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Locks and Security News: your weekly locks and security industry newsletter
10th August 2022 Issue no. 619

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First of its kind for Codelocks with new glass door smart lock

* Codelocks-glass-lock.jpgCodelocks has launched its first glass door smart lock, bringing intelligent access control to modern workspaces. Designed for use on glass doors, the CL4500 GD is an updated version of the CL4000, incorporating Codelocks’ NetCode Technology.

The CL4500 GD is a medium duty electronic lock with a Rondo style patch lock to suit toughened glass doors. It has key override access and a 12-button backlit keypad for operation in dim light conditions. The lock can be fitted to a solid door frame using the flat strike panel, or to glass side panels using the additional strike box, meaning it can be installed in partial, or fully glass-walled rooms.

Colin Campbell, Managing Director at Codelocks said, “Our new glass door lock brings stylish sophisticated access control to workplace offices, meetings rooms and hired spaces. While glass walls give a space an open, transparent feel, there is still often the need for access control. With smart technology built in, the CL4500 GD helps to create a flexible environment to work in. Our lock range can also be combined with our antibacterial coating, Clean by Codelocks, helping to minimise the spread of germs.”

As the first of Codelocks’ glass door range to use its NetCode technology, the CL4500 GD can manage up to 350 different users, who can unlock it via a code, card or smart phone. NetCode allows for temporary code generation, ranging between 1 hour to 1 year, with single or multiple uses.  The proprietary technology allows facilities and building managers to create and manage access via an app or online portal. Combined with its battery-powered, standalone build, no WiFi is required to operate the lock, this helps customers to manage access control wherever they are.

For architects, locksmiths and installers looking for an alternative to traditional access control, and facilities and building managers looking to upgrade workplaces, the CL4500 GD combines smart technology with modern access control features.

To find out more about Codelocks’ new glass door lock, visit www.codelocks.co.uk/cl4500-smart-glass-door-lock

27th July 2022




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