|Package Dimensions||11.71 x 8.2 x 5.41 cm; 240 Grams|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MUL001|
|Item Weight||240 g|
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WOOCH Electronic Cabinet Lock, Hidden DIY RFID Lock with USB Cable for Wooden Cabinet Drawer Locker Cupboard
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- This Electronic Cabinet Lock Kit is used for cabinet, drawer, locker, storage box and etc. for household or business: supermarket, sauna club, GYM, swimming stadiums, library, factory and office.
- Multiple Unlock Modes: (1) User card to unlock; (2) User card + Management card to unlock
- It can provide good safety protection of your personal items while protecting your privacy. It also can improve children's safety at home, avoid your children or kids free to open the drawers or cabinet doors.
- The tag can transmit through 1.2" and card can work for 1.5" thick wood.Our cabinet lock is suitable for thicker wood cabinet than others.
- USB cable included in the package. You can choose to install the 4xAAA batteries or use the USB cable to supply power.
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This thing is fun, no it's not super high security, Yes it makes you feel like a CIA spy. It’s not going to stop anyone with tools, or even an adult with some forearm strength. It will do its job and that be a really nerdy way to child lock/tamper evident a cabinet, drawer, box, etc. It’s not flimsy to the point of just pulling apart. If someone wanted to pry or tug on it to the point of pulling the screws out, yes it’ll open but you’ll know.
It’s also not hard to program simply insert a paper clip (straighten a bit) through the hole in the back after installing the batteries or providing USB power. Wait for the beep, swipe your first card/tag to be the management card and then swipe as many other cards as you want. Then simply wait 10 seconds for it to re-lock and you are done. Mine is working through nearly 3/4in of pine/fir.
It has a safety feature where it will put itself in to a permanent unlocked state when the battery voltage gets to 4.2 volts. Which I tested thanks to the batteries at work being junk no-name brand with one dead right out the box. Be sure to pick up some Energizer Lithium’s and a portable phone power bank to give this thing backup USB power if needed.
I have mine installed on the door to my networking cabinet so I was able to run it permanent USB power from my battery backup as well as the batteries in it just in case.
One con I found was that it doesn’t work with all RFID cards. I have half a dozen due to my job and other projects and it didn’t want to detect any of them, even other “no name” cards. So if you need more than 4 access cards/fobs you might want to find one advertising more or be prepared for some experimentation purchases.
Reviewed in the United States on 2 February 2020