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Labeled Parts of a Door Knob, Door Handle & Deadbolt Lock

06 Jul 2022 0 Comments
Labeled Parts of a Door Knob, Door Handle & Deadbolt Lock

The locks we are familiar with can be divided into traditional mechanical locks and new types of electronic door locks. The construction of these two types of door locks is different.

In other articles, I believe you have seen enough about the traditional mechanical lock structure. As a professional manufacturer of electronic door locks, today Signstek will focus on the anatomy of electronic door locks.

In the electronic door lock, according to the different unlocking methods, it can also be divided into door knobs, door handles and deadbolt locks. Understanding the different parts of these several door locks will be of great help to you in the process of installing the door locks, and can also help you solve some minor glitches of the door locks.

If you have purchased a door Lock from Signstek and are having trouble, please feel free to contact the Signstek Store and we will provide free after-sales assistance at any time.

Parts of a Keypad Door Lock

Parts of a Keypad Door Knob

Take Signstek's most popular YL-99 Keypad door knob as an example, it consists of the following components:

Labeled Parts of a Door Knob

  • A. Outside Knob
  • B. Outside Rosette Plate
  • C. Latch Assembly
  • D. Inside Rosette Plate
  • E. Mounting Screws
  • F. Battery Box
  • G. Inside Knob Cover
  • H. Cover Plate screws
  • I. Wood Screws
  • J. Strike Plate
  • K. Wrought Box
  • L. Latch Faceplate
  • M. LED indicator
  • N. Keypad
  • P. Emergency Power Jack
  • Q. Reset Key

 

Parts of a keypad Door Handle

Take Signstek's upgraded 2 generation keypad door handle – ST-668 plus as an example, it consists of following parts:

Labeled Parts of a Door Handle

Keypad

Base Plate

Exterior Handle

Interior Handle

Touchscreen Keypad

Reset Key

Battery Cover

Other than these, there are also some components not included in this image, including latch, strike, strike box, Allen wrench, handle screws 2pcs, emergency key, wood screws 4pcs, base plate screws 3pcs, fixed pad screws 2pcs.

 

Parts of a Keypad Deadbolt

Take Signstek's Plu331 deadbolt lock as an example, it consists of following parts:

Labeled Parts of a Deadbolt Lock

Number Buttons: Input the pass codes, each pass code is 4-10 digits in length.

Programming Button: Function setup & Lock and unlock.

Cylinder: Retract / Extend the latch bolt by key from the exterior.

Battery Holder: Four AA (1.5V) alkaline batteries.

R Button (Reset): Restore default setting.

Turn-piece: To lock/unlock the lockset from inside.

Battery Lid: Slide the lid to change the batteries.

Other than these, there are also some components not included in this image, including latch, strike, drive-in sleeve, keys, wood screws 5pcs, machine screws 3 pcs, mounting plate screws 2pcs.

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