The CL2255 is a medium duty electronic lock. The outside knob turns freely without operating the latchbolt. When a valid code is entered and the blue LED lights burn, the knob will retract the latchbolt. When the door closes the spring latch will automatically lock the door. The key will open the door for management functions. Code Free Mode can be programmed at the keypad using the Master Code.
The CL4010 is a medium duty lock. The outside lever turns freely without operating the latchbolt. When a valid code is entered and the blue LED lights, the lever will retract the latchbolt. When the door closes the spring latch will automatically lock the door. The key will open the door for management functions. The key may be used to set the lock into Code Free mode so that anyone can open the door without using a code. Code Free Mode can also be programmed at the keypad using the Master Code.
The CL4020 is a euro profile mortice sash lock with deadbolt and latchbolt. Complete with double cylinder to control the deadbolt and to retract the latchbolt. With the deadbolt locked it denies access to a code user. The key can be used to open doors for management functions such as security and cleaning. The split follower enables the inside lever to retract the deadbolt and latch to prevent accidental lock in when the deadbolt is thrown.
Codelocks Smart Locks keep getting smarter. This model features all the great benefits and security of larger smart locks, but in a slimmer, sleeker and more stylish design. The Bluetooth enabled CL4510 digital lock from Codelocks combines advanced programming with convenient smartphone management and operation thanks to the K3 Connect App. Simply download the K3 Connect App to your Bluetooth enabled smartphone to manage the lock from the palm of your hand including programming, access code generation, smart card distribution and audit trail tracking. Android and iOS compatible, the K3 Connect App allows building managers to manage all aspects of the lock remotely thanks to advanced wireless technology. The lock supports a total of 350 users with a choice of entry options including 100 user codes, 150 MIFARE® smart cards (or fobs/wristbands) and 100 phone clients. Tight entry control can be achieved through the use of timed NetCodes. Generated and distributed by email and SMS, these NetCodes can be created with a start date and duration. When this pre-set duration has passed, the code will expire and access using this code will cease. The CL4510 features an audit trail facility which allows users to download a history of code/card use to analyse the movement of staff or clients through the building. Other advanced programming facilities include scheduled `code free` periods and timed access codes with a set duration and expiry.