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Rotary Lock Provides Intelligent, Reliable Electronic Access - Southco Inc. - Facility Management Product Release


Rotary Lock Provides Intelligent, Reliable Electronic Access: Southco Inc.

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Southco expanded its line of electronic rotary locking solutions with the release of its next generation R4-EM 9 Series Electronic Rotary Latch. The R4-EM 9 Series delivers next generation electronic latching through microprocessor-controlled actuation, providing intelligent, reliable electronic access.

The 9 Series features expanded intelligence with microprocessor control of all input and output commands, providing expanded programing capability and customization of latch functionality. This lightweight design incorporates an integrated door sensor and extended housing for tamper resistance, while an integrated trigger sensor provides indisputable lock/unlock status reporting. The 9 Series is available with a kick-out option that enables lightweight doors and drawers to pop open when the latch is unlocked, and a pull-open style that detents the cam in the fully closed or open position.

“Southco’s R4-EM 9 Series Electronic Rotary Latch incorporates enhanced electronic intelligence along with additional mechanical features, making it an ideal solution for applications that require enhanced remote physical security, such as parcel lockers, medical dispensing equipment and other self-service kiosks,” says General Manager Steve Spatig.

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posted: 11/11/2015