The new electromechanical options include electric latch retraction; electric dogging; alarm; and touchbar, trim, and latchbolt monitoring Yale Commercial, an ASSA ABLOY Group company, has expanded its 6000 Series exit devices with a full range of electromechanical options. The ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 certified Yale® 6000 Series exit device is offered in rim, mortise, SquareBolt®, surface and concealed vertical rod configurations, and now features an array of electromechanical options. These options include electric latch retraction; electric dogging; alarm; and touchbar, trim, and latchbolt monitoring. These features allow the 6000 Series exit device to easily integrate into existing alarm or access control systems, providing upgraded security for office buildings, retail spaces, and mixed-use environments. Comprehensive Security “With the addition of these options for the 6000 Series, customers can choose from a variety of mechanical and electromechanical functions to suit the specific needs of openings in a facility, and quickly and easily provide more comprehensive security at those access points,” said Tom Harris, General Manager, Yale Commercial. Yale electrified exit devices and trims are equipped with ElectroLynx® connectors. Standard on the 6000 Series, these “plug & play” connectors link power from the incoming source to electrified locking products from ASSA ABLOY Group brands, including hinges, locks, exit devices, magnetic holders, and strikes.
The nexTouch is a simple access control solution that provides stand-alone security to a variety of commercial facilities At ISC West 2016, Yale Locks & Hardware will be showcasing the new Yale nexTouch™ Keypad Access Lock. Easily Upgraded With Plug-in Technology Keys The ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 certified nexTouch is a simple access control solution that provides stand-alone security to a variety of commercial facilities. In addition to its flexibility as a stand-alone lock, nexTouch offers a modular solution that can be easily upgraded with plug-in technology keys to meet a wide range of applications. Due to its modular design, users can readily upgrade nexTouch to a more advanced and scalable solution as their security requirements grow and change. Optional technologies include the Accentra™ Multi-Family Solution that uses Data-on-Card technology, or ZigBee and Z-Wave capability for small businesses that want to integrate nexTouch into an alarm or automation platform. Offers Tactile Experience nexTouch is available with either a capacitive touchscreen or pushbutton keypad, offering a more tactile experience as well as ADA compliance. Other features of stand-alone nexTouch include privacy mode, enabling the exterior keypad to be temporarily disabled by the user from the inside; 9V battery power backup, which allows the lock to be recharged with just the touch of a battery; and support of up to 500 user codes, easily managed with effortless voice-guided programming. “nexTouch provides property owners and managers with a cost-efficient way to add access control to their buildings. nexTouch provides these environments with a versatile solution that is able to provide different levels of security based on a site’s specific needs,” stated Tom Harris, General Manager, Yale Commercial. Yale will be demonstrating the nexTouch Keypad Access Lock at ISC West 2016 in the ASSA ABLOY booth, #8061.
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