MC-HCL1 Cylindrical, Smart Card Hotel Lock. Electronic swipe card hotel lock
A perfect solution for hotel, dormitories, hospitals and even homes. The Maglocks.com hotel swipe card lock is the solution where constant rekeys are a problem.
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What do mean by a standard 2-1/8" door prep? Are we talking the "backset" which should be either a 2-3/8" or 2-3/4" to be standard?
Posted byon Thursday 11th of October 2012
The 2-1/8" prep is the typical dimension of the large cutout on the face of the door where the lockset will be mounted to.
This lockset will come with BOTH 2-3/8" and 2-3/4" backset latches. For our new RFID unit that will install in the same door prep please see our RF-C8500 cylindrical lock.
Can the MC-HCL1 be set to always be unlocked? If not do u have any lock like this that can default to unlock status?
Posted byon Wednesday 22nd of February 2012
Yes, using the included mechanical key override you can leave the lock in an "unlocked" state for free entry and exit.
What would happen if i connected a 9v battery instead of the 4 AA batteries
Posted byon Saturday 19th of November 2011
The operatational range of the locking component is 4.5 V to 6.0 V. The manufacturing specifications call for 4 AA bateries (1.5 V x 4 = 6.0 V). The output of the 9 V exceeds the manufacturers operational range. We posed your question to our engineering team. While the operational range has some flexibility to handle voltage above the 6.0 V ceiling +10%. The locking components are not rated and have not been testing above the 10% variance. We would not recommend powering the locking components with a 9 V battery.
How much current does it use?
Posted byon Sunday 6th of November 2011The four AA batteries will power the hotel lock at operational levels through 15,000 locking cycles. Given a typical use pattern of 15 cycles per day under medium to heavy use, the lock will remain powered for 1,000 days (2.7 years)
Posted byon Sunday 6th of November 2011The MC-HCL1 hotel lock operates on 4 standard AA (1.5 V) alkaline batteries producing a combined 6 Volts. The operational range of the lock is 4 V to 6 V. As such, under normal to heavy use (15 to 20 open / close cycles per day) the lock batteries will operate for over 1 year. Average performance is 24 months.
I also have 3 lobby doors with panic bars, is there a module compatable with the MC-HCL1 for them also? Thank you,
Posted byon Friday 21st of October 2011
We offer common door readers to integrate with our hotel locking systems. The common door (lobby, elevator, side exit, pool, etc.) can be purchased as;
Complete Door Kits: