Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Programmable digital locks and combination lock with master key for lockers.

Which lock is more secure for your locker? The built-in digital programmable lock or the built-in combination lock with a master key?

The built-in digital programmable lock is the better option for a public unit. This is because the current user will enter a single use code to lock the device. Once the current user comes back and unlocks the unit, the combination will then be erased allowing the next person to create their own code. The combination lock with a master key can only program one permanent combination that isn’t erased after every individual use. Therefore, a former user could come back and access the unit. Also, you can run the risk of losing the master key for the combination lock and have to order a replacement.

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