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Arrow Revolution - With SFIC Core and 2 Keys


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An interactive touchscreen built on the proven Arrow cylindrical lock platform brings clean, contemporary styling to areas requiring stand-alone access. Easy-to-use voice-guided programming enables simple updates to user information. The perfect convergence of technology and reliability, Arrow Revolution is designed especially for many applications in a variety of facilities.

Secure Keyless Entry - Staff can secure administrative offices, supply and records rooms, and more. PIN codes mean there's no need to issue keys or keycards. Auto re-lock and lockout modes provide additional security.

Weather-Resistant - Sealed gasketing protects against moisture, making Revolution perfect for maintenance areas, locker rooms, and other areas susceptible to dampness.

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Door Thickness

  • 1 3/4"
  • 1 3/8"

User Friendly Electronics

  • Easy-to-use-durable touchscreen, keyless entry
  • Simple-voice-guided programming with visual verification
  • Control-remote unlock capability; silent, lockout, and passage modes; auto relock
  • Flexible-up to 1,000 users with 4 to 12 digit PIN codes
  • Diverse-tri-lingual, English/Spanish/French
  • Hygienic-flat-easy-to-clean screen
  • Efficient-sleep mode saves battery power

Strong And Durable Components

  • Certified ANSI/BHMA A156.2, Series 4000, Grade 2
  • UL/cUL listed for use on fire doors
  • ADA complient levers
  • Weather-resistant
  • Three year warranty

Contemporary Design

  • Sleek, attractive screen
  • Touchscreen remains darkened until activated by touch
  • Available in popular satin chrome finish (626) and Augusta (AU) lever design

An Arrow SFIC core and 2 keys are included. Special keying can be accomodated. Just contact us!

  • Model: V1-51-SR-26D-V14-V44-IC
  • Shipping Weight: 9lbs
  • 2 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Arrow

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 18 November, 2009.