A cabinet lock can be used where secure locking of cabinets and drawers is essential and event tracking is of importance. It is especially recommended for use in public cloak-rooms, offices handling confidential data, drawers containing keys, arms cases etc.. Another range of use is in public swimming pools lockers.
The locked item can be opened only after the pin, inserted into the electromagnetic lock, is released.
The control unit (not included in the lock delivery) checks the access of the agent and sends an electric impulse to the electric lock to release the blocked pin. The standard version of the lock can lock and unlock the secured item as opposed to locks with status indication feature that also give a signal about the pin´s position.
|Table of locks EZS|
|EZS||12 - 24||standard|
|EZS-S||12 - 24||signaling|
|EZS-P||12 - 24||spring|
|EZS-PS||12 - 24||signaling, spring|
|EZS-2VK||12 - 24||integrated dual|
|EZS-R||12 - 24||reverse|
|EZS-RS||12 - 24||reverse, signaling|
|NO-K||stainless steel casing to lock|
|NO-D||stainless steel casing for a dual lock|
|Table of locks ZS|
|ZS||12 - 24||standard|
|ZS-L||12 - 24||signaling|
|ZS-S||12 - 24||standard, key|
|ZS-SL||12 - 24||standard, key, signaling|
|ZS-B||12 - 24||reverse|
|ZS-BL||12 - 24||reverse, signaling|