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eCam electromechanical lock for cam latches offers vehicle security

New EMKA eCam electromechanical lock

The new eCam from EMKA provides a secure electromechanical locking system to prevent opening of a manually operated latch/lock even when forced from the outside. Their EMKA eCam is designed especially for trailers, mobile homes and RVs where it enables multiple locking/unlocking from a remote central point.

Each door latch/lock may be selected to suit the individual door so that it engages into the eCam.



Variants of eCam include no-status-indicator, status-indicator-included or with-status indicator-and-automatic-unlock in case of power failure.

Supply voltage required is in the range 9V – 32V and emergency opening is facilitated by means of a bowden cable mounting kit if required.

A video of the eCam operation can be viewed HERE.

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