Internet-Connected Door Operator Ensures Security of Commercial Doors - LiftMaster - Facility Management Product Release
LiftMaster makes it even easier to ensure commercial facilities are secure with new LiftMaster Logic 5.0 commercial door operators. The line represents the industry’s first Internet-connected commercial door operator, delivering even greater peace of mind to owners of all types and sizes of businesses.
Logic 5.0 integrates LiftMaster’s proprietary MyQ technology, allowing municipalities such as firehouses and businesses of all sizes to monitor and control their commercial doors from their connected smartphone, tablet or computer anywhere, anytime. MyQ Technology will enable users to be confident their commercial doors are closed and their facility is secure. Users can elect to receive email or mobile alerts on the status of their commercial doors for added security and peace of mind.
“Commercial customers are becoming increasingly connected and are seeking more control, security and confidence in their lives,” says Bryan Laurinec, director of marketing, commercial door operators, at LiftMaster. “LiftMaster’s Logic 5.0 Commercial Door Operators deliver on our commitment to creating quality, innovative and advanced products to help our customers stay connected.”
The new Logic 5.0 Commercial Door Operator line also incorporates LiftMaster’s Security+ 2.0™ patented technology that creates a strong and reliable signal to access property quickly and safely. The technology virtually eliminates interference and delivers twice the range of standard remotes. With every click, a new code is sent to the commercial door operator, ensuring the door only opens for the individual pressing the remote, and that the door opens, stops and closes conveniently and reliably every time.
The new line will include LiftMaster’s standard features, including monitored entrapment protection through photo eyes and 3-button control station to simplify setup and programing with open, close and stop buttons. LiftMaster’s Maintenance Alert System (MAS) Programming establishes a routine maintenance schedule based upon the number of door cycles or calendar date. The line also features an integrated Timer-to-Close that allows programing in 1-second and 15-second increments for timed automatic door closure after the door reaches the full open position. LiftMaster’s Logic 5.0 line is compliant to local codes to make approval easy at final inspection.
For more insights on the products, technology, benefits and challenges of the Building Internet of Things, visit www.FacilitiesNet.com/IoT
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