Philadelphia, PA (September 10, 2012) – Dortronics Systems, Inc. showcases its 5278 Series of proximity-activated switches this week at ASIS (Booth #: 3231). The touchless switches incorporate industry-leading functionality and design to help users maintain a sanitary environment. Optical infrared technology allows a simple wave of the hand to activate this economical solution for touchless ingress/egress.
“When utilized with electronic locks and automatic door operators, the new 5278 can greatly reduce the potential to spread contagious diseases since no actual hand contact is required to activate the switch,” said Bryan Sanderford, National Sales Manager, Dortronics Systems, Inc. “In addition to providing user convenience, we also designed the 5278 for easy installation and integration with virtually any card access system.”
The 5278 is engineered with an imbedded optical sensor that picks up motion within a four inch (4”) range of the face plate. If inadvertently touched, the sensor will pick up the motion before actual contact, resulting in normal operation. The switch also features an illuminated LED ring that designates switch status and allows for clear visibility under low light conditions. The LED ring is red during the normal standby mode and green when activated in trigger mode.
Available as single or double plate, the 5278 switches are supplied standard with six inch (6”) leads. An eight-conductor cable connects to the double pole, double throw outputs and the 12VDC power input. The 5278 switches are suitable for bathrooms, laboratories, hospitals, air locks, clean rooms or drive-up windows.
For more information on Dortronics’ extensive line of access control products call toll free 1-800-906-0137, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website www.dortronics.com.