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An electronic lock (or digital lock) is a locking device which operates by means of electric current. Electric locks are sometimes stand-alone with an electronic control assembly mounted directly to the lock. More often electric locks are connected to an access control system.


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Push Pull Digital Touch Keypad Card Lock

Colour : Black

  • -RFID Card/ PIN Access.
  • -Digital Touch Keypad with Random Codes.
  • -Selectable Dual Verification Access (PIN + Card).
  • -Welcome feature for Users (Sensor Detects any motions within 70cm range).
  • -Status Notification Feature.
  • -Alert system for any possible intruders.
  • -Securing door management with robust dual structure.
  • -PIN to administer enrolment and deletion.
  • -Manner Mode for quiet night outings.
  • -Emergency external battery terminal.
  • -Emergency mechanical bypass Key.
  • -Indoor wireless Remote Controller (Optional).
  • -New Push-Pull design is easier to use.
  • -(Push to enter, pull to exit).
  • -Automatic wake-up on approaching by using IR sensor.
  • -The door lock status is displayed on the front panel in text for the user’s convenience.
  • -Manner mode is available for quiet entrances in late nights (Button sound is muted.).

Password : 4 ~ 12 digit number combination.

RFID Card/Password : Capacity 31 (max.).

Door thickness : AML220 : 40 ~ 60 mm.

AML320 : 61 ~ 80 mm.

Power DC 6V (AA Alkaline batteries) x 8

Digital electronic lock is the new digital electronic lock with high security especially designed for the office buildings and high-level apartments.

An electronic lock (or digital lock) is a locking device which operates by means of electric current. Electric locks are sometimes stand-alone with an electronic control assembly mounted directly to the lock. More often electric locks are connected to an access control system.

Type of Product Digital Door Lock
Color Black
BRAND Samsung
Size No
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