Classification of locker locks

- Jun 04, 2019-

Lockers can be classified into three categories according to their materials: steel lockers, wooden lockers and plastic lockers. The lockers used in different places are different, and the locks used in different lockers are different. Today we mainly introduce what kinds of locks are available in the lockers and how do these locks work?


Key locks

It is the most common, most convenient and most familiar one for consumers. A lock usually has two keys, one for use and one spare key. However, because key locks are low-security, so it is currently on the edge of being eliminated.


Card lock

Similar to the design of the hotel door, the lockers can be opened by the magnetic card.

Because of the magnetic card identification, it is easy to have no magnetism for a long time, so periodic magnetic inspection is needed. Cards are easy to copy, so their security is also a problem.


Fingerprint locker lock

The popularity of electronic products and the popularity of touch-screen technology have led to the unlocking of fingerprints. Compared with the mechanical button, it only requires finger operation, which realizes intelligent and convenient, and the overall design is more beautiful, more in line with the modern life. This way of unlocking is very safe and only you can open it. However, the cost of these lock is higher than common mechanical locks. Generally, some upscale places will use it.

Combination lock

It is a lock that controls the mechanical closing operation by entering a password. There are many varieties, and their security performance is also greatly improved than the key lock. Just remember to enter the password. But it is also a test for the elderly.


Face intelligence lock

Face lock is a product that applies face recognition technology in the field of smart electric locks. Only in other fields, small batches are used. At present, face recognition creates a new application market, setting off a new industrial storm. We believe that face locks will seize the market in the next few years.