Personally I did not try this model but heard that it is not reliable enough for "outdoor" (outdoor meant a locker inside of detached garage) usage.
I had a project where fingerprints were used for the access to personal lockers in the industrial environment. It was not an off-the-shelf lock neither a mentioned padlock but the idea was the same. Despite the fact that fingerprint sensors were from the reliable vendor, within a year, customer has made decision to change all sensors to keypads because of employees' complaints.
Thus I can say that if somebody will lock his bar with it then it should be fine. Otherwise I would think twice.
IPVMU Certified | 05/12/16 01:19pm
I would wager an old fashioned dial combo lock can be opened faster after a few months.
I could zip open my High school lockers in seconds (to get to the Ray-Bans). However, I can run my finger over my stupid laptop fingerprint sensor using a similar sensor type for ages before giving up and just typing in my password.
Do you think there is internal Wiegand going on?