How to choose the best wireless locks access control system for you?
Modern wireless door locks are capable of handling multiple data entry systems such as thumb impressions, manual codes, images, etc. via wireless door readers. Therefore, they are much smarter than they were a few years ago!
Wireless locks are useful in many use cases, and they often represent a very effective option. However, in different scenarios, which wireless lock is the better choice? Now let me recommend you two wireless lock products in different scenarios, which can meet all your needs.
For home & building wireless lock access control system
Kisi access control system
- Lightning-fast unlocks
- APP unlock, Tap to unlock,
- MotionSense Credentials
- In/out tracking
- Unlock schedules
- Access management
- Remote unlocks
For confidential place & outdoor wireless lock access control system
Vanma smart passive lock management system
It is composed of passive electronic locks, electronic keys, and management software.
Vanma passive electronic lock, its appearance is similar to mechanical lock, but with a standard smart lock cylinder embedded in it, which is an intelligent access control system. Not only high security but also a greater degree of flexibility. Makes it possible to easily manage access permissions.
- Be similar to mechanical lock, easy to replace traditional lock
- No power in locks. Electronic key supply powers
- No need wired，Could be installed everywhere, indoor or outdoor
- One key unlocks multiple locks
- Remote authorization flexibly
- Record Lock/Unlock Information
- Blacklist function for lost key
- Covers most lock types on the market
Managers need to record and set lock and key information in the vanma smart management system. If you have thousands of locks, that will spend some time.
You could select Kisi if you want to choose access control system for a apartment or business building. You could choose Vanma Lock if the lock will be installed outdoor or confidential place. Meanwhile, you need to centralized manage these locks. For example, bank, electric power industry, transportation industry, communication industry, etc.