Locks & Door Hardware
Battery powered cabinet locks
Camden has introduced its new CX-EL90 line of electromechanical cabinet locks with built-in proximity access control card readers, powered by battery or a 120 VAC adaptor.
CX-EL90 Series is designed for institutional, commercial, retail and industrial applications. The cabinet locks provide an intelligent locking solution for applications requiring secure storage or display of valuables, such as jewelry and collectables; dangerous goods such as fire arms or chemicals; pharmaceuticals such as drug dispensaries or drug cabinets; and restricting access to documents or equipment such as financial data, computer servers and keys.
The self-contained, battery powered feature also make these locks ideal for securing portable cabinets/equipment, such as those found in healthcare and gaming facilities. Once mounted inside the cabinet, the Prox Cabinet Locks cannot be vandalized.
The compact size and both front and side pin locking enables the CX-EL90 Series to be installed on virtually any drawer, cabinet, display or locker.
CX-EL90 Cabinet Locks are available for single lock, multi-lock (group mode) and multiple locks with individual card access (locker mode).Innovative front and side locking enable master and slave locks to be used on sliding doors (glass or wood), hinged doors (glass or wood) and drawers (front, rear or bottom).
In addition, Camden offers the locks in several convenient and affordable kits that include the lock, battery, one program card and two user access cards.
Prox Cabinet Locks are also supported with expansion (slave) locks, including battery powered and line-powered locks, cards, fobs and accessories, including network cables, power supplies and external card readers.
Additional features include low battery audible alert and an optional alarm, if the cabinet is left open for more than 20 seconds.
“With its combined proximity reader and high quality electro-mechanical lock, the CX-EL9070 is a complete and intelligent electrified lock solution,” stated David Price, marketing manager for Camden.