Visible to the public Security Door Lock Using Multi-Sensor System Based on RFID, Fingerprint, and Keypad

TitleSecurity Door Lock Using Multi-Sensor System Based on RFID, Fingerprint, and Keypad
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2022
AuthorsSimatupang, Joni Welman, Tambunan, Ramses Wanto
Conference Name2022 International Conference on Green Energy, Computing and Sustainable Technology (GECOST)
KeywordsDoor lock, fingerprint, Fingerprint recognition, human factors, Keypad, passwords, Prototypes, pubcrawl, resilience, Resiliency, RFID, RFIDs, security, sensor, Sensor systems, Sensors, Thumb
AbstractThefts problem in household needs to be anticipated with home security system. One of simple methods is using automatic solenoid door lock system, so that it is difficult to be duplicated and will reduce the chance of theft action when the house is empty. Therefore, a home security system prototype that can be accessed by utilizing biometric fingerprint, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), and keypad sensors was designed and tested. Arduino Uno works to turn on the door lock solenoid, so door access will be given when authentication is successful. Experimental results show that fingerprint sensor works well by being able to read fingerprints perfectly and the average time required to scan a fingerprint was 3.7 seconds. Meanwhile, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) sensor detects Electronic-Kartu Tanda Penduduk (E-KTP) and the average time required for Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) to scan the card is about 2.4 seconds. Keypad functions to store password to unlock the door which produces the average time of 3.7 seconds after 10 trials. Average time to open with multi-sensor is 9.8 seconds. However, its drawback is no notification or SMS which directly be accessed by a cellphone or website with Wi-Fi or Telegram applications allow homeowners to monitor their doors from afar as to minimize the number of house thefts.
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