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All retail outlets have doors off their shop floor where the public should not go. Yet managing keys creates a distracting staff workload. A bulky mechanical PIN lock ruins the aesthetics of the shop. In a small retail space, electronic access control could be overkill. Now, the Code Handle battery-operated digital lock secures the door with a slim-line handle. Code Handle digital lock Shop owners can ensure thieves won’t be tempted to enter a room where valuable stock is held with only a simple door lock on the handle. Yet with Code Handle, shop owners can install an attractive, secure product that helps keep thieves out. Code Handle is a locking handle with a built-in PIN keypad that adds reliable electronic security to any interior door Code Handle is a locking handle with a built-in PIN keypad. It 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. Automatic locking solution Code Handle is easy for shop staff to operate, they can set a private 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, shop owners can cancel their PIN in seconds without removing the handle and issue a different one. If there is an access control or alarm system protecting the main entrance, a Code Handle works neatly alongside it without complicated connections or additional cabling. Door handles 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: so doesn’t stand out when customer walk by. ASSA ABLOY’s advanced industrial design has created a Code Handle that is slim, sleek and attractive Installation is easy, with no wiring or specialist tools. Two screws attach Code Handle to almost any interior door up to 80mm thick, in left- or right-hand versions. Owners don’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. Fire and safety certified 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 users don’t even lock up behind. To keep a door unlocked, after entering the PIN, temporarily hold Code Handle down for 5 seconds. Owners can disable the auto-locking feature, if they choose. Like every Code handle function, it’s user-friendly and secure. Whether one owns, manages or offers 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.
In any busy medical facility — surgeries, dental practices or physiotherapy suites — it’s all too easy to accidentally leave a door unlocked. With expensive equipment or controlled drugs on the other side, any opening invites an opportunist. But if a customer installs a Code Handle electronic PIN lock, they need never worry again. The secure, easy-to-fit Code Handle fits right over an existing locking cylinder. The user can 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. With Code Handle, there is no wiring and no expensive access control to fit. Two standard batteries (CR2) slot inside the handle, typically lasting 30,000 lock/unlock cycles before replacement. The Code Handle comes with a master code and 9 different user PINs — it’s that simple to free staff from the inconvenience of carrying or keeping track of mechanical keys. PINs are easy to set and change whenever an office manager decides. Staff won’t need any specialist or outside help to manage your Code Handle doors. Extra level of security Fit a Code Handle so you no longer need to track a physical key or get the lock changed 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. For added security and peace of mind, a Code Handle locks itself when the door closes. Now a user can be sure nobody has seen the confidential patient file on their desk or entered the drug cupboard without permission. Code Handle rooms In any healthcare facility, not all staff should have access to every room. People don’t want just anyone walking in on their consultation. Doctors and patients expect privacy. With Code Handle rooms remain confidential. Where would the controlled drugs or hazardous waste bins be kept? Fit a Code Handle so as to 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.
In all medical settings, people are coming and going all day. Therapists leave their personal belongings in changing rooms, patients want privacy in consulting rooms, open or unlocked doors can be an invitation to opportunists. Yet keeping track of mechanical keys can be a tiresome task for a small practice. There is a solution: the Code Handle PIN lock from ASSA ABLOY. In Irun, in Spain’s Basque country, Fylab sought easy electronic door security for their consulting rooms. These rooms house expensive specialist equipment for the various therapeutic disciplines offered by Fylab. Requirements were straightforward: a simple, secure, keyless access solution designed to work in a facility that gets a lot of daily traffic from professionals and the public. They needed a locking device that is easy to retrofit and incorporates a contemporary device design to match with Fylab’s modern medical workplace. Adding electronic security to room doors The Code Handle PIN-locking door handle added electronic security to three consulting-room doors at FylabThe Code Handle PIN-locking door handle added electronic security to three consulting-room doors at Fylab – without wires or cables. Two screws fit a Code Handle to almost any interior door (between 35mm to 80mm thick). One doesn’t even need to change their existing door cylinder. “I am no artist or handyman, but I managed to fit the handles within 10 minutes,” says Fylab founder, Borja Saldias Retegui. Code Handle adds electronic security to almost any interior door without disrupting its aesthetics. If one needs to secure a door facing a public space, Code Handle does it subtly and with zero hassle. At Fylab, Code Handle devices locks both wooden and glass doors, keeping equipment and therapists’ personal belongings safe. Allows up to 9 different PIN numbers “We like the solution a lot because we can do away with keys,” adds Borja. Code Handle removes the need to track cumbersome keys or install expensive access control. Because every Code Handle allows up to 9 different PIN numbers (4 to 6 digits), all authorised staff at Fylab can have their own security code. Two standard batteries (CR2) slot inside the handle, typically lasting 30,000 lock/unlock cycles before replacement The practice manager cancels or amends PINs at any time using the master PIN. Two standard batteries (CR2) slot inside the handle, typically lasting 30,000 lock/unlock cycles before replacement. It’s simple. “Code Handle is unique in comparison to common code door locks: it has the code function and battery incorporated inside its handle, so you don’t need to make extra modifications to your door,” explains Lars Angelin, Business Development Manager for Code Handle at ASSA ABLOY EMEA. Auto-locking feature of Code Handle Auto-locking is another helpful feature. When the door closes, Code Handle locks it automatically. One doesn’t need to put down whatever they are carrying, and no one can open it from the outside while they are not looking. To keep the door open briefly, one can simply hold Code Handle down for 5 seconds and it remains temporarily unlocked. For convenience, Code Handle always opens freely from the inside. “Code Handle provides the simplest solution for access control in a small facility,” says Borja.