The Kawaoka A2 lock is widely used in cleanroom environments and areas with strict cleanliness requirements, such as airlocks, wind locks, and changing rooms. The Kawaoka A2 interlocking lock enhances cleaning efficiency and can perform the function of interlocking doors completely automatically without the need for buttons.
The operating principle of the Kawaoka A2 three-door interlocking lock:
After being connected to power and with all doors closed, the system begins to operate. When one door opens, the other doors automatically close. When the lock is in the power-off state (power loss or not connected to power), all locks are automatically set to the open mode.
The system parameters can be adjusted according to customer requirements. The Kawaoka A2 interlocking lock uses advanced technology, displays digital numbers, provides audible warnings to inform users of the current status, and has an emergency button for use in “unwanted” situations.
The usage process of the Kawaoka A2 three-door interlocking lock:
When first connected to power, the smart chip automatically checks the status of all doors. Close all doors, and if a door is not closed, the display will warn, and there will be an audible door-closing alert until the door is closed.
When all doors are closed, the smart chip automatically checks, and the interlocking function begins to work.
Let’s simulate the operation of the three-door interlocking lock (2 doors). Door A, B, and C are interlocked, with A as the entrance and B and C as exits. Doors B and C will open 6 seconds later than door A.
In normal operation, the user opens door A to enter, and doors B and C will automatically close. When door A is closed, the person inside the room must wait for 6 seconds. The display will show a red color, and there will be an audible “please wait” alert. After 6 seconds, the lock will open and emit a “please exit” sound.
During this process, if an unexpected issue arises, you can press the emergency button, which can deactivate all doors.