A new battery-operated solution is expanding Lehmann’s options in the world of „keyless security“. Alongside a keypad option, the company is now fitting its „M410“ electronic locking system with a fingerprint module which, using an intuitive operating concept, is recommended in particular to furniture manufacturers. Installation is quick and efficient using the Lehmann Config app.
In next to no time at all, the „M410 FP pro“ uses a fingerprint to open furniture locks in businesses, organisations or at home. Convenient and economical at the installation stage, the sensor does not immediately program in the first fingerprint as administrator. Any finger can be used during transit or for initial function tests. This avoids incorrect programming. The system is only configured once it is installed in the premises.
The new locking system works either in the „select any locker“ operating mode, which lends itself for a manageable group of users in closed rooms, or in the mode „fixed allocation“ mode. Both operating modes provide the capability of selecting other configurations, such as automatic locking. The „M410 FP pro“ comes with a capacity for saving 200 fingerprints. Optical and acoustic signals confirm opening and secure locking.
Alternatively, both the „M410 FP pro“ and the „M410 TA03 pro“ keypad option can be put into operation quickly and efficiently, and configured via the Lehmann Config app on NFC-capable smartphones or tablets. For the „M410 TA03 pro“, this minimises lock configuration time many times over.
The Lehmann Config app lets you configure all of the main settings and authorisations at the lock. This is where the app uses direct commands and guides the user through every step of the particular application.
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