Magnetic-coded Lock

A magnetic-coded lock is a lock device that uses pins in combination with magnets to prevent entry by either non-matching keys by teething or magnetic polarity. Magnetic-coded locks encompass knob locks, cylinder locks, lever locks, and deadbolt locks as well as applications in other security devices.

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Magnetic-coded Lock - Features - Installation
... The same as conventional lock installation ... Drilling with hole saw may be required in doors lacking a hole for assembly ...

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