keypad lock

keypad lock

A door lock that opens when the correct set of digits has been “punched in.”
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After the facility's keypad lock froze, two heating units malfunctioned and a pipe burst, flooding a mechanical room and leaving shelter leaders to clean up, await permanent repairs and seek donations to cover unexpected costs that likely will reach into the thousands.
The AOTT can be equipped with either a keypad lock or a biometric fingerprint scanner.
Use the keypad lock so thieves cannot immediately access your phone, or use the biometric authentication if your phone has it (finger print or facial recognition).
Regional power retailer, Jumbo Electronics, is showcasing the latest smart home security devices, such as Grains keypad lock, which can operated with a fingerprint and Grains video door bell, which gives a real-time view of the door at any point, via a mobile application.
Regional power retailer, Jumbo Electronics, is showcasing the latest smart home security devices, such as Grains keypad lock, which can be operated with a fingerprint and Grains video door bell, which gives a real-time view of the door at any point, via a mobile application.
To the general public the keypad lock would seem a sensible precaution rather than a form of imprisonment.
Other features include battery and signal strength indicators, a backlit color display, internal address book, call tinier and keypad lock. A backup lithium battery is also available.
In the initial phase of AGATE, a player might approach a briefcase with a keypad lock on it.
Since the phone had the keypad lock on, Rahul was unable to operate it.
It has a heavy-duty steel and electronic keypad lock that makes this product secure and ideal for protecting any medications.
The series, an expansion of the company's E3600 Series, also includes security features such as a keypad lock and a physical lock mechanism that secures instrument storage.
The door has an electronic keypad lock - only he knew the code.