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Marks USA Unveils Lectra Electrified Locks With Easy Installation | Security News – SecurityInformed

Marks USA, a division of NAPCO Security Technologies, renowned for its architectural-grade hardware, locking and access lock lines, is excited to announce the debut of its new labor-saving Lectra electrified locks.

Lectra electrified locks

Lectra locks are ideal for stairwell doors, man-traps, hospitals and receptionist buzz in applications. They are available in both, mortise and cylindrical solenoid-operated locks, in 12 or 24 VDC.

Durable, Grade 1 Lectra locks feature easy and clean installation, save time and labor over electric strikes, concealed latches for greater security, fail-safe & fail-secure models, and Lectra mortise models offer various modes of operation and lock information, such as Request to Exit (REX) and key override switch &/or latch bolt sensor.

Lectra locks are ADA-compliant, meet ANSI/BHMA 156.2 and are UL listed for a 3-hour fire rating. With products that meet or exceed top BHMA Grade 1 standards for durability, by as much as 400%, Marks’ products are known for longevity and are uniquely backed by the Marks exclusive lifetime mechanical warranty.

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