ASSA ABLOY

No keys – and no stock-room thieves – with a Code Handle® digital PIN lock

  • 25 Nov 2019

All retail outlets have doors where the public should not go, yet managing keys creates a distracting staff workload – ASSA ABLOY have a solution.

A bulky mechanical PIN lock can ruin the aesthetic appeal of a shop. In a small retail space, electronic access control could be overkill. Now, the ASSA ABLOY Code Handle battery-operated digital lock secures doors with a slim-line handle.

Code Handle ensures you can install an attractive, secure product, that helps keep thieves out. It is a locking handle with a built-in PIN keypad, that adds reliable electronic security to almost any interior door, with no unsightly push-button unit.

To lock a door facing a public space, Code Handle does it subtly, simply and with no hassle. 

Code Handle is easy for shop staff to operate; you set your own Master Code and issue up to 9 different user PINs (4–6 digits).

Employees and authorised visitors, such as cleaners, press their code on the handle’s keypad and the door unlocks.

Close the door and the Code Handle locks automatically – when an employee moves on, you can cancel their PIN in seconds, without removing the handle, and issue a different one.

If you have an access control or alarm system protecting the main entrance, a Code Handle works neatly alongside it without complicated connections or additional cabling. 

Looks good and lasts

ASSA ABLOY’s advanced industrial design has created a Code Handle that is slim, sleek and attractive. It looks just like any stylish door handle, meaning it does not stand out when customers walk by.

Installation is easy, with no wiring or specialist tools. Two screws attach your Code Handle to almost any interior door up to 80mm thick, in left- or right-hand versions. There isn’t even need to change the existing door cylinder.

Two standard CR2 batteries slot inside and typically last for 30,000 lock/unlock cycles before replacement. An LED indicator tells you when.

Code Handle is tested for at least 100,000 operations throughout its life, as well as fire certified (EN 1363). Once installed, it allows free and easy exit from the inside.

Automated locking means you do not even have to lock up behind you. To keep a door unlocked, after entering the PIN, temporarily hold Code Handle down for five seconds.

You can disable the auto-locking feature, if you wish. Like every Code Handle function, it is user-friendly and secure.

Whether you own, manage or offer security services to a shop, outlet store, petrol station or car dealership, Code Handle is a convenient, low-cost security solution.

It locks stock rooms, staff toilets and offices facing onto any space where the public is free to roam.

To learn how easily retail premises can benefit from ASSA ABLOY Code Handle, click here

Contact ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions EMEA Digital and Access Solutions

Dukes Court/Dukes Street
Woking
GU21 5BH
United Kingdom

Web: campaigns.assaabloyopeningsolutions.eu/wacreport2018
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 0049 30 8106 2970

 

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