AMADAS' model AD-SBTR smart lock runs on batteries or its solar panel that can be charged by a mobile phone's flashlight.
Launched / upgraded: July 2017
MOQ: 1,000 units
Lead time: 90 days
FOB price: $300
Year established: 2014
Export markets: Asia (50%), US (30%), Europe (20%)
Export products: Smart locks (50%), hotel locks (35%), jewelry locks (15%)
Total staff: 13
South Korea-based AMADAS Co. Ltd will launch in July the model AD-SBTR smart lock that runs on two AA batteries but can be powered by pointing up to 20 seconds a smartphone's flashlight on its built-in solar panel. The lever lock, connecting via Bluetooth 4.1 LE, allows a mobile phone to be used as key. It can also be unlocked by its touch buttons. Status can be checked on an app. Supporting DIY installation, the model can be used on doors of any thickness and material. The design prevents moisture.
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