KNOCK N'LOCK LTD.
|KNOCK N'LOCK LTD. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150206367||CONTROL OF OPERATION OF A LOCK - Provided is an access control system, including one or more locks, each includes a receiver for receiving a first signal and a processor module for decoding the first signal and for controlling operation of the lock; one or more portable access control units for delivering said first signal to one of said receiving modules when in proximity to a respective lock; and a central system controller for delivering to said control unit at least one second signal; said first signal being generated by said portable access control unit based on said second signal.||07-23-2015|
|20120324969||DOOR CYLINDER LOCK - The presently disclosed subject matter is directed towards an anti-vandalism electronic cylinder lock (||12-27-2012|
|20110083482||CAM LOCK - Disclosed is a cam lock assembly that includes a lock unit, a locking mechanism and a cam, the locking mechanism operating for rotating the cam between open and closed positions thereof; and a separate electrically-driven lock control module connectable to the lock unit and cooperating therewith for selectively switching the lock unit between a locked state in which the cam is in the closed position and an unlocked state in which the cam can be rotated to the open position.||04-14-2011|
|20090308117||SOLENOID-OPERATED ELECTROMECHANICAL LOCK - An electromechanical lock is provide that comprises a locking assembly and a latch solenoid with a plunger axially displaceable, by an electrical command signal, between retracted and extended states and being associated with a first urging arrangement that biases the plunger in a first axial direction from the retracted to the extended states. The locking assembly comprises a lock actuation member movable between first and second states for locking and unlocking the lock, respectively. A second urging arrangement is operative to bias the actuation member to move to the second state. A third urging arrangement is operative to bias the actuation member to move from the second to the first state. The plunger is operatively associated with the locking assembly to cause said lock actuation member to move from the first to the second state for unlocking the lock upon displacement of the plunger in the first direction, and to permit movement of the actuation member, induced by the third urging arrangement, from the second to the first state for locking the lock, upon displacement of the plunger from the extended to the retraced state.||12-17-2009|
Patent applications by KNOCK N'LOCK LTD.