The Kaba 3000 Series Narrow Stile Mechanical Lock is a PIN access, fully-mechanical lock for narrow stile door frames. The Kaba 3000 Series can be outfitted to operate with Adams Rite 4900, 4510 and 4710 aluminum door deadlatch models.
Applications for the Kaba 3000 Series Narrow Stile Mechanical Lock include residential and commercial uses where rekeying and user turnover for access is high.
- No Battery: Fully mechanical lock eliminates the material and labor expense of battery replacements
- Number of Codes: Single access code—one easy-to-manage code for all users
- Programming: Lock is easily programmed via keypad without removing lock from the door
- Handing: Non-handed; required drive assembly is factory-handed, not field reversible
- Operation Modes:
- Pushbutton Access
- Passage—allows access without using the lock entry code. Feature activated from the outside using cylinder override key.
- Lockout—disables the lock so that entry code cannot be used to gain access. Access is permitted using the key override only. This is activated from the outside using the cylinder override key.
- Economical: A cost effective access control solution
|Construction:||All metal cast front housing, force-resistant, clutch-protected fixed thumbturn|
|Numeric Keypad:||Vandal resistant, solid metal pushbuttons|
|Locking Device:||Adams Rite 4510/4710/4910 mortise latch|
|Key Override:||Accepts Maximum Security (MS) mortise cylinders; can be used to override the lock combination and gain access using a key. Allows facilities to initiate or maintain a master-keyed security system (keyed alike or keyed differently).|
|Latch:||Purchased separately (Adams Rite)|
|Stile Width:||1-7/8” (48 mm) minimum, required for mounting|
|Door Thickness:||1-3/4” (44 mm) maximum|
|Strike:||Sold separately (Adams Rite or Kaba Ilco Corp.)|
|Items Supplied Include:||Installation instructions, full-scale template, combination change key, and screwdriver|
To place your order for a Kaba 3000 Series Narrow Stile Mechanical Lock or for a quote, contact your local IDN Branch.
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