Camlock Systems launches smart integration hub for multi-lock systems

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Locking solutions provider Camlock Systems has launched the new ACS-200, a smart integration hub that allows users to operate up to 10 locks simultaneously from a single point of control, making it ideal for parcel locker installations.

The ACS-200 has 10 dedicated input ports and 10 dedicated output ports, creating endless possibilities for interacting with the ambient, physical environment through external devices, such as lights, sensors, buzzers, alarms, etc. If control of more than 10 locks is required, multiple hubs can be networked to expand the system. The ACS-200 allows greater visibility and data gathering on the lock as it is capable of monitoring both the door and latch. It also comes with built in customizable hold, interlock and alarm functions and offers multipoint locking ability

The ACS-200 was designed with integration in mind and is compatible with several programming languages and operating systems, allowing easy development of new software or interfacing with existing systems.

Steve Martin, head of product at Camlock Systems, said, “The ACS-200 sets itself apart from the competition with its simplicity and ability to provide status monitoring visibility, programmability and sensor integration, allowing it to interact with its surroundings.”

Camlock Systems has also designed two latching systems for the locker market. The Series 100 is a high-performing lock with tamper-resistant, patented, dual-latching jaws. The Series 400 offers two types of latch: a rotary and a slam latch. With two detachable parts – latch and actuator – it is ideal for space-constrained applications as it can be installed separately and connected via a Bowden cable. Two latches can be operated using one actuator for multipoint locking applications.

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