Keyless Door Lock

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Ambidextrous Lever Handle Lock (Model 7055)

The Ambidextrous Lever Handle, model 7055, is a keyless exterior door lock with lever designed for use by individuals with fine motor, grasping, or upper extremity disabilities. This heavy-duty door lock has an eight-button combination pad with an ambidextrous lever for right- or left-hand doors. The lock has double push capability, meaning a repeated digit can be used in the combination. To preserve the lock's mechanical functions, its inner parts are Teflon-coated. A hold-back feature allows t

Biolock 333

Biolock 333 is a fingerprint door lock with remote control and a lever handle, designed for use by individuals with fine motor or grasping disabilities. This remote-controlled fingerprint lock for single-latch doors has a programmable LED control with storage for up to 99 users, a 500-dots-per-inch optical fingerprint reader, CMOS image sensor, and a reversible lever handle that can be installed to the right or left. The lock has three levels of administrator security which allow the administrat

Keyless Doorknob Lockset

The Keyless Doorknob Lockset is a keyless door lock designed for use by individuals with fine motor or grasping disabilities or arthritis. This solid brass lockset features a glow-in-the-dark electronic keypad that accepts up to six different entry codes of two to eight digits. Codes can be changed as needed. If an incorrect code is entered four consecutive times, an alarm sounds. This lockset replaces existing hardware and installs with the included mounting hardware. Two keys are included for

Keyless Entry (Model Ke 250)

Keyless door lockset. Electronic pushbutton combination lock. Owner programs 5 digit master code, and secondary code which may be used to provide access to others and can be changed. Tamper alarm and keyboard lock activates when 16 random numbers are pressed. Stainless steel keyboard, weather resistant. Includes keyboard, control module, optional electric door strike, batteries, relay, cables, hardware and instructions.

Keyless Entry (Model Ke275)

Keyless door lockset. Electronic pushbutton combination lock eliminates the need for keys. Control module ($346 to $232) functions include 5 second unlock, 1 to 60 second adjustable shut, momentary or latching contact, and 25 second first touch relay. A five digit combination at the touchpad operates the system to unlock the door. 110 or 220 volt AC option, instant reprogramming at the touchpad, tamper alarm. 5 by 7 by 3 inches. Touchpad ($231 to $116) is waterproof, several finishes available w

Keyless Lockset With Lever Handle

The Keyless Lockset with Lever Handle is a keyless door lock designed for use by individuals with fine motor or grasping disabilities or arthritis. This solid brass lockset features a glow-in-the-dark electronic keypad that accepts up to six different entry codes of two to eight digits. Codes can be changed as needed. If an incorrect code is entered four consecutive times, an alarm sounds. This lockset replaces existing hardware and installs with the included mounting hardware. Two keys are incl

Kwikset Signature Series Door Levers

Kwikset Signature Series Door Levers are lever door handles designed for use by individuals with grasping disabilities. Levers come in a variety of handle styles, including Ashfield, Avalon, Brooklane, Commonwealth, Pembroke, Lido, and Tustin. Most handle styles are curved, with or without scrolling. The Ashfield handle is straight and thick. Most styles are handed. Tustin is a reversible handle style that fits both right handed and left handed doors. The handle is available with a keyed lockset

Lever Handle Lock (Model 2835)

The Lever Handle Lock, model 2835, is a keyless exterior door lock with lever designed for use by individuals with fine motor, grasping, or upper extremity disabilities. This lock has levers on the inside and the outside, with a passage function that allows the outside lever to remain unlocked while the function is set. To enter from the outside while the door is locked, the user punches in the secret code, then pushes down on the lever. To exit, or to enter while the door is unlocked, the user

Mini-Mullion Proximity Reader (Model Sxf1050)

The Mini-Mullion Proximity Reader, model SXF1050, is a keyless door lock and security system. The system uses a credit card size command card, and does not require any contact between card and card reading sensor. The card does not have to be removed from wallet or purse to be read. The sensor is mounted on a mullion or narrow stile and has a reading range of up to 3 inches. The system has a tri-state LED visual indicator (red, green, amber) and provides audio feedback representing status and ac

Preso Matic Double Combination Lock (Models Dc9101, Dc9102Lt, & Dc9200)

Preso Matic Double Combination Lock, models DC9101, DC9102LT, & DC9200, is a keyless door lock designed for use by individuals with fine motor or grasping disabilities. These mechanically operated 4- or 7-digit combination locks are for in-or-out swing doors. Models DC9101 and DC9102LT are manually-locking deadbolt locks with a hardened steel free turning bolt. Model DC9200 is an automatic locking deadlatch lock with a hardened steel throw spring deadlatch bolt. DIMENSIONS: 5/8 inch bolt pro

Preso Matic Keyless Entry Lock (Models 8101, Lt8102, 8200, & 8200A)

Preso Matic Keyless Entry Lock, models 8101, LT8102, 8200, and 8200A, is a keyless door lock designed for use by individuals with fine motor or grasping disabilities. These mechanical keyless entry door locks are operated by pushbutton combination. The keypad has 10 pushbuttons, operated by pressing a 4 or 7 digit combination. The lock unlocks automatically when last digit is pressed. No knobs to turn or twist. Unlocks on the interior by pressing the unlock button. Models 8200 and 8200A have a d

Universal Lock

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of universal lock that allows children with disabilities to operate a school locker. In middle and high school, almost every student secures their locker with a dial combination lock. Individuals with cerebral palsy or spinal cord injury may be unable to use these types of locks due to a lack of motor or cognitive skills necessary to open a standard lock. A universal lock prototype was created and tested on children with special needs. The

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