Whitco Black Left Hand Leverset Digital Deadlatch

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Product Description

Whitco Leverset Digital Deadlatch offers the ease and convenience of keyless digital technology at an affordable price.

Ideal for use on new doors or as a replacement or upgrade for an existing doorlock, its digital operation, with the flexibility of PIN codes and Radio Frequency key fobs allows you to enjoy keyless locking with peace of mind.

A versatile solution, offering passage mode, low battery alert and multi user access (up to 100 key fobs); it has a dual security setting and a key override incase of emergency situations.

Passage mode, 4 x AAA batteries included, Low battery alert, Key Override.

Keyway is standard C4

25mm latch hole, 54mm lock hole and 14mm alignment/strength hole

Front & Back Escutcheon:
High purity zinc alloy

60mm latch

Door Thickness:

  • 1 RF Key Fob included
  • Supports up to 100 RF Key Fobs
  • 1 code (6 to 10 Digits)
  • Retrofits 54mm door hole
  • High security mode

Product Details

Model Name
Whitco Leverset Digital Deadlatch
Model Number
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:70 H:155 L:150
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:125 H:180 L:205
Powder Coated Black
Lock Type

Additional Info

Warranty Info

Mechanical Warranty: 10 years
Electronics Warranty: 1 year

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