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Anti-Vandalism Features On Remote Panel Cabinets

EMKA (UK) : 20 January, 2011  (New Product)
EMKA's range of enclosures and locking solutions are being used to combat the problem of vandalism of cabinets and enclosures that are sited on streets and remote locations
Being involved in the enclosure panelware industry, EMKA are aware of increasing concerns over vandalism and the continued operation of remote monitoring stations and street  cabinets in general. Concerns are matched by a trend towards installation of more of these cabinets for functioning of utilities, power generation and telecoms, as well as geological, meteorological and climate data collection.



EMKA offer a variety of anti-vandalism components suited to the role of dealing with vandalism issues. These include stainless steel handles with either inset/flush designs such as the 1154 swinghandle or the large format 1091 heavy duty latch with concealed padlock facility. These are complemented by many internally mounted or concealed hinges such as the 1031, 1032 and 1046 variants in stainless steel.



EMKA ELM program (Electronic Locking Module) demonstrates a technology approach to vandalism both for remote installations and in factories where operators may vandalise cabinets to re-set machines without authority. These are not only keyless in operation but also alarm when improperly opened and enable a 24-hour control access log. They are likely to find application in indoor electronic racks, data centres, server cabinets, co-location cabinets etc, as well as outdoor telecoms cabinets, e.g. in remote situations where lack of keys and remote unlocking are seen as significant advantages.



The standard 1150 IP40 version (for indoor situations) features industry standard dual rectangular hole punchings (50x25mm) to speed fitting, as well as removable cylinder cover for manual unlock override if needed. Normal operation is by remote release with a green LED indicating unlocked condition which remains active for up to 1 minute before automatically re-locking to prevent the cabinet being left in "open" condition. Closure is then manually effected by simply pushing the swinghandle back into the escutcheon.



The external use 1154 IP65 version additionally features a high degree of weather protection in a standard 170mm escutcheon and extra key possibilities for either standard EK type cylinder or with KABA Micron Plus pin type cylinder for further security.
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