SL 104

Motorised latch lock

The SL 104 security lock is equipped with a motorised latch bolt. It is pre-equipped to accept a Euro profile cylinder for emergency locking. In the standard version, the lock has conventional dry I/O contacts for control and evaluation. The higher-quality version has BUS connectors.

Functional description

The opening process is carried out by pressing a designated button on the control unit, a command via a Facility management system or by holding a valid transponder key to the transponder reader. The latch bolt is released and withdrawn by the motor. The door can be opened manually or by an on-site door drive.

As soon as the door swings out of the frame, the latch bolt drives into latch position by motor.

The door can be slammed shut. As soon as the door is in the frame the latch bolt is secured via motor. The door is completely locked and secured.

In the event of a power failure or malfunction, the lock can be operated with the Euro profile cylinder.

Features

The SL 104 security lock is equipped with a motorised latch bolt. It is pre-equipped to accept a Euro profile cylinder for emergency locking. In the standard version, the lock has conventional dry I/O contacts for control and evaluation. The higher-quality version has BUS connectors.

Application areas

The type SL 104 is designed for gate and passage doors. Lock functions can be set up just as easily as patient privacy locking via RFID transponder keys.

Overview

  • designed for main entrance doors, passage doors, airlock doors
  • Integration into Facility management systems and STUV transponder management software (BUS version)
  • Latch bolt operation via motor
  • Operation via transponder key (optional)
  • Manual emergency locking with Euro profile cylinder (1 turn)

Product locations

  • Passage door
  • Outer gate
  • Airlock door
  • Main entrance door
  • Fire protection door
  • Smoke protection door
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Technical details

Dimensions: (LxWxH) 200 x 22 x 220 mm
Forend dimension: (LxWxH) 280 x 30 x 4 mm
Bolt throw: 20 mm
Bolt material: Stainless steel casting
Bolt finishing: sliding coated
Lock case material: Stainless steel
Finishing: matt
Weight: 3,2 kg
pre-equipped for: Euro profile cylinders
mechanically re-codable: non
mechanical bolt position indicator: non
max. side load latch bolt forces: 10 kN
max. end load latch bolt counterforce: 2,5 kN
Number of audited locking operations: 500,000
Environmental class: IP65
Fire protection testing: AINSI
Break-in standard: according to DIN EN14256
Supply voltage: 24V DC
max. power consumption: 1500 mA
Operating temperature: -40°C to +65°C
Storage temperature: -40°C to +65°C
Relative humidity: 95% non condensing
Control inputs: Lock locked / unlocked
Locking system interlock active / inactive
Sensor outputs: Door open / closed
End position open / closed
Locking mechanism locked / unlocked
Sabotage/Disruption

Options

The following equipment options are available for lock type SL 104:

  • DR | DIN direction: right hand
  • DL | DIN direction: left hand
  • OA | Opening direction: outward
  • OE | Opening direction: inward
  • SK | Special forend: angular
  • SL | Special forend extra long: length 325 mm and width 35 mm
  • SM | Special forend medium wide: Width 40 mm
  • SE | Special forend extra wide: Width 50 mm
  • KB | Locking mechanism interlock (energised locked) and query of the lock states with conv. I/O contacts
  • KU | Locking mechanism interlock (de-energised locked) and query of the lock states with conv. I/O contacts
  • BB | Locking mechanism interlock (energised locked) and query of the lock states with BUS contacts
  • BU | Locking mechanism interlock (de-energised locked) and query of the lock states with BUS contacts
  • CO | Connection for conventional I/O contacts (Dry contacts)
  • CB | Connection for BUS control
  • CT | Connection for BUS control and transponder reader
  • MF | Magnet in latchbolt: lateral
  • AS | Removal barrier
  • PP | PowerPack for one-time motorised emergency locking in case of power failure
  • BW | Motor with particularly effective starting power
  • PS | Production lock (dummy lock without tumbler lock mechanism)

DR | DIN direction: right hand

If the hinges are on the right side of the door, it is the "DIN right" door opening.

Configurable options

  • DIN direction: right
  • DIN direction: left

DL | DIN direction: left hand

If the hinges are on the left side of the door, it is the "DIN left" door opening.

Configurable options

  • DIN direction: right
  • DIN direction: left

OA | Opening direction: outward

Required specification for one-sided closing locks with deadbolt latch or deadbolt and latch. This applies e.g. to lock types HSL 102 and 104 with feature S1.

OE | Opening direction: inward

Required specification for one-sided closing locks with deadbolt latch or deadbolt and latch. This applies e.g. to lock types HSL 102 and 104 with feature S1.

SK | Special forend: angular

The forend is square at both ends and not round.

Configurable options

  • Standard forend: round
  • Special forend: angular
  • Special forend: extra wide
  • Special forend: extra long

SL | Special forend extra long: length 325 mm and width 35 mm

The special forend is 45 mm longer and 5 mm wider than the standard version.

Configurable options

  • Standard forend: round
  • Special forend: angular
  • Special forend: extra wide
  • Special forend: extra long

SM | Special forend medium wide: Width 40 mm

The special forend is 10 mm wider than the standard version.

Configurable options

  • Standard forend: round
  • Special forend: angular
  • Special forend: extra wide
  • Special forend: extra long

SE | Special forend extra wide: Width 50 mm

The special forend is 20 mm wider than the standard version.

Configurable options

  • Standard forend: round
  • Special forend: angular
  • Special forend: extra wide
  • Special forend: extra long

KB | Locking mechanism interlock (energised locked) and query of the lock states with conv. I/O contacts

The mechanical locking mechanism can be interlocked via conventional I/O contacts. Locking with the HSL key is not possible in this state. In addition, various lock states can be signalled:

  • Bolt extended / retracted
  • Lock / door in frame
  • Interlock active / inactive

Configurable options

  • Locking mechanism interlock (energised locked) and status query of the lock states with conv. I/O contacts
  • Locking mechanism interlock (de-energised locked) and status query of the lock states with conv. I/O contacts
  • Locking mechanism interlock (energised locked) and status query of the lock states with Bus contacts
  • Locking mechanism interlock (de-energised locked) and status query of the lock states with Bus contacts

KU | Locking mechanism interlock (de-energised locked) and query of the lock states with conv. I/O contacts

The mechanical locking mechanism can be interlocked via conventional I/O contacts. Locking with the HSL key is not possible in this state. In addition, various lock states can be signalled:

  • Bolt extended / retracted
  • Lock / door in frame
  • Interlock active / inactive

With this equipment option, we also recommend Option ZA (cylinder emergency release in the event of locking mechanism interlock (de-energised blocked)).

Configurable options

  • Locking mechanism interlock (energised locked) and status query of the lock states with conv. I/O contacts
  • Locking mechanism interlock (de-energised locked) and status query of the lock states with conv. I/O contacts
  • Locking mechanism interlock (energised locked) and status query of the lock states with Bus contacts
  • Locking mechanism interlock (de-energised locked) and status query of the lock states with Bus contacts

BB | Locking mechanism interlock (energised locked) and query of the lock states with BUS contacts

The mechanical locking mechanism can be interlocked via BUS contacts. Locking with the HSL key is not possible in this state. In addition, various lock states can be signalled:

  • Bolt extended / retracted
  • Lock / door in frame
  • Interlock active / inactive

Configurable options

  • Locking mechanism interlock (energised locked) and status query of the lock states with conv. I/O contacts
  • Locking mechanism interlock (de-energised locked) and status query of the lock states with conv. I/O contacts
  • Locking mechanism interlock (energised locked) and status query of the lock states with BUS contacts
  • Locking mechanism interlock (de-energised locked) and status query of the lock states with BUS contacts

BU | Locking mechanism interlock (de-energised locked) and query of the lock states with BUS contacts

The mechanical locking mechanism can be interlocked via BUS contacts. Locking with the HSL key is not possible in this state. In addition, various lock states can be signalled:

  • Bolt extended / retracted
  • Lock / door in frame
  • Interlock active / inactive

With this equipment option, we also recommend Option ZA (cylinder emergency release in the event of locking mechanism interlock (de-energised blocked)).

Configurable options

  • Locking mechanism interlock (energised locked) and status query of the lock states with conv. I/O contacts
  • Locking mechanism interlock (de-energised locked) and status query of the lock states with conv. I/O contacts
  • Locking mechanism interlock (energised locked) and status query of the lock states with BUS contacts
  • Locking mechanism interlock (de-energised locked) and status query of the lock states with BUS contacts

CO | Connection for conventional I/O contacts (Dry contacts)

The lock has floating contacts (Dry Contact) for connection to PLC controls or a STUV door control. Large variety of I/O devices available for almost all applications.

  • with floating contacts (Dry Contact)

CB | Connection for BUS control

The lock has a BUS connection. BUS (Binary Unit System) is a data transmission system for the standardised connection of decentrally arranged devices, locks and readers, the so-called bus participants. The line-saving basic principle is that all bus participants can be connected to one bus line and exchange signals for opening, closing, signalling and monitoring on this line.

Benefits

  • Flexibility: If changes need to be made to the door control functions, there is no need to reinstall, only to reprogram
  • Simultaneous use of information: Information from one detector can be used in many places (e.g. opening of a detention room, simultaneous switching on or off of the detention room lighting, signalling of the open door via a signal light)

CT | Connection for BUS control and transponder reader

Connection for BUS control and transponder reader

MF | Magnet in latchbolt: lateral

With a reed contact (provided by the customer) in the frame, this feature enables electronic evaluation of the door's locking status (signal: latch bolt locked and door in frame). The magnets are mounted laterally in the latch and are visible. For this application, we recommend a functional test of the frames in conjunction with an on-site reed contact.

Configurable options

  • Bolt without magnet
  • Bolt with bar magnet
  • Latchbolt with magnet

AS | Removal barrier

The removal barrier prevents unauthorised removal of the lock when the door is open. The lock can only be removed when the locking elements are locked. Ergo, the double-bit key is absolutely necessary.

PP | PowerPack for one-time motorised emergency locking in case of power failure

The PowerPack is installed in the lock and works like a short-term battery. In the event of a power failure, a motorised lock can be opened or closed once.

Configurable options

  • without PowerPack (mechanical closing always guaranteed in case of power failure)
  • with PowerPack

BW | Motor with particularly effective starting power

Motor with particularly effective starting power

PS | Production lock (dummy lock without tumbler lock mechanism)

Dummy lock available for door production without security features. The production lock will be charged. After a faultless return (inspection by STUV Prison Solutions), the amount minus shipping costs will be refunded or charged.

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