M-SVP 2200 DCW®
The dormakaba M-SVP 2200 DCW® multipoint lock with automatic locking action and panic function provides doors with comprehensive protection against break-ins. Using DCW® technology, the locks can be integrated directly into TMS escape route security systems without additional control units and operated via TMS Soft software. The full range of functions can also be used in stand-alone mode.
- With DCW Bus technology and lever handle contact
- Automatic self-locking
- Motoric locking and unlocking
- Panic function according to EN 179
- Day-latch and permanent unlocking function
- High burglary resistance due to multipoint locking
Strengths of the multipoint motor lock with automatic locking action
The lock can be combined with the TMS door management system via the DCW® system bus without the need for an additional control unit and is automatically detected.
A particular advantage is that the lock-controlled escape route system with M-SVP 2200 DCW® can be controlled, configured and monitored using TMS Soft software.
The powerful dual motor unlocks the door on actuation via an entry control system or TMS, for example, and relocks the door securely in accordance with property insurance requirements every time it is closed.
The combination of hook bolts and sliding bolts provides high intruder protection up to resistance class 4. The M-SVP 2200 DCW® has been approved in accordance with EN 179 as an emergency exit lock for doors in emergency escape and rescue routes and for use on fire and smoke check doors.
Other advantages provided by DCW®
Used in combination with dormakaba ED 100/250 automatic door operator, barrier-free access solutions tailored to specific application requirements can be implemented. If the ED is fitted with a DCW® upgrade card, the lock and drive can also be connected directly with each other without an external control unit.
With integrated lever handle contact
In addition to “Door open/closed” and “Locked/unlocked” signalling, the M-SVP 2200 DCW® also has lever handle contact operation. This increases operational safety and is also evaluated via the TMS escape route security system.
Where usage frequency is high, the lock can be operated in the modes of permanent door release or latch locking during day function (only the latch is extended).
Multipoint locking for intruder protection up to resistance class 4 in suitable door systems
M-SVP 2200 DCW® multipoint locking systems ensure door systems are locked extremely securely – automatically every time they are closed.
The hook bolts and duo sliding bolts are made of high-quality steel; the dual motor drives all locking elements securely into the strike plates.
Tight closure of the door saves energy
Not only do the tight locking system and parallel hook bolts prevent the door from being lifted off its hinges, they also ensure the door fits snugly in the frame, which means less energy and heat are lost.
This makes a significant contribution towards sustainable building and compliance with door system standard EN 14351. The door can still be fully unlocked from the inside at any time using the lever handle.
Operation with M-SVP-S 24 DCW® control unit
If the lock is not to be integrated into a door management system, all special functions can be used in stand-alone mode with the M-SVP-S 24 DCW® control unit.
Profile-related equipment packages
The M-SVP 2200 DCW® is available as a profile-related equipment package for steel, aluminium, wood and PVC doors, which significantly reduces configuration effort when ordering.
Free-turning cylinders with the FZG marking are required for trouble-free operation of M-SVP 2200 DCW® motorised locks.
The automatically locking multipoint motor lock M-SVP 2200 DCW is the successor of the automatically locking multipoint motor lock M-SVP 2000 DCW®.