Mechanical Locks

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  • M3 Logic

    Medeco Security Locks has launched its newest Logic electronic cylinder platform, M³ Logic. The compact M³ Logic key is patent protected against duplication, holds up to 1,000 audit events, features multiple time schedules, and incorporates both visible...

    Product • October 5th, 2011

  • Adams Rite Steel Hawk 4300: Mechanical and Electrical Access Control

    The Steel Hawk makes it easy to electrify an aluminum entrance door. It is non-handed out of the box and it interfaces with existing Adams Rite hardware and the new 4600 Designer Series handles.

    Article • June 29th, 2011

  • Transitioning Into Electronics

    Haddon Locksmith (www.haddonlock.com) owner Jim Sundstrond started working as a locksmith in 1988, back when the job mainly involved cutting keys and installing deadbolts. Today, he estimates that electronics accounts for at least 40 percent of his...

    Article • May 4th, 2011

  • Napco Introducing New Products at ISC West

    Products include Alarm Lock Networx™ new Prox ID and PIN code keypads and 2-door access controller and the Marks USA Triple Play, consisting of Grade 1 Mortise & Cylindrical Locksets, Panic Devices and Door Closers.

    Press Release • April 4th, 2011

  • T37 T-Bolt Drawer Lock

    Olympus Lock, Inc. announces the T37 Series T-bolt lock for metal bank drawers such as manufactured by Diebold, LeFebure and Mosler. In keeping with the rest of our product line, this innovative product incorporates features that make rekeying fast and...

    Product • March 31st, 2011

  • Bridging The Gap Between Mechanical And Electronic Security

    Medeco’s Hybrid product line, released in 2008, was developed in conjunction with HID, an Assa Abloy sister company and a leader in RFID technology. Medeco approached HID with a demanding requirement which was to build an RFID reader which could fit a...

    Article • February 8th, 2011

  • LpLOCKS Model #ML-2M

    When compared to traditional mechanical lock installation requirements, the unique lock design of the Model #ML-2M mechanical lock eliminates the need to remove the back cover, no possibility of parts falling out, and no spline key is needed. Using...

    Product • February 7th, 2011

  • Securitron EMB

    ISC West Booth 11067 The Securitron electromechanical bar (EMB) is a non-latching, 100% mechanical exit bar designed for use on magnetically locked, non-fire-rated doors - or as an initiate device for a delayed egress timer. Pushing the bar activates...

    Product • January 28th, 2011

  • Improving Home Security

      Home security has become more complex with the introduction of electromechanical locks and the additional benefits they provide. However, unlike commercial and institutional facilities, residential security does not appear to be embracing the...

    Article • January 4th, 2011

  • News Briefs

    Mul-T-Lock USA Launches MT5®+ Mul-T-Lock’s sophisticated all new, 5th generation platform, the MT5+ locking system, utilizes keys and cylinders with a long-life patent extending to 2025 and includes a triple locking mechanism defined by: A new...

    Article • December 13th, 2010

  • Q&A: The Job of a University Locksmith

    Ledger technical editor Jerry Levine recently sat down with a lock shop supervisor for a major university. Topics of discussion included the duties of an institutional locksmith, hardware choices and future trends towards more electronic door hardware...

    Article • October 1st, 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

  • 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

  • Transitioning from Mechanical to Electronic Locks

    What is involved when customer wants to change from metal keys to electronic access control?

    Article • July 6th, 2010

  • PD Series Hospital Locks

    Marks USA PD Series Hospital Push/Pull Mortise and Cylindrical style locksets, designed for use in healthcare facilities, feature an improved short retraction angle, particularly beneficial when a simple push or pull on the paddle using your elbow or...

    Product • June 22nd, 2010

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