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'Electronic Door Locks and the iButton'
1999\10\06@142011 by John Hansen

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<x-flowed>I'm interested in playing with iButtons, but would like to do something
cool or useful with them.  One thing I was considering was replacing the
lock on my house with an electronic lock with an iButton
interface.  Anybody know of sources of locks that could be interfaced to
electronic systems of this type (that wouldn't cost an arm and a leg)?

Thanks,

John Hansen

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1999\10\06@142605 by Max Toole

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In a message dated 10/6/99 2:20:35 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
spam_OUThansenTakeThisOuTspamFREDONIA.EDU writes:

> Anybody know of sources of locks that could be interfaced to
>  electronic systems of this type (that wouldn't cost an arm and a leg)?
>
>  Thanks,
>
>  John Hansen
John,

Home Controls, Inc. has electrically operated dead bolts, etc.  You may want
to check them out at http://www.homecontrols.com.

Hope this helps,
Max

1999\10\06@143154 by David Blain

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This place may have what your looking for...

http://www.smarthome.com/doorstrike.html

1999\10\06@143356 by camerlin

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I'm working on a keyless entry project that involves an electric door
strike.  I've been looking for a while for a decently priced door strike and
it seems that there hard to come by.  Most of the ones I have found are a
few hundred dollars and are much more than what I need.

Since the internet didn't reveal any prospects I started looking at the
hardware stores.  I found an electric door strike at Ace Hardware.  It was
only $26.00.  I can't remember how much current it draws, but it runs off of
10-16Vac or 12-16Vdc (approx.)  You might be able to find it on the net, it
was made by Trane.  If I find their web site I'll let you know.  I haven't
bought it yet, I'm still looking around for something better.

Chris Camerlin


John Hansen wrote:

> I'm interested in playing with iButtons, but would like to do something
> cool or useful with them.  One thing I was considering was replacing the
> lock on my house with an electronic lock with an iButton
> interface.  Anybody know of sources of locks that could be interfaced to
> electronic systems of this type (that wouldn't cost an arm and a leg)?
>
> Thanks,
>
> John Hansen

1999\10\06@150334 by Brent Brown

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> I'm interested in playing with iButtons, but would like to do
> something cool or useful with them.  One thing I was considering
> was replacing the lock on my house with an electronic lock with an
> iButton interface.  Anybody know of sources of locks that could be
> interfaced to electronic systems of this type (that wouldn't cost
> an arm and a leg)?
>
> Thanks,
>
> John Hansen
>

John,

FWIW I just bought a couple of 12V electric door strikes from WES
Components in Australia for $AUS29.95 each.  This was the
cheapest I could find, they look like they will work OK.

Brent Brown
Electronic Design Solutions
16 English Street
Hamilton, New Zealand
Ph/fax: +64 7 849 0069
Mobile: 025 334 069
eMail:  .....brent.brownKILLspamspam@spam@clear.net.nz

1999\10\06@205950 by Wes Johnston

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<x-flowed>check http://www.smarthome.com/doorstrike.html

At 02:24 PM 10/6/99 -0400, you wrote:
>I'm interested in playing with iButtons, but would like to do something
>cool or useful with them.  One thing I was considering was replacing the
>lock on my house with an electronic lock with an iButton
>interface.  Anybody know of sources of locks that could be interfaced to
>electronic systems of this type (that wouldn't cost an arm and a leg)?
>
>Thanks,
>
>John Hansen

Wes
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