Less physical contact with shared interfaces means less potential to transmit bacteria and viruses, and helps to keep tenants, employees, and visitors in your building healthier. To make that possible, we’ve developed a practical way to use sensors that makes pushing elevator buttons a thing of the past. With Schindler CleanCall, passengers can select their destination with a simple wave of the hand.
The contact-free interface offers the same user convenience and intuitive use as pressing a physical 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 easily be replaced with Schindler CleanCall buttons in operating panels.
While conventional touch buttons require users to physically touch them, changing hygienic standards are demanding a different approach. Schindler CleanCall quickly and easily replaces touch-based buttons with a touch-free sensor-based interface.
Schindler CleanCall 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.