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8th August 2018 Issue no. 422
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Smart door locks for smart security
The days of forgetting to lock the door, leaving keys in the door or locking them inside the house can be a thing of the past for customers by fitting the latest in smart locking technology.
Once the preserve of commercial offices or high-end buildings, affordable electronic door locks are becoming more popular as a smart security solution for both homes and businesses.
Ever at the forefront of security product innovation Burg-Wachter continues to develop the latest in smart locking systems. One of the biggest deterrents for customers thinking of switching to electronic door locks is the expense and inconvenience of having to change the whole locking mechanism including the housing.
Burg-Wachter's "secuENTRY" cylinder is designed to be a direct replacement for standard Euro cylinders, leaving the existing lock housing in place. The length of the electronic cylinder is adjustable making it suitable for a wide range of door thicknesses up to 130mm.
The self-install "secuENTRY Easy" system combines keypad, biometric fingerprint reader and Bluetooth technologies into one easy to use system. The illuminated keypad is programmable with up to 50 different users with a choice of one million different codes giving high levels of security. The optional biometric finger scanner is capable of recognising up to 24 different prints for added convenience. The keypad provides IP65 weatherproof protection against dust and water, making it ideal for doors inside and out. The power of Bluetooth allows the lock to be activated via the Burg-Wachter smartphone app, which is available on both Android and iOS.
Comprehensive technical and sales support is available from Burg-Wachter UK's dedicated team by telephoning 01274 395333
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14th March 2018