Baldwin Hardware has developed the electronic TouchScreen collection offers both beauty and brains in one smart, solid-brass solution.
The new TouchScreen combines SecureScreen and Z-Wave technology with bold Baldwin design to create a simple electronic solution and available as a stand alone or with Z-Wave to provide maximum choices. The lock’s screen is activated with the palm or the back of the hand, followed by a four- to eight-digit code for easy unlocking. Additionally, the one-touch locking capability provides for quick departures requiring no key or code to lock the door. Baldwin TouchScreen allows you to program up to 16 user codes while the Z-wave version expands to 30 codes, for family, guests and service professionals.
“Consumers want a connected smart home and they aren’t willing to sacrifice security or style,” said PJ Rosch, senior brand manager for Baldwin Hardware. “Our product development team has worked hard to develop smart technology featuring the bold designs architects and designers demand, staking claim to the luxury technology category.”
The new TouchScreen electronic offering is available in two deadbolt styles, Minneapolis and Boulder and in 17 finishes. It can be paired with three coordinating handleset grips for a signature look. With a personalized code, you can easily enter your home with the convenience of keyless entry and the back-lit keypad provides increased visibility. It features patented SecureScreen technology to prevent code detection from fingerprints on the touchscreen.
The motorized deadbolt is easy to install, program, and use, and it operates on four AA batteries. The interior cover has anti-tamper screws for added security and installs in minutes with just a screwdriver – no hard wiring necessary. Baldwin TouchScreen is ANSI/BHMA Grade 2 certified and features a five-pin C-Keyway and a 20-minute UL deadbolt rating