Adams Rite Adds ADA Compliant Lever to RITE Touch
The RITE Touch digital door lock requires no modification to the glass when being installed.
PHOENIX – Adams Rite, a group brand of ASSA ABLOY, has added an ADA-compliant accessibility lever to its RITE Touch RT1050D, a digital door lock that provides keyless access control for all-glass openings.
The surface-mounted lock allows for credential actuation by entering a user code using a touchscreen, or by using provided Mifare credential cards.
The lock features a thin, low profile, surface-mounted design that installs with no modification to the glass and is compatible with interior single or pairs of doors.
The RITE Touch provides access control via card reader or keypad and supports up to 40 credential cards.
The company describes the lock as having “elegant aesthetics with the latest touch screen technology to harmonize style and security.”
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