Electronic Keypad Lock

An Electronic Keypad Lock is a type of door lock that operates digitally, eliminating the need for traditional physical keys. It features a keypad where users input a code to unlock the door, hence offering keyless entry. There are two main types of Electronic Keypad Locks: individual locks and those integrated into larger security systems.

Individual locks function as standalone units, housing all necessary hardware and controls within a single device. In contrast, locks integrated into larger systems draw power from the facility's electrical supply.

Regardless of their type, Electronic Keypad Locks operate by requiring a small electrical current to release the lock bolt once the correct code is entered into the keypad. This mechanism provides secure and convenient access control to various entry points.


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