Electric door locks are an essential part of an access control system and we supply a range of valuable solutions for securing the doors in your building. When combined with proximity readers or...
The DIAX Rim/Mortice Electric Strike has a 24V AC/DC operating voltage and is Fail Safe in a silver finish. The G series are cost-effective kits, which include the strike, mortice faceplate and surface case in one box.
The Alpro AL150 rim electric strike is designed for use with the majority of popular rim latches used on timber door applications. This high security electric strike is 12/24v selectable, weather resistant and has a stainless steel striker and a holding force of 750kg. It is reversible fail-safe and fail-secure.
The Alpro EB1001 electric bolt operates at 12V DC and allows for remote access and exit control of most timber, metal and UPVC doors. It is suitable for sliding or swing, single and double action operations. It can be fitted in the frame or in the door and comes with plug in LED bolt indicator as standard. A stainless steel dress plate is provided to...
The Alpro EB250 solenoid bolt operates at 12/24V DC and allows for both remote access and exit control of most timber, metal and UPVC doors. It is also suitable for sliding or swing, single or double action operations. It can be fitted in the frame or in the door. With concealed mortise mounting and slim line styling the bolt suits most narrow stile...
The Alpro DB25 deadlocking bolt is high security and operates at 12/24V DC. This Ultra-slim design enables fixing into very narrow sections whilst an advanced microprocessor module provides power reduction allowing for continuous operation without heat generation as well as automatic voltage regulation, dual monitoring and access control module.
The Alpro EMS1200M High Security Compact Magnet Shearlock operates at 12/24V. It is monitored and maintains a holding force of 1200kg. Other benefits include built in PCB controller with switch selectable features and plug in 3 metre flying leads. It is suitable for single and double action doors and horizontal mounting only.
The Adams Rite magnetic & mechanical MS Maglock 12/24V is used to facilitate remote access and exit control. The MS maglock is fail safe, suitable for aluminium, timber and steel doors and has an 1800kg holding force. This model is monitored.
The Adams Rite 1500kg Armlock 1354 Mini Electro slim line Shearmagnet Monitored is suitable to facilitate remote access and exit of most aluminium, timber and steel doors. The Armlock® 1354 creates a shear holding force of 1500kg. The product may be fitted in a vertical or horizontal position, but should not be fitted in the threshold. It provides a...
The Adams Rite 1391 Fail safe, Mortice Solenoid Bolt is monitored to facilitate remote access and exit control of aluminium, timber, or steel doors. The slimline style of the 1391 allows the lock to be concealed fitted into the door and frame. It is suitable for single and double action doors (with positive centring door closers).
The Abloy EL560 solenoid lock is suitable for use on wooden or metaldoors. It allows for a quick change from fail lockable to fail unlocked and it has an easily reversible trigger bolt that is suitable or all hands of doors. Only the outside handle is electrically controlled.
The Abloy EL561 solenoid lock is suitable for use on wooden or metal doors. It allows for a quick change from fail lockable to fail unlocked and it has an easily reversible trigger bolt that is suitable or all hands of doors. Both the inside and the outside handles are electrically controlled.
The Abloy Eff Eff 351 U80 electric lock for single or double action doors, including escape doors; enables remote locking and unlocking. It is Fail unlocked and the distance between the strike and the striking plate is adjustable.
Electric door locks are an essential part of an access control system and we supply a range of valuable solutions for securing the doors in your building. When combined with proximity readers or keypads these systems result in improved control of access to your building. Door Controls Direct offers systems to suit every budget and work with you to meet your particular security requirements; including the most extensive range of locks, bolts and strikes. We partner with the leading suppliers and manufacturers, such as Adams Rite, Alpro and Assa Abloy to provide electronic security devices available in 12V or 24V in both AC and DC.
Maglocks are a very common and popular electric locking product. They are very easy to install and often surface mounted. There are a range of maglocks available with a variety of holding forces and are great for low security applications. Some, like the Adams Rite MS Maglock (ELMSMAG) offer greater security than others and these have hardened steel mandibles that clamp onto the armature plate should forced entry be attempted. All maglocks operate as “Fail Safe” units.
Electric Strikes are an alternative to a maglock. You might choose an electric strike over a maglock for aesthetic reasons, but you might also choose one if you would rather that the door was “Fail Locked/Fail Secure” when power is cut. A lot of electric strikes offer both options and it’s a simple case of moving a screw in the body of the strike to change the operation. We supply a variety of 12V DC and 24V AC/DC strikes that can be morticed or rim mounted (product dependent). Some are heavier duty than others, so it’s really important that you consider the amount of traffic that will be passing through the door.
Solenoid Bolts are a great product to use on aluminium doors where a high level of security is required. A sensor on the unit detects when the door and lock are in alignment and throws the bolt which secures the door. When power is removed, the bolt retracts and allows for safe exit through the door. The bolts can be installed either vertically or horizontally in the door frame which is generally easier to get power to than if it were installed in the door itself.
Solenoid Locks offer an even greater level of security than a solenoid bolt as the solenoid engages with the handle to control access. When enabled, the solenoid engages within the handle, allowing the handle to operate the latch and open the door.
Motor Locks function in the opposite way to a solenoid lock. The deadbolt is already engaged in the door frame but when a fob is presented to the reader or a code is entered on the door keypad; the motor in the lock retracts the deadbolt, generally providing a higher level of security.
Electromagnetic shear locks are similar to maglocks but are generally higher security as they have a physical locking element to them as well. There are integral contact sensors within the lock and armature plate and when these are about 3mm from each other, they pull together and create a “shear” locking force. They are ideal for use on double swing doors.
A pin in the centre of the lock prevents any slide movement and there is also an “Anti-Residual Button” located on the armature plate.