Standalone Keypad Cabinet Lock
Security evolved. The KitLock KL1100 Standalone Keypad Cabinet Lock provides modern, keyless locker access to gyms, schools, hospitals and more. Featuring public and private functions for local management and a powered latch enabling “push shut” closing.
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- Standalone Keypad cabinet lock – Touchscreen model available
- Stylish slimline frontplate
- Intuitive “push shut” closing
- 8 digit Master Code and Sub Master Code
- 20 User Codes
- 6 digit Technician Code
- Auto-Unlock at a set time
- Maximum locked period
- Battery override
- On the door battery change
- Powered latch
- Supports Private and Public Functions
- IP55 when fitted with gasket
- Anti-bacterial wipe clean
The KitLock KL1100 Keypad Standalone Cabinet Lock provides modern, keyless access to gyms, schools, hospitals and more. KL1100 supports both public and private mode functions, providing versatility to nearly any cabinet or locker space. Public mode allows a user to access an available locker, such as in gyms and recreation centers where multiple users may be accessing the same locker for short periods of time throughout the day. In public mode, admins can set the lock to Auto-Open* after a predefined amount of time or at a specific time of day. Private mode is ideal for long-term locker use where the same user code is repeatedly used, such as for employee or school lockers. A LED indicator will flash when the battery is running low and a micro USB port at the bottom of the lock can be used to provide emergency power.
* Using Master Code
5 3/4 (H) x 1 1/2 (W) x 1/2 (D) in.
5 1/8 (H) x 2 3/4 (W) x 1 1/8 (D) in.
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5V micro USB
Customer Questions & Answers
- Q When it mentions 20 user codes, does it means that the client do not have the liberty to create i... answer nowAsked by January 19, 2022 11:53 AMonA
Codes can be generated and changed as long as you have the master code. See the instructions HERE
- Q Are there more images for the back latch? I am curious if the latch can be oriented in an upward ... answer nowAsked by April 26, 2021 9:40 PMonA
The latch can be rotated to face the left or the right side. If the latch would need to be pointed upward or downward, the keypad itself would need to be mounted horizontally rather than vertically.
- Q Can the latch be oriented in a different direction? answer nowAsked by April 26, 2021 12:18 AMonA
Yes, the latch can be rotated to support left or right-handed doors.