Electromagnetic Door Lock YM-280LED-DS (including Z & L Brackets)

£89.99 inc.VAT | £74.99 ex.VAT

Automatic electro-mechanical lock for single surface mounted doors that are electrically controlled to lock or unlock.

Surface mounted electromagnetic lock for single doors. Includes Z & L brackets for doors that require surface mounting to exterior of frame. For surface mounted installation on glass, wood, metal and fireproof doors.

Works in Fail Safe mode (NC), is unlocked in the absence of current in the electromagnet, so it is suitable for use in doors that must meet standards for emergency exit. Completely silent operation as the maglock has no moving parts and as such is very low maintenance/long life.

Maximum holding force 280Kg. Can work with either 12V DC or 24V DC, selectable via an internal jumper. With red/green LED’s which indicate the door status (open/closed). Door status sensor NO/NC. Can be controlled by and access control system or with a  push button.

Manufactured in galvanised steel with anodised aluminium housing and double insulation for improved retention force. Recommended for interior use.

For more information and volume incentive discounts please contact us.


  • Mounting: Surface mounted
  • Opening mode: Fail Safe NC
  • Retention force: 28 Kg
  • Output Signal: Opening mode, NO/COM
  • Power supply: DC 12 V / 500 mA, DC 24 V / 250 mA
  • Plate dimensions (D/H/W in mm):  25 x 48.5 x 250
  • Weight 1900 g
  • Temperature: -10º C ~ +55º C

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