Adding electronic access control is easy and reliable with Adams Rite access control products — known throughout the industry for their quality and strength. Adams Rite brings proven knowledge and experience in mechanical hardware to the demands of electronic access control. Whatever the application, a range of dependable devices are available.
Power Sources and Transfers
- Entry Trim
- Latch Pulls
- Electric Strikes
- Keypads, Push Buttons and Key Switches
- Electrified Exit Devices
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Trilogy® DL2800 Electronic Audit Trail Lock
The DL2800® economical audit trail pushbutton lock features 150 scheduled events, 200 user codes, 1,000-event log and real-time clock. It is also weather-resistant. The DL2800 offers four time-out functions and is available in standard key override and interchangeable core models. With a timed entry allowance from 5-15 seconds, audit trail with Time/Date Stamp for a printable record of all electronic activity and "Temporary Keypad Lock Out" after 3 unsuccessful code-entry attempts, the DL2800 is at the height of security. For more information, visit www.alarmlock.com.
RCI's new U.L. Listed 10-5 Power Supply is housed in a rugged and attractive enclosure that includes an exclusive drop-down lid. With the simple slide of a switch, it's also field-selectable (12VDC/5AMP, or 24VDC/3AMP). Inside the enclosure, it has a unique 110VAC receptacle for use with power tools or lights so installers and service people don't have to search for outlets and run extension cords. Safety features for this Class II Power Supply include short circuit protection, low battery monitor/AC failure output relays, auto sensing AC input and fire/life safety emergency release, with end of line supervision and ground fault detection. In addition, the 10-5 has a filtered/regulated DC output and multiple fire panel interconnect capabilities -- all in a competitively priced, field-serviceable, modular design. For more information, visit www.rutherfordcontrols.com.
Command Access PM-100
Command Access is now offering a product to be used with electrified latch-pullback exit devices. The PM-100 is a microprocessor-driven module that is compatible with leading manufacturers' electric latch-pullback exit devices using "dual coil" type solenoids. The unit mounts locally in the bar and provides the needed solenoid switching along with a momentary current boost, allowing an exit device to be run up to 300 feet with 18-gauge wire from the power supply. For more information, visit www.commandaccess.com.
Securitron's MGL (mortise glass lock) is now available with a paddle in addition to the traditional handle. The paddle offers continuous or intermittent duty, as with the traditional handle, with Clear Aluminum or Oil-Rubbed Bronze finishes. Both handles are also available with 1-1/8" or 31/32" backsets. For more information, visit www.securitron.com.
SDC Digital Lockset
Battery powered, the new SDC E7232G1B is an indoor/outdoor standalone digital lockset that incorporates all the features needed for 32 users. This lock retrofits existing door preps and is installed in less than 10 minutes. It is keypad programmable and features include temporary users, keypad lockout, passage and first manager to arrive modes, eight scheduled holidays and clutch for vandal resistance. It comes in choice of UL Listed Grade 1 cylindrical or mortise lock. For more information, visit www.sdcsecurity.com.
The new Mortise Auto Deadbolt lock (ADB) provides the highest possible level of security by combining a rugged mortise lock with OSI's outstanding software features and reliability. Pictured is an OM2000-ADB magnetic card reader Auto Deadbolt Mortise system. These systems may be keypad-only, magnetic card with or without-keypad, or HID proximity card with or without-keypad, and these double-sided locks are available with audit trail. These locks have clutching levers and have mechanical key bypass with optional audit-trail key detection. For more information, visit www.omnilock.com.
Manufactured by Yale® Commercial Locks & Hardware, SecureX is a delayed-egress exit device. SecureX is an electromechanical device used to secure interior or exterior openings. When armed, it delays egress for 15 or 30 seconds upon depression of a push pad. The product is ideally suited for a variety of commercial applications, including retail stores, computer rooms, hospitals, nursing homes, airports and government buildings. For more information, visit www.yalecommercial.com.