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FEATURE PACKED WIRELESS SMART PULL HANDLE FROM SECUREFAST

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Following the successful trade exhibitions at The Security Event, NEC Birmingham and The Independent Hotel Show, Olympia London Securefast launched the latest addition to its wide choice of access control solutions with the VI-Range Wireless Smart Pull Handle for use on a wide range of single and double doors, both timber or glass door applications, opening inward or outward.

Constructed from satin aluminium with a black high gloss reader and keypad, the user is able to choose the credential used between biometric fingerprint, proximity card and touch keypad with a request to exit built into the internal handle. A door bell is incorporated into the outside pull handle for visitors which can be linked to a door bell chime via the controller.

The versatile pull handle is powered using 4 no. AA Alkaline batteries with wire free communication to the controller which can be located up to two metres away from the door. The batteries are located on the inside pull handle, offer over 300,000 operations and gives a warning sound when they require changing. An emergency power interface can be used if the batteries are not changed in order to gain access from the outside.

The pull handle has 600mm fixing centres with both timber and a glass door mounting kit. The unit is simple to install and easy to program offering the user a quick and simple access control solution. The double door set is complete with the access control pull handle and dummy pull handle for the other door leaf.

For further information on the Vi Series Smart Pull handle or for any other safety and security products in the Securefast range please contact the sales hotline on 01704 502801 or simply visit the website at www.securefast.co.uk

T: 01704 502 801
E: sales@securefast.co.uk

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