|Dimensions||Body: 98 x 66 mm
Knob: Ø 39 mm x 19,74 mm
|Material||Knob: Plastic and Zamak
|Frequency band||125kHz / 13,56MHz|
|Battery||Lithium Battery 3 V, CR123A|
|Closure cycles per Battery||About 25.000 closing cycles|
|Temperature||-5°C to +40°C|
|Lock fastening||Metal: M19 nut
|Assembly||Wooden or metallic furniture|
|Door thickness wood||16/19/22mm|
|Programming||Private mode (lock can only be opened and closed with previously authorized transponders)
Multi User (transponder does not have to be trained, also known as hotel mode)
Optional: status display, busy detection, beeps, bar mode, trap mode
|Packing Unit||1x Lock body
1x Locking part
1x M19 Nut
1x Adhesive Pad
1x Distance holder short
1x Distance holder long
4x Euro screws
2x 3V lithium battery
The ID LOCK 3000 as well as the knob are mounted with an Allen key and thus, provides a very robust und stable construction. The door lock may be opened manually with its attached door knob. With a battery life span of over 25,000 opening/closing-cycles, the door lock lasts twice as long as similar door locks.
The ID LOCK 3000 has two different possible programs, facilitating different situations. As a standard, the ID LOCK 3000 is delivered in the version “Multi User with occupation” also known as Free Locker Mode. Thus, no programmed transponder is required and, therefore, users may choose lockers freely. While locking, an information will be transferred to the transponder. Thus, only one locker can be locked. The LED ring integrated in the knob permanently indicates
the status of the lock.
The door lock ID LOCK 3000, available for MIFARE® and Hitag S2048, may be retrofitted to doors with door thicknesses of 16-22 mm, and works perfectly fine with existing card systems. The ID LOCK 3000 is perfect for indoor areas and may be used with both wood and metal doors.
Due to the integrated RTC (realtimeclock) the lock may be programmed to open automatically to a specific time.
Furthermore, the locker number will be written on the transponder while locking the door lock. If members or visitors have forgotten their locker number, the number may be displayed by a terminal. In addition, the door lock also writes the battery level to the transponder by each closing.