Manufacturer: Dorma Kaba
General Description: InSync D Deadbolt Lock; Bright Brass
Model: R, D Lock
Locking Device: 0, Adjustable Backset Deadbolt, 1” Face Plate
Class: 1, Unit – Individual entry door lock. Rotation of the inside thumbturn or the inserted RFID key extends or retracts the 1” deadbolt
Finish: U3, Bright Brass
InSync locks work together with SAM RF software to create a single system that manages both key and access control at perimeter entries, amenity and utility doors as well as apartment or bedroom doors. With the InSync system, administrators only need to program the locks once; the software continually manages critical informational changes such as access privileges and move ins/outs. This information is delivered automatically to each lock via the InSync key once the “New” version of the key is created and used in the locks. Only one key is required for use at multiple access points, creating a convenient and efficient “No Touring” user experience. InSync lock models accommodate virtually all door types and preparations, and common area/amenity applications. The locks feature contemporary finishes and lever options to complement today’s design trends.
- Unit — Designed for apartment entry, offices, utility rooms, and more
- Suite — Ideal for multiple leases per apartment, such as student housing
- Common — Used for perimeter entries and amenity spaces
- Entry — Used to make an InSync Unit lock behave like a hotel lock; the lock will always automatically re-lock behind a resident
- Suite Egress — Used to make a Suite lock act like a Unit lock where the key or the thumbturn is used to manually re-lock the lock
The InSync Access Control System has different configurations to accommodate various applications, from unit and suite to elevator and pool access.
InSync I and D Unit Locks
The I and D unit configurations provide operational functionality for individual entry doors. Rotation of the inside thumbturn or the inserted RFID key extends or retracts the 1" dead bolt locking or unlocking the door. In the locked position, only duplicate resident and authorized service keys can access the unit. Unit locks are programmed with one resident code (change key). Each key made with one resident code can have up to 64 unique identity codes.