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Locks - Schlage - Facility Management Product Release
Schlage King Cobra Series 2 Locks, SNAP programmer and SNAP PC secure doors, manage lists of authorized users and access an audit trail from the lock to see who went where and when. Locks have the ability to be programmed using the SNAP programmer and are capable of storing up to 1000 individual users and 1000 audit trail events.
Models in the series include designs for cylindrical and mortise door preps, and for aluminum doors that rely on various latches and exit devices to secure the opening. Retrofit model allows upgrading from a mechanical pushbutton lock by matching the existing door prep and covering the lock footprint for a clean finish.
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