Many of the dead-bolt locks tested by Consumer Reports don't provide the level of protection you might expect. A few well-placed kicks or a standard cordless drill was all it took to defeat most locks. Those test results are especially unsettling because forcible entries, such as kick-ins, are the most common type of home break-in. And 67 percent of respondents to our national survey count on dead-bolt locks to help keep their homes secure.
At the same time, alarms, especially noisy ones, can provide an extra layer of security. Almost 80 percent of homeowners with alarms rated those systems effective at protecting their homes in a recent, nationally representative survey by the Consumer Reports National Research Center.
Keyless smart door lock in Avent Security has the lock failure indicator. If the users had entered the wrong password or wrong fingerprint, the lock failure indicator will activated immediately. The alarm will warn you to input the correct password and fingerprint again. The users also no need to worry about the battery has run down. Because keyless door lock in Avent Security has the low battery alarm. When the battery is running out of the stuff, the alarm will activated to remain you to change the battery.