Over the years, we have customers who wanted to fit digital locks on room doors.
Residential premises: - a study room where important documents are usually kept - a bedroom where privacy is needed - a storeroom or a walk-in wardrobe where valuables may be kept (or even a wine cellar)
When the premise is tenanted, or you have a helper or maid, or when friends/relatives frequently stay over, a digital lock is a very effective way to keep things out of view (and access) up front - than to suspect when things are lost or privacy intruded.
Or if you are a tenant, you want to install a digital lock that can be reversed when you vacate.
Small businesses or company departmental use: - rooms that has to be locked at all the time as they are reserved for special usage and authorised people, houses important equipment or documents for a project, or just for the few VIPs
Customer examples include: storeroom in F&B industries, reserved-used toilets , reservation only meeting rooms and nursing rooms.
Requirements for these locks may fall under the following:
simple to use and administer by home owner or the secretary
fingerprint for more secured applications (where pin code and card access may be inadvertently compromised)
dust and water resistant (eg. toilets)
easily reversible (if you rent the premise, the lock can be removed, and the previous mechanical lock re-instated, and leaves no hole on the door)
Our thoughts on Singapore digital door locks: Aqara, Lockin, Gateman, Samsung, Solity.