High level of security no matter what your needs. Door locks should be affordable, comprehensive and packed with the best innovations to help protect you and your business. With the KES17 Commercial Fingerprint Door Lock System from KEYless Entry Systems you can rest assured that you are equipped with some of the best technology in the industry.
Trust a market-leading device that is innovative and looks great in any office environment. A fingerprint scanner represents the future and what convenience can mean for your business. Don’t settle for ordinary, invest in the extraordinary with Keyless Entry Systems and our extensive range of security options.
No matter the size or scale of your business the KES17 Commercial Fingerprint Door Lock System can help improve the security of your building. Some of the innovative features of this lock include:
Experience the difference that high-quality protection can have for your business with one of the best products on the market.
The KES17 Fingerprint Door Lock System has the capacity to control 1-4 doors. By connecting to the ACB – 00 series control board you can expand the capabilities of your system. The ACB – 00 series board allows you to control users via software loaded onto your computer and also via an app on your phone! So now you can open the door remotely if needed via an iOS or android app.
The KES17 Fingerprint Door Lock System is only one piece in the puzzle. We offer complete kits which include the following: –
Ability to Grow With Your Business Whilst this system can control a single door without the need of additional hardware it has the ability to grow with you. Need more information please don’t hesitate to call us now or contact us for a quote to supply and install.
*The controller still requires a power source unit.
Whether you want to use fingerprint recognition, swipe access or keypad entry, the KES17 Commercial Fingerprint Door Lock System is one of the best around. Add one to your cart now and transform your businesses protection now.
|Dimensions||20 × 10 × 5 cm|
What is the minimum clearance required between my door and the flyscreen?
– Each lock is different please check the specifications for each lock.
What stops anyone using their fingerprints to access my home?
– Each lock is delivered with a changeable master code; this code is required to add new fingerprints.
Who can’t use these locks?
– No one, the biometric readers are designed for all ages.
How easy are these locks to install?
– Single mortise locks should fit into the existing space of your current lock, however please check the specifications provided. For our more heavy duty locks a locksmith is recommended.
How long will the lock last on a single set of batteries?
– Every lock is different and designed to go into sleep mode when not in use to maximise battery life. However you should expect 6-12 months of battery life.
How do I know when to replace the batteries?
– Every lock has a low voltage/battery alarm and for extra safety all our locks come with the added peace of mind of an external 9v battery power socket.
What happens when I replace the batteries?
– Nothing, everything is stored in the doors internal memory.
What is TCP/IP
– The Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) AND Internet Protocol (IP) is responsible for addressing hosts, encapsulating data into datagrams (including fragmentation and reassembly) and routing datagrams from a source host to a destination host across one or more IP networks. For these purposes, the Internet Protocol defines the format of packets and provides an addressing system.
Each datagram has two components: a header and a payload. The IP header includes source IP address, destination IP address, and other metadata needed to route and deliver the datagram. The payload is the data that is transported. This method of nesting the data payload in a packet with a header is called encapsulation.
IP addressing entails the assignment of IP addresses and associated parameters to host interfaces. The address space is divided into subnetworks, involving the designation of network prefixes. IP routing is performed by all hosts, as well as routers, whose main function is to transport packets across network boundaries. Routers communicate with one another via specially designed routing protocols, either interior gateway protocols or exterior gateway protocols, as needed for the topology of the network.
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