Magnetic lock: Also called electromagnetic locks or maglocks.
It is an access control electric lock that relies on the suction generated between the electromagnet and the iron block to close the door. The magnetic door lock is also an electric lock that opens the door when power off. Magnetic locks are commonly used for wooden doors, metal doors, and fire doors.
Today’s magnetic locks compare well above that of conventional door locks and they cost less than conventional light bulbs to operate. Power supplies incorporating a trickle-charged lead-acid battery pack should be used to retain security for short-term power outages. Magnetic locks possess a number of advantages over conventional locks and electric strikes. For example, their durability and quick operation can make them valuable in a high-traffic office environment where electronic authentication is necessary. Also, you can control magnetic door lock with remote control.
Advantages: The performance is relatively stable, and the repair rate will be lower than other access control electric locks. It is easy to install, no need to dig the lock hole, only use the wire trough, and fix the lock body with screws.
Disadvantages: It is usually installed on the top of the door sill outside the door, and because of the exposure, the aesthetics and safety are not as good as the hidden installation of the electric mortise lock. The price is almost the same as the electric bolt lock, and some will be slightly higher.
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