The BL2201 ECP is one of our entry-level models making up the 2000 series range. Fully mechanical and with a simplistic design, the model provides automatic locking until such a time that the correct code is entered.
Separating the Easicode Pro range from the conventional locks is the patented “On the door” code change method. With this, the long and drawn-out method of removing tumblers from the back of the keypad is over, cutting down what could be a 10-15 minute job to one that takes only 30 seconds.
This lock comes with an anti-trust tubular 60mm latch with thumb turn handles with over 4000 combinations, and is cycle tested to 50,000 operations, and is suited for internal doors where unauthorized entry is at risk.
This particular model comes fitted with a holdback function, allowing the door to be locked open for situations that demand free movement.
This keypad is ideal for light-duty, access control solutions and is suited for internal wooden or composite doors.
If you are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us by phone. Personalized or other customized products cannot be returned for refund or exchange under any circumstances unless stated otherwise at the time of purchase.
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