Yale Keyless Digital Lock can be quickly and easily fitted to the majority of 44mm composite door slabs, to compliment the multipoint door lock, offering the highest levels of convenience and security.
The new digital door lock allows consumers to access and secure their home using a personalised PIN code, with no need for a traditional key. The PIN code can be set via a keypad to any 4 to 12 digit number of the user’s choice and can be reprogrammed at any time. For added convenience, users can also set up a separate visitor code to provide access for family, friends or tradesmen.
Supplied with a nightlatch in a polished chrome finish, Yale Keyless Digital Lock is a standalone, battery-operated unit, which has undergone rigorous security and weather testing.
Jon Walker of Yale Door and Window Solutions said:
“Yale’s Keyless digital door lock for composite doors is a clear innovation to the market, offering an ideal upgrade opportunity for fabricators and installers to present to those consumers looking for a more convenient and innovative front door solution, without compromising on security.
“Electronic locks have already been used in hotels and offices for many years and the same technology, Yale Keyless Digital Lock employs, enables this luxury and convenience to be available for the home. Its versatility and flexibility in design eliminates the need to carry keys, making life easier and more convenient for every member of the family.”
For further information on Yale Door and Window Solutions, together with the full range of security product and service solutions available, please visit www.yaledws.co.uk.
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