Light-duty rotary latch

Jan. 18, 2012
The R4-EM light-duty electronic rotary latch, made from engineered composite plastics, features a push-to-close electronic release, a versatile rotary mechanism, and concealed latching.

The R4-EM light-duty electronic rotary latch, made from engineered composite plastics, features a push-to-close electronic release, a versatile rotary mechanism, and concealed latching.

A microprocessor-controlled gearmotor draws minimal power and has a mechanical override for use during power failures. An optional microswitch provides feedback on latch status and allows for remote monitoring. The latch works with a host of electronic-access components including keypads, key fobs, proximity cards, and biometric devices. The R4-EM is also available in auto relock and delayed relock versions.

Southco Inc.
210 N. Brinton Lake Rd.
Concordville, PA 19331
(610) 459-4000

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