[Dheera] sent in his electronic door lock. The current version is purely microcontroller based, but I loved this crazy iteration. Seeing something like this evolve is fantastic. I really wanted a keypad door lock when I was old enough to dream of electric sheep.
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Wow, thats pretty cool cause at my work we have these with keypads or using a key but they’re like $150+ bucks. Really cool if u gave it a keypad though too.
wow!! this is a very different approch :)
i hope he still carys a key with him ‘cos in the dorms i’ve been in that keyboard would have gone missing one night while i was out late….
at MIT, that sort of thing is admired, not vandalised. I’m sure it would stay there for quite a long time.
hahah what a nice algorithm! :applause:
well obviously number 2 doesn’t go to MIT.
If want one like that. Just email me firstname.lastname@example.org
I go to UMR and made one of these using an old desktop with an unused parallel port. I picked up a cheap RF relay control board, so I don’t have to worry about theft, heh.
I have to give this guy props, he did a hell of alot more dirty work for this. Also, in case the keyboard did get thefted, what about a web interface?
need two door locks & a gate pass they will read t-chek cards
Also, can you tell me how to crack/hack PIN keypad locks(keyless locks) along with schematics of these keypad locks and how they can be rigged or picked.
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