The new Codelocks CL5000 Series stand alone electronic access control systems feature heavy duty electronic pushbutton locks, constructed of zinc castings with PVD process finishes. A square steel spindle drives the latching mechanism. The exterior assembly has a water-resistant housing and a coated...
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The new Codelocks CL5000 Series stand alone electronic access control systems feature heavy duty electronic pushbutton locks, constructed of zinc castings with PVD process finishes. A square steel spindle drives the latching mechanism. The exterior assembly has a water-resistant housing and a coated circuit board. The CL5000 Series pushbutton systems are equipped with a six-pin tumbler ?C? keyway lock cylinder in the exterior lever. This two-function lock cylinder provides emergency override and the ability to mechanically change the mode of operation between passage and controlled access.
Two versions of the CL5000 Series electronic access control systems are available: the CL5010 and the CL5050. The CL5010 is equipped with a tubular dead latch designed for installation into a 2-3/4? or 2-3/8? backset onto a 1-3/4? thick door. The CL5050 is equipped with a mortise chassis latchset. The CL5050 is designed for 1-3/4? thick doors. Both of these models are available in back-to-back versions for code entry and code exit. The CL5000 Series locksets have field-reversible levers.
The CL5000 Series are keypad-operated electronic locks that can accommodate up to 90 four- to six -digit User Codes, a One Time User Code, and a Master Code. The length of the Master Code determines the length of the User Codes. Changing the length of the Master Code erases all of the User Codes. Non-volatile memory keeps settings even if the batteries are removed. Once the proper operating code has been entered, the default unlock time is four seconds. The unlock time can be set from two to nine seconds.
Programming and access are obtained through the 12-button telephone style keypad. To enter the master code, the ?#? key must first be pressed, then the four to six digits of the code. The Master Code is required in order to program the lock. Programming features include the ability to add, suspend, restore, and remove a single user code or all user codes. An additional feature is the ability to electronically set the lock into passage mode for code-free access.
Note: When operating the lock, the ?#? key is not required when entering any of the user codes.
For remote access, the Codelocks 5000 has two sets of terminals. REM 1 is designed for hardwired access using a momentary release, such as a receptionist?s pushbutton. REM 2 can be incorporated into a fire alarm system to provide access during an emergency.
The Codelocks 5000 incorporates Piezo electronics into the design of the lock actuator. Piezo electronics require minute amounts of current to move the blocking finger to unlock and relock the device. According to Codelocks, four AA batteries will provide over 500,000 operations. The low battery warning first occurs after a code is entered. The red LED will flash five times before blue LED signals the code has been accepted and access can be gained.
Codelocks will be introducing an interchangeable core lever model that can be ordered as a retrofit lever or complete lockset.
For more information, contact your locksmith distributor or Codelocks LLC, 2930-B College Ave, Costa Mesa, CA 92626. Telephone: 714-979-2900. Website: www.Codelocks.us.