With the development and update of technology in recent years, smart security equipment has gradually entered the mass family. Combined with convenience, security and humanized design, the smart door lock has gradually become a new favorite for the public to enhance their home security. That’s why Philips DDL702-8HW also absorbs more public attention.
5+1, 0.0001%, 30min, 10%, 32, 270... These numbers make this facial recognition smart door lock leave a deeper impression on the public. Then, what roles do they each play?
Multiple unlocking methods
So far, from the development of traditional locks to smart door locks, we could found that the key is no longer the only way to unlock. Philips DDL702 facial recognition smart door lock adopts five unlocking methods including face, fingerprint, PIN code, mechanical key and temporary PIN code, which could meet the demands of the whole family.
In addition, this kind of smart door lock also employs a dual verification unlocking method. Under this mode, you can combine any 2 combinations of face, fingerprint, and PIN code to verify and unlock the door. Dual verification mode, leaves you double reassurance.
Accurate identification, sensitive reaction
Philips DDL702 facial recognition smart door lock adopts SenseTime binocular recognition technology. Its dual-camera design can simulate human eye imaging and obtain facial information in all directions. It also can avoid information loss caused by 2D plane imaging, which effectively identifies images, photos and makeup.
According to SenseTime face recognition laboratory data, its false acceptance rate is less than 0.0001% with a higher safety level.
The reason why smart devices are called "smart" is that they have the "ability" of perception as a premise. And the "perception ability" of smart devices mainly comes from its sensor.
Philips DDL702 facial recognition smart door lock adopts a Japanese TDK ultrasonic sensor. When an object gradually approaches and stays outside the door, the ultrasonic sensor module would quickly respond according to the feedback information and data. Thus, if someone approaches the smart door lock, its facial recognition module would be waken and make a reaction.
In addition, the energy consumption of the ultrasonic sensor module is only 10% of that of the traditional infrared sensor module. It can be found that the Japanese TDK ultrasonic sensor technology not only enables the Philips EasyKey DDL702 to have intelligent induction capabilities, but also ensures its long-lasting battery life, which is both efficient and energy-saving.
Temporary PIN code, prepare for exception situation
What if your relatives or friends came to sudden visit when you are not at home? Don’t worry. Philips DDL702 facial recognition smart door lock supports Wi-Fi networking, which means you can check the door lock record and PIN code anytime and share temporary PIN code remotely. The door would be unlocked when the visitor enters a temporary PIN code within 30 minutes valid time. It effectively avoids the embarrassing situation that the door lock password needs to be changed frequently because too many people know.
Hidden PIN code, efficient to anti-prying
PIN code is so ubiquitous in our daily life that we worry it might be leaked. But, if we change it frequently, we worry we are not able to remember them. So, the hidden PIN code technology can greatly make up for these drawbacks.
Philips DDL702 facial recognition smart door lock adopts a 32-digits hidden PIN code. The door could be successfully unlocked as long as we consecutively enter the real PIN code even we enter any combination numbers. This can effectively get rid of the embarrassing situation when you do not want to leak your PIN code, which enhances its safety level.
C-grade lock cylinder, find more safety on anti-theft
Both traditional locks and smart door locks must have one thing in common, that is, emergency keyhole design should be reserved in accordance with the national standard.
However, the difference is that the Philips EasyKey is equipped with a C-grade lock cylinder with the highest anti-theft level on the market. It adopts several anti-theft technologies and a unique design of the marble and blade structure. The anti-technology opening time exceeds 270 minutes with hiding the keyhole under the bottom, which facilitates our home anti-theft level.
For the above special numbers of Philips DDL702 facial recognition smart door lock, how many have you mastered and applied in your life? Philips EasyKey is dedicated to focusing on users’ demand and concentrates on innovation and R&D. Through being committed to integrating details into every design on the door lock, Philips EasyKey brings you a distinct experience of smart life.