From the smallest mom-and-pop business to the largest department store, every company, office, or store needs locks of some sort. The needs of businesses are different than residential needs, and therefore need to be addressed separately. Whether your company is looking for the best high-tech upgrade for secure locks, or simply outfitting a new building with the proper security measures, it’s worth examining which options are best for you. On the following pages, we’ll explain how some of the best commercial locks on the market right now will suit your company’s needs. For further questions as to how we can help outfit your building, call Key Man Services at (661) 210-1182 and we’ll gladly send our expert to your location.
Benefits of biometric locks
There is no need for any physical keys, making it much simpler to control who will have access to the building. If an employee leaves the company, instead of replacing or rekeying your locks, you can just deactivate their entry code to the office. With physical verification, there is no need for remembering a password or code, which can easily be forgotten due to the overload of password the average person needs to remember on a daily basis. In addition, biometric locks allow fast entry into the office and usually recognizes the physical sign within seconds. Because a physical signature is much harder to copy than a manual key, biometric locks prevent inadvertent access that can occur if someone were to drop their key somewhere along the way.
fingerprinting scanning systems
A fingerprint scanning system is one that grants access to an authorized user by recognition of his/her unique fingerprint patterns. The system scans and converts fingerprint data into a numerical template. When one places his/her finger onto the system, if the numerical data is recognized, the door will unlock. Optical scanners capture an optical image of the fingerprint and use various algorithms to detect the unique patterns of one’s fingerprint such as ridges and bumps. There are varying degrees of resolution used in these types of scanners. The higher the resolution, the more accurate the reading of the fingerprint. Capacitive scanners the most common type of fingerprint scanning systems. By using a capacitor circuit, the system collects specific data regarding your fingerprint and analyzes the unique data for matching fingerprints in order to allow access.
There is a wide range of biometric locks such as fingerprint locks that are available on the market from which you can choose from. However, before selecting a particular digital lock for your home or business, it is very important for you to consult with us, Key Man Services, for the type of digital lock that is best suited for your home at (661) 210-1182.