EL502 - ABLOY Electric Lock - Scandinavian lock case

EL502 - ABLOY Electric Lock - Scandinavian lock case

EL502 - ABLOY Electric Lock - Scandinavian lock case

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ABLOY Electric Lock - Scandinavian lock case.


  • Operating voltage: 12-24 VDC (-10%/+15%, stab.).
  • Current consumption: Max 550 mA (12 VDC), Idle 240 mA (12 VDC), Max 270 mA (24 VDC), Idle 110mA (24 VDC).
  • Temperature range: -20oC...+60oC.
  • Bolt throw: 14.5 mm.
  • Backset: 50 mm.
  • Forend: 22 mm.
  • Finish: Chrome plated forend.
  • Cylinders: Scandinavian oval and round cylinders, Finnish type.
  • Package: Lock case, connection plugs, fixing screws, lock case manual.
  • Deadlocking status of double action bolt.



ABLOY® EL502 is typically used in the interior doors of business premises and educational buildings.
The locks include a special double action bolt for quick and easy use and offer a cost-effective way of electric locking that is highly advantageous in comparison to e.g. electric strike.
The locks can be controlled by a variety of electrical impulse generating equipment such as card reader keypad and timer. The locks can be connected to automatic swing door operators and are an excellent solution for access control systems.

Because of its symmetrical trigger bolt, ABLOY® EL502 can be used in swinging doors.


Door can be opened by pushing or pulling when electric control is switched on.
ABLOY® EL502 can be configured to operate also fail unlocked, when the door can be opened by pushing or pulling when the electric control is switched off. Lock can always be opened mechanically by key, thumbturn or push pad and it deadlocks automatically when the door closes.


  • Non-handed symmetrical trigger bolt
  • Immediate release of deadlocking
  • Configurable fail locked/ fail unlocked
  • Wide operating voltage
  • ABLOY® EL502 lock cases are not recommended for use in doors with seal force.
  • The lock cannot be used in fire rated doors.  In swinging doors the lock may be locked only when the door has completely stopped in the closed -position.