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BIOLOCK(TM) USA Launches Affordable Fingerprint door Locks for Homes and Offices
Date:8/27/2008

BIOLOCK™ USA is bringing safer, more convenient security to residences and private offices with their state-of-the-art fingerprint recognition locks. What was once available only for large businesses, hospitals, schools and the military is now accessible to the public.

(PRWEB) August 27, 2008 -- The same innovative biometric technology used to enhance Hollywood films like Mission Impossible is now being used to protect private offices and residences. http://www.biolockusa.com [BIOLOCK USA] has recently begun offering its signature biometric fingerprint door locking system to the public.

Once only available to government institutions, hospitals, and schools, BIOLOCK(TM) unique electronic security access door lock now gives personal homes and private workplaces the same http://www.biometric-doorlocks.com/index2.html [protection and convenience]. Fingerprint recognition locks combine a conventional cylinder lockset with state-of-the-art biometric reading circuitry and a digital keypad for added security.

Biometric technology utilizes computerized methods to identify a person based on their unique physical characteristics; BIOLOCK(TM) draws on fingerprint identification that is virtually impossible to duplicate.

BIOLOCK(TM)'s new line of fingerprint recognition door locks eliminates the hassle of having to carry multiple entry keys. Instead of fumbling with various keys late at night or balancing an armful of grocery bags while trying to unlock a door, customers can enter their residences by simply placing the registered finger on the sensor.

More personal than a badge, photo or card, the demand for biometrics technology has skyrocketed in the past few years. With a one-in-a-billion chance of being copied, BIOLOCK(TM) clients can feel safe that their door locks will not be compromised.

Unlike combination code or conventional locks, BIOLOCK(TM) door locks don't require a code that can be forgotten or a key that can be lost. Electronic access locks provide exceptional security, convenience, and speed, allowing temporary passage for guests, housekeepers, and other short-term employees. Instead of having to change locks, customers need only reset or remove fingerprint access permission.

Three BIOLOCK(TM) models used specifically for homes and offices are the BIOLOCK(TM) 333 model, 222 model and DB9 model. All models conform to the highest security standards, with the ability to register and monitor all users.

To learn more about BIOLOCK's(TM) new line of biometric door locks for homes and offices or to see all BIOLOCK(TM) products, visit www.biolockusa.com.

Media contact:
Frank Boubli
frank @ biolockusa.com
1-866-572-LOCK

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