If a door gets a high volume of traffic each day, touchless solutions that include automatic operators might be the option for you. Allegion offers door hardware that decreases the number of surfaces pedestrians touch, which can help the spread of germs.
If you have an electrified opening with a push-button actuator, you can swap it out for a touchless actuator or reader. Touchless actuators can be operated with the wave of a hand.
You can pair contactless readers with automatic door operators and touchless actuators to control access.
The most common way to electrify swinging doors for touchless access control is with electromechanical automatic door operators. These operators open the door upon signal from a touchless actuator, hold it open and then release it without a pedestrian touching the door or hardware.
Automatic sliding door systems, where a quick wave signals the automatic sliding door system to quietly open and close with minimal effort—and without touch.
Automatic entrance doors provide touchless operation to heavy traffic entrances, as well as help meet ADA compliance.
Automatic sliding doors provide touchless, space saving solutions for many types of openings.
When installed in place of push buttons, touchless actuators eliminate the need to make contact with a door. Wave a hand in front of the wall plate, and the technology senses the motion and opens the door.
A key component in touchless openings, automatic operators open doors electronically upon signal from an actuator, hold it open, then release it.
Readers can be used as part of an access control system to actuate an automatic operator for authorized individuals. Present a valid credential and gain entry without making contact with the reader or door.
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