- Open sliding door with push of a button
- Works with existing sliding door
- Provides easy access for elderly and disabled
- Low energy consumption with quiet operation
- DIY installation
Convenience and sliding doors are 2 things that don’t really go hand-in-hand even though they should. When manually controlling a sliding door a variety of issues can arise such as their rollers getting off track making them hard to open and shut, they get left open when the air condition is on, they aren’t accommodating when you’re hands are full and much, much more. The inconvenience of sliding doors, however, is now a problem of the past as the AutoSlide™ Clicker Bundle from SlideRight is the simple, DIY solution for automating sliding patio, screen or internal doors. The Clicker Bundle is similar to the Starter Bundle but features 2 wireless keyfob remote controls. Each remote control has 4 different sliding door operation modes which are auto, open, standby and pet. Pet mode allows for the AutoSlide systems to be programmed to only open to a specified width allowing your pet quick access in or out of the home without the sliding door having to fully open each time.
The AutoSlide is designed to fit most existing or new manual internal sliding doors to provide easy access for all. How easy? With the SlideRight installed, sliding doors can be opened and closed with the push of a wall mounted button as the user approaches the door. The mounted switch is wireless allowing for it to be conveniently placed up to 30 feet away or high enough off the ground to prevent young children from reaching it. A pull assist feature is also integrated into each system that will trigger a full auto-open with a gentle pull of the sliding door handle. An automated sliding door is especially convenient for disabled or elderly people who may struggle to open and then close a heavy sliding door. A 5 star energy rated low voltage plug-in power pack operates the AutoSlide and it will even help save on air conditioning costs by ensuring that your sliding door is not left open. It can even be used on sliding screen doors to more effectively keep flies and insects out of your home as family and friends are frequently coming and going. The AutoSlide Clicker Bundle is a DIY installation that is designed to be installed in roughly an hour with step-by-step instructions included. This product is designed specifically for residential applications and is not recommended for use with commercial or industrial applications.
The AutoSlide™ Infrared (IR) Motion Sensor from SlideRight is an add-on accessory for AutoSlide automatic sliding door bundle systems and includes 1 sensor. The IR Motion Sensor hardwired to the AutoSlide and installed above the sliding door. When the IR beam from the sensor is broken by an approaching person the AutoSlide system will immediately be triggered to open the door and provide hands-free convenience. This is especially helpful when your hands are full or if a certain family member has trouble remembering to shut the door behind them allowing bugs in and causing the thermostat to work harder than it needs to. The IR beam height is adjustable allowing for it to be set so that an approaching young child will not activate the door and be given easy access outside of the home. Because the IR Sensor is hardwired to the AutoSlide system it does not require any batteries for operation. It is important to note that installation of only 1 IR Motion Sensor will only automate the sliding door one-way. To fully automate your sliding door from the inside and outside 2 IR Motion Sensors will need to be installed.
LockState’s LS-KD220 Key Lock Box is a compact and wall mountable storage solutions for keys. Pre-drilled holes and included mounting hardware make installation of the Key Lock Box a breeze. The Lock Box holds up to 20 keys and is protected by a 3-digit dial combination lock to prevent unauthorized access. Inside the Key Lock Box are 20 numbered slots to make organizing and finding keys a simple task and even includes 20 key tags. The Key Lock Box for 20 Keys is an ideal storage container for multiple keys at home or the office..
- Securely holds up to 20 keys
- Combination lock prevents unauthorized access
- Pre-drilled mounting holes
- Numbered slots and included key tags
A security device, designed to slow someone down from exiting the premises
The SA-025EQ is a Delayed Egress Timer from SECO-LARM. Egress timers are used as a security device to delay a person’s exit from a location, such as delaying someone from exiting through a door. The egress timer will delay the unlocking of a door as to delay this person’s exit. Such a use is implemented to help deter someone from stealing something from a property like a store or to have a bit more time to actually stop them from leaving the premises. The SA-025EQ provides many features that should meet most uses. It provides three Relock Modes such as standard manual relocking, BOCA (Building Officials Code Administrators) relocking, and timed relocking. A programmable nuisance delay timer, adjustable pre and post delay timer, and a door status input and LED indicator complete the SA-025EQ, assuring that it remains a versatile and feature rich device for your security needs.
With an Electronic Keypad Deadbolt from Design House you can eliminate your need for a house key while at the same time upgrading the décor of your home. This Electronic Deadbolt has a 12-button keypad and is powered by 4 AA batteries (sold separately). The keypad is backlit for added convenience at night so that punching in an entry password is just as easy as it would be during the day. The Keypad Deadbolt can hold as many as 300 entry passwords with 1 of them serving as the Master Code. The Master Code has override functions to add/remove passwords as well as activating various modes of the lock such as disabling use for all codes except the Master Code. Access passwords consist of 6-digit codes that, when input and accepted, will illuminate a green LED indicator light and unlock the deadbolt for entrance. In the event the Electronic Deadbolt’s batteries die, the door lock can still be opened and closed through the use of an included emergency override key. The Electronic Keypad Deadbolt has an adjustable backset of 2-3/8″ or 2-3/4″ and is designed for door thicknesses of 1-3/8″ to 1-3/4″. This door lock has a Grade 2 Security rating meaning it is designed and built to provide excellent durability and security for residential applications as well as light commercial applications.