ZKAccess releases fingerprint door lock with Bluetooth technology

October 2, 2015 - 

ZKAccess announced it released its ML10-B biometric fingerprint door lock with built-in Bluetooth technology.

The ML10-B fingerprint door lock operates in the same manner as the ZKAccess’ existing ML10 model, but with the added benefit of built-in Bluetooth technology to ensure remote control capability.

ZKAccess’ new mobile application, ZKBioBT, can also be used with the ML10-B fingerprint door lock, providing greater convenience and flexibility for customers.

Before ZKAccess released the app, the ML10 fingerprint door lock required the fingerprints of enrolled users to gain 24-hour door access.

Now, the ZKBioBT app allows users to connect to ML10-B via Bluetooth capability on their smartphone and open the door remotely from any location.

The app offers additional programming and reporting capabilities, including the ability to enter the names of users, schedule times for when specific users are permitted door access, and generate reports that monitor which individuals entered an area and when.

“The ZKBioBT app is extremely secure,” said ZKAccess CEO Larry Reed. “Prior to launching the app and connecting to an ML10-B fingerprint door lock, the user is prompted for their password. This new mobile app provides the added level of security and convenience our customers were asking for.”

The wireless ML10-B serves as a highly secure plug-and-play replacement to any old ‘lock and key’ door knob.

Registering users with their fingerprints is a quick and easy process, with each ML10-B door lock being able to store and recognize up to 60 users.

Previously reported, ZKAccess released its FV 350, which it claims is the industry’s first multi-biometric finger vein and fingerprint recognition access control reader.

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