Sunnect's New Digital Door Lock Chosen for the Smart Home Exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago

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The 8-month long exhibit, designed by WIRED Magazine and Michelle Kaufmann Designs, will showcase the Sunnect AP501 Advanced Protection digital door lock in its Resource Center.

Sunnect AP501 Digital Door Lock

designed to provide the highest level of security for your home.

Sunnect, Inc. (http://www.SunnectLock.com) today announced that its new AP501 Advanced Protection digital door lock is showcased in the Smart Home: Green + Wired Exhibit Resource Center at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago (http://www.msichicago.org). The Smart Home features green construction and furnishings as well as the latest home technologies.

WIRED Magazine (http://www.wired.com), who evaluated the AP501 for the exhibit, described the AP501 digital door lock as "designed to provide the highest level of security for your home."

"In my 30 years in the locksmith business, I have seen quite a few residential door locks and the Sunnect AP501 is by far the very best," said Ken Berkley, who manages 20 service centers at Baldino's Lock and Key. "I installed the very first AP501 we got at my own home and my family absolutely loves it! It's so well-made we can't find a fault in this lock."

Convenient Features

The Sunnect AP501 takes full advantage of the latest digital door lock technology:

  •     Digital Keys - Protects against lock-picking and keyhole-vandalism since the keys are digital and cannot be copied, and there is no keyhole to pick;
  •     Keyless Entry using a Passcode - Prevents getting locked out of your own home and you don't even have to carry a key;
  •     Auto Lock - Locks the door automatically when it is closed;
  •     Key Deletion - Disables lost or stolen keys; and
  •     Intruder Alarm - Discourages potential intruders.

"Anyone who comes in contact with the AP501 will immediately appreciate its beautiful style and rock-solid construction. You get a sense of security and durability," said Alex Huynh, principal at Cydus LLC who coordinated the AP501 display at the Smart Home exhibit. "Sunnect's attention to detail is meticulous. For instance, you can enter extraneous random digits before entering your real passcode if someone might be watching you."

Physical Toughness

Extraordinary toughness sets the AP501 apart from the others. The AP501 was tested at -35° F and the lock contains a bypass circuitry to withstand high-voltage attacks, up to 30,000 volts. Its motor and deadbolt latch were cycle-tested to 200,000 cycles. (If you open the door 10 times a day, it would take more than 50 years to reach 200,000 cycles.)

Additionally, the AP501 has specific features to defend against physical attacks such as kicking, prying, hammering, and even sawing. For example, the throwbolt has a carbon rod embedded in its core to withstand sawing attempts. Another example is the 2.5-mm thick metal mounting plate and the mounting bracket that keep intruders from gaining access even if they somehow manage to physically break the exterior lock off the door.

Calling the AP501 "tank tough," Dennis O'Donnell, vice president of AP501.com, a Sunnect-authorized distributor who has been marketing digital door locks since 2004, said "the AP501 is the best digital door lock available today. Our partners, customers, and reviewers have all given a big thumbs-up for the AP501. The tank-tough construction is simply unforgettable."

Product Demonstration

For more information or for a product sample, contact Michael Kwon at 703-501-6409 or at mkwon@SunnectLock.com.

More Information
About the Smart Home: Green + Wired Exhibit, including the Exhibit Resource Guide, visit http://www.msichicago.org/whats-here/exhibits/smart-home and http://www.msichicago.org.

About WIRED Magazine, visit http://www.wired.com/promo/wiredhome and http://www.wired.com.

About Michelle Kaufmann Designs, visit http://www.mkd-arc.com and blog.michellekaufmann.com.

About Baldino's Lock and Key, visit http://www.baldinos.com.

About AP501.com, visit ap501.com.

About Cydus LLC, visit cydus-solutions.com.

About Sunnect, Inc.
Sunnect, Inc., a U.S. corporation founded in 2006 and headquartered in Springfield, Virginia, manufactures the AP501 Advanced Protection digital door lock at its engineering and manufacturing facilities located in South Korea, widely considered the leader in digital door lock technology, where 45% of existing homes and nearly 100% of new homes use digital door locks.

Sunnect AP501 was designed with the 5 objectives of real security (the lock had to be one tough security device, first and foremost), total convenience of digital technology, exceptional style, easy installation, and unmatched warranty that lets you get a replacement lock without returning the old one first.

Sunnect markets the AP501 through a reputable network of distributors. Having launched the AP501 in April, 2008, Sunnect is currently recruiting top-notch distributors throughout the country.

For more information, visit SunnectLock.com.

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