasts at least 12 months. There will be a notification on screen reads ‘Low battery. Please replace new batteries.

    4. What if the door lock is out of power, how do I get in?

    Emergency key is included with the purchase, which works just as a traditional one. Or use the emergency power supply port to get access.

  • Introduction

    Smart Door Lock (Classic) utilizes independent encryption safety zone and new type fingerprint acquisition device. It not only enhances the security performance of door lock, but also improves user experience and guarantees user privacy security




     
  • Spec

    • Size: 385 x 75 x 33mm (handle excluded)
    • Access: Fingerprint / password / NFC / traditional key
    • Power Resource: AA batteries x 8
    • Wireless Protocol: CoSS
    • Wireless Distance: 100m (open field)
    • Operating Temperature: -3060°C
    • Operating Humidity: 2090%