Launching the newly designed „Dial Lock Public“, Lehmann is presenting a freecode dial lock at Interzum with an operating concept that has been optimised to make it easier to operate for both users and facility managers. Its slender form also slips into challenging building situations. It provides the last word in keeping locker contents absolutely secure.
Enhanced ergonomics make the „Dial Lock Public“ so easy to use. This is done by featuring smoothly turning dials, the turn knob’s enhanced feel as well as a dialling circle that has been reduced to a mere 90 degrees.
Setting the dial code, the lock provokes deliberate actions, from the very outset ruling out operating errors, such as accidentally changing the number. A reference line and the easily perceived detent help to turn the correct four numbers to the front. The programming slide is used to save the code selected. After use, pressing the turn knob then scrambles the code.
A clear signal language tells the user that the lock is engaged. When open, theposition marker on the turn knob is at right angles to the number dial reference line, and an indicator lights up green on either side. When the indicator lights up red (also visible from all angles), the lock is engaged and the position marker forms a line with the number dial reference line.
„Dial Lock Public“ is cost-effective in everyday use as managing it involves neither batteries nor keys. Emergency opening is done in five easy steps. For its „Dial Lock Public“, Lehmann has developed a right-hand and a fully-fledged left-hand version that always locks in the direction of the striker plate.
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