DORMA SVZ 6000 Access Control Solenoid Lock

Access control solenoid lock

SVZ locks automatically lock doors after each closing cycle – offering the ultimate in both convenience and security. The automatic deadbolt projection of 20 mm ensures that the door is always locked in accordance with property insurance requirements. The additional anti-thrust engagement of the clawbolt latch provides two-point locking for enhanced security. Mechanical opening remains possible at any time via a key to unlock the europrofile or round cylinder insert.

An access control lock with handle disengagement

SVZ 6000 locks automatically lock doors after each closing cycle – offering the ultimate in both convenience and security. The automatic deadbolt projection of 20 mm ensures that the door is always locked. The additional anti-thrust engagement of the clawbolt latch ensures two-point locking for enhanced security. With the door handles electrically disengaged, mechanical opening remains possible at any time via a key.

Controlled access from both sides of the door

The SVZ 6000 access control solenoid lock is ideal for interior doors that tend to only be used by authorized persons. The automatic self-locking mechanism ensures the door is secured on closing.

With various monitoring functions

The feedback contacts of the lock allow the monitoring of latch, bolt, cylinder and lever. The signaling functions of the SVZ 6000 can also be used for controlling an alarm system or remote monitoring.

Combining with access control

Thanks to lever handle engagement by solenoid, the SVZ 6000 offers a simple solution to satisfying property insurance locking requirements and also providing an effective access control system. The lever handles can, for example, be activated by means of a floating signal triggered by a card reader.

Operational versatility

SVP locks are available in different models suitable for over-rebated or flush-closing timber doors and also narrow stile doors. They are likewise flexible in terms of their installation position thanks to the non-handed (universal) trip latch.

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