Electronic locks

Electronic and electromagnetic locks are modern solutions in the field of security systems to control access to various rooms and facilities.

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Electronic Lock - What Is It?

Electronic locks are advanced security devices that use electronics to control access to rooms and buildings. When combined with various access control systems like RFID card readers or biometric scanners, they can replace traditional mechanical keys with various forms of authentication such as access cards, PIN codes, biometric recognition, or mobile applications. They are widely used in various sectors, from hotels and office buildings to educational institutions and government facilities, where not only security is needed but also flexibility and efficiency in space management.

Electronic lock for access control

Electronic Lock vs. Electromagnetic Lock

There are two types of locks used to control access to buildings and rooms: electronic locks and electromagnetic locks. They differ primarily in their mode of operation.

Electronic Lock

Electronic locks are security devices that operate on the principle of an electronic locking or unlocking mechanism. They can be controlled by various authentication methods such as PIN codes, access cards, biometrics, or mobile applications.

The operation of electronic locks is based on an electrical mechanism that, upon receiving the appropriate signal from the authentication system (e.g., entering the correct code or presenting an authorized card), activates the door unlocking mechanism. These locks are most commonly connected to a constant power source.

Electronic locks can be part of a larger access control system and work in conjunction with alarm systems, monitoring systems, mobile access management applications, or other electronic security systems such as access control card readers for RFID cards, fingerprint scanners, or passwords.

Electronic locks are used in offices, hotels, residential complexes, public institutions, and anywhere access control is required.

Electromagnetic Lock

Electromagnetic locks, also known as electromagnetic door holders, operate on the principle of electromagnetism. They consist of an electromagnet and a metal plate. When the electromagnet is powered, it attracts the metal plate, keeping the door closed.

These locks operate by generating a strong magnetic field when connected to a power source. The magnetic field attracts the metal plate mounted on the door, effectively blocking the door from opening. When the power is turned off, the magnetic field disappears, and the door can be opened freely. Thus, when connected to a specific access control system, we gain the ability to unlock the door using various authentication methods such as RFID cards, passwords, or fingerprints.

Similar to electronic locks, electromagnetic locks can be integrated with various access control systems, alarm systems, video surveillance, and building management systems (BMS).

Electromagnetic locks are often used in places requiring very high levels of security, such as banks, laboratories, server rooms, as well as in office buildings and schools. They are popular in evacuation systems where the ability to quickly unlock doors in case of emergencies is required.

Electromagnetic lock for access control SecureEntry-ML200

Electromagnetic lock for access control on front door SecureEntry-ML200 Electromagnetic lock for access control on front door SecureEntry-ML200
Type of device: Two-wire electromagnetic lock for single entrance door Magnet power: Up to 280 kg Voltage: DC12V and 24V Input working current: 450 mA
Electronic lock for front door with DC12V access control SecureEntry-EL300 Electronic lock for front door with DC12V access control SecureEntry-EL300
Voltage : DC12V Input current: 200mA Initial current: 1,3A Grip power: up to 1000 kg The right type of door: frameless glass
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Electronic lock with deadbolt for DC12V 450mA access control SecureEntry-EL100 Electronic lock with deadbolt for DC12V 450mA access control SecureEntry-EL100
Voltage: DC12V Working current: 450mA Grip power: Up to 1000 kg The right type of door: wooden doors/glass doors/fire doors/metal doors
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Electronic and electromagnetic locks are modern solutions in the field of security systems to control access to various rooms and facilities.

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Electronic Lock - What Is It?

Electronic locks are advanced security devices that use electronics to control access to rooms and buildings. When combined with various access control systems like RFID card readers or biometric scanners, they can replace traditional mechanical keys with various forms of authentication such as access cards, PIN codes, biometric recognition, or mobile applications. They are widely used in various sectors, from hotels and office buildings to educational institutions and government facilities, where not only security is needed but also flexibility and efficiency in space management.

Electronic lock for access control

Electronic Lock vs. Electromagnetic Lock

There are two types of locks used to control access to buildings and rooms: electronic locks and electromagnetic locks. They differ primarily in their mode of operation.

Electronic Lock

Electronic locks are security devices that operate on the principle of an electronic locking or unlocking mechanism. They can be controlled by various authentication methods such as PIN codes, access cards, biometrics, or mobile applications.

The operation of electronic locks is based on an electrical mechanism that, upon receiving the appropriate signal from the authentication system (e.g., entering the correct code or presenting an authorized card), activates the door unlocking mechanism. These locks are most commonly connected to a constant power source.

Electronic locks can be part of a larger access control system and work in conjunction with alarm systems, monitoring systems, mobile access management applications, or other electronic security systems such as access control card readers for RFID cards, fingerprint scanners, or passwords.

Electronic locks are used in offices, hotels, residential complexes, public institutions, and anywhere access control is required.

Electromagnetic Lock

Electromagnetic locks, also known as electromagnetic door holders, operate on the principle of electromagnetism. They consist of an electromagnet and a metal plate. When the electromagnet is powered, it attracts the metal plate, keeping the door closed.

These locks operate by generating a strong magnetic field when connected to a power source. The magnetic field attracts the metal plate mounted on the door, effectively blocking the door from opening. When the power is turned off, the magnetic field disappears, and the door can be opened freely. Thus, when connected to a specific access control system, we gain the ability to unlock the door using various authentication methods such as RFID cards, passwords, or fingerprints.

Similar to electronic locks, electromagnetic locks can be integrated with various access control systems, alarm systems, video surveillance, and building management systems (BMS).

Electromagnetic locks are often used in places requiring very high levels of security, such as banks, laboratories, server rooms, as well as in office buildings and schools. They are popular in evacuation systems where the ability to quickly unlock doors in case of emergencies is required.

Electromagnetic lock for access control SecureEntry-ML200