The CISA "Elettrika" electric lock is the ideal solution for managing the opening and closing of steel and wooden gates and entrance doors (apartment buildings), while still guaranteeing high resistance to forced entry.
Protection against forced entry.
Certified up to Security grade 6 according to European standard EN 14846, guaranteed by the rotary hook deadbolt (patented) which provides resistance to tensile strength of up to 2000 kg (the standard covers a maximum of 1000 kg).
Protective steel casing to make it difficult to access the internal lock parts when the door/gate is closed.
With the Booster Plus module and when in "timing of opening command function" mode, the pedestrian gate/entrance door automatically closes when nobody enters within a space of time established by the user.
Door status always under control.
The Booster Plus module has an indicator (which may be installed in the home if desired) which lights up every time the door/gate is not securely closed (door status signal).
The reloading system guarantees silent operation as the lock is being opened, more than traditional electric locks.
Immediate, guaranteed closing over time.
The rotary hook deadbolt ensures immediate engagement of the floor striker, limiting rebound.
Self-adjustable floor striker helps correct any slight change in position of the door/gate which may occur over the years, ensuring the lock continues to work properly over time.
Managing flow through accesses.
"Hold open" function which prevents the entrance door/gate from closing, available in two versions:
Electric: the Booster Plus module keeps the door/gate open at all times until the function is deactivated (from the home).
Mechanical: the button on the lock (fitted on certain models) can be blocked by the key, leaving the door/gate always open until it is released.
Should the remote control malfunction, the driveway gate can still be opened:
thanks to the micro switch, the automatic gate can be opened manually (with keys) and directly from the lock without having to install a second lock.
Lock can always be opened, even with a drop in voltage.
When voltage is below the minimum rate (12V), the electric lock will always work.