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An electromagnetic lock, magnetic lock, or maglock is a locking device that consists of an electromagnet and an armature plate. There are two main types of electric locking devices. Locking devices can be either "fail safe" or "fail secure". A fail-secure locking device remains locked when power is lost. Fail-safe locking devices are unlocked when de-energized. Direct pull electromagnetic locks are inherently fail-safe. Typically the electromagnet portion of the lock is attached to the door frame and a mating armature plate is attached to the door. The two components are in contact when the door is closed. When the electromagnet is energized, a current passing through the electromagnet creates a magnetic flux that causes the armature plate to attract to the electromagnet, creating a locking action. Because the mating area of the electromagnet and armature is relatively large, the force created by the magnetic flux is strong enough to keep the door locked even under stress.



  • Operating Voltage: 12VDC+10%; Current <1 class="2A">
  • Lock Relay: 12VDC/2A
  • Environmental Temperature: working:0℃~45℃; storage:-10℃~55℃
  • Relative Humidity: working:40%~90%RH;storage:-20%~90%RH
  • RFID Card Capacity: 255 cards, a “Personal PIN” goes alone with each card
  • 4 Digit Public PIN Capacity: 1
  • Proximity Reader Frequency: 125KHz
  • Compatible Cards: EM or EM compatible cards
  • Card Reading Distance: 5—15CM