Either a physical keycard or a digital "key" on an NFC-equiiped smartphone can be used with the Recordura lock
In emergency situations where a room simply has to be accessed immediately, a physical key can still be used in the provided receptacle
The Recordura electronic door lock runs purely on electricity generated by users pushing on its handle
Smartphone-enabled electronic door locks such as the Unikey, Lockitron and Goji do have advantages over their traditional counterparts – digital “keys” can be sent to multiple users’ phones, access to locked rooms can be limited to specific dates and/or times for certain users, and keys stored on lost phones can simply be deactivated. However, as with just about any electronic version of a purely-mechanical device, they do introduce one complicating factor: they require a power supply. The Recordura lock, however, generates its own electricity when users push on its handle.
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