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Electromagnetic Lock protects small, low security doors.

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May 23, 2006 - Designed for cabinets and drawers, E-941SA-80 miniature electromagnetic lock measures 2¾ x ¾ x 1¼ in. It features 12 and 24 Vdc dual-voltage operations, and has 80 lb holding force. Product comes with 36 in. wire leads, removable bracket, and offers anodized aluminum housing, MOV surge protection, and no residual magnetism.

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SECO-LARM Announces New 80-Pound Electromagnetic Lock

Press release date: May 10, 2006

New Lock Offers Complete Protection for small, low security doors, including cabinets and drawers.

IRVINE, CALIF., May 10, 2006 - SECO-LARM U.S.A, Inc. will soon have available the E-941SA-80 miniature electromagnetic lock as part of a complete line of access control devices.

The E-941SA-80 measures a mere 2-¾ x ¾ x 1-¼". It is designed for use in cabinets and drawers. It also features dual-voltage - 12VDC or 24VDC - operation, and has an 80-pound (36kg.) holding force.

In addition to its small size, the lock features a handsome design. It comes with 36-inch wire leads and a removable bracket for easy installation.

SECO-LARM offers a complete line of electromagnetic locks, including the E-941SA-300 with a 300-pound (136kg) holding force, the E-941SA-600 with a 600-pound (272kg) holding force, and the E-941SA-1200 with a 1,200-pound (545kg) holding force. All four models offer an anodized aluminum housing, MOV surge protection, and no residual magnetism.

The E-941SA-80 is just one of SECO-LARM's wide selection of alarms and accessories for the security and electronics industries. For more information about the E-941SA series or any of SECO-LARM's full line of residential and commercial security systems and accessories, or to request our latest catalog, please contact the SECO-LARM Sales Department (949) 261-2999 (California), fax (949) 261-7326 or (800) 662-0800, or visit us on the Web at

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