Electronic Locks

  • Electromagnetic Locks: Approved, Listed, Recognized & Certified

    Maglocks are relatively inexpensive, work many door and gate types, have no moving parts and are reliable and cost effective.

    Article • October 1st, 2010

  • News You Can Use

    KEYS FOR TOOL BOXES There has been a significant increase in questions and code requests for tool box lock keys. We have access to many of the tool box key codes; however, there are many new tool box locks being introduced. For example, Kobalt Tool...

    Article • October 1st, 2010

  • Alvord Schools Network Access Control to Improve Security

    With this networked security system, school principals can lock every door immediately in case of emergency, using a master switch in the school office.

    Article • October 1st, 2010

  • NetworxTM

    ASIS Booth 3333 Alarm Lock's keyless access solutions delivers clean, fast deployment from one standalone door lock to thousands of inter-networked ones called Networx TM . Its most-popular, field-proven cylindrical Trilogy electronic access control...

    Product • September 16th, 2010

  • Master Electronic Keypad Deadbolt

    Master Lock's Electronic Keypad Deadbolt fits all doors with standard deadbolt prep and provides convenient, keyless access. It also includes patented NightWatch® deadbolt technology for enhanced security while meeting ANSI grade 2 standards. Eight...

    Product • September 14th, 2010

  • Zodiac-Lite Fingerprint Reader

    Enroll and manage up to 90 users right at the reader using the hand-held programmer. Use with a door control module to create a stand-alone door access control system

    Article • September 3rd, 2010

  • Early Warning System: RCI Early Warning EM Lock

    In this installation, the Early Warning EM Lock is used to separate two portions of a medical clinic and to alert owners to forced entry attempts.

    Article • September 3rd, 2010

  • SALTO XS4-Locker

    The SALTO XS4-Locker brings the advantages of electronic access control to the locker room. Upgrading from an existing mechanical lock is quick and easy. The old lock is removed and the XS4-Locker simply fitted in its place. No wiring is required, power...

    Product • August 13th, 2010

  • S&G 2740® High Security Lock

    The Sargent and Greenleaf 2740 high security lock is specifically designed to secure General Services Administration (GSA) approved containers and vault doors that require a lock meeting Federal Specification FF-L-2740A. Its sophisticated...

    Product • August 13th, 2010

  • Access 700R

    Corbin Russwin's Access 700R PWI1 Series of Intelligent WiFi products offers comprehensive access control for campus housing and facilities. It connects as often or as little as specified by an administrator; while decisions about user access are...

    Product • August 12th, 2010

  • Schlage Adds CO-Series to Electronic Lineup

    Open platform CO-Series locks are available in three configurations: cylindrical, mortise and mortise deadbolt.

    Article • August 5th, 2010

  • Complete Surface Mount Electric Strikes

    Because no cut is required in the jamb, surface-mounted electric strikes have become a viable choice.

    Article • August 5th, 2010

  • ASSA ABLOY’s Baker Addresses The Future of Mechanical Locks and Electronic Access Control

    End-users are spending 20 times as much on electronic access control systems as on mechanical lock systems. As a result, locksmiths are selling complete electromechanical systems instead of standalone locks.

    Article • August 5th, 2010

  • E-Plex 5800 Series Meets FIPS 201 Requirements

    The E-Plex 5800 series is an economical solution to online systems which may not be practical or affordable in many applications.

    Article • August 5th, 2010

  • LpLocks

    From basic needs, to feature rich electronic, or mechanical locks, with hundreds of thousands tested in the field, LpLocks are simple to install; simple to use; extremely reliable abd all competitively priced! LpLOCKS has a business history of almost...

    Product • July 15th, 2010