Touch-less Locker Details
It's more than just a locker — with networked touch-less lockers you have a solution that gives your employees the ability to safely interact and have a place to call their own.
With touch-less lockers, it doesn't matter what material or dimensions you choose for your lockers. With our networked locks, you are now providing a smart solution to your users that goes well beyond just temporarily storing personal belongings.
With full-audit capabilities of who used what locker and when, the ability to open all of the locker doors with a touch of a button and much more administrative functionality, you also have a practically touchless experience for your users with the variety of lock options we provide.
Learn more throughout this page about our centralized touchless reader, centralized touchscreen reader and touchless readers on doors options.
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Centralized Touchless Reader
Centralized Touchless Reader:
If the lockers are configured to be unassigned, the system will auto-assign a locker for the employee to use for the day by popping open the door. Once the employee puts in their belongings, they can nudge the door shut with an elbow making the experience practically touchless. When the employee is ready to retrieve their belongings, they would present their credential to the reader once again and the door to their locker will open, releasing it from the employee.
If the lockers were configured to be assigned, it would be the same user experience, except that it would always be the same assigned locker door that would open for the employee's use.
Readers can be placed in a locker door (creating a service locker), included as part of the end-panel of the locker bank or even mounted in the wall. Depending on the number of locker openings in one locker bank, you may choose to have multiple readers strategically placed in order to help optimize the user experience and eliminate bottlenecks.
Types of Readers
Centralized Touchscreen Reader
Centralized Touchscreen Reader:
Usually a touchscreen display is used when lockers are unassigned allowing for screen prompts to guide the employee to choose the specific locker they would like to use. After completing the prompts, the door will pop open and the employee can put in their belongings and nudge the door shut with an elbow. When the employee is ready to access the locker again, they would present their credentials and the touchscreen will ask if they want to continue to use the locker or release it. The locker door will open and either release or continue with the employee using that locker.
While usually not configured for assigned use, the touchscreen can be used for that purpose. The touchscreen allows for additional graphics, graphical prompts, and allows organizations to showcase their brand and colors with the customized touchscreen displays.
Assigned and Unassigned Locker Usage
Unassigned Lockers with Return
Readers can be placed in a locker door (creating a service locker), as part of the end-panel of the locker bank or even mounted in the wall. Depending on how the number of locker openings there are in one locker bank, you may choose to have multiple touchscreens and readers strategically placed to help optimize user experience and eliminate bottlenecks.
Types of Readers
Touchless Reader on Doors
Touchless Reader on Doors:
If the lockers are configured to be unassigned, the employee would find a door with a green indicator light and present their RFID card or fob to the door and the door will pop open. Once the employee puts in their belongings, they can nudge the door shut with an elbow making it a practically touchless experience. When the employee is ready to retrieve their belongings, they would present their credential to the door once again and the door will pop open releasing it from the employee.
If the lockers are configured to be assigned, it would be the same user experience, except that the employee would always go to the same locker door opening that is assigned to them to use the locker for the day.
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