Coin lock

The coin locker lock operates when the user inserts a coin, then turns and removes the key. It's a battery-free, user-operated system that is best suited to shared lockers. The coin lock includes a master override key, an option for $1 or $2 AUD coins and an optional coin collect box that can be fitted to the lock unit.

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Specifications

Type Mechanical
Mode Shared
Accessible (DDA) No
Coin options $1 or $2 AUD coins
Water resistance IP55 rated on request
Material Plastic and metal
Door thickness 4mm - 23mm
Fitting Left and right handed
Locking mechanism Dead bolt
Retrofittable Yes

Dimensions

Height (door face) 20 mm
Width (door face) 20 mm
Depth (door face) 35 mm
Height (internal) 145 mm
Width (internal) 115 mm
Depth (internal) 2 mm

Features

Lock operates with a coin deposit.
Option for $1 or $2 AUD coins.
Master key for emergency access.
Exchangeable barrel for replacement of lock and key in the event of key loss or theft.
Optional coin collection box can be fitted to lock.
Card operated version available.
To prevent unauthorised access, cards must be punched with a special card puncher.
Dual card and coin version available for Members to access lockers with their cards and occasional users by inserting a coin.
NO BATTERIES to maintain – saving cost and the environment.

How it works

User operated by inserting a coin or card into the lock, locking the door and removing the key.
To open, the key is inserted and the coin is returned. The coin can also be collected with a collection box attachment.
Manager access with a master key from the front.

Warranty

The coin lock comes with a 1 year standard warranty.
Product specifications

Specifications

Type Mechanical
Mode Shared
Accessible (DDA) No
Coin options $1 or $2 AUD coins
Water resistance IP55 rated on request
Material Plastic and metal
Door thickness 4mm - 23mm
Fitting Left and right handed
Locking mechanism Dead bolt
Retrofittable Yes

Dimensions

Height (door face) 20 mm
Width (door face) 20 mm
Depth (door face) 35 mm
Height (internal) 145 mm
Width (internal) 115 mm
Depth (internal) 2 mm
Features

Features

Lock operates with a coin deposit.
Option for $1 or $2 AUD coins.
Master key for emergency access.
Exchangeable barrel for replacement of lock and key in the event of key loss or theft.
Optional coin collection box can be fitted to lock.
Card operated version available.
To prevent unauthorised access, cards must be punched with a special card puncher.
Dual card and coin version available for Members to access lockers with their cards and occasional users by inserting a coin.
NO BATTERIES to maintain – saving cost and the environment.
How it works

How it works

User operated by inserting a coin or card into the lock, locking the door and removing the key.
To open, the key is inserted and the coin is returned. The coin can also be collected with a collection box attachment.
Manager access with a master key from the front.
Warranty

Warranty

The coin lock comes with a 1 year standard warranty.

Lock models

The coin lock is available in a variety of different models shown below.

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Dry area coin lock

The original coin lock is ideal for dry area facilities such as gyms, fitness clubs and shopping centres. Coin is returned after the key is returned to the locker.

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Wet area coin lock

Made from corrosion resistant materials. The wet area coin lock is perfect for lockers in high humidity areas such as saunas or swimming pools.

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Dry area card and coin lock

Designed for dry facilities where users have a cardbased identification like gyms and fitness clubs. Uses both a coin and a card to reserve a locker.

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Wet area card and coin lock

The wet area coin and card lock is perfect for lockers in high humidity areas such as saunas or swimming pools. Uses both a coin and a card to reserve a locker.

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Coin collection box

The coin collecting box can be fitted to any coin lock. It is manufactured using corrosion-resistant materials and comes with an anti-theft key profile.

FAQs

How do I choose the best lock for my space?

With so many locks on the market, it can be hard to choose the best one for your space. Start by identifying which features you need. Consider how many lockers you'll have, how the space will be used and the security requirements of your space. If you're not sure, just speak to our team!

What is the difference between shared and dedicated user modes?

Locker locks are programmed in different modes to suit the spaces they operate in. In shared mode, the user finds an available locker and operates it with a single-use code or key. In dedicated mode, the locker belongs to one person who operates it with a permanent code or key.

How much are locker locks?

Locker locks range from $20 up to $350 each. This means there is a lock for every price point! When purchasing a lock, it's important to consider features vs cost. Does the lock do what you need it to do? What are the associated lifetime costs? If you're not sure, our team can help you find the best lock for you.

Where does Lockin deliver?

Lockin delivers locks anywhere in Australia and New Zealand. Whether you're looking for one lock or one thousand we can help! Plus our team can assist you with programming, installation, training, and ongoing support.