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Trilogy locks designed for improved hospital security

Alarm Lock Systems : 28 April, 2009  (New Product)
Privacy button features on Trilogy locks for common dressing and other areas in medical facilities
Trilogy locks designed for improved hospital security
Alarm Lock is continuing the tradition of providing dependable standalone access locks to hospitals around the country. The number of healthcare properties using Alarm Lock products has grown tremendously. They have come to count on us to deliver time-automated security unmatched in performance from our competitors. Our HIPPA compliant locks safeguard patient data with date and time audit trail and protects hospital staff, patients, medical records, medication storage areas, expensive equipment and restricted areas with ease.

Alarm Lock's Trilogy DL/PDL4100 locks are equipped with a privacy button that allow hospital staff to feel secure in sleeping rooms, file rooms, single occupancy restrooms, dressing rooms and executive offices while locking out unauthorized users. These ADA compliant locks are fully accessible to the disabled and are Grade 1 BHMA certified to withstand repeated use and wear. PIN or PIN/Prox user codes and cylindrical or mortise locking styles combined with 500 scheduled events and 40,000 audit trail allow DL/PDL4100 to deliver extraordinary results.

A self-stick instructional sign guides users on how to activate/deactivate the privacy feature. An occupied multi-status LED indicator flashes when the privacy session is active. Only when the lock is opened from the inside or when the privacy session "times-out" following a preset period, allows keypad PIN or PIN/Prox access to resume.
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