unit lock

preassembled lock, mono lock, rigid lock, unit lock

A lock all of whose parts are assembled as a unit at the factory; requires little or no disassembly when installed in a rectangular notch cut into the door edge.
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The report said: "Staff and senior management have made determined efforts to ensure that the prison is a safe place for both staff and prisoners, especially during times of staff shortages when a rolling programme of unit lock downs have to be scheduled."
Additional control features include a unit lock when power is stopped, disconnected or interrupted.
In addition, if the protective device on an infant is tampered with, all doors on the unit lock, and an alarm sounds both on the unit and at the Security Communications Center.
In fact, I kept the unit locked into the screen-filling 1.7X zoom most of the time rather than using the rectangular IX setting.
The unit locks in the welding process with fully electronic welder settings, hierarchical password protection, and Ethernet connectivity access.
Unit locks with a key-coded cylinder lock or a combination lock.
If there is an attempt to move the baby from the ward, or the tag is cut or tampered with, an alarm is triggered and the unit locks down.
Controllers had some tense hours on June 15th when the new data-handling unit locked up and had to be rebooted.
The soundproof entertainment unit locks you inside where your iPod, PlayStation and Hi-Def TV are all at the touch of a button.
Once the unit locks in the training dates, the NET team arrives at the unit's location, sets up the training site, and begins training.
We found that the unit locked inside a building, inside a vehicle and inside an airplane cabin without a remote antenna attached to it.