You return from a workout at the gym to find your watch and wallet missing. This is how it happened!
Cabinets, lockers, and medical carts are all examples. Traditionally, standard mechanical locks were used to lock them. These “Mechanical Locks”, which are also known as mechanical locks, have become more affordable over the years. This has resulted in duplicate keys and fewer codes. Many people found that their keys were stolen, or they had the same key, resulting in zero security. This led to the development of electronic cabinet locks, which could increase security for a low price cabinet lock manufacturers.
The CL1200 Electronic Cabinet Lock is designed to fit in the standard mounting holes of mechanical locks. This allowed for retrofitting the Electronic Cabinet Locks to existing lockers and cabinets, which saved a lot of money for owners of health clubs. The mechanical lock must be removed, and the mounting bolt must be removed. The Electronic Lock can then be installed by drilling three holes using the template provided. This can be done without taking out the locker door.
People are comfortable using electronic gadgets for almost everything. Many of us cannot live without our electronic gadgets. You can think of your smartphone, house and car as electronic devices. So why not a cabinet lock? Most people think about security when they see an electronic lock on their hotel doors. They are familiar with how to use the lock and feel comfortable using it. They would feel the same security if an Electronic Lock was installed on a locker or cabinet.
- 3 triple-A batteries – 50,000 openings
- 10 buttons in stainless steel for programming and code entry
- There are 4 levels of code (Master Code Sub-Master Code User Code and Technician Code).
- Door Thickness: 1/4″ (6mm) to 1″, (25mm).
- The end user can program lock codes
- Low Battery Signal when there are 100 more openings
- External battery override with a 9-volt battery
- When changing the battery, settings are saved
These are the most used features. Manufacturers will add or remove them to achieve different security functions for different applications.
How secure do you believe your locker or cabinet is? Are you the only one with the key? Do you have duplicates? These are questions to ask about any lock for which you may have a key.
Security is all about Key Control.