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Wireless digital access with lockdown

Alarm Lock Systems : 04 February, 2016  (New Product)
Alarm Lock has released a keyless digital access system with lock down function for use in schools and other educational establishments
Wireless digital access with lockdown

New from Alarm Lock, a division of NAPCO Security Technologies, the Trilogy T2 DL2700LD with LocDown is ideal for K-12 school and campus security. This standalone wireless keyless digital access lock includes a lock-down keyfob, while the lock’s bright visual lockdown indicator bar on the inner door, confirms it was locked down. Using convenient digital PIN codes, the wireless standalone lock, features rugged Grade 1 durability, and can be installed in under an hour, neatly, affordably retrofitting any standard lockset.

Alarm Lock’s Trilogy Series now adds this new “LD” Lock-Down model designed as an easy to implement solution in the school security epidemic.  For peace of mind, at the first sign of trouble, faculty & staff can remotely press their pocket-sized keyfob’s button to lock out unauthorized access, instantly locking-down a classroom or area, while all can remain safely within the room. For multi-classroom users, up to 50 keyfobs can be supported on each lock and each keyfob can control up to four locks for remote lockdown activation, up to 100’ away.

To signify it’s in lock down, the outer door lock, can feature both a visual and/or audible lockdown indicator.  And, instantly, a lockdown override code, however, will reactivate the pushbutton keypad and enable authorized teachers/staff and first responders, outside the classroom or area, to readily deactivate the lockout function at any time.

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