What's an iButton?
The iButton is a key-sized device that contains a computer chip and attaches to a keychain. Each chip has its own unique ID number and is unaffected by magnetic fields, metal detectors, water and most common chemicals. You can drop it, step on it, scratch it or wear it swimming. The iButton is wear-tested for 10-year durability and can be reassigned to a new user quickly and securely.
Multiple Access Options
The iButton Solo Door Lock has multiple ways of releasing the lock. The lock comes with 2 mechanical keys, 3 iButtons and a manual. You can lock and unlock the iButton Solo with an iButton, a mechanical key or, a key-code that you can program in a matter of seconds. Also, you can set up users that require both the iButton, and a key-code for access. The mechanical key will over ride all options. It's basically the master key.
Handles up to 299 Users
The iButton Solo Door Lock can handle 299 users with a combination of iButton and code, keypad only, iButton only, or dual access. When programming users, you can choose a user code between 1-8 digits long. Programming users can be as easy as 1-2-3. Simply enter programming mode by entering the master code, select a number for the user, and then choose a 1-8 digit code. Each user has their own level of access, meaning you can set specific times that users can or cannot enter.
The iButton Solo Door Lock has at keypad that once touched, lights up blue for clear visibility in any lighting condition. The keypad will stay lit for about 5-7 seconds at a time, and will turn off automatically with no activity.
Auto Lock Mode
The iButton Solo Door Lock has the auto lock feature that is so valuable to those who forget to lock the door on their way out, or for those who don't enjoy locking the door after they've left a room or setting. The manufacturer's default settings has the auto lock mode disabled, so this must be changed to auto lock at present time in order to function as explained.
- Review of 51631 Review by RICHARD
Review of 51631
Does as many things as locks much more expensive. Works Great! Takes a while to install correctly but well worth the time!
Posted on 5/22/2010
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