Locks & maglocks
Locks and locking magnets
Maglocks Must have a DC supply, usually 12V but better with a 24V supply if wiring allows. The door is secure while power is ON. The controller relay needs to have a NC contact. Doors may need a separate night time deadlock in case of power fail.
Door strikes An electric door strike replaces the fixed face plate on the door frame. It uses the existing door mounted latch. Most door strikes are fail secure, require 12Vdc to unlock, though some unlock when power is OFF.
Door releases These are used on heavy doors or gates. The release is mounted on the door, engaging in a surface face plate on the frame. Relatively high current means separate power supplies may be required. Check the controller relay rating.
Heavy duty bolts are used on security gates. They need a high current DC power supply or a bolt interface circuit.
- 82N – Standard magnet (1200)Our Price £333.53 £277.94 Regular Price £392.39
The Magnetic lock uses an electrical current to produce a magnetic force. When a current is passed through the coil, the magnet lock becomes magnetized. The door will be securely bonded when the electromagnet is energized holding against the armature plate (Power required to lock).Learn More