ASSA ABLOY is making it easy to add PIN security to any interior door with Code Handle, a secure handle with a built-in PIN keypad.
Code Handle makes upgrading internal door security simple, adding reliable electronic security to any sensitive interior door. Its secure PIN code makes life simple and secure, ensuring only authorised people can unlock your door. Press a PIN code on the handle’s keypad and the door opens. Close the door and your Code Handle locks itself automatically behind you.
Code Handle is also simple to install, with a short YouTube installation video available to help the more inexperienced. There’s no wiring, no specialist tools, and no need to drill any new holes. All it takes is two screws to fit your new Code Handle to almost any interior door, from 35mm to 80mm thick. An optional distance ring enables installation on even thinner doors.
With Code Handle, there is no need to cable the door or connect it to the mains. Code Handle adds electronic security without an access control system – you don’t even need to change your door cylinder. Simply, slot in two standard batteries, secure your Code Handle on the existing cylinder, and your security is upgraded.
When installing Code Handle, you can set your own Master Code and can choose up to 9 additional user PINs (4–6 digits). If an employee leaves or changes jobs, it’s simple to amend or remove their PIN without removing your Code Handle from the door.
Code Handle also keeps sensitive files, personal belongings and valuable stock separated and secure from the public — and from the moment you open the box.
Tel: +44 (0)845 071 0882
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