RFID Digital Door Lock

by Mike

RFID Digital Door Lock Components
Key locks are just the worst, every time you want in and every time you want to lock up, you’ve got to go through the enormous task of turning that key. Sure, it doesn’t sound like much, but it would be a lot easier (and about a million times cooler) if you could just wave a little card and the door would lock or open itself for you. That still leaves the annoying process of turning the doorknob, but a solution for that isn’t quite ready yet.

Thanks to the greatness of RFID, your days of turning locks have ended. Never again will you be locked out because of forgetting your own keys. In addition to the RFID pad, it has a key pad that can be used to unlock the door (using your secure PIN). If ever your PIN becomes compromised, it’s easy to reprogram the PIN number and RFID cards. Now onto the best part of this lock, at anytime you want you can wave one of your fobs, cards, or tags onto the card reader and the lock will open right up (or close). Come on, I know you think it’s cool.
RFID Digital Door Lock In Action

This lock is great for security as well. It’s 100% pick proof because . . . well, there aren’t any holes to pick. Also, the dead bolt mode for night disables all outside access and if ever the door is opened forcefully, an alarm will sound. There’s also an automatic locking mode which will lock the doors whenever you leave (this can be disabled). You might be worried about the batteries in this thing, as I was, but there are contacts for an emergency 9 volt battery the lock can use if the batteries become completely drained.

All this is pretty awesome, but it’s a bit a lot more expensive than your ordinary deadbolt: $300. But come on, if you’re geeky enough you’d love to have a RFID lock.

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7 reviews or comments

Remotely open your front door » Coolest Gadgets Says: February 22, 2007 at 8:01 pm

[...] the RFID Digital Door Lock and imagine it being 10 times cooler. Well, I know what you were thinking. . . you wished it was [...]

Jamie Says: March 12, 2007 at 1:51 am

these are great. its still a bit pricey at around 300-400 a pop.
Here’s another site I googled and saw had the locks for cheaper
http://www.cydus-solutions.com
They carry they mykey 2100 digital door lock and the mykey 4000r

Alex Says: July 4, 2007 at 6:42 pm

as an agent of Mykey digital door locks covering territories of US, Europe, and Asia, our price for FD-2100 (the model shown above) is $105 USD.

email me at imalex02(at)gmail(dot)com

Alex

Mr. Chung Says: June 11, 2009 at 9:52 pm

Could you help me. How we can buy “RFID lock” in Hong Kong? And also, Any further information for us to design relating to apply on cabinets purpose.

Thank you!

locks Says: May 22, 2010 at 5:39 am

please send locks models and fuetures

L. Steel Says: June 1, 2011 at 7:51 pm

Do you have to cut a hole in the door to install this lock??

Mark Says: July 3, 2013 at 7:36 am

I am looking for an RFID door lock…. “MyKey” in particular. do you have them in stock? or can you find them for me. I will need at least 10-15 of them. Please provide me with your phone ## for me to contact you.
Thanks,
Mark

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