Electronic swinghandle latch

Dec. 13, 2010
The latch uses a gearmotor that demands little energy and handles high loads.

The H3-EM electronic locking swinghandle latch is microprocessor-controlled and gear motor-driven. It uses less than 200 mA of operating current at the moment of actuation only. It integrates sensors and outputs for industry-standard rack control and monitoring. A simple retrofit permits addressable remote access control over the web. It can generate an activity log.
The glass-filled nylon H3-EM fits industry-standard panels and both left and right doors. The assembly can be customized to meet color, logo, and installation-configuration requirements.

Southco, 210 North Brinton Lake Rd., Concordville, PA 19331, (610) 459-4000, www.southco.com

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