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Yale inTouch Stand-Alone Touchscreen Access Locks

Now available as certified grade 1 meeting demand for high-security locks in myriad industries.

Yale Locks and Hardware (www.yalelocks.com), an ASSA ABLOY Group company and a leader in door hardware for residential and commercial applications, announces that its inTouch stand-alone touchscreen access locks are now 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, according to Gary Agans, brand and product manager for Yale Locks & Hardware.

By combining a touchscreen display with a cylindrical lockset, inTouch locks have no buttons.  Instead, inTouch robust Grade 1 cylindrical locksets feature a digital display that awakens when touched. Programming for day-to-day use of the lock and fast updates of user information is simplified with an interactive, voice-guided system.  Yale inTouch is designed as an access control solution for healthcare facilities, offices, retail establishments, and government facilities.

Access is granted with entry of a 4-12 digit user pin code.  A request to exit (REX) input allows remote access capability.  Two operational modes are available: Easy Mode that accommodates up to nine unique user identities and Advanced Mode that accommodates up to 1,000 unique user identities.  Additional capabilities include a lockout mode, passage mode and auto relock.

Yale inTouch Grade 1 units are available as QuickShip orders (just five-day lead times for shipping).

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