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HAVEN Lockdown™ is a revolutionary, affordable smart door lock that detects & helps prevent an active intrusion into a classroom, giving peace of mind to students and total security control to administrators and authorities.
School Violence Statistics
• 70% end in 5 minutes or less
• 67% end before police arrive to the scene
• 52% occur inside classrooms
- Hard installed for permanent security
- 10x stronger than a conventional lock
- Designed with ADA, Fire Code, & Safety Regulations in Mind
- Made with military grade materials
- Triple level failsafe system
- Threat detection with HAVEN Beacon
- Ways to control: Smartphone, key fob, manually
- Dashboard access control for admin visibility
- Connect multiple locks to one system
- Government Level Encryption
- Works on inward and outward swinging doors
- One motion to unlock
Want to get involved and learn more about HAVEN Lockdown? Fill out the form at the link below and a HAVEN representative will contact you with more information.
New Above the Door Design
Our Lockdown version of HAVEN Connect is designed to mount above the door using a special mount that will provide maximum protection and adhere to ADA and FCC Guidelines.
Key Fob for Quick Egress
The HAVEN key fob can be worn around the neck or installed near the door for quick access and control.
Emergency Egress Button
A quick release button that can easily unlock the door during an emergency egress situation. Designed to comply with fire code requirements. Sold separately.
- 1x smart lock
- 1x mount
- 1x key fob
Lockdown is a smart lock. You can control it via a smart phone, key fob, or manually. The app also allows you to send access to others and track lock and unlocks.
|Multiple Failsafe Control||Yes|
|Key Fob Control||Yes|
|Mobile App Access Control||Yes|
|Single Device Multi-Lock Control||Yes|
|Threat Detection (beacon)||Yes|
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- Would more secure doors have slowed Newtown shooter? - NPR News
- School safety and security measures - National Center for Education Statistics
- Thresholds of Violence How school shootings catch on. - The New Yorker
- Active Shooter Study - US Department of Justice