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New Electric Locks From Abloy

Abloy Security has a new range of electric locks that provide multiple functions from a single lockcase, giving your customers an advanced and effective security solution, while reducing your stockholding, specification and installation costs.

Designed to enable a single electric lock system to be used for most applications, the new DIN range is non-handed, 12-24V, fail locked or unlocked, with all of these options being easily selectable during installation. In addition, the locks are available with a choice of motor or solenoid operation, can be fitted on all types of timber and metal doors, and can be used to retrofit an equivalent lockcase within the previous series.

The range offers the most comprehensive selection of status monitoring of any electric lock currently available, including bolt position, door open, cylinder and handle operation.

They have developed the DIN range to comply with the latest EN standards, including EN179 and EN1125 for emergency and panic exit doors and EN1634-1 for fire resistance, and have been fully tested to the impending standards for burglary, prEN1627, and mechanical resistance, prEN12209-1. Secure, flexible and versatile, the range ensures you will never be without the right electric lockcase, and with the ABLOY high security DIN door cylinders and Futura handles they can now supply you with a complete package one source.

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