SALTO Access Control Door Lock Components

SALTO Access Control Door Lock Components

SALTO access control door lock components and system peripherals are definitely keeping in step with the latest and best new building design trends. The new Dark Bronze option for the XS4 Original and Mini ANSI product range matches some of today’s new design trends and blends perfectly with both white and dark doors, modern styles and sophisticated wooden decorations.

The SALTO door locking product range is available in a variety of finishes to complement each other and other hardware that you may already have in your building on wood or steel doors. The SALTO MyLock online configuration tool, which allows users to choose and see potential door configuration finishes to match your project needs – has added a new Dark Bronze Finish option to the platform. MyLock users can now visualize this stunning finish for several product models including the XS4 Original, the XS4 Mini, and the XS4 Keypad ANSI model electronic locks with the new Dark Bronze finish.

When planning an access control project that requires real-time electronic access control, it is important to be able to visualize the different locks, finishes, and door styles and how they look together. From traditional to contemporary, SALTO hardware comes in a variety of architectural styles and finishes to meet your aesthetic needs and design goals. SALTO MyLock enables specifiers, architects, partners, and end users to individually configure SALTO‘s wire-free electronic door lock components and visualize them on different door types or styles. In addition to the electronic hardware, they can choose from several door models and a wide range of colors, finishes, handles, and functions. Once completed, a MyLock user can preview and download 3D and 2D files including BIM files in a variety of industry formats including Revit, STP, DWG, JPEG, PDF, and more.

As SALTO adds locks and finishes like the new Dark Bronze, the MyLock Configurator is updated to reflect the absolute latest in SALTO electronic lock technology.


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