iButton Electronic Lock
Created: Jun 30, 2014
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The circuit is a type electronic lock designed to work stand-alone. It uses iButton device that makes it a unique and durable type of access control. Unlike RF cards and other type of access control technology, the iButton is more versatile due to its size and concept of storing information. The iButton device can consider many complementary technologies, and the communication rate and product breadth of iButton devices go well beyond the simple memory products typically available with RFID.
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The design is excellent. It is applicable not only to access control system but also to manufacturing, delivery, and maintenance processes. It is suitable for residential, commercial and industrial applications.