Amazon.com.au:Customer reviews: RFID Door Access Control System Kit, AGPtEK Home Security System with 280kg 620LB Electric Magnetic Lock 110-240V AC to 12v DC 3A 36w Power Supply Proximity Door Entry keypad 10 Key Fobs EXIT Button
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From the product description: "Memory capacity:500 user cards or 50 door opening passwords" - This is false. The unit will only do ONE door opening password. I contacted the seller about this with my order details about a month ago. They emailed back a week later asking for the order details I had already sent. I provided these again and now they won't respond at all. We didn't discover this until it was installed, which was a serious ordeal. Now we are stuck giving out keyfobs, and the only reason we bought this unit was to avoid that.
The security is also terrible. It may have a 700LB magnet, but the keypad is all plastic and the unlock command is just shorting two wires together; so basically no security at all unless you build a steel box around it or something...even then I'd put it at about 2 out of 100 as far as security goes...about even with a plastic padlock. Also there don't seem to be capacitors and it opens when power is cut...so figure on buying a UPS for it or else it will unlock when you get one of those 1/2 second blips that don't even turn off your TV.
Great in concept. The wires are barely 2inches long so they must be soddered or connected to real wires some how. Not for the novice. Wire connections to circuit boards seem flimsy. I am scared to move any of them. This system is not for security in any way. If power is lost or cut locks fail. Rfid pad sensor can be removed and lock bypassed with a paper clip. You can use it to keep the kids out of stuff. There is literateral no instructions other than a wiring diagram. I am disappointed.
Man I wanted this to work and it had decent reviews. Most reviews talked about how easy it was to install ha, what a joke. I do a bunch of electrical updating in my home, I know my way around things and there was absolutely nothing easy about installing this system. No enclosures Or junction boxes for any of the electronics, which is fine considering the cost, but then none of the items which need to be installed in junction boxes are standard sizes, either too small to screw onto any standard box or so large they won’t fit in any box you can find. I had to rig up two junction boxes just to get the power box to fit (I’m calling it that because the instructions were hard to read I’m not sure what it’s actually called) 3 weekends later and I’m still without a functioning door or magnet because there are little to no troubleshooting instructions.