Yale nexTouch Keypad Access

Yale nexTouch keyless electronic door locks combine a modern look with durability that is perfect for your multi-family or mixed-use property, small business, office, retail space, restroom, or other commercial building application. All nexTouch products are easy to use and install, and allow you to manage access with up to 500 unique PIN codes. Yale nexTouch is ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 Certified and weather resistant for outdoor use. In cylindrical, sectional mortise, and exit trim platforms, nexTouch can upgrade almost any commercial door.
Feature Benefit
Choice of capacitive touchscreen or tactile pushbutton keypad Touchscreen responds to human touch, enabling convenient entrance or access to programming menu. Pushbutton keypad option also available for more tactile requirements, such as glove-friendliness or ADA compliance.
Keyless entry and management Reduces complexity of key system management.
PIN code access Installations are able to be programmed with up to 500 unique PIN codes.
Modular technology Allows for upgrade to more advanced security technologies with Data-on-Card and Zigbee capabilities as requirements change and grow.
Voice guided programming in 3 languages Voice-guided prompts make setup and updates straightforward and effortless in English, Spanish or French.
Three (3) volume modes Playback can be set for normal, low or silent.
Privacy feature with Door Position Sensor (DPS) By holding the interior lock button down for just a second, the exterior keypad is temporarily disabled, ensuring complete privacy and no additional entry.
Weather resistant gasket seal Lock is operational even in outdoor settings, in temperatures ranging from -40°F to 140°F (-40°C to 60°C) at 95% relatively humidity.
Low battery indicator Blinking designation signals internal 4 AA aklaline batteries are low.
9V battery power backup feature With the touch of a 9V battery to the designated area on the front of the lock, your nexTouch can be powered up for one-time entry.
Keypad lockout feature Deters tampering by disabling the keypad for a default of 180 seconds after five (5) successive failed entry attempts.

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