On many door control systems, it's necessary to make electrical connections to devices on the moving door. One example would be an exit bar-type device mounted on the door which signals the access control system to release an electromagnetic lock or shunt out the alarm system. The most basic way...
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In the hardware kit supplied with the Simplex 5000, there are four set screws. Although only one set screw is required for the exterior lever, and one set screw is required for the interior lever, Kaba wisely furnishes two of each since these set screws are very tiny and easy to drop and lose. So you get a second chance for each lever. So first off, be more careful and don't lose the screws, because they are 8-32 and will work for plugging up the access hole. All you need is an 8-32 tap. The Allen wrench is supplied with the Simplex 5000 to install the plug and you can use the same Allen wrench to remove the plug when you need to change the combo.
The Zodiac Lite Kit comes with a single reader, door control module, and hand-held programmer. No cards, PC, or software are required.
In addition to its standalone capability,the Zodiac 250 can be incorporated into an existing access control system using switchable 26-bit Weigand format or Cansec 37-bit proprietary format.
An electric strike is a latching mechanism that operates electrically to secure or release the extended latch or bolt of a mechanical lock or exit device. When an electric strike releases the latching...