A safer home starts with a smarter lock. As a solution provider in the global video surveillance industry, Dahua Technology released new series of smart locks - Bluetooth Series and Bluetooth & Wireless 433 series to bring enhanced and more convenient protection to people.
Keys to traditional locks easily get lost and duplicated, and residents cannot remotely open or close doors when necessary. The compact and sleek-looking Dahua smart lock combines a mechanical lock case with an electronic motor hiding in the panel. Locks with 8mm-square-bar lock bodies can be upgraded to Dahua smart locks without dismantling their original lock bodies, by installing the new lock inner and outer panels.
Dahua smart locks technical highlights
Dahua smart locks come in two colors: silver and black. Below are some of their technical highlights -
- Pick Resistance: Grade B Lock Cylinder with pick-resistant lock body makes them hard to pick open.
- Forced-entry Resistance: Made of Zinc alloy, the metal part of Dahua smart locks supports IK08 protection Security is guaranteed by the solid build of the locks.
- Convenient Unlock When Necessary: Although smart locks make it harder to break in, they are more convenient to unlock when required via four different methods: key, card, password and Bluetooth.
- Strong Safety Mechanisms Encrypted: Cards are much harder to copy than common ones or keys, offering certain level of duplication resistance. For passwords, you can enter random numbers before or after your password combination to ensure password privacy. Additionally, users can also use Bluetooth connection which is compatible with the encryption algorithm for secured communication.
Bluetooth &Wireless 433 series products support a fifth way of unlocking – remote unlock. When paired with VTO2111D-WP (433) outdoor Wi-Fi station, one can open the door for their guests from far away via the DMSS app in their cell phone.
The release of Dahua smart locks is yet another example of Dahua fulfilling its mission of ‘Enabling a safer city and smarter living’.