Are You Wary Of Electronic Locks? All The Answers To Your Questions

We have already seen what electronic doors are and how they work in a previous article, published just on the eve of the month, on the occasion of the arrival of the new models of armoured doors with electronic lock under the Alias ​​brand.

On this occasion, instead, we want to share with you some useful considerations, aware of the general skepticism that still hovers around this type of product. Many users, in fact, continue to show a certain distrust of Digital Door Locks and continue to orient themselves – whether by choice or by fear – towards more consolidated and traditional models. We at Magnum Telesystem, therefore, reviewed the most frequent questions, clichés, and major concerns, trying to give concrete and comprehensive answers to the most frequent dilemmas.

– First of all, what is the added value of an electronic lock?

The advantages of an electronic lock are very many. It is possible, in fact, to control accesses and verify the flow of people; restrict access to some users only in certain time slots; eliminate the use of the key (you will no longer have to look for the keys in your pockets or bag); use other opening tools, such as the alphanumeric keypad, the mobile phone, the fingerprint or – even – the credit card!

– If the power goes out, will I stay out of the house?

Keep calm. Although these doors are connected to the electrical system (from which they are powered), in fact, they are in any case equipped with a ” buffer battery “, a sort of emergency battery that is activated in the event of a fault in the system itself or in the absence of current.

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– What happens if technology plays tricks on me?

As we know, the lock is the weak point (or, better, the most delicate) of any security door. One of the advantages of the electronic door is precisely that of not having any slots. However, for those who do not really want to abandon traditional methods or prefer a progressive change, it is possible to combine the “classic” solution with even the most classic mechanical lock.

– Is data transmission secure?

The Digital Locks for Doors (and therefore require the support of a mobile phone or any other portable device) work, unlike those with an alphanumeric keypad – through encrypted communication. In this regard, many of you continue to wonder if this data transmission over the air is safe or not, given that, by now, even thieves and criminals seem to be increasingly “qualified”. Obviously, the higher the quality of the electronic lock, the more complex the cryptographic key used will be.

The Argo app, for example, uses security protocols of the highest technological class in the world, such as AES 128 encrypted communication, used by offices and government agencies to protect sensitive documents and information. To make you understand what we are talking about, it is enough to say that if all the computers in the world worked simultaneously and at maximum power, it would take thousands of years to decipher the code; taking into account the fact that such an “effort” would require such energy that, however, it would be difficult to provide. But that’s not all, because the app uses a random “session key” valid only for that specific transmission. In this way, communication between the device and the lock is always protected and safe.

– Yes, but how much does it cost me?

It is useless to deny that the electronic door “costs” (however less than one might think), but the performance of these products – which represents the new frontier of home security – are undoubtedly high.

We close this brief discussion with the hope of being useful both to our customers and to our readers, always remaining available for any advice or clarification. As we always love to say, in fact, our door – whether electronic or not – is always open.

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