inTouch by Yale Commercial Locks and Hardware

March 1, 2010

Yale Commercial Locks and Hardware’s inTouch™ combines a capacitive touchscreen display with a cylindrical lockset to redesign the concept of standalone locking devices.

The most striking contrast between inTouch and other standalone keypad devices are the buttons – there aren’t any. Instead, inTouch features a digital display that awakens when touched. Programming and day-to-day use of the lock is simplified with an interactive, voice-guided system.

inTouch is ideal for healthcare facilities, offices, retail establishments, government facilities, or any application that requires standalone access control. Powered by 4 AA batteries, inTouch remains in sleep mode until it’s awakened by a human touch on the screen, thus conserving energy.

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