RFID lock

The RFID lock is a battery-operated digital locker lock that can be programmed in shared or fixed user modes. The RFID lock works with iClass and Mifare where users access their locker with RFID media such as a card, key fob or sticker. It features an override key for emergency access and low power consumption for 2-3 years of use.

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Specifications

Type Battery operated
Mode Dedicated and shared
Finish Anodised matte black / Brushed nickel
Accessible (DDA) No
Water resistance IP55 rated
Auto unlock No
RFID standards ISO 14443A, ISO 14443B, ISO 15693
Material Metal
Door thickness 1mm - 30mm
Fitting Left and right handed
Locking mechanism Cam lock
Retrofittable Yes
Battery life 54,000 cycles (2-3 years approx)
Battery type 4 x AA batteries (included)

Dimensions

Height 130 mm
Width 30 mm
Depth 12 mm

Features

- Can be programmed in shared or dedicated user modes. - Retrofit from barrel locks with a converter plug.
- Master key for emergency access. - IP55 rated, resistant to direct water contact and humidity.
- Programming keys to change lock functionality. - Standard finishes of brushed nickel and black.
- Available in vertical and horizontal body styles. - Custom finishes available upon request.
- Battery life of 54,000 cycles lasting between 2-3 years. - Flat, offset, and lifter cam or spring latch lock options.
- Can operate with an ADA compliant user key. - Compatible with wood, plastic & metal locker doors.
- Master key can charge lock in case of battery drain. - Handle position shows if locker is occupied or available.
- Works with 13.56 MHz iClass and Mifare standards. Including ISO 14443A, ISO 14443B, ISO 15693.

How it works

User operated through an RFID media card, key or sticker.
RFID media can be fixed or one time use.
Can operate with an ADA compliant user key.
Manager access with a manager key.
Compatible RFID standards include ISO 14443A, ISO 14443B and ISO 15693.

Warranty

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

Specifications

Type Battery operated
Mode Dedicated and shared
Finish Anodised matte black / Brushed nickel
Accessible (DDA) No
Water resistance IP55 rated
Auto unlock No
RFID standards ISO 14443A, ISO 14443B, ISO 15693
Material Metal
Door thickness 1mm - 30mm
Fitting Left and right handed
Locking mechanism Cam lock
Retrofittable Yes
Battery life 54,000 cycles (2-3 years approx)
Battery type 4 x AA batteries (included)

Dimensions

Height 130 mm
Width 30 mm
Depth 12 mm
Features

Features

- Can be programmed in shared or dedicated user modes. - Retrofit from barrel locks with a converter plug.
- Master key for emergency access. - IP55 rated, resistant to direct water contact and humidity.
- Programming keys to change lock functionality. - Standard finishes of brushed nickel and black.
- Available in vertical and horizontal body styles. - Custom finishes available upon request.
- Battery life of 54,000 cycles lasting between 2-3 years. - Flat, offset, and lifter cam or spring latch lock options.
- Can operate with an ADA compliant user key. - Compatible with wood, plastic & metal locker doors.
- Master key can charge lock in case of battery drain. - Handle position shows if locker is occupied or available.
- Works with 13.56 MHz iClass and Mifare standards. Including ISO 14443A, ISO 14443B, ISO 15693.
How it works

How it works

User operated through an RFID media card, key or sticker.
RFID media can be fixed or one time use.
Can operate with an ADA compliant user key.
Manager access with a manager key.
Compatible RFID standards include ISO 14443A, ISO 14443B and ISO 15693.
Warranty

Warranty

The RFID lock comes with a 1 year standard warranty.

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.