The installation of a Code Handle electronic PIN lock promises to make life easier for those working in busy medical facilities, promising safety and security combined with flexibility.
Code Handle is extremely easy to fit, requiring no wiring or expensive access control. It fits right over an existing locking cylinder – simply swap the door handle for a sleek, low-profile Code Handle, and fix it in place with two screws, to instantly add PIN security to any consultation room, medicine store or equipment cupboard.
Then two standard batteries (CR2) slot inside the handle, typically lasting 30,000 lock/unlock cycles before needing replacement.
Your Code Handle comes with a master code and 9 different user PINs. The PINs allow for full flexibility, as they are easy to set and change whenever an office manager decides. Staff won’t need any specialist or outside help to manage Code Handle doors.
The Code Handle integrated PIN keypad is equally easy for users. Anyone authorised enters their 4-digit code on the handle to unlock the door. Doctors, nurses and other professionals, as well as admin staff, practice managers, security guards and cleaning teams, come and go with their own PINs. Plus, for added security and peace of mind, a Code Handle locks itself when the door closes!
In any healthcare facility, not all staff should have access to every room. You don’t want just anyone walking in on your consultation. Doctors and patients expect privacy. With Code Handle rooms remain confidential.
Where do you keep controlled drugs or hazardous waste bins? Fit a Code Handle so you no longer need to track a physical key or get the lock changed when it goes missing. And many treatment and examination rooms house expensive or dangerous equipment, including X-ray machines, dental tools and specialist physiotherapy kit. With Code Handle, all this gets the extra level of security it deserves — without the expense of fitting access control.
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