Electronic Smart Lock

Your repository for electronic smart lock design resources


Electronic locks in building security systems operate motors, solenoids, or magnetics to actuate a physical locking mechanism found on doors. The locks can be activated using keys, buttons, RFID, biometrics or other types of door keypads and readers. In wireless locks, where the electronics and power are located on the lock device, long battery life is a key concern. Robust smart lock designs are important for harsh environments due to their ruggedized, environmentally sealed construction. TI Designs demonstrate different methods to address these design challenges:

  • TI Designs demonstrate robust keypad designs that replace traditional mechanical buttons with Touch on metal and other inductive sensing solutions
  • TI Designs demonstrate ways to achieve extremely long battery life in a wireless system
  • TI Designs show efficient implementation of multiple wireless standards using TI SimpleLink™ solutions

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PDF 3.55 MB 25 Aug 2016 15136

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PDF 1 MB 09 Nov 2016 1710

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