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Gee, this very issue is important to me, quite possibly more important to me than to the average person. That is because I'm hearing impaired and less likely to hear an intruder. What kind of locks should I have? Wouldn't it be nice to print a version we can read? What is your issue?
Steel Equipment Company offers two ADA Compliant Keyless lock systems designed by Digilock: ASSIGNED USE KEYLESS LOCKS and ONE TOUCH ACCESS LOCKS.
The Digilock FAMILY OF ASSIGNED-USE LOCKS come in a full range of styles, features and functionality to meet any kind of assigned use situation, from workplace lockers and file cabinets to health club locker rooms and schools. All locks in the assigned-use line feature the following.
• Intuitive digital keypad
• Four-digit programmable user code
• Unlock indicators
• 1/2" deadlatch
• Electronic bypass key (up to 25 per lock)
• Tamper guard
• Operates with four premium AA batteries
• Low battery indicator
Assigned-use models feature Digilock's distinctively sleek yet sturdy styling, and are available in brushed nickel or polished brass finishes. Models can also be customized with a splash of color to accentuate any decor. Digilock customers can choose from standard (APS), vertical (APV) or horizontal (APH) housing, and models can be installed with a surface or recess mount, with our without a pull.
Vertical with Pull
Vertical No Pull
Horizontal with Pull
Horizontal No Pull
Digilock ONE TOUCH ACCESS LOCKS are the only locks that fully meet ADA guidelines. No other lock offers Digilock's advanced button key functionality. Every button key is unique, and additional management button keys are available for faculty and staff in case of emergency or locker checks. Digilock's snap-together design makes for easy installation with all metal lockers, and the lock also uses both audio and visual indicators to accommodate the visually and hearing impaired.Features on All Models:
• ADA Compliant
• One-touch access
• Snap together design provides instant installation to all metal lockers
• High security lock with a 1/2” deadbolt or deadlatch
• Audio / Visual Indicators for the visual and hearing impaired
• Nickel finish
• Operates on 4-AA or 4-AAA batteries (included) depending on model, with a battery
• life of 3-5 years depending on usage
Designed for lockers with handles and a vertical locking bar.
Designed for box lockers and lockers with a single point latch.
Designed for all metal locker applications.
Ericc Stromer doesn;t answer on here. So the other answer is a suggestion about on what kind of locks you could have because they are disability association approved and not an ad like you say.,
BVV your a little snot.Can't hear you what did you say???? I wouldn't give you the right answer now no matter what
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Other people asked questions on various topics, and are still waiting for answer. Would be great if you can take a sec and answer them