Brass Finish Electromagnetic Locks by ASP
Magnetic Locks – Maglocks – Electro Magnetic Lock
The electromagnet works via a magnetic field that attaches the maglock to the door armature plate via an electric current passing through the coil. Magnetic locks provide a “fail-safe” lock. When power is lost, the magnetic field drops, releasing the door armature plate from the maglock and allowing entry.
Magnetic locks are suitable for various applications including Mortice (flush fitting) mini magnetic locks, surface mount mini magnetic locks, dual surface mount mini magnetic locks, surface mount standard and external surface mount (side or face fixed) external magnetic lock versions.
A magnetic lock or maglock uses an electrical current to create a magnetic force
Access control systems are operated by one of the peripheral devices (ie. hand and fingerprint readers, keypad, card reader etc ) to identify the user whether access is permitted or not. The power will be automatically turned off by the user and gains access through a reader
Magnetic locks meet both security and fire protection requirements and can be used for emergency exit doors.
The magnetic lock is made with an epoxy potting compound and protected by this compound, which increases the life of the lock. These above lock characteristics have made the electromagnetic lock one of the most commonly used access control locks by security engineers.
We offer an extensive range of Door Entry and Access control systems and solutions which can be used for various situations– whether for controlled access to an office, hospital, club or any place of work.
Try us out and test us, our products, services and prices. You won’t be disappointed.