Types of electric Locking and Accessories Quiz

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[rapid_quiz question=”What are Magnetic Locks commonly referred to as?” answer=”Maglocks” options=”Leckie locks|Sparky bolts|Maglocks” notes=”Magnetic locks are usually referred to as maglocks.”]

[rapid_quiz question=”How are Magnetic Locks attached to the door?” answer=”Brackets” options=”Wood|Steel|Brackets” notes=”Magnetic Locks are attached to the door using brackets”]

[rapid_quiz question=”What can a motorised bolt be also known as?” answer=”Solenoid bolt” options=”Motorary lock|Solenoid bolt|Sec bolt” notes=”A motorised bolt can also be known as a Solenoid bolt”]

[rapid_quiz question=”True or False: There is usually room to install a battery backup within a power supply box.” answer=”True” options=”True|False” notes=”This is True. There is usually room to install a battery backup within a power supply box.”]

[rapid_quiz question=”What does UPS stand for?” answer=”Uninteruptible power supply” options=”Unobtainnable power supply|Uninteruptible power supply|Unique power supply” notes=”UPS Stands for Uninteruptible power supply”]

[rapid_quiz question=”Why would you use a timer clock?” answer=”To control access through different times in the day” options=”So users know of the time|So the access control device knows the time|To control access through different times in the day” notes=”Timer clocks are used so you can control access through different times in the day”]