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Adams Rite eForce-150 For Deadlocks SC
REF: 3090-02-626-US
$446.50

7 In stock

Description

Details

  • Compatible with Adams Rite MS1850 and MS1950 Deadlocks
  • Mortise Deadlock Not Supplied - Order Separately
  • Supplied Without Mortise Cylinder - Order Separately
  • Lock Housing: 1-3/4" (45 mm) wide x 15-3/8" (391 mm) high

The Adams Rite eForce-150 is a battery-operated keyless entry control device that provides access control for Adams Rite deadlocks compatible with aluminum and hollow metal door applications. The device can accommodate up to 150 users, including master, supervisor, emergency users plus two one-time codes. The eForce 3090-150 can operate in three modes: Standard, Passage, and Lockout. All programming is accomplished via the keypad. Device operation is confirmed by both a visual LED light indicator and an audible sound generated by a Piezo horn.

In the standard mode of operation, a programmed 2 to 7-digit character followed by a star (*) key allows for one entry when used with Adams Rite deadlocks. When an authorized code is entered, rotate lever downward 90° to unlock or unlatch locking device. When released, lever returns to horizontal. The MS Deadlocks must always be relocked manually when used with the eForce 3090-150. Hold open time is adjustable from 1 to 9 seconds. eForce 3090-150 accepts any standard mortise cylinder with MS® cam, available separately.

The 3090-02 is compatible with Adams Rite MS1850 and MS1950 deadlocks. It is surface mounted with concealed fasteners. The handle is clutch-protected cast zinc alloy, finished to match housing, with field selectable handing. Powered by 4 AA alkaline batteries; supports 60,000 activations. The keypad is constructed from UV stable material.

Specifications

Specifications

Name Adams Rite eForce-150 For Deadlocks SC
SKU 3090-02-626-US
Brand Adams Rite
Weight (LB) 5.5000
Finish Satin Chrome
Handing Reversible
Locks Type Mortise Lock
Operation Electronic
Lock Features Key Override, Passage Mode
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