How to Equip your ATM Machine with a Suitable ATM Lock?

How to Equip your ATM Machine with a Suitable ATM Lock?


Obviously, if the ATM machine is not equipped with a good ATM lock, it will be difficult for customers to deposit money. In the United States in the last century, there was a famous ATM lock fraud incident. Scammers pretended to be employees who repaired lock equipment, and asked customers who deposited money to put money into their own sacks on the grounds that the ATM lock was damaged; although It sounds ridiculous, but it really reminds us that it is important to provide a safe and protective environment for ATM locks.

In this article, we will provide a detailed answer to the security locks commonly used in ATM machines, so that you can choose the type of security lock that suits you best. You can also go to the wellhw website to choose the lock products that suit you. Consult our backend staff for lock purchasing. In summary, we will tell you the types of safety locks in a popular science way, now let’s take a look.

Common ATM locks on the Market Mainly Include the Following types:

Electronic lock: Electronic lock is currently the most common and mainstream type of lock for ATMs. It uses electronic technology to realize the opening and closing function, and is equipped with identity verification methods such as password, fingerprint or IC card, providing higher security and convenience.

Mechanical combination lock: Mechanical combination lock is a common traditional lock. It uses a rotating turntable combination lock cylinder, which requires entering the correct combination of numbers to open. Mechanical combination locks are relatively safe because they have no electronic technology and cannot be hacked.

Fingerprint lock: Fingerprint lock authenticates identity by reading the user’s fingerprint information. The lock uses fingerprint recognition technology to confirm the user’s identity and unlocks by matching a pattern in a fingerprint database. Fingerprint locks provide greater security and convenience, but may also be affected by the quality of the fingerprint pattern and environmental factors.

Password locks: Password locks are locks that use a digital password for authentication and unlocking. Users need to enter a preset password to open the lock. Password locks are easy to use, but password confidentiality and password management are the key points that need to be paid attention to when using password locks.

IC card lock: IC card lock is a lock that performs identity verification by reading the user’s IC card information. The user needs to insert the correct IC card into the lock to complete the unlocking. IC card locks have a high degree of security, but require users to carry and manage IC cards.

As a Professional ATM Lock Manufacturer, What We can Provide:

ATM machines commonly use tubular tongue lock plum blossom locks to prevent theft. It is a high-quality and safe lock with a metallic texture. The lock can be equipped with anti-drilling steel balls according to customer needs, which can effectively prevent the lock from being damaged.

In addition, the plum blossom lock series has There is a master key system that allows users to open different types of locks by managing keys, making management easier. This series of locks is equipped with 7 to 10 marbles, and the key teeth are more than 10,000, which is higher than the configuration of similar locks in the industry.

Wellhw conducted research on safety performance and developed a new lock that is more compact and exquisite. Adapt to more environments. Of course you can also visit our product links to make your selection. We also maintain our advantages in lock customization.

The above are the commonly used locks for ATM machines recommended by Wellhw. In addition, we also provide you with a variety of high-performance, high-security furniture and traditional locks. Of course, in addition to ATM machines, Wellhw locks can also be used on daily equipment such as access control, safes, and security doors to lock our daily security lines!

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