The Schlage NDE Series wireless lock with Engage technology is the latest advancement in commercial access control. While Schlage’s proven themselves with the ND series, they have really turned things up with the new NDE. The NDE sports Engage technology which makes it easy to install, connect, manage, and use. Incredibly intuitive, installation only requires a Phillips head screwdriver! If your facility is looking to upgrade to electronic credentials without a complete system overhaul, the Schlage NDE series is for you.
Companies have been quick to adapt to the latest advancements in electronic access control. While most of these devices are used on exterior doors and suite perimeters, the Schlage NDE can be easily installed on any interior door, giving that room the same level of access control that you’d normally regulate to the entrances. With built in Wi-Fi and Engage web and mobile apps configuring settings, checking audits, and managing users is incredibly intuitive.
What puts most people off about upgrading to electronic access control is the difficulty of installation. Between having to install the lock itself to wiring and programming the software, most people would rather just avoid the hassle. Schlage knows this and they’ve designed the NDE to be as simple an installation as possible. The NDE will fit a standard cylindrical door prep and only requires a Phillips head screwdriver and a set of hands to install. Furthermore the NDE has up to a 2 year battery life on 4 AA batteries.
The NDE series is ideal for interior office doors, common area doors, and storage spaces. It keeps things simple by combining the lock, credential reader, door position sensor and request to exit switch all in one unit, basically taking everything great about the ND lever and electrifying it, Victor Frankenstein would be proud! Finally the lever itself is fully field reversible and it comes with the Rhodes style lever. If you’re looking for an easy way to set up an electronic access control system on your interior doors, there’s no reason you shouldn’t pick up an NDE today.