GunVault Introduces The SpeedVault

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posted on February 13, 2012
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The SpeedVault is a drop-down safe that can be mounted under a desk or in various locations for a variety of concealment with a holster-like protective foam lined interior. It offers a combination of theft protection and fast, reliable access.

The SpeedVault is constructed of tamper-proof, 18-gauge steel and available in digital lock or biometric finger print scanner. An activation button triggers a spring-loaded door that not only has a high-strength lock mechanism, but also performs reliably, time after time. Foolproof security is ensured with an audio and LED low battery indicator to help guard against direct tampering and unexpected power loss. Mounting hardware is included.

The SpeedVault Bio uses biometrics, specifically fingerprint recognition, to access the safe contents faster and more securely than ever before. A high-performance algorithm is used to achieve speedy identification of enrolled fingerprints and at the same time has a very low False Reject Rate (FRR). The self-learning algorithm adds new minutiae to the fingerprint templates each time a user touches the fingerprint sensor, which decreases the likelihood of FRR; updates slight changes that might occur over time to an enrolled fingerprint, as well as help diminish variations between the enrolled fingerprints. The system can handle up to 120 fingerprint templates.

GunVault SpeedVault Specifications:

Model: SV 500, SVB 500Width: 3.5 inchesHeight: 6.5 inchesLength: 13 inchesWeight: 6.61 poundsPower: One 9V Alkaline Battery (not included)Access: Biometric fingerprint scanner or digital key pad with key lock overrideMSRP: SV 500 - $199.99, SVB 500 - $319.99

For additional information about GunVault and its complete line of premium security products, visit www.gunvault.com.

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