Lockset Has No Buttons
Yale Locks and Hardware, an ASSA ABLOY Group company, announced that its inTouch stand-alone touchscreen access locks are available to order as certified ANSI/BHMA Grade 1. The ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 certification was sought to meet increased demand in the marketplace for a higher-security lock in a variety of vertical industries, such as data centers, hospitals and financial institutions. The inTouch locks have no buttons and combine a touchscreen display with a cylindrical lockset. The digital display awakens when touched. Programming for day-to-day use of the lock and updates of user information is simplified with an interactive, voice-guided system. Yale inTouch is an ideal access control solution for healthcare facilities, offices, retail establishments and government facilities. Access is granted with entry of a 4- to 12-digit user PIN. A request-to-exit (REX) input allows remote access capability. Two operational modes are available: Easy Mode, which accommodates up to nine unique user identities; and Advanced Mode, which accommodates up to 1,000 unique user identities.
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