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Series 1300 mortise solenoid lock
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A more compact but just as effective lock is the 1300 series mortise solenoid lock (Fig. 19.63). This mortise solenoid-activated deadbolt is designed primarily for installation in new construction, with emphasis on tamper resistance and unit concealment. On activation of the solenoid, the deadbolt projects 1 2 inch from the faceplate or retracts 1 2 inch to flush with the faceplate, depending on the solenoid selected and used. The standard features of this lock unit are as follows:
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Fail-safe and fail-secure operation. The unit automatically unlocks when power is interrupted. Compact size. 13 8 inch in diameter 41 2 inches long. Voltage and current draw are the same as the 2200 series.
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Electrical Keyless Locks Simplex keyless security locks have also kept pace with electrically operated locks and latch units. The Simplex keyless entrance control is a wall-mounted
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Figure 19.62 Strikes. (Security
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Figure 19.63 Series 1300 mortise solenoid lock.
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unit control for electrical door locks (Fig. 19.64) and has a built-in, adjustable, time delay feature not found in other, currently available units. Eliminating key control problems in high-risk areas, for home or business, is a distinct and great advantage. The Simplex entrance control is an easy yet very secure installation. The unit is secured by two rugged draw bolts that pass completely through the wall. The bolts can be cut to any desired length to permit installation in walls from 4 to 11 inches thick (Fig. 19.65). The adjustable timer delay of 15 to 20 seconds permits locating the control at any convenient position near or by the door. Two styles of front mounting plates are included to meet varying installation needs. One is 31 4 inches wide 95 8 inches high; the smaller is 13 4 81 2 inches. Both front mounting plates are made of stainless steel. Security features for this unit include the following:
A special visual shield for each entrance control unit to protect against unauthorized observation of the button sequence operation. If the control knob is forced by pliers or other tools, it will spin free without activating the electrical circuit. The electrical terminals and wire leads are protected against a short circuit attack by a heavy-duty metal back cover that completely encloses the entire electro-mechanical device inside the wall.
The Simplex/Unican Model 2000-15 is used by many businesses (Fig. 19.66). It can be used with many leading brands of surface-mounted panic exit
Figure 19.64 Wall-mounted elec-
trical control unit for door lock or latch. (Simplex Access Controls Corp.)
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Figure 19.65 Lock unit can be mounted on any thickness wall up to 11 inches. (Simplex Access Controls Corp.)
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19.66 Unican 2000-15 unit used with an emergency exit panic bar. (Simplex Access Controls Corp.)
devices. Another popular unit is the Model TM pushbutton lock (Fig. 19.67), which can be used in both businesses and homes.
The Memorilok system
A sophisticated digital access control system that does not require a console board or monitoring station is available. The Memorilok system has two basic units: an access control keyboard (Fig. 19.68) and a program unit (Fig. 19.69). With these two units, 10,000 combinations are available to the customer. Now there is a third optional piece of equipment, the card reader (Fig. 19.70), that provides a substantially higher degree of security integrity.
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Figure 19.67 Model TM lock installed
Figure 19.68 Pushbutton con-
in an office cabinet. (Simplex Access Controls Corp.)
trol unit.
Figure 19.69 Programmer
unit.
Figure 19.70 Pushbutton unit with card reader for increased security.
The Memorilok system incorporates a solid state electronic memory for the storage of the selected code combination. The entry code combination is electronically stored. Unlike other access control systems, there are no wheels, dials, or other visual indicators to betray the code combination. Standard unit features include:
Automatic address. A preset timer is activated when the first digit of the code combination is entered. The remainder of the code entry must be completed before the expiration of this time or the entry will be canceled and the programmer will activate the penalty time.
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