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SAFETY & SECURITY


Another variation is to have a smart motorised lock. The advantage of this is that the door looks just like a normal door with a standard-looking handle and keyhole; there is no impression from the outside that the door is ‘smart.’ The electronic unit is housed on the inside of the door and again works with a smart phone app. But the beauty of this product is that it also has an auto unlock feature. With auto unlock activated, coming home is as easy as it gets. Automatic GEO location detection determines your position when you enter the auto unlock zone, approx 500-1000 m from the door, and when you get in Bluetooth range approx 0-5 m, it unlocks your door for you. Not only that, but with automatic timed locking it can do exactly the same thing in reverse and automatically lock the door when you leave the house.


As with most things the key to success lies in selecting the right product for the project. But with smart security, the technology is already here to deliver tomorrow’s smart home today.


Keith Carey is marketing manager at Salto Systems


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Von Duprin show the way


Relcross have employed their problem solving experience by supplying Von Duprin 99QEL exit devices to Advanced Diesel Engineering (ADE) of Yorkshire. ADE are experts in acoustic containers for generators and their products can be found in a number of data centres throughout Europe. Normal entry and exit is controlled by a swipe card system that disengages the door alarms while recording the details of who has entered or exited the container. A key operated lock can then be used to open the door by releasing the latch on the Von Duprin device installed on the inner surface of the door. The Von Duprin 99 QEL features motorised latches rather than magnetic solenoids which, together with the famous Von Duprin fluid dampener that decelerates the touch bar on its return stroke, eliminates most of the noise associated with exit device operations. In the event of an emergency the touch bar can be used independently and without any delay. The touch bar is covered with a luminous material to provide guidance to people trying to escape.


01380 729600 www.relcross.co.uk


ADF FEBRUARY 2019


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