EL520 60/24 - ABLOY Electric Lock - Europrofile motor lock

EL520 60/24 - ABLOY Electric Lock - Europrofile motor lock

EL520 60/24 - ABLOY Electric Lock - Europrofile motor lock

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EL520 push & pull function motor lock case for solid doors.


  • Operating voltage: 12 – 24 V DC (± 15%), 12 - 18 V AC, RMS (-10%, +15%).
  • Current: Max. 1.3 A (12 V), 0.6 A (24 V).
  • Normal: 0.45 A (12 V), 0.22 (24 V).
  • Idle: 0.08 A (12 V), 0.04 A (24 V).
  • Relays: Max. 0.8 A 30 V AC/DC resist, 10 W.
  • Operating temperature: -20°C - +60°C.
  • Bolt throw: 20 mm (deadbolt), 10 mm (double action bolt).
  • Backset: 60.
  • Forend: 24 mm.
  • Spindle: 9 mm (8 mm with snap spindle adapters).



  • Entrance doors, corridor doors.
  • High traffic exit doors and access controlled doors.
  • Fire rated doors.
  • Doors with door automatics.
  • Convenience (push / pull function).
  • Security (no handles outside).
  • High durability (high traffic doors).
  • The locks are recommended to be used in the interior and exterior doors of business premises, public buildings, hospitals, educational premises etc.
  • Entrance doors.
  • Interior entrance doors between different building sections.
  • Corridor doors.
  • Fire doors (high traffic).
  • High traffic access controlled doors.
  • Swing doors with door automatics.

EL520 is used in wooden and metal doors. EL420 is used in narrow profile doors.  When exit by handle is needed, the lock is installed with the inside handle.
When both access and exit is electrically controlled, the lock is installed with pulls on the both sides of the door. The locks can be electrically controlled by
access control system or by other remote control system such as timer, keypad or push button.


  • ABLOY® Motor lock has two deadlocking bolts: a double action bolt and a dead bolt.
  • The dead bolt is withdrawn inside the lock case by motor and the double action bolt is released, when electrical control is on.
  • The lock can always be opened by inside handle. Mechanical opening by cylinder is always possible.
  • A pull outside, inside handle or handle and pull: door can be opened by pushing or pulling when the electrical control is on (e.g. timer, reader, push button). Inside handle opens the lock always.

Monitoring outputs:

  • Bolt deadlocked.
  • Bolt inside the lock case.
  • Door closed.
  • Handle used.
  • Cylinder used.
  • Cable sabotage.