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Slam Latch Single Point Latch 

Doors with this latch have a swing handle with a keyed lock. The latch is opened (unlatched) by turning the handle, but is closed (latched) simply by shutting the door. There is a single latch point at the midpoint of the door next to the handle. Note that the swing handle has an open and closed position, also, and only turns in the open position. The included keys release the swing handle so that it can be turned.

Swing Handle Single Point Latch 

Doors with this latch have a swing handle with a keyed lock. The door is opened (unlatched) and closed (latched) by turning the handle. There is a single latch point at the midpoint of the door next to the handle. Note that the swing handle has an open and closed position, also, and only turns in the open position. The included keys release the swing handle so that it can be turned.

Swing Handle Two Point Latch 

Doors with this latch have a swing handle with a keyed lock. The door is opened (unlatched) and closed (latched) by turning the handle. There are two latch points located at the top and bottom of the door. Note that the swing handle has an open and closed position, also, and only turns in the open position. The included keys release the swing handle so that it can be turned.

Swing Latch

 
   

Combination Lock Single Point Latch 

Doors with this latch have a swing handle with a built-in combination lock. The door is opened (unlatched) and closed (latched) by turning the handle. There is a single latch point at the midpoint of the door next to the handle. Note that the swing handle has an open and closed position, also, and only turns when in the open position. The included keys or the pre-programmed combination release the swing handle so that it can be turned. The combination is entered by turning three dials on the handle.

Combination Lock Two Point Latch 

Doors with this latch have a swing handle with a built-in combination lock. The door is opened (unlatched) and closed (latched) by turning the handle. There are two latch points located at the top and bottom of the door. Note that the swing handle has an open and closed position, also, and only turns when in the open position. The included keys or the pre-programmed combination release the swing handle so that it can be turned. The combination is entered by turning three dials on the handle.

Combination Slam Latch Single Point Latch 

Doors with this latch have a swing handle with a built-in combination lock.  The door is opened (unlatched) by turning the handle but is closed (latched) simply by shutting the door. There is a single latch point at the midpoint of the door next to the handle. Note that the swing handle has an open and closed position, also, and only turns when in the open position. The included keys or the pre-programmed combination release the swing handle so that it can be turned. The combination is entered by turning three dials on the handle.

Combination Latch

 
   

Electronic Keypad Standalone Single Point Latch 

Doors with this latch have a swing handle with an integrated electronic keypad on the front door that controls access to both the front and rear doors. Enter a four-digit to six-digit code on the keypad to release each handle so that it can be turned. The door is opened (unlatched) and closed (latched) by turning the handle. There is a single latch point at the midpoint of the door next to the handle. Each handle can be programmed with ten entry codes (five front/five rear). Programming is done on the keypad using an assigned master code. This latch requires a power connection.

Electronic Keypad Single Point Latch

 
   

Latch Selection Policy 

The latches are sold in pairs as long (as the cabinet will have two doors). The front latch selection and the rear door style define the rear latch style.  (Refer to Rear Latch page for table)