OK, I understand, but I am of the impression that most doors would be equipped with an automatic opener for ADA compliance and as long as the door is open, then it should not matter what the unlock time is, and I assume the opener has to hold the door open for the requisite period so as to prevent hitting someone who is a little slow while exiting/entering, correct?
The other issue, I had never considered the scenario. If I understand, you might have a care-worker or other who is not an employee and may not have access normally, but who might be assisting someone who needs to exit the building for transport or other reasons and while assisting in the effort the door closure time elapses and now they cannot get back in without summoning someone for re-entry.
I am not sure I stated the scenario correctly as I was not really able to follow the statement regarding the quarantine, but I assume that the situation I painted is similar.
In any event, thanks for clarifying and if you submit the ticket, perhaps they will consider it. I am not aware of any makes that do what you request, but I certainly don’t know them all and I assume some might.