AlarmLock NAPCO Privacy Lock Demonstration

AlarmLock NAPCO exhibited at the Campus Safety National Forum held in Washington, D.C., in June. Here’s one of the products they demonstrated for attendees.

In this video taken at the Campus Safety National Forum in June, Andy Phelps of Alarm Lock and NAPCO demonstrates one of the company’s prox and digital 4100 series locks.

It is a privacy lock that can use a card, fob or keypad, and can be adopted by K-12 campuses or any institution looking for equipment to effectively achieve a lockdown.

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