Less physical contact with shared interfaces means less potential to transmit dangerous bacteria and viruses, keeping tenants, employees and guests healthier. To make that possible, we’ve found a practical way to use sensors that make elevator push buttons a thing of the past. With Schindler CleanCall, tenants can select their destination with a simple wave of the hand.
The contact-free interface offers the same user convenience and intuitive use of pressing a typical button.
The sensor can detect interaction from a distance of 1–3 cm from the button surface to enable users to make their selection with no physical contact.
Conventional touch buttons with no-contact sensors can be easily replaced with Schindler CleanCall buttons in operating panels.
While conventional touch buttons require users to touch them with their skin, changing hygienic standards are demanding a different approach. Schindler CleanCall quickly and easily replaces touch-based buttons with a touch-free sensorbased interface.
Schindler CleanCall’s contactless works by using an innovative built-in sensor that detects when a call should be activated. Users simply need to place a finger approximately 1-3 cm from the surface to activate the integrated sensor.