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Schlage HandKey

The Schlage HandKey reader measures the size and shape of a user’s hand to verify identity. The user places a hand on the platen, then enters a unique PIN on the keypad or uses a card to gain access. The device does not read fingerprints or palm prints and works even if the user’s hand is wet, dirty or injured. Easy to install and maintain, the reader can operate as a stand-alone device, or users can integrate it into a new or existing access control system.


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