Code Locks

A code lock is a mechanical or electronic push-button combination lock that can be used on doors, cabinets and lockers. Ideal for securing confidential documents, hazardous materials or controlling access to certain areas. Code locks are keyless, can also be known as digital locks.

How do Code Locks work?

Simply program your own code into the keypad, codes are set with between 4-8 digits, Once the code is set the user punches in the correct code into the keypad and gains access to that area. 

Code locks are ideal to use in areas such as:

  • Schools

  • Hospitals

  • Offices

  • Warehouses

  • Laboratories

  • Security rooms.

Types of locks
Electronic locks – usually battery or mains powered and have an automatic lock release system upon correct entry of a code. Several benefits to using an electronic lock are there are no keys to lose and only require you to push open the door once you correctly input the code.

Mechanical locks – These locks are more manual and require the user to twist open the handle once they have input the correct combination code into the pushbutton lock.

What are the advantages of code locks?

  • Safeguard important documents

  • No keys required

  • Tough to break in 

  • Access control

  • Codes can be changed

  • Low maintenance

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Description Price Operating Mechanism Handle Material Finish Housing Dimensions Housing Length Housing Width Maximum Door Thickness Minimum Door Thickness
RS Stock No. 754-0912
Mechanical Knob Metal - 153 x 50mm 153mm 50mm 60mm -
RS Stock No. 774-8169
Electronic - - - 80 x 29mm 80mm 29mm - -