Codelocks Releases Its First Smart Lock for Glass Doors

The CL4500 GD from Codelocks is a medium-duty electronic lock with a Rondo-style patch lock that features key override access and can manage up to 350 different users.

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. — Codelocks, a provider of access control solutions and keyless door locks, announces its first smart lock designed to be used on glass doors, the CL4500 GD.

Equipped with NetCode technology that allows users to create date- and time-sensitive temporary coded access, the CL4500 GD is a medium-duty electronic lock with a Rondo-style patch lock well-suited to fit the tough disposition of glass, according to the company.

The CL4500 GD has key override access and can manage up to 350 different users, who have the ability to unlock via a code, card or smartphone. NetCode’s proprietary technology is said to allow facilities and building managers to create and manage access via an app or online portal, leading to temporary code generation that can range from one hour to one year for single or multiple uses quickly and easily.

Once generated, a NetCode can be shared via email or SMS and will expire after its set duration, ideal for visiting service engineers and delivery personnel.

“Glass walls and doors give a space an extraordinary and uplifting look and feel, but users are still in need of an advanced locking system that provides high-end security in return,” says Matt Welty, vice president, Americas at Codelocks. “From corporate offices to retail shops and co-working spaces, the CL4500 GD is the ideal solution to experience stylish and sophisticated access control. With smart technology built-in, the CL4500 GD helps to create a flexible and secure work environment. In addition, our entire lock range can also be combined with our antibacterial clear coating, Clean by Codelocks, helping to minimize the spread of germs.”

The lock is a standalone battery-powered lock and does not require any WiFi to operate, allowing increased potential for use in areas where WiFi is intermittent or unavailable. The lock can be fitted to a solid door frame using the flat strike panel, or to glass side panels using the additional strike box.

Codelocks says this makes it possible to use the lock in rooms that are either partially or fully glass-walled. It also includes a 12-button backlit keypad for operation in dim light conditions.

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