1TouchIQ2 Biometric Lock Quality Guide

1TouchIQ2 Biometric Lock Quality Guide
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When to Migrate From an HID Card Reader to Biometric Door Access

When to Migrate From an HID Card Reader to Biometric Door Access
If the number of employees has out grown your current door or attendance device and you will need to upgrade to another device.  This would be a good time to reevaluate the technologies that are available and consider  the benefits of migrating from a Card Reader to Biometric. The ability to have both an HID ...

How is Anti-Passback used with Access Control?

Ways Anti-passback is Used Anti-passback was designed to prevent fraudulent activity within a work space, gym, or any other facility that is protected with a door access control system. Anti-passback is a setting that will prevent a card/ fob or pin code from being used twice to gain access through a door without exiting a ...

What is a deadbolt and types of a deadbolt lock

What is a deadbolt and types of a deadbolt lock
Definition of a deadbolt: A deadbolt lock is a form with many names. Some refer to this type of lock with a particular deadbolt latch as a dead lock or deadbolt. A deadbolt is “a lock bolt that is moved by turning a knob or key without action of a spring” – Merriam-Webster Deadbolt differences ...

3 Tips for Choosing a Dependable Security Monitoring Company

Whether at the business, home, hospital or university level, there are numerous benefits to pursue security monitoring services. In business to safeguard and at the same time get easy access to all the information about a customer, the use of blockchain technology has become quite famous. If you still lack such an upgrade to your ...

Biometric Use at the University Level

Biometric Use at the University Level
Biometric systems in schools use ranges in colleges and universities across the United States and the world. It is more common now than ever to see storage rooms for chemistry, staff facilities and gym use protected by mifare card locks and fingerprint ID door control. The expansion of biometric systems in the classroom has be ...

The Value of a Fingerprint Mortise Lock

The Value of a Fingerprint Mortise Lock
Mortise locks have been popular for many years across the world. A mortise lock is more secure than a typical lock because it contains a heavier return spring and a more solid locking mechanism. To provide even more security, Fingerprintdoorlocks.com offers the 1TOUCHXL, a mortise lock with fingerprint access. Fingerprint access ensures the safety of ...

Assisted Living and Nursing Home Security plus Door Access Control

Assisted Living and Nursing Home Security plus Door Access Control
There is no question that keeping loved ones safe and secure at their assisted living area or nursery home is a top goal along with health care and comfort.  Each state has mandates and regulations that nurses, aids, and facilities have to abide by in order to help provide safe and healthy accommodations. If you ...

What Not to Do with A Fingerprint Lock

In the biometric business you tend to get asked many questions concerning which lock would be best for a home, what you can expect from a lock, and occasionally if you can enroll an elephants ear. I have here a list of What Not to Do with your fingerprint lock: Don’t jump on your lock. ...

Advantages to Using a Keyless Safe 1

Advantages to Using a Keyless Safe
No more fumbling for keys, not when you have a keyless safe. Yes that’s right, the ultimate advantage to using a biometric safe. Using secure technology with improved scanners from over the years of manufacturing, biometric safes are becoming more popular and there is no surprise why. Easy Access Before the latest technology and once ...