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Lock Controller

Secure controller for lockers, pin pads, gates, lift and lighting.
Our lock controller offers an intuitive and comprehensive solution to all your security needs, allowing you to effortlessly manage your security system and safeguard your property. The StorAxxS platform can handle more than just storage units. Our 16-Channel Lock Controller can control up to 16 individual lockers, pin pads in High Security mode, and can even be used as a low-level integration with your current access control systems! Using the same industry-leading secure communications as the Hub and Unit Controller, the Lock Controller ensures peace of mind for site owners and customers alike.




Technical Specifications

Network Interface

  • 802.11n WiFi
  • Fast Ethernet
  • Bluetooth Low Energy 5.0
  • 1 x 2P 24~14 AWG
  • 1 x 2.5mm x 5.5mm Barrel Jack Connector
  • 3 x RJ45
  • USB Type-C (USB 2.0)
  • 16 x Molex KK254 Connectors
  • 4 x 10P 3.81mm Screw Terminals
  • ∓2% Temperature & Humidity Sensor
  • 16 x Reed Switch Inputs

Operating Voltage

9 ~ 27VDC

Operating Current

  • 100mA Max, 65mA Typical @ 12V, All outputs off
  • Add 50mA / Relay for each Active Channel, plus any additional Loads
Operating Temperature
-40 ~ 85 °C
RSA-4096 Keys, SSL 3.0 & TLS V1.2
  • 16 x 1.5A Relay Drives (pulsed 200ms)
  • 16 x up to 30VDC 3A Relay
  • Width:155.5mm
  • Length: 208mm
  • Depth: 45mm

Wiring Diagram

Advanced Installation Specifications

Lock Controller (LC020) Wiring

Lock Controllers are designed to operate in a range of configurations, from inside lockers to use on trailer and trolley hire, as well as for high-security gate installations. The following section describes the wiring of Lock controllers in a range of common configurations.

Lock Controller – Gate / Door Sense Inputs

All Inputs should be Normally Open type switches: Wire the N/O terminal of the switch into its specific channel number on the Lock Controller, then wire the common terminal of the switch into the “COM” terminal for that input bank.

Common (COM) terminals are shared between 4 inputs (ie. 1->4, 5->8, 9->12, 13->16).

Lock Controller – Gate / Door Motor Control

Gates and roller motors use the dry-contact configuration of Lock Controller outputs to trigger the motor to open or close.

  1. Check which bank of the Lock Controller will be configured for Dry-Contact operation. It’s preferable to assign all dry-contact outputs to the same bank on a lock controller.
  2. Remove the 12V / DryContact Jumper for the bank.
  3. Wire the common terminal of the motor into the terminal labelled “12V” for that bank. With the jumper removed, this 12V terminal acts as a Relay Common
  4. Wire the other relay input into the associate output channel number on the Lock Controller.
  5. When the lock controller is told to fire it will short the “12V” and output channel terminals together. Where multiple motors are to be controlled from the lock controller, share the motor common terminals by wiring all into the “12V” terminal of the Lock Controller.

Lock Controller – 12V Outputs

Lock controllers can be configured to provide 12V power through to electric strikes and cabinet locks.

  1. Check which bank of the Lock Controller will be configured to provide 12V power to its outputs. Its preferred to connect powered outputs (up to 4 separate channels and <=3A Load) to the same bank
  2. Ensure that the 12V Jumper is placed in position to pass 12V power through to the “12V” terminal labelled on the Lock Controller
  3. Wire the common / Gnd terminals for each load on that bank into the “COM” terminal of the Lock Controller.
  4. Wire the +12V supply for each output into the associated numbered output channel.

No connections should be made to the “12V” terminal of the Lock Controller. The jumpers inserted in step 2 pass power through from the Lock Controller DC supply to the common terminal of the relay outputs.