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Heavy duty Lockey 1150 digital locks – in stock at Doorstuff

October 4, 2013 by · Comments Off on Heavy duty Lockey 1150 digital locks – in stock at Doorstuff 

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With a magnetic deadbolt, 14 press buttons and over 7,000 combinations, this heavy duty lever operated mechanical digital lock offers simple operation combined with a robust but stylish design making the 1150 the ideal system for areas in heavy use.  The handle has a safety clutch mechanism to protect the lock from excessive force or vandalism. Options include digital lock on both sides and knob operation.

New Mechanical Lock With Optional Hold Open Function

March 9, 2013 by · Comments Off on New Mechanical Lock With Optional Hold Open Function 

9160-digital-lockThe new Briton 9160 Push Button Mechanical Lock comes complete with an optional hold open function and replaces the Briton 9150, 9155 and P2250 mechanical locks. With a snib on the backplate, the new 9160 allows users the choice of hold open or not. The new lock also enables door hardware specialists to reduce their stock levels as they only need to stock one variant now instead of two.
• Ideally suited to areas which require restricted but convenient access, such as offices, workshops and storerooms.
• Single PIN code with choice of over 8,000 options
• Simple code change mechanism
• Suitable for light duty and internal use only
• Spindle can be cut on site to suit doors between 35mm and 60mm thick
If the hold open feature is not required it can be disabled easily:
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How do I change the code on a digital lock?

October 28, 2010 by · Comments Off on How do I change the code on a digital lock? 

If your lock is similar to our U120, these steps may help:- (1) Remove the lock from the door.  (2) Remove the 4 retaining screws from the back of the ‘Outside Lock Body’.  Take extra care to keep the lock body on a flat surface, when you are removing the plate, because there are a lot of small components inside.  (3) You will now see that there are 5 red coloured key tumblers & 8 blue coloured keyless tumblers, plus one clear tumbler (‘C’ button).  (4) To change your code, push the ‘C’ button down and hold it.  You can then easily remove one or more of your key & keyless tumblers, using the tweezers supplied.  (5) Please note you should NEVER remove the ‘C’ tumbler.  (6) Please note the different shapes of tumblers before reinserting them back into the lock body. Firstly there is a difference in shape between the key & the keyless tumblers, illustrated below.  And secondly when re-fitting the tumblers into the lock body, they must be fitted facing the right way, again see illustration.  (7) After you have re-fitted the tumblers and made a note of the new code, please replace the metal plate with the 4 screws.  (8) PLEASE NOTE: With the spare tumblers provided, you can increase the number of digits in your code to 6 or 7, or reduce it to 4.
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A digital lock to fit a specific door?

September 16, 2010 by · Comments Off on A digital lock to fit a specific door? 

Q: (from Sharon) I have a solid pine door with a door depth of 34mm (I have measured this several times and it is definitely 34mm or maybe just slightly less) – do you stock a digital door lock that would fit this please – most of what I am finding are for 35mm upwards?
A: (from Doorstuff) yes, you can fit a U120 or a L235 digital lock, the important thing is that there is enough timber to fit the mortice latch, which is OK as you have approximately 33-34mm door thickness.  You can see them (top two products) on the link within the text.

We already have Exidor push opening system on all our exterior doors, and we have a key lock on the outside, we need to replace all the locks with a push button system. Does the thicknesses of the doors matter? Can we set them to be unlocked sometimes?

August 9, 2010 by · Comments Off on We already have Exidor push opening system on all our exterior doors, and we have a key lock on the outside, we need to replace all the locks with a push button system. Does the thicknesses of the doors matter? Can we set them to be unlocked sometimes? 

The CL1’s and CL2’s can be fitted to doors up to 60mm thick without modification.  The CL1 digital lock requires the code to be entered every time the door is opened from the outside.  The CL2 can operate that way, but can also be set to “passage function” which allows free access from the outside, as if it were just a door handle.  CL1 and CL2 are the same price.

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