RS PRO Access Control Door Magnet, 1000N Holding Force 24V dc
- RS Stock No.:
- RS PRO
- COO (Country of Origin):
|1 +||kr 625,29|
RS PRO Energise to Hold Magnetic Locks
Designed for use with machine mechanisms or as door magnets, our high quality RS PRO range presents this small yet powerful magnetic lock. Able to remotely lock or un-lock with quick operation, these electro-permanent magnets are energised to hold and de-energised to release. Optimum performance when used with RS armature plates (available separately): please see stock no 739-3211 etc.
Options available include:
739-3239 - 65 mm Dia. 240V Electro Holding Magnet
739-3233 - 65 mm Dia. 24V Electro Holding Magnet
739-3242 - 65 mm Dia. 12V Electro Holding Magnet
739-3245 - 50 mm Dia. 240V Electro Holding Magnet
739-3267 - 50 mm Dia. 24V Electro Holding Magnet
739-3261 - 50 mm Dia. 12V Electro Holding Magnet
739-3270 - 40 mm Dia. 24V Electro Holding Magnet
739-3273 - 40 mm Dia. 12V Electro Holding Magnet
739-3249 - 30 mm Dia. 24V Electro Holding Magnet
739-3258 - 30 mm Dia. 12V Electro Holding Magnet
739-3277 - 25 mm Dia. 24V Electro Holding Magnet
739-3286 - 25 mm Dia. 12V Electro Holding Magnet
These RS PRO magnetic locks are suitable for typical applications such as machine mechanisms, door/guard locking and remote hold/release requirements.
12 and 24 V dc versions have a 2 pole connector
12 and 24 V dc versions are IP20 rated
240 V ac versions have a Din 43650 connector
240 V ac versions are IP54 rated
Threaded holes in rear face
Bright nickel plated with machined face
Access control door magnets can be used across various domestic and commercial applications and offer solutions where a high security level is required. In some environments doors are required to be held open under normal conditions and them automatically released in the event of fire alarms and evacuation. Door magnets ensure that doors close automatically and are securely closed. Magnetic door holders are suitable for a range of applications, such as schools, nursing homes, and hospitals, to form part of a high-quality security system.
How to install a door magnet?
Generally the electromagnet is attached to the door frame, whilst an armature plate is attached to the door itself. Occasionally brackets may be needed to ensure the magnet is in the correct position for contact with the plate. To achieve the optimal pull force of 100%, a contact area must be achieved using the recommended armature plates.
Where would an access control door magnet be useful?
|Supply Voltage||24V dc|