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iTouchless BM003L Bio-Matic Fingerprint Door Lock Silver Color (Left Handle)


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  • Program 150 fingerprints or 78 passcodes, comes with 2 back-up keys
  • Silver Color: Left Handle
  • Sliding solid steel cover protects the biometric sensor from UV rays and weather
  • Stand alone and battery operated (4 AA batteries, not included) - batteries are good for 15,000 entries
  • Low battery power warning alarm
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Technical Details
Part NumberBM003L
Item Weight2.5 Kg
Product Dimensions20.3 x 17.8 x 17.8 cm
Batteries:4 AA batteries required.
Item model numberBM003L
SizeLeft Handle
ColorSilver
Materialzinc
Voltage6 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?Yes
Battery DescriptionAA
Weight2.5 kilograms
Length20.3 centimeter
Width17.8 centimeter
Height17.8 centimeter
  
Additional Information
ASINB000PELUBE
Best Sellers Rank #26,509 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.6 Kg
Date First AvailableSept. 29 2010
  
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With fingerprint recognition technology, you can easily give your children or other family members access to your home without needing to worry about them losing the keys. Uses the latest biometric entrance technology with 150 fingerprint storage capacity for single latch tubular model. Replaces any standard door lock. Fingerprint door lock offers a sliding front cover that not only allows protection for the optical sensor but also activates the fingerprint scanner when lifted and it can be accessed by fingerprint, passcode, or backup key. Powered by 4 AA batteries which will handle 15,000 usages.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Karen on March 31 2014
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Not sure who gets the credit for the first part but, as with most things Amazon painless transaction, came fast, no surprises.
Ok on to the lock. It is installed on an outside door, front of a house, under a deep porch it does not get direct sunlight or snow or rain hitting it.... -20c to +20C. temps but that's all.
PROs - nice finish, looks really cool on your door, easy to install, instructions are clear, easy programming.
Before I start to wine (and I'm going too) I / we are very familiar with bio metric (fingerprint) scanners we use them in our companies for door locks and time keeping. I have trained dozens of employees on them i know the importance of finger placement, pressure, alignment, contaminants bla bla bla.. some people they never work on no matter what you do. Ok ...get the cheese..:-)
I taught it all the fingers on both hands of 5 people 3 times (yep... 150 fingers)
CONs - this unit is effected by change in temperature / humidity. training it again on different days didn't help.
on its best performance it will recognize after about 5 tries, on its worst days, not at all. It is temperamental at best.
The number keys are not illuminated or well marked and there are only 4 digit keys 1-4 . The shortest code you can use is 8 digits.Key override works fine, they claim the key is "laser cut" ...BS.. apparently they don't know how a laser works. Anyway the key is a pain to duplicate.If you are buying this device to get quick easy access, don't waste your money, more often than not you will find your self trying to pry the magnetic cover off the key hole cover to get your key in. Way too much money for mediocre performance. not many to choose from, only available online. Would that suggest stores don't want to carry them and deal with high rate of returns. IMHO
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Amazon.com: 65 reviews
54 of 55 people found the following review helpful
Biometric Doorlocks Jan. 18 2008
By D. Herzberg - Published on Amazon.com
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It works perfectly for me! I even figured out that it has to detect a pulse to work properly (Which is a problem for my aunt, she has a very weak pulse, but that's another story). The ability to use a password is still much better that having to dig out keys. Another feature I like is that the door automatically locks behind you, but you can turn this feature off and on if you want.
24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
GREAT Product With One Slight Problem.... Aug. 31 2013
By M. Waltman - Published on Amazon.com
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I've had this unit for 4+ years and it still works and looks great. But, as with others, mine quit reading fingerprints as well. The One Slight Problem. And the factory was worthless when contacted. I'm sure they know the problem but they're not sharing. So, here you go...
Looking at the back of the unit in an upright position, at the bottom of the the top circuit board there are 8 connection points, the two on the left are unused. Just empty holes in the board. The six to the right are soldered points where the fingerprint reader board is connected to the main board. The two soldered points to the far right are labled TD & RD. These two points are the paths where the fingerprint reader board communicates with the main board. Transmit and Receive. These solder joints are faulty. Mine were blackish where a good solder joint should be shiny silver, like you see on the rest of the circuit board. These six solder points need to be re-soldered and your fingerprint reader will start letting you in your door again.
Be careful. The circuit board is fragile and can be burned easily. I used a 15 watt iron (from Radio Shack) but only tried this because I've been used to soldering for 35 years. Part of my work. If soldering is not your thing maybe a TV repair shop could help? But this solution does get the unit working again.
While you have the unit apart, try some CLP on the moving parts. I was amazed at how stiff mine had become without my realizing it! My unit is now working like new, well worth the effort. Best of luck!
45 of 50 people found the following review helpful
Does not work at 6 months after bought Jan. 31 2008
By F. Cruz - Published on Amazon.com
The product is impressive and works great. However, mine does not read fingerprints anymore. It turns on the light but never "beeps", and I am sure it is not a programming problem (I am a software developer myself).
I have to enter my house using only the buttons or key :(.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Very, Very nice July 1 2011
By The Don - Published on Amazon.com
My wife & I love this thing!It's been well over seven months since we had it and it has worked very well/no issues. The construction of this unit is a top notch all metal design, very sturdy.(make sure you choose the correct lock for your left or right opening door). Programming was very easy, but i believe non-tech people will need a techy person to help them. Now let me comment on how well it works. The finger print recognition works 8 or 9 times out of 10. I've realized that you should program it with the natural finger position your going to use when ever you want to open the door or just remember the position your finger is in when you program it. If you do this it will always open for you(10 out of 10). I've also noticed that if your hands are very dirty or ice cold the sensor cannot "see" your finger print, so make sure your hand is somewhat clean and you aren't ice cold. The option to type a code in is a plus and the ability to use the override key will reassures the ability to get into your property, but I've never had to use either method.I will definitely recommend this to a friend. The convenience of not having to fondle around for keys to open the door is darn near priceless. Whenever I'm carrying my child or bags I just lift a finger and I'm in the house.....I absolutely love it ! You can't beat fingerprint security and convince. If your thinking about it- just buy it. I did and I'm very pleased. Now I'm going out to by one of those smart-key(key-less) cars.
17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
iTouchless Bio-matic Door Lock Right hand, Gold Aug. 17 2009
By J.B. - Published on Amazon.com
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The Bio-matic door lock is a great asset on keyless entry with no other device, accessory, etc. needed other then your fingertip/print.
Some other customers give bad reviews due to failed print captures. When I put my wifes print in memory, I captured her full end digit of her index finger, then I watched how she pressed her finger for entry access when she said it wouldn't read right, She was only applying the tip of her finger in which the memory has the full digit and she is only giving half the ridge detail the Bio-matic is looking for.

Also, We as Human beings use are finger/hands to pick things up at least 200 times a day, if you abrase/scuff or scar the finger/print/ridge detail in question, you won't gain entry till it heals or you re-do your print, then it heals and you re-do again.
I like it some much, I've bought another, that covers 2 out of the 4 entry/exits at our residence!