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  • Growth of Electric Strikes, Maglocks To Outperform Mechanical Locks

    Increasing popularity of electronic access control systems cited in IHS report

    News • January 9th, 2014

  • The Advantages of Electromechanical Locking Systems

    With electromechanical keys and locks, the end user can instantly change access to any lock cylinder or key and obtain audit information. And installation is as simple as replacing existing mechanical lock cylinders with an electronic lock cylinder

    Article • January 2nd, 2013

  • Add Maglocks to Your Product Lineup

    Maglocks are quiet, durable and have no moving parts to wear out. They are easy to installed, work with electronic access control devices and can be wired into a fire alarm system to release the door during an emergency.

    Article • November 2nd, 2012

  • M680 Series Low Profile Magnalock®

    The sleek, low profile M680 series from Securitron delivers unsurpassed intelligence, style and convenience. Combining options for integrated video surveillance and motion detection with a bracket-mounted install, the Securitron M680 is the smartest, most...

    Product • August 2nd, 2012

  • Delayed Egress Maglock

    BEA’s new Delayed Egress Maglock offers a code compliant, all-in-one locking system for single outward swinging perimeter doors. The electromagnetic lock provides security for applications requiring loss prevention, life safety and traffic control...

    Product • March 16th, 2012

  • 350 EMLock®

    SDC's new failsafe 350 Narrow Line EMLock® retrofits the discontinued Locknetics 350+ Maglock. This new electromagnetic lock has 1200lb holding force and an unobtrusive design that blends into high profile, architecturally superior narrow frame...

    Product • February 3rd, 2012

  • Code Requirements for Electromagnetic Locks

    The newer IBC section, Electromagnetically Locked Egress Doors, allows a door-mounted release device.

    Article • February 2nd, 2012

  • High Security Cylinders and Keys Go Electronic

    The evolution of mechanical locks into electromechanical locks has been occurring for more than a quarter of a century. The electromechanical lock offers many benefits that are not possible when controlling access with a mechanical lock. Many of these...

    Article • January 9th, 2012

  • Mag Lock Attractions: When, Where, How?

    The type of door and frame, the swing of the door, and the adjacent walls and ceilings factor into the selection of the proper maglock.

    Article • November 2nd, 2011

  • Electrifying Door Hardware – Four Scenarios

    A reception area, hotel side entrance, X-ray lab and manufacturing facility all get varying levels of electronic access control

    Article • November 2nd, 2011

  • Exit Check

    The Exit Check® electromagnetic delayed egress lock is designed to delay egress through perimeter exit doors for 15 or 30 seconds. Concurrently, an alarm sounds while security and personnel are alerted of unauthorized egress. Compatible with access...

    Product • August 16th, 2011

  • 2011/2012 U.S. Lock Master Catalog

    U.S. Lock has released its new 2011/2012 U.S. Lock Master Catalog , containing hundreds of new commercial and residential security hardware and access control, automotive, electronics, and safe products. U.S. Lock has added the Stanley Grade 1...

    Product • June 23rd, 2011

  • Getting Into The Swing of Things

    Our locksmith shop welcomes the challenge of supplying electronic access controls on exterior gates as it is a change of pace and another activity to add to our portfolio of indoor services. Sometimes the requirement is for a total turn-key...

    Article • June 3rd, 2011

  • 2010 Locksmith Ledger Editorial Index

    This reference is issued as a continuation of the annual Locksmith Ledger Editorial Index. The listings cover the material that was published in the Locksmith Ledger during 2010. The purpose of this section, as well as previous supplements, is to...

    Article • January 5th, 2011

  • 8371 Surface MiniMag

    For Single Outswinging Interior Doors Our low-profile MiniMags® have been extremely popular for interior traffic control. These short electromagnetic locks install perfectly alongside most automatic door operators or stop-mounted door hardware...

    Product • December 23rd, 2010

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