AGL66 Gate & Roller Door Lock
The AGL66 is a high strength lock designed for securing gates, roller doors, shipping containers, and any other large
doors or entries , with an impressive-Static Strength/ holding force of 50,000N (5,000Kg)
The gate and roller door lock has been designed from the ground up with weatherproofing as a critical feature. With an IP67 certified design, E-coated aluminium lock body and strike for excellent corrosion resistance, and a built-in heater for continued functionality in colder climates, the lock can handle any environment it is placed in.
Its ability to integrate into an access control system is what elevates it beyond anything available in the market.
Fully monitored, weatherproof (IP67) and user configurable, the AGL66 is the perfect indoor and outdoor locking solution. Able to integrate with access control or alarm systems ,user selectable for either fail safe or fail secure, and 3 user selectable control methods ,multiple attempts to lock/unlock .It also offers very versatile installation options with its symmetrical design enables horizontal and vertical installation options, the lock has a 3 metre flying cable for easy connection to the monitoring, control and 12-24V DC power.
If lock heater option is operated the unit must
be powered by a 24V DC Input.
Maximum current usage for when the heater is
on to be a maximum of 2.0A@24V.
Door Gap 15mm maximum
Static Strength 50,000N (5,000Kg)
Dynamic Strength 200J (factory tested to UL 1034 standard)
Endurance Cycle tested to 300,000 operations
Bolt Pin ø18mm, 30mm extension, ø28mm receiver
Voltage at Lock 12 – 24V DC ±15%
Current Usage Standby: 40mA@12V, 30mA@24V Maximum: 1.0A@12V, 0.5A@24V
Monitor Switch Ratings 24VDC, 0.25A
Materials Lock / Strike Body: Aluminium 383
Bolt Pin: Stainless Steel 304
Strike Ring: UV Stabilized ABS
Compliance and Certification CE Compliant, RoHS 2 Compliant
FCC Part 15 / ISED Compliant
IP67 Ingress Protection
Grade 4 Corrosion Resistance (EN 1670:2007)
Cold Operation -35°C (EN 60068-2-1:2007)
Dry Heat Operation +70°C (EN 60068-2-2:2007)