eHandle AutoLock for windows
Convenient and burglary-resistant
The eHandle AutoLock for windows locks automatically as soon as it is turned to the closed position. The requirements for unlocking are configured in a smart home control unit.
The eHandle AutoLock for windows uses EnOcean Secure. This means the signal sent by the handle to the system is secured with AES encryption.
Function of the eHandle AutoLock for windows
The handles have electromechanical locking in the rosette. If a handle is moved, it sends a wireless signal to the system, indicating the position of the handle. The system automatically locks a handle if it is in the closed position – it can then only be operated if the system gives the release for the window to be opened (within the parameters specified by the user). If release is given, the window handle is unlocked and can be turned as normal.
Communication with users and the system
The user queries whether the window is released for opening using the push button on the rosette:
No query (button has not been pressed): window handle is locked
Query made (button has been pressed): LED lights up red, window handle is locked
Query made (button has been pressed): LED lights up green, window handle can be turned
The following example scenarios could be configured in a system with the eHandle AutoLock for windows:
Further possibilities depend on the smart home system used and the user’s ideas that can be implemented with it.
Verified burglary resistance
In combination with the matching window element, the eHandle AutoLock for windows meets the requirements of the European standards DIN EN 1627–1630 (resistance classes RC 1–6) and DIN EN 13126-3.