HOPPE at BAU 2019 – Innovative solutions for handles

HOPPE SecuSignal® window handle with wireless communication for integration in Smart Home / Smart Building systems
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HOPPE will present effective mechanical break-in protection as well as “smart” products such as contactless convenient opening for entrance doors or wireless window handles for central locking.

The entire construction industry meets every two years at the BAU trade fair in Munich. From 14 to 19 January 2019 it's time again – and of course there will be ample opportunity to experience the handle of excellence. HOPPE has been exhibiting regularly at the leading international trade fair BAU for more than 30 years now, showcasing its high-quality and innovative solutions.

This year, in Hall B4, Stand 339, the company will present effective mechanical break-in protection as well as “smart” products such as contactless convenient opening for entrance doors or wireless window handles for central locking. With SecuForte® there is also an innovative technology for window handles representing a completely new standard in burglary resistance. 

 

SecuForte® – Simple. Different. More secure.

Burglary resistant HOPPE window handle with SecuForte®
Burglary resistant HOPPE window handle with SecuForte® | Image: HOPPE
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With SecuForte® technology, HOPPE is raising the bar when it comes to burglary resistance: Window handles with SecuForte® lock automatically – a unique security concept that effectively protects against unauthorised opening of the window from the outside.

Handles with SecuForte® can only be opened from the inside and only by pushing the handle in the direction of the rosette – moving the handle from the outside is virtually impossible.

While the handle might be broken off from the rosette with the application of massive force, the window itself however cannot be opened.

This makes window handles with SecuForte® efficient against break-in attempts by both, piercing the glass seal and drilling into the framework as well as displacing the fitting from the outside.

 

Convenient contactless opening

HOPPE pull handle with spotlight
HOPPE pull handle with spotlight | Image: HOPPE
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HOPPE expertise for smart homes: Convenient contactless opening through the pull handle allows you to unlock your front door even with your hands full.

As they approach the door, authorised individuals are automatically detected by an encrypted signal emitted by a transponder in the shape of a key fob. A spotlight on the ground indicates that the approaching person is authorised to enter the house.

All they have to do to disengage the front door’s motorised lock and be able to open the door is to move their foot across the spotlight – contactless convenience. An integrated safety feature prevents you from unintentionally activate the opening of the door from inside.

You can set the spotlight to different colours to ensure that it is clearly visible on any kind of ground surface. The control unit for secure access is located in the inside half set. It is easy for the installer to assemble, as no extra cut-out is necessary.

 

Burglary-resistant wireless window handle for central locking

Burglary-resistant wireless window handle for central locking
Burglary-resistant wireless window handle for central locking | Image: HOPPE
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HOPPE’s new burglary-resistant wireless window handles are an innovative convenience and security component for central locking systems for buildings. The handles feature an electro-mechanical locking mechanism in the rosette.

When integrated in a building’s central locking system, they work as follows: a wireless signal is sent to the system if a handle is moved, informing the system what position this handle is in.

A handle that is in the closed position is automatically locked by the system, and can only be opened if the system issues approval to do so (within the parameters set by the user).

If this is the case, the window handle is unlocked and can be turned as usual. The user can “ask” whether the window can be opened by simply pressing a small push button on the handle rosette, which then either displays a green or red light.

 

New design: Pull handles with finger scanner

HOPPE pull handle with D-shaped profile and built-in fingerscanner
HOPPE pull handle with D-shaped profile and built-in fingerscanner | Image: HOPPE
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HOPPE is introducing a new generation of pull handles with built-in finger scanner. The scanning technology has now been incorporated more discreetly into the handle, which boasts a brand-new design featuring a D-shaped profile.

This new look combines the modern, angular shapes that are proving increasingly popular on the market with the pleasing feel of a round handle.

Needless to say, it also still offers that extra touch of convenience from having the scanner integrated directly and ergonomically sensible into the handle itself.

“Unlocking” and opening the door can be done in one easy movement. The scanners used come from the manufacturer Idencom. They are especially easy to use and work regardless of climatic conditions.

 

SecuSignal® – More than opening and closing

HOPPE SecuSignal® window handle with wireless communication for integration in Smart Home / Smart Building systems
HOPPE SecuSignal® window handle with wireless communication for integration in Smart Home / Smart Building systems | Image: HOPPE
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HOPPE window handles do more than just open and close windows. SecuSignal® window handles with wireless communication, for example, transmit a wireless signal when moved. And they do so using energy generated by this movement itself – without the need for any batteries or maintenance!

In a Smart Home system, this wireless signal might be a key piece of information, for example if the heating is to be controlled efficiently. SecuSignal® operates on the basis of the EnOcean standard and is therefore compatible with many popular systems such as Somfy TaHoma or wibutler.

The practical handles with wireless communication have also been given a smaller wireless circuit board, which allows for a more compact design. These “new” SecuSignal® handles are available for the Amsterdam, Toulon and Atlanta series – the latter designs in lockable versions with Secu100® + Secustik® anti-break-in technology as well.

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