ASSA ABLOY Electronic Security Hardware Eco-Friendly Magnalocks

ASSA ABLOY’s new Securitron M680E Series Magnalock with EcoMag technology reduces power consumption by as much as 80 percent.

ASSA ABLOY Electronic Security Hardware Eco-Friendly Magnalocks

ASSA ABLOY Electronic Security Hardware, a manufacturer of door security solutions, introduces Securitron M680E Series Magnalock with EcoMag technology.

The new series has an increased holding strength of 1,200 pounds and is eco-friendly, with an average power draw as low as 60mA at 24V that allows for use of smaller backup batteries and longer wire runs of thinner wire, according to ASSA ABLOY.

The change in power reduces energy consumption by up to 80 percent compared to the previous Securitron M680 Series.

“We knew it was important for the next iteration of the Securitron M680 series to be stronger as well as eco-friendly. Throughout the design phase, we worked to ensure that every feature would add something to the series, even going as far as considering throw-away items like using biodegradable cornstarch in the packaging,” says senior product manager David Corbin.

The Securitron M680E series has optional, integrated features, including passive infrared motion detector, Securitron BondSTAT bond sensor, Door Position Switch and door prop sensing.

Standard features include configurable LED, auto-relock timer, tamper monitoring and MagnaCare lifetime replacement coverage.

An additional new feature is a new strike plate mounting template that ensures strike alignment upon installation.

The new series is offered at the same price point as the previous series.


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