Securitron Maglock Corp. : Electronic Access Control Package Systems


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Securitron Magnalock Corp. has developed more than 25 packaged electronic access control systems for controlling from one to three doors. These packaged electronic systems include the lock(s), the reader(s), the release mechanism(s) and any additional components, all designed for different applications with varying number of doors and features.

Each of the Securitron packaged systems has been developed for a specialized application. For example, the Securitron System #14 is designed for a single access door with free egress and remote release. This type of installation is applicable for an office or business, where unauthorized access needs to be controlled. The remote release permits controlled access without having to physically unlock the door.
There are two methods of gaining access using Securitron System #14. First, enter a valid code into the outside keypad to unlock the door. From the inside, free egress is available using a Touch Sense Bar. A remote request to exit (REX) button can be used to grant access to customers or other visitors.

These complete systems contain the components necessary for the application as well as recommended components for completing the installation. The component list for Securitron system #14 is:

Magnalock
Digital Keypad DK-26
Touch Sense Bar
Power Supply BPS-24-1
Door Cord
Battery B-24-4
Push button

The following is a list of the Securitron System applications. Each application describes the purpose of the electromechanical locking mechanism and the outside and inside operations. Each system is numbered for easy reference. The required components are listed in a generic format. Note: See system specifications to determine the proper components. Contact Securitron for information regarding fire-rated installation requirements.

Securitron System #01: Any monitored
access controlled egress door.
Outside Operation: Door is closed and locked by the Magnalock and access is via the Digital Entry.
Inside Operation: Door is closed and locked by the Magnalock. Activation of the Exit Motion Sensor (XMS) or the Emergency Exit Button (EEB) provides free and immediate egress from the area. Alarm monitoring is accomplished with High Security Door Position Switch And Alarm Shunt (MSS) is accomplished by the Digital Entry for both access to and egress from the area.

Securitron System #02: Any monitored access controlled door with a cylindrical latch set with storeroom function.
Outside Operation: Door is locked by the cylindrical latch set and access is via the Digital Entry.
Inside Operation: Door is locked by the cylindrical latch set. Approaching the door activates the XMS exit motion sensor, shunting the alarm panel and egress is made by turning the door handle. Alarm monitoring is accomplished with an MSS.

Securitron System #03:  Single access monitored door with free egress.
Outside Operation: Door is secured via the Magnalock; entry of a valid code on the Digital Entry allows access to the secured area and shunts the MSS-1C alarm contact.
Inside Operation: Free and immediate egress via the Touch Sense Bar (TSB).

Securitron System #04: Single door exit delay system with digital access/egress and key switch reset.
Outside Operation: Door is secured via the Magnalock; entry of a valid code on the Digital Entry allows access to the secure area and shunts the exit delay system as well as the alarm contacts.
Inside Operation: Door is secured via the Magnalock. Egress without causing an alarm is accomplished via valid code on the Digital Entry keypad. Emergency egress is accomplished by actuating the Sargent 12-55-8876 and waiting for the 15-second release delay period. System reset is via the master keyed key switch.

Securitron System #05: Any exit door where free egress is permitted.
Outside Operation: Door is secured via the Magnalock. Entry is permitted using an optional entry device that releases the magnetic lock.
Inside Operation: Door is secured via the Magnalock. Free egress is accomplished by pushing on the TSB that de-energizes the lock. Note: Securitron System #05 has options using different locking mechanisms for different applications.

Securitron System #06: Two separate single door “Interlock” system, where high security or atmospheric integrity (Clean Room) is a must.
Outside Operation: Vestibule door #1 is closed and locked by the Magnalock. Entering an authorized user code on the keypad (or other switching device) will de-energize the lock and allow access into the vestibule. Once the first door  secures, the second door  can be accessed in the same manner.
Inside Operation: Door #2 is normally closed and locked by the Magnalock. Activation of the TSB will de-energize the lock and allow egress into the vestibule. Once the second door secures, the first door  can be used for egress in the same manner.

Securitron System #07: Three Door Interlock where high security or atmospheric integrity (Clean Room) is a must.
Outside Operation: Vestibule doors #1 and #2 are closed and locked by the Magnalock. Entering an authorized user code on the keypad (or other switching device) will de-energize the lock and allow access. Once the first or second door is secured, the third door is accessed in the same manner.
Inside Operation: Door #3 is normally closed and locked by the Magnalock. activation of the TSB will de-energize the lock and allow egress into the vestibule. Once door #3 secures, doors #1 or #2 can be used to egress in the same manner.

Securitron System #08: Public restrooms in parks and day use areas.
Outside Operation: Doors are unlocked during normal times of operation. Outside normal operation hours, the doors are locked by the Magnalock and access is gained by use of the key switch.
Inside Operation: Doors are unlocked during normal times of operation. Outside normal operation hours, egress is gained by use of the TSB.

Securitron System #09: Any exterior door where controlled access and free egress is required and there is a concern that the door might be blocked open against the will of the building owner or tenants. (i.e. secured parking, apartment and dorm buildings)
Outside Operation: Door is closed and locked by the Magnalock. Entering an authorized user code on the keypad (or other switching device) will de-energize the lock and allow access.
Inside Operation: Door is normally closed and locked by the Magnalock. TSB will de-energize the lock and allow egress. If the door is blocked or held open for longer than the time pre-set on the Door Prop Alarm (30 sec, 60 sec, 120 sec or 240 sec), an alarm will sound. The alarm will silence once the door is secured.

Securitron System #10: Utility or supply closet.
Outside Operation: Door is closed and locked by the Magnalock. Entering an authorized user code on the keypad will de-energize the lock and allow access.
Inside Operation: Door is closed and locked by the Magnalock. Depressing the Push Button (PB) will de-energize the lock directly and trigger the Request to Exit (REX) on the Digital Entry Keypad for a pre-programmed release period of 1-60 seconds to allow egress.

Securitron System #11:  Two door interlock with doors normally locked, with key switch for emergency override.
Outside Operation: Vestibule doors #1 and #2 are closed and locked by the Magnalock. Entering an authorized user code on the keypad (or other switching device) will de-energize the lock and allow access. Once door #1 secures, door #2 can be accessed in the same manner.
Inside Operation: Door #2 is normally closed and locked by the Magnalock. Activation of the TSB will de-energize the lock and allow egress into the vestibule. Once door #2 secures, door #1 can be used to egress in the same manner.

Securitron System #12: Any door with first man in option through the use of a seven-day Digital Timer (DT).
Outside Operation: From a scheduled time, the DT will lock and unlock the doors at specific times. If the program for the DT has passed its opening time and the closure on terminals 3 and 4 has not been broken, it will remain locked until a valid code has been entered on the keypad (or other switching device). That will de-energize the lock and allow access into the vestibule and will also allow the DT to unlock the doors for the remainder of the scheduled time. After hours the Digital Entry will allow entry.
Inside Operation: Egress though the use of the TSB. The TSB will de-energize the Magnalock at any time.

Securitron System #13: Two door interlock with doors normally unlocked, with key switch for emergency override.
Outside Operation: Vestibule doors #1 and #2 are closed. Opening door #1 will lock down door #2. Once door #1 secures, door #2 can be opened.
Inside Operation: Door #2 is normally closed. Opening door # 2 will lock down door # 1. Once door #2 secures, door #1 can be opened. Holding either door open will lock the other door down until that door is re-secured.

Securitron System #14:  Single access door with free egress and remote release.
Outside Operation: A valid code entry will unlock the door.
Inside Operation: Free egress is achieved through the TSB. There is also a remote request to exit button located in another area.

Securitron System #15: Single door with digital entry and a door prop alarm.
Outside Operation: Entering an authorized user code on the keypad will de-energize the lock and allow access.
Inside Operation: Egress is archived through the TSB. If the door is propped or left open for longer than specified time, the DPA will go into alarm. Alarm can be reset by key switch or put into bypass, which will allow the door to stay open for extended periods of time.

Securitron System #16: Single door with key entry and motion detector egress.
Outside Operation: Use of key switch triggers timer and de-energizes Magnalock for time set on Timer Module.
Inside Operation: Door #2 is normally closed and locked by the Magnalock. Motion detector allows egress and in case of failure, the EEB will de-energize Magnalock for 30 seconds.

Securitron System #17:  Single door with digital entry free egress. Hard code used to toggle lock off and on while user codes give momentary entry.
Outside Operation: User code will de-energize Magnalock momentarily while the hard code will toggle lock off and on.
Inside Operation: The TSB will de-energize the Magnalock at any time.

Securitron System #18:  Single door with digital entry, timer to unlock door during business hours and remote push button for request to exit.
Outside Operation: Entry of valid code will de-energize Magnalock and allow entry. DT will lock and unlock door at specific times.
Inside Operation: Free egress is achieved through latch on door and timer.

Securitron System #19:  Single door with digital entry and digital egress with maintained key switch for computer room or other secured area.
Outside Operation: from outside entry of a valid code will de-energize the Magnalock.
Inside Operation: Entry of a valid code will de-energize the Magnalock. The key switch will de-energize the Magnalock for extended periods of time.

Securitron System #20: Single door with digital entry, timer and motion detector.
Outside Operation: Entry of a valid code will de-energize the Magnalock. The DT-7 will lock and unlock the Magnalock at specific times.
Inside Operation: XMS will allow free egress at all times. In case of failure, the Emergency Exit Button will de-energize the Magnalock for 30 seconds.

Securitron System #21:  Single door key entry with UNL-24
Outside Operation: Key switch will unlock door.
Inside Operation: Free egress from lever set.

Securitron System #22:  Single door user code lockout through use of timer.
Outside Operation: Entry of a valid code will unlock the door.
Inside Operation: TSB From the inside touch sense bar will provide free egress at all times. DT-7 timer will lock out all user codes during specific times.

Securitron System #23: Two door digital entry with hard code used to toggle user codes off and on
Outside Operation: Entry of a valid code will unlock the door.
Inside Operation: Motion detector will unlock door. In case of failure, the EEB push button will unlock the door for 30 seconds. Entering the hard code will lock out the user codes until it is re-entered.

Securitron System #24:  Single door restroom using UNL-24
Outside Operation: Pushing the Push Button unlocks the door.
Inside Operation: Pressing the Push Button will lock the door and put the Zone Light Panel (ZLP) in the occupied state. When door is opened, the ZLP will change states, putting it in the available state. The key switch will override and unlock the door in case of emergency.
Securitron System #25:  Single door restroom park system.
Outside Operation: Doors are unlocked during park hours by use of the DT.
Inside Operation: In the event there is someone in the restroom when the timer locks the door, a Push Button allows exiting. The Master Key will allow staff to enter after hours.

For these systems to be functional, the entry(s) must be equipped with an operating closer. The door(s) must be properly operational; they must be capable of closing and the mechanical lock latching in order for the electromechanical lock to attach to the plate.

NOTE: Most Securitron Magnalock devices come with wire leads in varying lengths depending on the model. As a general rule, if longer wire runs are required, 18 gauge stranded wire is appropriate on a 12 volt system depending upon the total wire run. On a 24 volt system, 22 gauge wire is acceptable depending upon the total wire run. For specific wire gauge questions on longer runs or systems, call Tech Support at 800-624-5625.
Depending upon the application, each of the systems can be customized to meet a specific end users requirements. To discuss system customization, call Tech Support at 800-624-5625.

The Securitron MagnaCare® Lifetime Replacement Warranty covers all Securitron products. No product registration is required. Your product will be replaced forever for any reason, including but not limited to installation error; vandalism or act of God. Replacement is shipped next day air at Securitron’s expense if needed.

Finally, always check with your local authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) before installing an electronic access control system.

For more information, contact your local locksmith distributor or Securitron Magnalock Corp., 550 Vista Blvd., Sparks NV 89434. Telephone: 775-355-5625. Fax: 775-355-5636. Website: www.securitron.com            

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