HOPPE eHandles for doors and windows
Convenient and secure
With keyless access options an eHandle for doors addresses and unlocks the motor lock of the door.
Even with your hands full: An eHandle for doors allows you to unlock the door conveniently and quickly.
• Without the hassle of searching for the key
• Without having to put anything down
When the key to open a door is our own finger, access becomes so much more secure: unlike keys, biometric features are much harder to copy. Loosing or misplacing them is almost impossible.
The cable to connect the motor lock to the eHandle for doors is already pre-assembled. All you need to do is to route it to and connect it with the motor lock.
Useful and smart
An eHandle for windows communicates its handle position to the smart home system. Depending on the system’s configuration, you can control for example heating, sun shading and air conditioning. In addition, some versions are burglary-resistant, like the eHandle SecuSignal® with locking cylinder and the eHandle AutoLock.
Simple integration in smart home systems
It only takes a few minutes to start up an eHandle for windows: just add the handle to the system using the manufacturer’s guidelines and integrate it as a new component.
Wireless range planning
Wireless signals are electromagnetic waves whose signal may be diminished on the way from the transmitter to the receiver. A detailed guideline for wireless range planning can be found in the EnOcean Application Note AN001 “Range Planning for Systems using EnOcean Radio Standard” on the website www.enocean.com.
HOPPE’s eHandles for windows use the EnOcean wireless standard, which is based on the principle of carbon-neutral energy harvesting. Many applications can be run completely battery-free with EnOcean, as the energy needed to transmit the wireless signal is generated when the window handle is moved.
• Environmentally considerate
• Carbon neutral
• Extremely low electronic radiation – around 100 times less than with a switch connected by cable