CISA MOTOR for Multitop MATIC locks

The CISA MOTOR is an accessory that allows to open the Multitop MATIC lock remotely. This accessory can be ordered separately and can easily be installed on the faceplate of the entire range of MULTITOP MATIC and MULTITOP EXIT locks. 

Thanks to the CISA MOTOR accessory, the lock can be motorised and the door opened remotely without having to use the key, even when it is securely closed, choosing the mode which best suits your needs: intercom, keypad, transponder, card, telephone, etc.

After the lock has been opened, the motor keeps it open for 3 seconds (factory default setting). When this time has elapsed, the door automatically shuts. 

The motorized version enables the handle locking function, that allows to open the door from the inside by simply lowering the handle because the 3 latchbolts and the 3 deadbolts are simultaneously withdrawn.  This function can be excluded by turning the key in the lock closing direction.

An acoustic and visual indicator (the latter optional) indicates the opening and closing, so as to be able to monitor the status of the door at any time. In case of emergency it is always possible to open the door manually, using the key.

CISA Multitop MATIC with MOTOR is the ideal solution for the entrance doors of houses and residential complexes, but also for public, commercial and office buildings.

Why choose the CISA MOTOR in combination with the MATIC Multitop lock?

For your home
  • door always closed safely
  • possibility to open the door remotely, without key
  • Visual or acoustic sensor for door status monitoring
For residential & commercial complexes
  • remote opening
  • handle locking function, for keeping the door open during specific timeframes.

Multitop MATIC is the new locking system for aluminium and steel doors. Immediate protection for homes, offices and also small commercial building. The door is securely locked without using the keys thanks to the automatic engaging of the deadbolts. From inside, the door is opened by simply lowering the handle.


The CISA MOTOR allows you to open the Multitop MATIC lock remotely. It is an accessory that can be installed on request and is unique for the entire range of Multitop MATIC and Multitop EXIT locks


Multitop MATIC can be installed on aluminium and steel doors:

  • Entrance doors
  • Secondary entrance doors
  • Railings and shutters on French windows
  • Sliding doors


  • Power supply voltage 12V DC
  • Absorbed current (max) 1,5A @ 12V DC
  • Absorbed current (standby) 30 mA @ 12V DC
  • Degree of protection IP 20
  • Operating temperature -10 ÷ +55°C


  • Length connecting cable 4 m
  • Wire section 10 wires: 2 x AWG22 (PWR), 8 x AWG24
  • Connector locking


  • CISA MOTOR for motorized opening (art. 1.E0000.00.0).
  • Handle locking functions accessory / semi-automatic (art. 1.06120.00.0).

The power supply is not supplied with the kit. See the table of accessories.

Do not connect the product directly to the mains 230V AC.

A power supply with the following characteristics is recommended:

  • OUTPUT: 12V DC - 2A 
  • Protection with fuse 2A - 250V 
  • Protection: OVP (overvoltage), OCP (overcurrent) 
  • Certifications: CE, in compliance with directives 2014/30/EU, 2014/35/EU Class 2 (double insulation), LPS source (in compliance with IEC 60950), SELV, UL Listed or UL Recognized


The product complies with the European Directive for the building hardware 2011/305/EU and subsequent updates. If a radio module is present in the product, it is compliant to the European Directive 2014/53/EU (RED) and to the European Directive 2014/35/EU (Safety).

If there is an electromechanical actuation the product is compliant with European Directive 2014/30/EU (EMC).

The Product is compliant to the European Regulation EC 1907/2006 (REACH) and to the subsequent updates including the Regulation 2015/628 that amends the European Directive n. 1907/2006EU (REACH) introducing par. 8, in annex XVII, item 63, column 2.

If the Product contains electronic components, it is compliant to the European Regulation RoHS (Directive 2011/65/EU of 8 June 2011), RoHS 2 (Delegated Directive 2015/863 of 31 March 2015). Performances are warranted only if the instruction sheet and user manual are respected.