Touchscreen Lockset

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The new inTouch lockset from Yale Commercial Locks and Hardware of Le­noir City, Tennessee, offers an interactive digital touchscreen. There are no buttons to push; instead, a capacitive sense touchpad responds to hu­man touch, offering improved durability over mechanical switches and added value over electrical relay pushbutton keypads and sensors. With voice-guided programming, illuminated screen, animated visual effects, distinctive sound schemes, and PIN code and playback confirmation, the lockset is easy to program and use. The battery-powered, stand­a­lone lockset is avail­able in EZ mode to accommodate up to nine unique users and advanced mode for up to 1,000 users. Access is granted via access codes of four to 12 digits. A request to exit input allows remote access capability. Additional features include lockout mode, passage mode, and automatic relock.

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