Combination Keypad Door Locks
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iButton Door Locks are the smart choice in electronic keypad combination push-button entry door locks because they
do more and cost less than most other mechanical or electronic key pad or
combination entry door locks.
iButton Door Locks are the most flexible push-button,
combination door locks we have found anywhere. They are loaded with great features which
make them ideal for everything from homes to offices. They are especially well-suited
for companies with multiple offices and landlords with rental property because these locks
let you easily control who gets in and when!
What is an iButton?
An iButton is a computer chip enclosed in a small, 16mm thick stainless
steel can. An
iButton can be used virtually anywhere because it is rugged
enough to withstand harsh environments, indoors or outdoors. It can be attach
to a key fob and used to control access to buildings and
computers, keep track of time and attendance with applicatins like JobClock®,
maintain audit trails, and perform many other data logging tasks.
What is an iButton Door Lock?
An iButton door lock is a lock that has an iButton on the
outside (the secure side) of the lock.
Information is transferred to and from the door lock when a hand-held iButton (which
is usually attached to a plastic key tag) is placed next to it.
The microprocessor inside the iButton on the lock communicates with the iButton on
the key tag and decides if the lock should open or not. Since these tiny microprocessors
know what time it is, iButton Locks can be programmed to open only during certain days
What's more, because iButton locks can store information, some models can keep an
audit trail of when they are opened and by whom. Audit trails can be transmitted from
the iButton Lock to a master iButton key tag, and from there to a PC, where the data
can be easily examined and the lock settings can be programmed.
iButton Locks can add and delete users individually, so when one person leaves, no
one else's code has to change. This is a must-have feature for most businesses
with more than a one or two employees.
iButtons are the smart choice for:
- wireless, keyless entry door locks
- electronic key pad locks
- combination door locks
- digital door locks
- keypad entry door locks
- proximity door locks
- key tag locks
iButton Locks can also be programmed with special one-time-use only codes, which can
be handy if you are expecting a repair man.
How Can iButton Locks be Opened?
There are 4 quick and easy ways to open iButton Locks:
- with an iButton (a small metal disc)
- with a secret code entered on the key pad (if present)
- with an iButton and a code (extra secure)
- or with a traditional metal key (optional)
Where Can iButton Locks be Used?
iButton door locks are designed to retrofit onto just about any standard entry door
in a home, office, lab, dormitory room, or apartment.
These are D.I.Y installations--in most cases, you won't need a locksmith.
You may not even need a handyman.
How Can iButton Locks be Programmed?
There are 2 simple and easy ways to program an iButton Lock:
- on keypad (if the lock has one)
- or with our special PC software
(this is really handy if you have more than a few users)
What iButton Models are Available?
iButton Locks come in a variety of models and features:
- The simplest iButton Locks come with just an iButton and a metal key, and do not
have a keypad. These have either a door knob or a lever handle. These are programmed
with a master iButton. These locks are usually installed in homes but they also work
well in and small businesses, too.
- The mid-range iButton Locks have a handy lighted key pad which lets you program
them from either the key pad or with a master iButton which is programmed on a PC.
These locks are usually installed in homes or small to mid-size businesses, since
they make security management so easy and cost effective. These locks can be configured
to keep an Audit Trail.
- The high-end iButton Locks are specially designed to stand up well for frequent
use in commercial settings. They also have a key pad, so they can be program either
on the lock or or with a master iButton which is programmed on a PC. These locks can
be configured to keep an Audit Trail.
What are the Unique Features of iButton Locks?
An iButton lock can...
An iButton lock has...
- handle up to 299 different users
- hold up to 10 One-Time Use codes
- grant users access within certain date & time ranges
- adjust for Daylight Savings Time
- automatically unlock and/or lock daily at a given time
- be programmed right on the key pad, if present, or on a PC with purchase of an
Audit Trail Kit
- be temporarily disabled with the Quick Emergency Lockout mode
will freeze lock in current state (locked or unlocked)
- operate in either Storehouse Mode,
which locks automatically every time it's closed or in Passage Mode,
which holds door closed, but not locked
- a 1-Minute Security Lockout feature which kicks in automatically
if wrong code is entered 3 times
- a lighted keypad for dark or dim areas
- takes 4 AA Batteries which last ~10,000 operations and has a visual low battery
- an LED and/or beep to confirm correct key presses
- a weatherproof rating
How Do iButton Locks Codes Work?
The codes for an iButton lock...
- can be programmed directly on the key pad or with a master iButton programmed
on a PC
- can be deleted one-by-one or in groups
- can be granted access to multiple iButton locks, which is ideal for an office suite,
apartment, or dorm
- can be granted or restricted access during certain dates &
- can be setup with ONE-TIME use codes (so you can let the plumber in one time only)
What are the iButton Lock's Options?
iButton locks can be configured in a variety of ways, depending on what you need.
Some of these options come standard with certain models. Others, you can select at
the time you place your order:
- Optional Key Pad
- some iButton lock models have a key pad and some do not
- some key pads are lighted, some are not
- Optional Software Version
- the Audit Trail Kit (ATK) keeps track of when it is opened, by whom,
and how (iButton, key, or code)
- the ATK can be programmed to allow one code access at inconsecutive times of the day
- contains PC software, USB port adaptor, and adaptor cable
- Optional Key Way
- can be exchanged for any SFIC key way (Small Format Interchangeable Core),
including Best or Schlage, so it will accept your own custom master key.
- can be completely disabled so lock can't be picked or bumped
- Finish Options