New Wireless Touch-free Actuators use Infrared Motion Detection Technology
dormakaba RCI 912 Series wireless, battery powered actuators utilize proven infrared motion detection technology to ensure consistent, dependable touch-free activation
November 6, 2020 | Indianapolis, IN
As touch-free access and entry to buildings becomes the standard for businesses to remain open and promote a safe, healthy environment, dormakaba continues to innovate new technologies to minimize touchpoints. The new dormakaba RCI 912 Series wireless, battery powered actuators utilize proven infrared motion detection technology to ensure consistent, dependable touch-free activation. In addition, the RCI 912 Series can be adjusted to comply with ANSI knowing act applications.
Available in three models, the 912 Series detects moving objects such as hands, reflective objects, carts, wheelchairs, or gurneys. It is ideal for use in hospitals, pharmacies, clean rooms, foodservice facilities, and other applications requiring hygienic, touch-free activation.
“The new dormakaba RCI 912 Series is ideal for swing doors; sliding doors; and glass, stone, or marble surfaces,” said Murray Lewin, Senior Product Manager, dormakaba. “It’s a truly versatile touch-free solution using superior technology.”
Specific features and benefits include:
For more information, visit www.dormakaba.com.
dormakaba is one of the top three companies in the global market for access and security solutions. With strong brands such as Dorma and Kaba in our portfolio, we are a single source for products, solutions, and services related to doors and secure access to buildings and rooms. With around 16,000 employees and numerous cooperation partners, we are active in over 130 countries. dormakaba is headquartered in Rümlang (Zurich/Switzerland) and generates an annual turnover of over CHF 2 billion.
SIX Swiss Exchange: DOKA (formerly: KABN / KABNE) Further information at www.dormakaba.us.