Security Essen – Booth 6C10: The new door guard TW4

September 18, 2022

Having the possibility to escape safely from a building at any time initially seems to be in direct contradiction to the often demanded maximum property value protection. With the newly developed system concepts from ELOCK2, the increased requirements for escape and rescue routes can now be implemented with particular ease.
The door monitor is suitable for retrofitting doors to the current technical standard and is equally suitable for timber, steel and tubular frame doors.

Alternative locking elements such as the panic lock with electric locking secure the door in combination with the escape door control with little installation effort.

With the ELOCK2 door monitor TW4 you get a first-class escape door alarm system for your business premises such as stores, workshops, offices, law firms, practices or galleries. ELOCK2 also offers fast and reliable security solutions for administrative buildings, schools, kindergartens, hotels or museums.

Flexible and expandable: All ELOCK2 locking and access control systems are modular and therefore flexible and expandable. Ideal for existing buildings and modernisation projects, but also for rental properties. If you move house, simply take your ELOCK2 door monitor with you and reinstall it in the new property.


  • Pre-alarm: the door remains locked! The user is pre-warned by a short alarm when the door handle is slightly pressed.
  • Continuous alarm: Door open! The door guard triggers a continuous alarm.

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