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The LocksOnline DX200 Solenoid Bolt is an entry level, fail safe locking device. With a stainless steel faceplate, retry circuit and monitoring, the DX200 is excellent value for securing a door. A stainless steel surface housing is available for convenience if required - the housing is supplied in two parts, one for the lock and one for the keep plate. The... Read more »


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Locksonline DX200 Solenoid Bolt
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£116.26 + VAT
(£139.51 inc VAT)
Locksonline DX200H Surface Housing for DX200
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£71.35 + VAT
(£85.62 inc VAT)

The LocksOnline DX200 Solenoid Bolt is an entry level, fail safe locking device. With a stainless steel faceplate, retry circuit and monitoring, the DX200 is excellent value for securing a door.
A stainless steel surface housing is available for convenience if required - the housing is supplied in two parts, one for the lock and one for the keep plate.

The DX200 solenoid bolt from LocksOnline is an entrylevel, fail safe locking device. Complete with a stainless steel faceplate, retry circuit and monitoring, the DX200 is excellent value for securing a door.
The DX200 is manufactured in stainless steel, with a keeper plate of equal dimension to ensure symmetry.
A retry circuit activates if door is not correctly aligned, and monitoring of the door position and lock position is signalled via outputs for full status of the security of the door.
The unit operates with free voltage between 12 and 24Vdc.
A stainless steel surface housing is available for convenience if required - the housing is supplied in two parts, one for the lock and one for the keep plate.

FEATURES
* Fail safe
* Easy installation
* Free voltage
* Door status
* Lock status
* Delay timer
* Retry circuit
* 14mm rotating deadbolt

TECHNICAL DETAILS
Dimensions (Lock) - 163mm x 22mm x 45mm
Dimensions (Faceplate) - 212mm x 25mm x 3mm
Voltage - 12v - 24vDC
Working current 250mA @ 12vDC / 140mA @ 24vDC
Inrush current - 1.0a @ 12vDC / 50mA @ 24vDC
Warranty - 5 years (manufacturer)
Compliance - CE, ROHS & WEEE

Suggested side load holding force 1000Kg

Vertical Installations Only  

 

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Locksonline DX200 Solenoid Bolt

Locksonline DX200 Solenoid Bolt

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Guarantee5 Years

Hi guys, I'm Darrel Walters, I'm head of the tech team here at
LocksOnline.co.uk, and we're going to have another look at a product review
now. And today, we're going to have a look at the new solenoid bolt that's
available from LocksOnline.



Solenoid bolts, if you don't really know, are quite of unique in regards to
using these particular devices for locking doors, by using a bolt that
projects out. One of the advantages that people use this a lot, or these
types of locks are, is that they always are in a failsafe solution. So if
you lose power to the solenoid bolt, the bolt will retract back, and allow
the door to open. So if you are thinking about using solenoid bolts in an
access controlled situation, and you don't want that to happen, then we
suggest that you look at getting yourself some backup batteries in your
power supply. That's a bit of a top tip there, from LocksOnline.



So how do these actually work? Well, if you look here, on the front, we've
connected some power, so we'll actually apply some power to it now, in a
second. And here we've got some output, here, that actually allows you to
change the state, and it tells the person, you can use these outputs to
say, 'Is the door locked?' or 'Has the bolt been thrown?', etc., to make
sure that it's secure. So there's some really good outputs on here. So at
this moment in time, we have 12 volts connected to it, but of course the
bolt is in, and it needs to see its keep. Now on the keep here, you'll
notice there's bit of a silver blob down here, I don't know if you can zoom
into that, Sam. That silver blob there is actually a magnet, and the way
that these actually work is, when the bolt sees the keep, via its magnet,
in a short period of a time delay, which can be altered here on the back,
it will then throw the bolt over it.



At this moment in time, we have power. So if I actually apply that there
now, that's effectively saying that the door is closed, and as you can see
there, a little bit later, the bolt has come out. That bolt is projected,
and it is solid in there. That time delay, in regards to the time it takes
for the bolt to come in and out, on this particular solenoid bolt, is
adjustable, which is great if you've got a door that swings a little bit
before it actually settles down. So that's well worth knowing that.



Obviously, the door isn't going to be able to be opened, but if I was to
release the power, letting go, as you can see there: The bolt is flying
away, the door can be opened, and then the power can be reapplied so when
the door is closed again, it sees the magnet, and, bish, off goes the bolt
again. Okay, so I'm going to reconnect the power now, as if the door, or
the access control system, has sent power back. There's power now to, to
the solenoid bolt, but because the door is technically open, the bolt is
still sticking out. So only when it sees the bolt, by me turning round now
and closing the door again, does it see the power, and it throws the bolt
across.



So, these are the new range of solenoid bolts that are available, and very,
very price competitive on the internet at this moment in time. So if you're
thinking of using solenoid bolts as an access control solution, seriously
consider these. These can actually be fitted into the frame, if you've got
enough depth in your frame. Let me just get the ruler here to give you some
sort of idea of measurement. You'll need at least 55 millimetres of depth
on your frame. If, failing that, you can actually fit these into the door
themselves, in which case you need to run the power through the door onto a
door loop then on the frame. This thing can be sitting on the frame, then,
waiting to accept the lock when the door closes.



So it's a new range for LocksOnline so, if you want to pop on and pick some
up, feel free. If you need more advice, pop an email over to us, or you can
email me directly at Darrel@LocksOnline.co.uk. Either way, it would be
great to hear from you guys.



So here's another product on the product reviews from LocksOnline. Many
thanks for watching and see you real soon. Take care, bye bye.


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