Contactless buttons with integrated light indicators and sensors make the existing equipment faster, user-friendlier and safer. An approaching person or object is all it takes to open/close something or turn on/off a device. Thanks to this solution, hygiene and distancing requirements are also met.
In industrial environments where low temperatures and high mechanical loads are commonplace, non-contact buttons last significantly longer and are more efficient. As a rule, buttons are pushed with gloves, dirty or oily hands, sometimes with a foot or a tool. Contactless buttons are widely used in industrial sinks because they have an integrated timer and a clearly visible light indicator when in operation.
A minor improvement, such as replacement of traditional buttons, saves organizations not only man-hours and money spent on button repairs, but also significantly improves water consumption, facilitates access to objects and ensures a more sterile environment.