Electronic Locks

  • E-Plex 3700 Prox

    Kaba Access Control introduces the E-Plex 3700 Series Narrow Stile PIN/PROX Lock, now part of its E-Plex product line. The E-Plex 3700 is an electronic PIN and/or PROX lock for narrow stile aluminum glass doors and works with HID®'s PROX credentials...

    Product • April 23rd, 2009

  • Adams Rite eFORCE 150: Retrofit Aluminum Glass Storefront Door

    The Adams Rite eForce 150 takes the place of the exterior trim and changes the operation of the mortise cylinder to mechanical override. We installed the eForce onto a section of narrow stile aluminum/glass storefront door extrusion.

    Article • April 1st, 2009

  • Opening The Door To Standalone Biometrics

    Two market drivers of biometrics are convenience and security. New products from BioAxxis, Bio-View, Marks USA and eKey USA deliver both convenience and added security.

    Article • April 1st, 2009

  • General Lock Helix 100: Stand-Alone Fingerprint Door Security

    Designed to operate in outdoor and indoor applications, the Helix 100 can be used to control virtually any electrical device including lighting, switching and security systems.

    Article • April 1st, 2009

  • Wire Basics

    Choosing and connecting the wires for access control installations

    Article • March 1st, 2009

  • Installing the Alarm Lock DL5300: Dual-Sided Trilogy X2

    With security becoming a greater concern for people as well as property, the introduction of the Alarm Lock 5300 series dual-sided Trilogy is especially important for protecting fenced perimeters. Non-public areas of day care centers, pre-schools...

    Article • March 1st, 2009

  • CL1100 Series Electronic Cam Lock

    Codelocks new CL1100 Series electronic cam lock provides additional features for special applications. These include: 20 repeat-use or single-use user access codes; 1-Code or 2-Code access mode when used for dual custody applications, automatic locking...

    Product • February 18th, 2009

  • Dynalock 3101B Series Satisfies Life Safety Codes and Meets High Security Needs

    The most common applications include outdoor gate locks or inswing doors which require delayed egress functionality.

    Article • February 1st, 2009

  • An Overview of Hospital Hardware

    Hospital security hardware and locks must comply with Life Safety codes and other standards.

    Article • February 1st, 2009

  • A Series Keypads

    Alarm Lock Systems has introduced three unique keypads, each of which controls access of a single entry point with up to 150 user codes. Alarm Lock's A-Series family of 12/24VAC/DC keypads are all stainless steel and two are weatherproof models that...

    Product • January 21st, 2009

  • Trilogy Privacy Locks

    Alarm Lock will soon introduce an enhanced version of its Trilogy 4100 and 4500 privacy locks featuring an interior LED on the inside housing which indicates when the privacy session is active. A self-stick instructional sign helps guide customers on...

    Product • January 21st, 2009

  • Hospital Products Brochure

    Download Alarm Lock's new Health Care Brochure today to learn about low-cost, easy-to-install lock offerings to the medical community. Alarm Lock's Grade 1 BHMA certified standalone access control locks are feature rich with audit trail, multi-users and...

    Product • January 21st, 2009

  • eLock

    The CompX eLock is an access control device that utilizes 802.11g wireless protocol or Ethernet connection for two-way communication. The eLock provides an audit trail of access attempts and allows controlled access through PIN, or with access cards...

    Product • January 21st, 2009

  • Installing the CompX HORIZONTAL MOUNT REFRIGERATOR LOCK

    Proximity cards were programmed to accommodate the name badges of the employees who required access to the freezer.

    Article • January 1st, 2009

  • Access Control Goes Wireless

    Wireless systems are ideal for any retrofit or new construction application where wiring is difficult or impractical, or where the cost of traditional wired online access control is prohibitive.

    Article • January 1st, 2009