Tests and certifications:
FCC 47CFR part 15: 2021, subpart B, Class B
ICES-003: 2020 Issue 7, Class B
EN 55014-1: 2017 + A11: 2020
AS CISPR 14.1: 2018
EN IEC 61000-3-2: 2019 + A1(21)
EN 55104-2: 2015 Category IV
EN 301 489-17: V3.2.4: 2020 Class B
EN 3-1 489-1: V2.2.3 2019, Class B
The energy-saving LED sensor on the outside of the cubicle shows a green light. Intuitively, the user’s hand is simply presented in front of an LED to open the door and enter the stall.
The external LED switches from green to red when the stall door is locked presenting the hand to the sensor from the inside.
The door will not open from the outside while the LED is red. To unlock and open the door, the user needs to present their hand to the sensor inside the stall.
Manual operation in case of power failure
Exclusive at Stern touchless patented cubicles: If the user prefers so or the electricity is gone, the door can be opened or closed and locked manually, just like a regular toilet cubicle!
This means, that in times of power failure, the door will not be “out of order” and will not unlock automatically, creating potentially embarrassing situations.
The door will remain locked and the user inside will open the door manually by turning the inside handle and pushing the door, like in a manual system.
When there is no user inside the cubicle, the door is unlocked upon power failure. If someone wants to come in, just pushes the door to enter and closes the door from the inside, locking it
as a manual system.
In case of an emergency
Locked cubicle doors can be manually opened from outside using a special key or a coin if the emergency coin release accesory installed.
Concealed power source
• All wiring is done during the manufacturing process
• No additional wiring is required during the installation process
Lock mechanism: Chrome plated brass. Other finishes available upon request.
Profiles: Satin Anodized or Black Aluminum.
Concealed hinges: Satin Anodized or Black Aluminum.