Lockey 2835DC Double Sided Digital Door Lock – Oil Rubbed Bronze
- All mechanical two-sided combination cylindrical latchbolt lock. No batteries or wires necessary. Plunger bolt to prevent jimmying or knifing of the latch
- Oil rubbed bronze finish. See More Lockey 2835DC finishes
- Auto-locking with passage feature. To set passage function, (door latches shut but stays unlocked) simply enter your secret code and then enter the (Y) button. The lock will remain in the passage mode until you press the (Y) button followed by the (C) button.
- ADA compliant access
- Code can be 3-5 characters in length (a code with more or less characters requires a Tumbler Pack – sold separately at checkout)
- To enter, punch in code, push down on lever handle and open
- To lock when exiting simply shut the door behind you. It auto re-locks
- Weatherproof performance and durability
- Bump-proof security
- Door thickness: Fits doors 1 3/16″ ~ 2 5/32″ thick (extension kits available at checkout for doors up to 5″ thick)
- Backset: Adjustable
- Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty Guaranty
1 5/8 (W) x 5 1/2 (H) x 2 1/4 (D) in.
|Total Coverage with Trim Plates|
2 1/2 (W) x 6 1/2 (H) x 2 1/4 (D) in.
|ADA Lever Dimensions|
4 (W) x 1 (H) in.
|Door Thickness Minimum|
1 3/16 in.
|Door Thickness Maximum|
2 5/32 in.
3 to 5 Characters
Standard 2 1/8 in. Cross-Bore, Edge Bore: 1 in.
|Door Stile Width|
Minimum 3 in.
1/2 in. throw
Oil Rubbed Bronze
Double Sided, Passage Mode
Keypad – Digits
Customer Questions & Answers
- Q Is there any way to get a cover or shield for this style lock. The buttons tend to freeze up and ... answer nowAnswered by the admin
Yes, you can use the STI 6521 as a cover.
- Q I understand that the lock can only have one code but can the code be changed periodically? How d... answer nowAnswered by the admin
Yes, you can change the code at any time by removing the lock from the door and changing the pin code tumblers. It typically takes about five to ten minutes to change the code depending on your setup.
- Q does the door lock every time its closed? so every time you need to open the door you have to put... answer nowAnswered by the admin
Yes, it is set to auto lock everytime the door closes, unless, you choose to use the passage feature which will turn off the auto locking and allow the door to remain unlocked.
- Q What tools do I need to install? Also, can use this to replace a lock on our front door that simi... answer nowAnswered by the admin A standard drill and Phillips head screwdriver is used to install this lock. The lock will fit on a standard residential door with a 2 1/8" inch bored hole.
- Answered by the admin These locks are sent to be compatible with right or left-handed swing doors and can be configured to your needed door prep during installation.
- Q Will this lock open if the combination is entered in any sequence? Example code: 13579. Will it o... answer nowAnswered by the admin That is correct, this lock is a pin and tumbler pushbutton lock so therefore when you press the code in any sequence it provides access.
- Q I have an existing gate with 2 holes. One for a handle and one for a deadbolt. The diameter of th... answer nowAnswered by the admin The lock is 5 1/2 inches tall and will span the distance of the 2 holes. Additionally, it is designed for a 2 1/8 inch bore as you stated. You should not have any problems with this current set up.
- Answered by the adminIf you add the lock to your cart you will find the K-BXDIG23 listed below as an accessory. You can choose Steel or Aluminum to match your gate type.
- Q Does this come with a key also I mean do they make one that has a key as well as a combo so we ha... answer nowA I have seen that Lockey has come out with Key override kits for all of their 2835 locks now. They are a very slick add on that allows you to add the key override option to your current lock and you don't have to buy a new lock!
- Answered by the admin
Yes, any combination of the right numbers and letters will work. However, this is why it is suggested to use a variation of numbers and letters such as 159B so that it makes it more difficult to guess your code or numbers. You must also put in only the correct numbers as any additional number that is incorrect will not allow the lock to open. So a person will have to know the exact numbers which would be no different in an electronic lock if they knew the numbers, the only difference would be that they may have to enter it few more times before the lock would open. Someone would have to stand there with a pen and paper to write down every combination they have tried so it would take a very long time to do.