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Pushbutton Locks - Alarm Lock Systems Inc. - Facility Management Product Release


Pushbutton Locks: Alarm Lock Systems Inc.

Alarm Lock Systems Inc.
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The 4100 and 4500 Trilogy series from Alarm Lock Systems are available in cylindrical and mortise lock styles and in PIN or PIN/Prox models. A 5AA battery-pack operates approximately 60,000 cycles. The 4100 models come in five architectural finishes including polished brass, polished chrome, satin chrome, antique brass and duronodic.

Both models are designed for single-occupancy restrooms, dressing rooms, darkrooms, hospital on-call sleeping rooms, executive offices, confidential file rooms and more. Capable of 2000 PIN or PIN/Prox user codes, 500 scheduled events, 40,000-count audit trails. Weatherproofing technology makes the locks able to withstand harsh temperature conditions –31 degrees F. to more than 151 degrees.

The privacy and residency options add security. An occupied and multi-status LED indicator flashes when the privacy session is active. After entering a PIN or Prox ID, the user simply pushes the privacy button on the back of the lock (inner door). Doing so assures privacy, as the lock will not open from the front entry side, until the user exits, or optionally, the privacy session “times-out” following a preset duration. A self-stick instructional sign will help guide users on how to activate and deactivate the privacy feature.


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posted: 11/7/2007