Several drawers are now locked with "Plur", the electronic lock for central locks.

Whether with RFID cards or with Bluetooth, "Plur" is fixed inside, is not visible from the outside and allows a continuous design without interruption.

The integrated battery allows flexible mobility as no power connection is required. The battery status is displayed in the app or checked with RFID every opening. Depending on the application frequency, a battery can create up to 15,000 openings or 7 years.

Technology and Range:
- Bluetooth
- RFID 125 kHz (EM4102 / EM4200)
    up to 30 mm with RFID key cards
    up to 20 mm with RFID key chips
- RFID 13.56 MHz (Mifare)
    up to 20 mm with RFID key cards
    up to 10 mm with Mifare debit and credit cards
    up to 15 mm with RFID key chips

Features Bluetooth: With the app, multiple locks can be grouped together, and then opened at the same time. For example, you can open all the furniture in the office at the same time and lock it again in the evening. The battery status is displayed in the app.

Features RFID:
The lock does not automatically close, but requires the RFID card to lock again. This ensures that you do not leave the card in the drawer. The battery is checked at every opening and in case of a weak battery an alarm is heard and the lock is no longer locked.

The supplied CABLOXX adapter plate allows easy installation with the Blum Cabloxx locking system.

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Securika Moscow 19th-22nd of March 2019 - Hall 3/ Pavilion 2 - Booth C571

Technomoebel Bulgaria 26th - 30th of March 2019

FIBO Cologne 4th - 7th of April 2019 - Booth D04, Hall 8

ISC West Las Vegas 10th - 12th of April 2019 - Booth 34046

INTERZUM Cologne 21st - 24th of May 2019 - Booth 8,1 - A039

NeoCon Chicago 10th - 12th June 2019 - Booth 7-9067

SicherheitsEXPO Munich 26th - 27th of June 2019 - Booth A14, Hall 3

Sicam Pordenone Italy 15th - 18th of October 2019


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