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The lock mounts rigidly to the door frame and the armature mounts to the door (Fig. 19.53). When the door is closed, the two make contact; on activation of the lock, the two are attracted to each other. The door, for all practical purposes, is bonded solidly to the frame. Ten years ago, such a lock would have been priced out of reach, but today it is possible for almost any business or institution to afford one. As a locksmith, you must be prepared for and familiar with this unconventional lock. Security Engineering, the leader and major proponent of electromagnetic locks, lists these major features:
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A high holding (1500 pounds). Effectively seals the door from both sides, keeping intruders out and/or valuables safely in. Conserves energy. The efficient low power consumption design (2 amps) ensures a long life and economical operating cost for the lock. High reliability. Recommended for high trafficked openings with extreme usage, where conventional locks, locks with moving parts, or electromagnetic locks with a lesser holding force may not be capable of withstanding the abuse. Fully fail safe. Locking and unlocking is positive and instantaneous, with no residual magnetism or moving parts that might stick, jam, bind, wear out, and/or need replacement. Extremely low maintenance. No maintenance or adjustments are required after initial installation. Exclusive mounting design. This permits rapid efficient installation in new or existing buildings and automatically compensates for normal door wear, sag, warping, or misalignment.
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Figure 19.53 Model 3900 electromagnetic lock. (Security
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Figure 19.54 Model 3900 installation layout. (Security Engi-
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Self-contained unit. It is completely factory wired with all options for the unit already built in, fully concealed, and tamper-resistant. There is only one external wire connection to make. Four operating voltages. 12 Vdc, standard 12 Vac, 24 Vdc, and 24 Vac.
Figure 19.54 illustrates a typical installation and the various features (standard and optional) that can come with a unit.
Series 3900 electromagnetic lock
It is important that, prior to installing an electromagnetic lock, you handle the equipment with care. Damaging the mating surfaces of the armature may
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reduce its locking efficiency. The electromagnet mounts rigidly to the door frame header. The armature mounts to the door with special hardware provided that allows it to pivot about its center to compensate for door wear and misalignment. All template use must take place with the door in its normal closed position. The lock face is covered with a rust-inhibiting film. This should not be removed. If the film is accidentally removed, clean the lock face with a dry, soft cloth (do not touch the lock face with your hands) and reapply a rust inhibitor such as MI (manufactured by Starret) or LPS3 (manufactured by LPS Laboratories); these rust inhibitors are readily available in most hardware stores. Then, apply a light film of rust inhibitor generously to the armature face.
Mounting. Note the type of door frame header and install the filler place or
angle bracket as required (Fig. 19.55). 1. Fold the template (Fig. 19.56) where indicated to form a 90 angle. For a swinging door, place the template against the door header and door opposite the hinge side of the door jamb. For a pair of swinging doors, place the template against the door and door header at the center of the door opening. Transfer the hole locations to the door and door frame header. 2. Follow the template instructions for the specific hole sizes required. See Fig. 19.56 to determine the proper armature mounting hole preparation. The hole is designated as the mark in Fig. 19.56. 3. Mount the armature to the door with the hardware provided as shown in the figures. 4. Install the mounting plate to the header with the five #10 screws. 5. Fasten the Model 3900 lock to the mounting plate with the two socket screws and compensate for any misalignment by adding or subtracting washers at the armature mounting screws.
Figure 19.55 Door frame header determination tells you if a filler plate, angle bracket, or nothing will be required. (Security Engineering, Inc.)
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