Passive Electronic Locks: the Future of Industrial Locks
Mechanical locks have accompanied human life for hundreds of years. Even today, they are still the main locks in our lives, but they cannot meet the requirements of modern people for high reliability, high security, information and intelligence of locks. Since the advent of semiconductor (transistor) technology in the late 1950s, people have applied this technology to locks and invented many kinds of electronic locks with rich functions. After entering the 21st century, electronic locks are bulky, require frequent maintenance, complex structure, generalization, low standardization, and high failure rates. In order to solve these problems, people have invented passive electronic locks.
How does it work?
A passive electronic lock combines the characteristics of the mechanical padlock and electronic lock. It is composed of passive electronic locks, smart keys, and management software. There is no need to install a power supply in the passive electronic locks, and an electronic chip is built-in. When the smart key is inserted into the lock core, the passive electronic lock is powered by the smart key, and the smart key and the passive electronic lock perform information verification and password verification. After the matching is successful, the motor is started, and the teeth of the key are aligned with the code. The piece sinks, it is locked with the core cap, and the padlock is opened by turning the key. It is the solution with the highest level of security currently recognized internationally.
What special function does it have?
At present, as a new technology in the world, there are not many enterprises involved in passive electronic locks, and Vanma passive electronic locks stand out with its unique electronic and mechanical double encryption technology. It has been realized: identification of unlocking, record of unlocking information, blacklist, authorization management of smart key, opening all locks with one smart key, patrol function of case and cabinet, display of location map and so on.
Where can it be applied?
Power, communications, oil, shipping, logistics, military, public transportation, museums, department stores, railways, banks, prisons, dangerous chemicals and other industries can be used.