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Range of safes use biometric fingerprint recognition

Tychi Systems : 07 December, 2009  (New Product)
Tychi Systems has applied its biometric fingerprint recognition technology to a range of safes enabling up to 100 enrolments for access control
Range of safes use biometric fingerprint recognition
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Tychi Systems, a manufacturer of fingerprint door locks, has expanded its patented biometric technology to a line of safes. The BKK line of safes recognise fingerprints for access, eliminating problems of lost keys and combinations or fraudulent entry. Up to 100 users can be enrolled with their fingerprints by the Administrator, who can selectively delete them as well.

In addition to the security of absolute identification by fingerprint, the BKK safes also retain an audit trail of entries by name, time and date.

BKK Safes range from 1.2 to 4.5 cu feet, approximately 13in to 30in high, respectively. They are made of industrial strength, laser cut steel plate with thick, inset doors secured by six solid steel bolts.

The smaller sizes are designed for personal jewellery, small firearms, vital documents, and precious relics while the larger sizes can hold critical business documents, trade secrets, drugs or high security keys. Almost all hotels, hospitals, research labs and general business offices are target markets according to the company.

Earlier US firms that entered the biometric fields focused on complex, centralized institutional and military systems that are cost prohibitive for the commercial and consumer markets. None offered standalone units for individual doors or personal use.

Tychi Systems, the first US firm to take on the biometric challenge for the personal and small business market introduced the BioKnob in 2004 that featured an award-winning algorithm for fingerprint recognition and a sensor strip that was unique for door locks. Their technology succeeded in recognizing fingerprints ranging from the elderly to children in diverse environments. The BioKnob opened up biometric locks to practical use in the home and small offices. The BioKnob locks also received acclaim for elegant designs suitable in homes as well as for businesses. The BKK safes represent a new departure from door locks for the company.

Tychi Systems is currently seeking resellers capable and interested in distributing small and medium size biometric safes to homes, businesses and institutions.
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