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Mortice Mount Mag Lock

great for secure, concealed access control

  • 280kg (600lbs) Holding Force
  • Hidden when Door is Closed
  • 12V DC Operation
  • 440mA Holding Current

The ACC512 sits flush against the door frame so that it is completely hidden when the door is closed for a more secure, professional looking install.

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The ACC512 is a mortice mount design mag lock which sits flush against the door frame so that it is completely hidden when the door is closed for a more secure, professional looking install.

Magnetic locks are an efficient method of adding secure access control to a door. By using them in conjunction with one of our exit buttons or wireless key fobs you can limit access to almost any door.

This could be a push to exit button allowing staff to leave through a security door while preventing unauthorised access from the outside or a wireless key fob for secure keyless entry.

An electromagnetic lock works by holding the door in place as long as there is power being supplied. You would connect the control device and power to the lock via an access control panel or relay so that the power can be cut when triggered. When powered up again the lock will re-engage.

Our Handy Rascal relays are ideal for use with our electronic locks as they add extra flexibility and functionality. The HRM100 1ch opto isolating relay would cut power to the lock for as long as the exit button is pressed. To have the door stay open for a short while a HRM200 delay on-off relay could be used to cut power to the lock for up to 20 seconds. For a more advanced solution you might consider using the HRM250 10 function relay. As well as being able to set how long the lock's power is cut for you can also specify a time delay between pressing the exit button and the power being cut. This allows for installations where the exit button isn't situated next to the door.

When it comes to mounting the ACC512 you would need to create a recess in the door frame to house the mag lock and a recess in the door itself to house the locking plate. This allows the door to sit flush inside the frame concealing the mag lock in the process.

For an easier install with more flexible mounting options take a look at our ACC510 traditional surface mount mag lock.

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