Tag: electronic access

Microprocessor Controlled Electronic Lock Delivers Advanced Intelligence

R4-EM 9 SeriesSouthco’s new R4-EM 9 Series Electronic Rotary Latch delivers next generation electronic locking through microprocessor controlled actuation, providing highly intelligent, reliable electronic access. The 9 Series features expanded intelligence with microprocessor control of all input and output commands, providing expanded programming capability and customization of latch functionality.

This lightweight design incorporates an integrated door sensor and extended housing for tamper resistance, while an integrated trigger sensor provides indisputable lock/unlock status reporting. The new 9 Series also includes and integrated connector and features snap-on mechanical override bracket for simplified installation.

Additionally, the 9 Series is available with a “kick out” option that enables lightweight doors and drawers to pop open when the latch is unlocked, and a “pull open” style that detents the cam in the fully closed or open position. This door retention feature allows a door or panel to remain in the closed position until it is ready to be opened.

Southco’s R4-EM 9 Series Electronic Rotary Latch incorporates enhanced electronic intelligence along with additional mechanical features, making it an ideal solution for applications that require enhanced remote physical security, such as parcel lockers, medical dispensing equipment and other self-service kiosks.

To learn more about Southco’s complete line of Electronic Access Solutions, visit Southco’s R4-EM product page.

Self-Contained System Named Top Money Saving Product of 2016

Southco is pleased to announce that our SC Self-Contained Electronic Locking System was selected by Buildings Magazine as a Top Money Saving Product of 2016. Buildings Magazine, which reaches over 80K building owners and facilities management professionals, issues the feature annually. The SC Self-Contained was chosen as a top money saving product in the Se

Brochure: Electronic Access Solutions Design Guide

When was the last time you used a mechanical key to unlock your car or hotel room? The transition from mechanical access to electronic locking solutions has been widely adopted  in these applications due to the convenience that it ultimately provides to the end user. This transition is also taking place in the equipment market, with manufacturers looking to

Engineering Article Round Up

In case you missed it, we would like to share a few recent articles by Southco thought leaders that showcase our diverse engineering and technology expertise. Check out the following stories in our Engineering Article Roundup to learn more about the latest technologies and application design solutions. Securing Restricted Information at the Rack L

New Electronic Lock Provides Simplified Electronic Operation

Southco’s new R4-EM 8 Series Electronic Rotary Lock combines the efficient and robust performance of a rotary latch mechanism with simplified DC motor actuation. Flexible, concealed installation provides vandal-resistance and accommodates a variety of cabinet designs. The R4-EM 8 Series is available with or without an extended housing option to accommo

Industry Report: Enhancing Aircraft Cabin Security and Safety

As OEMs concentrate on upgrading cabin interiors with lightweight materials and components, the latest technologies, such as electronically driven locks and latches that can be networked into a plane’s control system offer designers new options for enhanced aircraft cabin security and safety. Incorporating electronically operated locking mechanisms int

Engineering Article Round Up

In case you missed it, we would like to share a few recent articles from around the web that showcase our diverse engineering and technology expertise. Check out the stories in our Engineering Article Roundup to learn more about new technologies and application design solutions from Southco knowledge experts! 1. Technology Makes Medical Equipment

Case Study: AKCP Improves DCIM Security with Southco Electronic Locks

The data center market is constantly expanding as businesses continue to adopt cloud computing within their organizations. With the demand for cloud computing services rapidly increasing, data centers are implementing highly reliable data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solutions to control physical access to the cabinets that secure valuable data.

All-In-One Access: The Self-Contained Electronic Locking System

Southco offers a broad range of electronic access solutions, from electronic locks and latches, such as the R4-EM Electronic Rotary Latch to access control devices, like the EA-KC2 Membrane Keypad. The SC Self-Contained Electronic Locking System is the newest edition to our line of electronic access solutions, combining access control, electronic lock

New Junction Box Facilitates Electronic Access Integration for Server Cabinets

In response to data protection industry regulations, many data centers are networking server racks to their existing security systems to monitor and control physical access to the racks, just as they do for building and room access. Southco’s EA-A01 Security System Integration Kit simplifies the cabling and connections necessary between electronic l