The principle behind a maglock is the use of electromagnetism to lock a door when energized. Direct pull electromagnetic locks are inherently fail-safe. Fail-safe locking devices are unlocked when de-energized.
An electrified lever designed for use in applications where durability is the deciding factor. The lever has a unique “clutch” mechanism that reduces the abuse experienced with typical cylindrical levers.
Electrified exit device, is designed to provide fast and easy egress in an emergency. Because of its durability and ease of use, panic hardware is commonly installed in places where it isn’t required by code.
Electrified mortise locksets are designed for the access control of openings in commercial, industrial and institutional facilities where code compliance and resistance to physical abuse is required.
Telephone entry systems are ideal for small, medium, and large sites with an existing access control system, or apartment buildings and condominiums that require telephone entry access.
Electrified gate locks provide access control for a wide range of gates applications. Can be used for swing, sliding and stock cage gates. Card readers and digital keypads provide gate lock control.
Electric latch retraction kit enables electric access control of mechanical exit devices. When energized the motor retracts the exit device latch enabling push and pull operation of the door.
Network door controllers give you an efficient, highly secure way to control access to your premises. In other words, you can ensure that only people with permission to enter are allowed to enter.
Standalone keyless access locks, provide access control with PIN-code or HID Prox and featuring global lockdown or unlock in seconds, activated from any lock or the computer network’s server.
ADA low energy door operators are the proven standard in schools and health care facilities for over 20 years. They are easily retrofitted into existing doors and frames, as well as new construction.