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Fairfield, N.J. — ZKAccess, a leading provider of biometric and RFID security solutions, recently announced the release of its ML10 biometric fingerprint door lock. This Smart lock with embedded fingerprint recognition technology is easy to program and install, as no wiring is required. It’s a plug ‘n play replacement to your old “lock & key” door knob. Registering users with their fingerprints is also quick and easy. Each ML10 door lock can store and recognize up to 40 users.
ML10's next-generation fingerprint recognition technology means authorized users never have to worry about accidental lockout because ML10 requires no keys nor codes which can be forgotten or lost. Users simply touch the fingerprint sensor to open the door. It is extremely secure, as authorized users don't share their key or code because their fingerprint becomes their key and code. ML10 users' registration data remains safely stored in the device, even in the event of a total power outage, so there is never a need to re-enroll users. And, there's no need to change the locks when a previously authorized user is no longer permitted door access.
Ideal for small-business as well as residential applications, the ML10's door handle, latch and strike are reversible for either left- or right-handed preference. Its Do-it-Yourself design makes upgrading to ML10 swift and simple. Powered by four AA alkaline batteries, the ML10 signals an audible warning when it's time to replace the batteries. And, in the unlikely event of a total power loss, ML10 can still be operated manually by a traditional metal key which ships along with the ML10 and instructional guide.
For more information, visit http://www.zkaccess.com/.