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Codelocks CL150 - Polished Brass

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Mechanical digital door lock with 60mm backset.
  • Suitable for internal doors.
  • Non Sequential code with 8,191 possible combinations.
  • Reversible allowing fitting on left or right hand hung doors.
  • No batteries required.
Ref: COD-CL150-PB

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Details

Product Details

Lock
Lock TypeLatch (included)
LatchboltReversible
PIN Code Qty1
PIN Length4 - 7 digits
Possible Combinations8,191
PIN Code EntryNon Sequential
Battery PoweredNo
Features
TypeMechanical
ColourPolished Brass
Weather ResistantNo
Internal DoorsYes
External DoorsNo
Code Free AccessNo
Fast Code ChangeNo
Restricted PIN AccessNo
Operation
Outside OperationPIN Code
Inside OperationFree Exit
Outside Handle TypeKnob
Inside Handle TypeStuby Handle
HandedLeft, Right
Dimensions
Height142mm
Width40mm
Depth80mm
Backset60mm
Door Thickness35mm - 65mm
Q&A [2]

Questions & Answers (2)

 
To set the code do you have remove the backplate and springs to get to the keypins or can you set the code without removing the backplate/springs etc?
Kev, Lancaster
To set the code on a mechanical digital door lock, you must remove the back plate and switch the red tumblers to fill the position of each number you wish to use in your code. The process is less complicated than it sounds and is explained fully in the User Guide.
Jonathan P, 19 Aug 2017
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To set the code do you have remove the backplate and springs to get to the keypins or can you set the code without removing the backplate/springs etc?
Kev, Lancaster
To set the code on a mechanical digital door lock, you must remove the back plate and switch the red tumblers to fill the position of each number you wish to use in your code. The process is less complicated than it sounds and is explained fully in the User Guide.
Jonathan P, 19 Aug 2017
6 of 12 found this answer helpful. Did you?  Yes / No

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