At Gage Safe Products, we are committed to providing you with RFID Lock Systems of the highest quality design and manufacturing. So, whether you're looking for anti-theft solutions or increased home security, you've come to the right place.
We offer a variety of RFID Lock styles, including:
Our RFID lock systems are available in various combinations of Bluetooth, fingerprint, keypad, and remote card reader access styles to suit your needs.
Safely secure valuables, cash, documents, guns, and more with our most popular RFID lock with Bluetooth access. Unlock any cabinet or drawer with a click of a button. Or, for an even more secure solution, try our hidden RFID cabinet lock. Pass your card over the invisible lock area, and the door pops open for you. Our RFID cabinet lock systems automatically re-lock when the door is closed.
Our RFID lock systems can also accommodate more complex needs, such as one access card reader for multiple RFID cabinet locks. Our customer service team is standing by to assist you in selecting the best RFID lock system for your needs. Each confirmed lock purchase includes installation and configuration instructions.
You may have specific needs or just a general need for added safety around the house of the office.
RFID locks for cabinets are the easiest way to secure whatever you have. You may have heard them called Electronic RFID cabinet locks so don’t think they are two different types of locks.
In the home environment you may have prescription drugs that you need to secure from the kids or your kid’s friends. At the office you might have cash or papers that you want to be locked up. I have a customer that built a wood box to hold the mass media remotes, so they did not keep walking off. It doesn’t matter what you want to lock up our locks will secure them.
Drawers are another option to be secured and that is certainly an option when using one of our GSP-S80 series locks.
Remember one thing, if you have a tactical shelf or table and are having problems with the lock our RFID cabinet locks are generally a direct replacement. Or if you are building one yourself then we can provide you with a multitude of options.
When deciding on what type of RFID cabinet lock to use keep in mind all locks in this category need the RFID card to be with in about ¾ of an inch away from the lock mechanism. What does that mean, you have to slide the RFID card over the shelf, drawer or cabinet front. You cannot open it from feet or rooms away.
The best option if you want or need the ability to open your cabinet is to use a Bluetooth cabinet lock.
From across the room or even from another room completely is to use a lock that has Bluetooth capability. Not all locks have this capability, however many of our KR-S80 series RFID cabinet locks do. These locks now allow you to use an RFID card or the Bluetooth app on your phone. The Bluetooth app is a closed system and will not talk to Alexa or any other home automated system so it cannot be hacked.