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Fingerprint Locks

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We have several doors that we would like to put fingerprint locks on and connect them to a central database. Does anyone know of any good companies that can do this?
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I think you want something like this:

http://www.biometric-fingerprint.com/fingerprint-authentication-server.html

Also, have you considered RFID cards?
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I like the fingerprintdoorlock.com and the http://www.biometric-fingerprint.com/fingerprint-authentication-server.html. Do you know if any companies install these devices or if one is better than the others?
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fingerprintdoorlocks.com says thay have more than 1 million users and they have free UPS shipping and better support. I suggest fingerprintdoorlocks.com's products
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by:msidnam
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Its a toss up for me between the  http://www.biometric-fingerprint.com/fingerprint-authentication-server.html and fingerprintdoorlocks.com. Thank you both for the info.
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