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Camden launches its new touchlesswave.com site

Camden launches its new touchlesswave.com site
Camden Door Controls announced the publication of a new website designed to provide up-to-the-minute information on low-voltage system design in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Camden Door Controls is pleased to announce the publication of a new website designed to provide up-to-the-minute information on low-voltage system design in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic. The TouchlessWave.com website is an easy to use one-stop resource for installers, building and facility managers, architects, and system specifiers. 

The TouchlessWave.com website highlights ‘no-touch’ and ‘low-touch’ solutions that eliminate the spread of germs caused by manually operating door activation devices, such as push/exit buttons. It also highlights additional opportunities to increase convenience for building occupants and provide better service to people with disabilities. 

TouchlessWave.com information resources include application design options for automatic doors and access control systems, information on the industry’s newest ‘no-touch’ and ‘low-touch’ products, (with links to detailed product pages), and an in-depth Information Library, with educational trade press articles and White papers.

“Camden is very proud to deliver this valuable resource to the industry,” says David Price, Camden’s Vice President of Corporate Communication & Business Development. “We’ve been developing no-touch technology for more than 15 years, including industry-leading motion sensor and wireless systems. Camden is uniquely positioned to support installers, facility managers, architects and system specifiers respond to the new ‘wave’ of requirements for touchless door control.”


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