Electronic door fitting

In the electronic door fitting, the entire electronics, mechanical system, power supply and LED indicators are located in the handle, just like the electronic door handle. This makes the product extremely flexible. Versions of the electronic door fitting with wide and narrow fitting as well as short fitting are available.

The wide fitting is mainly suitable for existing doors, because existing holes are covered, whereas the narrow version can be installed in tubular frame doors. The door fitting with short plate is especially suitable for installation in fire and smoke resistant doors, because the hole layout exactly matches the standard holes for short plate fittings. A conversion from mechanical to electronic system is very fast and easy this way.

The elegant and sleek stainless steel design discretely adapts itself to any surroundings, both new buildings as well as existing buildings.

The product is available for all common transponder technologies of EM/HITAG, LEGIC® and MIFARE®. In addition to the proven radio version (868 MHz), the electronic door handle is also available as a version with Bluetooth® Low Energy (2.4 GHz).

Transponder technology

MIFARE® (13,56 MHz)

Transponder technology

LEGIC® (13,56 MHz)

Transponder technology

EM/HITAG 125 kHz

OSS Standard Offline

868 MHz Radio

Bluetooth® Low Energy technology

Dust and waterproof according to protection class IP66 and thus protected against powerful water jets.

Intrusion detection system (IDS) - connection possible

Emergency exit locks DIN EN 179

Fire and smoke resistant doors DIN EN 1634

Clex prime

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Clex private

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Clex public

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Features

  • Corresponds to the common European lock standards
  • Existing locks can be used
  • In narrow and wide version as well as in the short plate version
  • Different handles can be selected
  • Door fittings suitable for all wood, stell and aluminium doors with narrow or wide frame, with backset of more than 25 mm
  • No wiring required
  • Automatic activation of the electronic system by simply scanning a key (passive transponder as card or transponder key fob)
  • Permanent engagement without additional power consumption possible