Codelocks designs and manufactures a range of digital keyless door and cabinet locks for organisations that need to control access within their buildings.
Their locks save time and money by being easy to fit and easy to programme. Unlike other solutions, digital push-button locks don’t require complex wiring, ID cards or external power, and are more cost effective for many applications. The locks offer the user a convenient standalone solution and are sold with ‘everything you need in the box’ to fit them, including parts, instructions and templates.
Codelocks have most recently unveiled the latest edition to its KitLock range of electronic locks – the NANO90. The new lock is based on the company’s best selling cabinet lock, but with a much smaller footprint of just 30mm by 90mm.
“Due to its compact size, the NANO90 is ideal for the smaller wallet or personal effects lockers found in many gyms and fitness clubs,” explains Grant Macdonald, managing director of Codelocks.
KitLock digital locker locks are designed specifically for securing lockers without using keys or fobs. To access a locker, members simply place their mobile phone, wallet and keys inside, enter their own four-digit code on the keypad, then ‘lock and go’.
“It’s also our first product that can be either flush or surface mounted,” continues Grant. “The fact that the NANO90 can sit flush to the surface of a locker makes it much harder for someone to break the lock off completely, providing members with somewhere safe to secure belongings while they workout. A flush-fitted NANO90 has a smart, sleek look too.”
The NANO90 provides an almost ‘fit and forget’ solution – performing up to 100,000 operations from just one coin-cell battery. The product is available to order in silver grey as standard, and is also available in black and white. It is priced at $60.
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