The electromechanical safety locks with self-locking and panic function guarantee maximum mechanical security for use in security-relevant doors and combine maximum user comfort with convenient operation.
Due to the panic function, they are suitable for use on doors in escape and rescue routes in accordance with current European standards and can also be used in fire doors.
All locks are approved according to DIN EN 179 with the supplied fitting as well as according to DIN EN 1125 (separate panic bars required).
The electromechanical safety mortise locks impress with comprehensive status messages. The contacts monitor: Deadbolt off / deadbolt on, control latch, lever handle actuation, sabotage loop and profile cylinder.
The mechanical saftey lock is mainly used where an insurance-related locking of the door must be guaranteed by a 20 mm bolt exclusion.
The mortise lock with handle lock is mainly used where the advantage of a handle-controlled unlocking must be combined with the mechanical security requirements of the security lock. The setting of the panic side as well as the selection between idle and working current is done on the lock if required.
There are locks for tubular frame doors and for use in solid leaf doors. They are supplied with matching fittings.
Features of electromechanical safety locks:
- Self-locking with cross latch and bolt
- Mechanical sequence control between cross and control latch
- Integrated panic function via inside lever handle
- Changeover function for unlocking via key from outside
- Suitable for installation in fire doors
- Approved according to DIN EN 1125 and DIN EN 179
- Integrated monitoring contacts
- For locks with lever handle lock: Small backset: 15 mm