MicroIQ retrofits and replaces the lock cores of the following furniture and locks manufacturers:

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C Series replaces a mechanical core lock from Haworth, Herman Miller, Hon, Hudson, Kimball, Steelcase, Timberline, Wesco.
U Series replaces a mechanical utility lock that mounts into a DD or oval shaped hole.
R Series replaces a mechanical self latching bolt.
S Series replaces a mechanical push button lock that self locks when closed.
ACCESS OPTIONS
  • Prox cards, phone, keypad, keyfob
  • Keypad and/or keyfob
  • Bluetooth, keypad, keyfob
  • 25 user codes w/ keypad
LOCKING MECHANISM

Core Replacement – A mechanical core lock from Haworth, Herman Miller, Hon, Hudson, Kimball, Steelcase, Olympus, Timberline, Wesco

Utility/Cam – A mechanical utility lock that mounts into a DD or oval shaped hole

Turn Spring Bolt – self latching

Push Spring Bolt – mechanical push button lock that self locks when closed

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What is the difference between station and locker mode?

Station mode refers to a workstation or office environment where there is typically one daily user of the lock. The lock is used repeatedly with one keypad code and/or a key fob. If the user has a key fob, that same key fob can be added to as many locks as desired enabling the user to have one key fob to operate all his or her locks. In addition, a total of 3 unique access codes and/or key fobs can be added for enterprise security management.

Locker mode refers to an environment such as a club, hotel, or school where the user selects a temporary code for access to a given locker or storage unit.

Station or locker mode is specified at the time of order. The lock can be switched between the two modes. For instructions on how to switch the operating mode of the lock, refer to the ‘switching modes’ video or the operating instructions.

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