Hi, guys. My name is Darrel, and I'm head of the tech team here at LocksOnline.co.uk Thanks for taking some time to tune in, and have a look at one of our product review videos. The product that we have here today is the Cisa, it's the 11610 series of electric gate/door locks. And this particular one is designed more commonly for wooden doors as opposed to metal gates or metal doors that is.
One thing you've got to be conscious of with Cisa, and you've got to get your head round is the handing profile. Because they do have a different handing in Italy because Cisa's manufacturer is in Italy to authorise in the UK. On our website, you'll see a link there to that handing chart which gives you like little rooms, etc., and showing the door opening inwards and outwards depending on the handing. So it's very important to make sure that you get the right handing for your particular lock, okay?
But this is the actual lock. Let's go through its functions and its features. Now, this particular lock here has an escape function. In other words, you don't need any form of key in which to get out. So if the door was actually locked, so in other words, I'm pushing that in now, when lock, that there now is deadlocked, so that would actually be in the key. To get out, all you do is press the red button. If I press that now, click, that releases it. You use this and you can pull the door open. It's as simple as that. Okay. That's the principle. When you let that go, it goes back. And when the door closes again, that gets pushed in by the keep, and again bang, and out you go. That's it. It's as simple as that.
So that's the mechanism from the inside. From the outside, it has a key cylinder. Now one thing Cisa have realised, this particular type of cylinder is quite common in the UK. You find those in Yale type of locks, etc. All right? So that's quite common. But Cisa have really thought about this a little bit and have extended this tongue here. And as you can see, it's much longer than that you would traditionally find. And to give some sort of idea about what that size is, we are nearly pushing their guys nearly 100 mm. So from this faceplate here to the end there, it's 100 mm. Typically, wooden doors in the UK are 44 mm. So there's plenty of scope there if you have a thicker door for this particular lock to be fitted to. So there's no problem there at all.
Here also comes with fixing screws and again in the bag here as you can see, they've really thought about the length of those as well. So there's a lot of functionality. Even though you can cut these off then to suit whatever door size you've got. I don't know if you can see through the polythene there, Lee, but that's the actual fixing screws there. And it comes with its keep, etc. And it comes with the pack of fixing screws as well. So that's the mechanical part of the lock.
And of course, these particular locks now, it's important to be aware of they work off of 12 Volt AC, not DC. They are an AC lock and they are quite power hungry as well. So if you are looking at putting these in as an access control solution, we always recommend that you look at a separate power supply for this particular type of lock. They do pull quite a bit of power, and so we've got a range right next to a range of AC power supplies that would work in conjunction with this lock, no problem at all, and they are available on our site.
Now the keep now, just to give you some sort of idea, was a little bit unique about these kits, is that they've got these little roller sections here. And that actually sits inside there like that, and you get that in there for it. Right. And what that does, it helps this deadlock and bolt here slide over that particular part much easier than what it would be if it was just on the chamfer. And that's the idea there. As the gate or door closes like that, this rolls to force that in much more smoothly.
So again Cisa's put a lot of thought behind that as well. So if I get a couple of measurements for you guys. One of the most critical measurements is the backset, and that's from the faceplate there to the centre, where this key hole, where you are going to fit your key on the front of the door. That there is 60 mm, and that is a universal size in the UK for most night latches. That's what we call the standard size. They do a narrow version, but that's the standard size there. The 60 mm.
The overall case depth there is 120 mm, and the height there is a smidgen around 100 mm there. The fixing centres as you can see this is a row of fixings there, the fixing centres there if I get those quickly for you. They are 95 mm and that one there is 80 mm. And on the back there as you can see there, you can either run the cable through the back there, but there is the fixing, there with a hole there where the cable would go through to go into the actual lock itself.
So there you go. That's the Cisa 11610 range of electric locks that are available on our website. But listen, if you need a bit more information, or you need a bit more advice, or you are scratching your head, and thinking, "I'd like to know that. I liked it." Then pop us over an email. We'd love to hear from you. Use the live chat on our website. Even better, we can all down chat with you and so forth and give you some feedback that you are looking for.
One thing we would love is to see you as a customer. That would be really good for us. So from me, Darrel, and all of us here at the LocksOnline team, thanks for tuning in, and catch up with you real soon. Take care now. Bye, bye. Bye, bye.