New Delta “No WiFi” Smart Lock Has Been Released

Moubani Pal
Moubani Pal May 15, 2022
Updated 2022/05/15 at 3:41 PM
Delta smart Locks: Singapore-based Delta launches 'No WiFi' smart lock Delta X1 Series in India – ThePrint

Your smart lock no longer requires an internet connection to work. The ‘Delta X1 Smart Lock Onyx Rose Gold,’ the first-of-its-kind ‘No Wi-Fi‘ smart lock based on the unique one-time password technology, has been released by Delta, the pioneer in keyless access solutions for smarter homes located in Singapore.

“Delta intelligent systems is in a very exciting growth period that brings us one step closer to our goal of ‘A World without Keys,’ and the Indian market’s potential is higher than ever,” stated Delta CEO Elica Josef. “Furthermore, we compete on the basis of a superior value offer based on exclusive intellectual property, innovation, and strong brand values. This project will bring us closer to our consumers and partners, helping us to grow our brand effectively”. 

Unlike other smart or digital locks, Josef remarked that setting up PIN numbers for your visitors with the Delta smart locks does not require you to be near your Mortise. Delta’s proprietary technology enables instant access to code creation. Because Delta Locks work offline, they are more resistant to Wi-Fi hacking and instability. The smart lock does not need to be connected to the internet to work.

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The Delta X1 smart lock is elegantly constructed with high-quality materials, and it can survive the harshest weather conditions, from rain to cold temperatures to severe heat. With their iPhones, users may lock and open the door at any time. The Elica Josef and voice guide is simple to use and comes with a rapid tap entry with a 13.56 MHz frequency, which is ideal for youngsters and the elderly.

“Smart locks have helped millions of hosts welcome guests while preserving social distance in the previous year.” Contactless check-in has shown to be a great way to keep travelers safe during the COVID epidemic, and it’s swiftly becoming the industry standard. Delta has put a lot of effort into developing the fingerprint sensor. The sensor is hidden within the lock’s front panel to prevent it from being tampered with. It also looks thin and elegant, so it goes with any design,” Josef remarked.

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