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SVP 2000 DCW

dormakaba SVP 2000 DCW emergency escape motor locks with automatic locking action for timber doors provide a high level of convenience thanks to motorised unlocking – Thanks to the emergency escape function, the door can be quickly opened on the inside with a single release action. The automatic locking mechanism ensures that the door is securely locked as soon as the door closes. Using the new external SVP-S 4x DCW control unit, a stand-alone system can be operated with complete functionality.

The lock is eminently suitable for use in emergency exits and escape routes in compliance with EN 179 or on panic doors with a horizontal push bar in compliance with EN 1125.

  • Certified in accordance with EN 179 and EN 1125
  • Automatic relocking action
  • Universal trip latch
  • Motorised unlocking
  • Connection through integrated DCW Bus interface
  • Feedback contact to signal the door status

Product details

Convenient and secure

Just as in the SVP 2000, the SVP 2000 DCW emergency escape motor lock for timber doors offers enhanced convenience with motorised unlocking. Thanks to the emergency escape function, the door can be readily opened by simply operating the lever handle, while the automatic relocking mechanism ensures secure lock re-engagement once the door has closed.

Range of monitoring functions

The feedback contacts of the lock allow the latch, latch bolt, cylinder and lever handle all to be monitored. The signalling functions of the SVP 2000 DCW are particularly suitable for monitoring and ensuring the convenient operation of doors in emergency exit and escape routes, but can also be used to trigger alarm systems or for remote monitoring.

Convenient access thanks to motorised unlocking

The motor lock really comes into its own when used in conjunction with access control and emergency escape route security systems, as the doors can then be unlocked with ease from a remote position. Where usage frequency is high, the lock can be permanently disengaged. By combining it with automatic actuators such as the ED 100/250 with the DCW upgrade card, barrier-free access solutions tailored to specific application requirements can now also be implemented without additional control through the integrated DCW interface.

Securely locked even in the event of a power failure

The electric sequential control combined with a door contact adds further anti-tamper protection. Auxiliary functions, such as alarm time settings and operating times, can be implemented and adjusted via the SVP-S 4x DCW motor lock control unit, while a buffer battery module maintains operational reliability in the event of a power failure.

Operational versatility

SVP locks are available in different models suitable for over-rebated or flush-closing timber doors. They are flexible in terms of their installation position thanks to the non-handed (universal) trip latch. They have been approved as emergency exit locks for doors in escape routes and for use on fire and smoke check doors. The SVP 2000 DCW with certification to EN 1125 for panic doors with a horizontal push bar can also be used in escape routes.