Site Map - Locks and Safes

Hotel Door Locks

- ADVANCE by Onity of Duluth, Georgia, is a locking solution with a new look that is designed for the hospitality industry. It features a two-piece modular design and options that allow the locks to blend into the décor of any hotel.

Electronic Locks

- Onity of Duluth, Georgia, offers electronic locks and devices that provide a full range of features without a need for expensive wiring. They can also be integrated into online systems. Systems can secure a single door or an entire network of buildings.

Drug Control

- CyberLock electronic cylinders from Videx of Corvallis, Oregon, can convert mechanical lock hardware to an electronic access control system for pharmaceutical cabinets.

Electronic Locks

- The CyberLock electronic lock system offers a powerful and affordable access control solution. Manufactured by Videx, Inc., of Corvallis, Oregon, the system incorporates the mechanical lock hardware that is already present. Users simply replace existing lock cylinders with electronic cylinders; no hardwiring or structural change is required.

Real Estate Key

- GE Security of Bradenton, Florida, has added a new lockbox key to its RISCO electronic lockbox system. The easy-to-use wireless key allows real estate agents to receive automatic updates on showing activity via the Internet.

Modular Lock

- Security Door Controls of Westlake Village, California, has updated its EMLock design to include interchangeable modular assemblies that permit field upgrades of all components without removing the lock from the frame.

Safe Lock

- Designed to address government security needs, the Model 2937 Mechanical Safe Lock from Sargent and Greenleaf of Nicholasville, Kentucky, successfully meets U.S. Federal Specification FF-L-2937, so it can be used to secure field safes, weapon containers, and weapon vault doors.

Magnetic Lock

- The semi-concealed 1562 Hi/Shear magnetic lock from Security Door Controls of Westlake Village, California, incorporates the company’s mortise shear lock and a surface-mount armature bracket and offers 2,000 pounds of holding force. The bracket assembly mounts to the secure side of a glass, hollow metal, or wood door, eliminating the potential for tampering.

Auditing Locks

- The CyberAudit-Web Enterprise is a browser-based software program that offers cellular communication to remotely program user keys in the field. Made by Videx, Inc., of Corvallis, Oregon, the system allows access authorization to be sent to keys via a cellular PDA, providing on-demand access that eliminates the security risks of lost keys.

Changeable Core Locks

- Kaba Access Control of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, now offers its E-Plex 2000 access control locks with a Best Access Systems lever that is compatible with Best or equivalent interchangeable cores. The new lock will accept user-supplied six- or seven-pin Best-type cylinders.

Dark bronze locks

- Kaba Access Control of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, has added a new dark bronze finish option to its line of Simplex/E-Plex 5000 Series locks replacing the Duranodic painted finish.

Keying system

- Indianapolis-based Stanley Security Solutions has introduced the MX8 Patented Keying System for flexibility and convenience without compromising security. A patented side pin ensures that cylinders and cores operate only with the proper key. The system is offered in two series of keyways.

Electronic padlocks

- CyberLock technology from Videx of Corvallis, Oregon, brings key control and an audit trail to padlocks. The electronic padlock cannot be compromised by conventional lock-picking methods, and the CyberKey cannot be duplicated.

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