LockState LS-6600-L-S 200-Code Keyless Digital Door Lock, Left-Hand, Silver

January 30, 2014 - Comment

LockState LS-6600 Keyless Digital Door Lock The LS-6600 is the perfect commercial lock for businesses that need access codes for several employees. With 200 independent user codes and the ability to easily add or delete each user, this lock makes it easy to manage access for employees and contractors. The LS-6600 is weatherproof which also

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LockState LS-6600 Keyless Digital Door Lock The LS-6600 is the perfect commercial lock for businesses that need access codes for several employees. With 200 independent user codes and the ability to easily add or delete each user, this lock makes it easy to manage access for employees and contractors. The LS-6600 is weatherproof which also makes it a great lock for exterior doors. *Give temporary code to friends, visitors, housekeepers, or employees! Silver Finish Easy to Install and Operate 199 USER CODES! 1 Programmable Master Code Passwords can be Easily Added or Deleted Touchpad Lockset Auto Lock Feature Low Battery Warning (Operates On 4 AA Batteries) 2 Mechanical Override Keys Included Battery Power Will Last For 20,000 Uses Operates in Weather Ranging From -70 F to +180 F Dimensions: 3″ X 5″ X 7″

Product Features

  • 200 Programmable codes for employees or guests
  • Auto lock feature
  • 2 Mechanical override keys included
  • Operates in weather ranging from -70-Fahrenheit to +180-Fahrenheit)
  • Adjustable backset from 2-3/8-Inch to 2-3/4-Inch

Comments

Cliff Addy says:

Disappointing I was really disappointed by the LockState LS-6600 and will be returning it.While the main portion of the lock seems well-built, the actual bolt into the door seems very second-rate and flimsy. Unfortunately, the stem that goes through the door and allows the handle to retract the bolt is larger than normal and won’t fit the high-quality standard bolt that was already in the door.I was also irritated by the lack of installation instructions. There *are* directions for programming the lock and even replacing the tumbler, but nothing on how to get the lock installed into the door. I was finally able to puzzle out how to separate the two halves of the lock so I could install it.However, the lock is too tall! When installed, it WILL NOT FIT under the standard position for a deadbolt. It even intruded into the standard deadbolt hole, so, if you have a deadbolt installed, you can’t even remove it and replace it with a cover.The final…

Cynthia L. Gagliastre says:

Lock fails to work 0

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