Southco, Inc., a global provider of engineered access solutions, has expanded its R4-EM Electronic Rotary Latch series with a compact version that offers advanced intelligence.
The new R4-EM-05 Electronic Rotary Latch provides concealed, electronic latching and increased security without sacrificing strength or functionality, making it an ideal choice for applications with significant space limitations.
The lightweight R4-EM-05 Electronic Rotary Latch is designed with integrated latch and door status sensors that provide reliable security and remote monitoring for equipment located in high-traffic areas, such as self-service kiosks and mobile medical equipment.
Wireless connectivity makes it easy to connect the latch to existing software for indisputable status reporting. With an energy-efficient, low-power draw, the R4-EM-05 is designed to run on batteries and is available with an optional mechanical override.
The R4-EM-05 Electronic Rotary Latch provides a concealed, push-to-close access control solution for a wide variety of industry applications, where space is at a premium and remote access is necessary. The R4-EM-05 delivers enhanced and intelligent security without having to compromise on mechanical latching strength.
Southco’s R4-EM Electronic Rotary Latch Series provides the convenience of electronic access control with the security of a proven rotary latch design in a compact, integrated package. Easy push-to-close operation and electronic actuation simplify access across a wide variety of applications. R4-EMs are available in a variety of materials to suit indoor and outdoor use, with optional microswitch and a delayed re-lock versions that keep doors unlocked for manual opening/closing cycles.
“The R4-EM-05 Electronic Rotary Latch incorporates enhanced electronic intelligence along with additional mechanical features in a small package, making it an ideal solution for small drawer and access panel applications in parcel lockers, medical dispensing equipment and other self-service kiosks,” said Mike Fahy, commercial product manager.