Simplex 1000 is a mechanical pushbutton lock that uses a single access code. Highly recommended for office buildings, storage / inventory room, restrooms and more.
The Simplex 1000 Series from Kaba was designed to eliminate problems and costs associated with issuing, controlling, and collecting keys and cards.
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Every lock in the Simplex 1000 Series is mechanical, and designed to allow access via a combination code while also allowing for free egress. Because these locks are mechanical rather than electrical, they also eliminate a number of other issues that many business owners have with digital locks. There is no need for batteries and, if the power goes out in your building, you will not be locked out of your building. On top of that, programming a key code is simple; there is no need to remove the unit from the door or use complex apps or other methods.
Simplex 1000 Series Product Features
The Simplex 1000 Series has a number of features available for business owners that are seeking to simplify the security and lock setup that they have at their businesses. These include the following.
- Locking device for all Simplex 1000 Series locks is a cylindrical latch, which is known for being one of the most secure lock options available.
- Locks are available alone or with a knob option.
- All Simplex 1000 locks have a 3 hour UL/ULC fire rating on “A” labeled doors
- While Simplex 1000 locks are designed for left-hand opening doors, the company has designed them so locksmiths can reverse them while in the field.
- Programming is done through the keypad and does not require external apps or digital options to reprogram the code.
- Access is via one code.
Multiple levels of access available
- Push Button
- Passage, which allows for you to disable the code for a period of time so that people can enter and exit the door freely.
- Lockout, which disables entry code use from the exterior of the door, protecting anyone who may be inside the room or building.