An electromagnetic lock, magnetic lock, or maglock is a locking device that consists of an electromagnet and an armature plate.
There are two main categories of maglock namely “fail safe” and “fail secure”. By attaching the electromagnet to the door frame and the armature plate to the door, a current passing through the electromagnet attracts “fail safe” or releases “fail secure” the armature plate.
A “fail safe” magnetic lock requires power to remain locked and is therefore not suitable for high security applications. “Fail secure” maglocks use a permanent magnet to keep the door shut and therefore suitable for high security applications.
- Holding force : 300 lb ( 150 Kg.) & 600 lb ( 300 Kg.)
- Anodized Aluminum housing
- Voltage : 12 and 24 Volt
- No residual magnetism
- Detachable faceplate
- Adjustable mounting bracket
- Built-in-status sensor 5 amp dry relay output for monitoring if door is opened or closed
- Built in colored LED shows lock status
- Complete mounting hardware include ‘L’ brackets and ‘Z’ brackets
available for easy mounting
- Operating Voltage : 24 VDC
- Holding Force : 300 lbs ( 150 Kg.) & 600 lbs ( 300 Kg.)
- Current Draw : 500 mA/24V & 250 mA/24V
- Voltage Tolerance : +/- 10%
- Temperature : 14 to 131 F(-10 to 55 C)
- Status Sensor SPDI Relay 5A@12VDC
- Status LED Locked Red
- Apartment Buildings
- Small & Large Size Industries