SALTO XS4 Ax60 ANSI Mortise Locks

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: SALTO
  • Model code: XS4 Ax60
  • Lock Type: Electric Locks
  • Electric Release Type: Mortice Release
  • Mount Type: Mortice Mount
Additional info:

The XS4 Original wide body version for ANSI mortise locks is specially designed to be compatible with most ANSI mortise locks and tubular latches. It is specially designed for use on busy, high traffic doors that need additional strength. Features: Simple installation is possible on any type of door, including those with narrow frames. Body and escutcheon made of steel. Available with mechanical cylinder cut outs for key override or access lock outs (override Mortise cylinders). Mechanical or electronic privacy option. AMOK option for offline lockdown. The lock can always be opened from the inside (single action panic feature works in conjunction with the SALTO LA1T15 series mortise lock). Complementary escutcheons without reader available to maintain the aesthetics of doors that do not need to be controlled. 

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Make SALTO
Manufacturer SALTO Systems
Model code XS4 Ax60
Lock Type Electric Locks
Electric Release Type Mortice Release
Mount Type Mortice Mount
Additional info

The XS4 Original wide body version for ANSI mortise locks is specially designed to be compatible with most ANSI mortise locks and tubular latches. It is specially designed for use on busy, high traffic doors that need additional strength.

Features:

  • Simple installation is possible on any type of door, including those with narrow frames. Body and escutcheon made of steel.
  • Available with mechanical cylinder cut outs for key override or access lock outs (override Mortise cylinders).
  • Mechanical or electronic privacy option.
  • AMOK option for offline lockdown.
  • The lock can always be opened from the inside (single action panic feature works in conjunction with the SALTO LA1T15 series mortise lock).
  • Complementary escutcheons without reader available to maintain the aesthetics of doors that do not need to be controlled. 
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