doorlock


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Noun1.doorlock - a lock on an exterior door
car door - the door of a car
exterior door, outside door - a doorway that allows entrance to or exit from a building
lock - a fastener fitted to a door or drawer to keep it firmly closed
night latch - doorlock operated by a knob on the inside and a key on the outside
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Above: Penmaenmawr-born Oxford physics professor Gareth Roberts, had invented a voice-activated doorlock for Margaret Thatcher that was so foolproof that even impressionist Janet Brown impersonating the PM was unable to open it, and was also praised for his series of Christmas children''s science lectures The Home of the Future in 1989 Left: Uplands in Prestatyn, pictured in May 1996, former retirement home of astronomer Thomas Thorp (1850-1914).
The system can be configured to support pocket paging devices, security doorlock functions, fire alarms, and telephone systems.
Add to that a few bits and pieces such as a dodgy doorlock and a couple of bulbs and the bill came to just over EUR500.
SGS-THOMSON Microelectronics (NYSE:STM) has introduced the super smart power doorlock (L9942), which is an integrated circuit that combines on one chip all of the functions needed to control and drive an automotive doorlock actuator.
Nasdaq: WLET) announced today that Keyless DoorLock Company has issued an initial purchase agreement with Winland for $250,000.
Another growing dynamic in many emerging markets is the focus on comfort, convenience and entertainment offerings such as power windows, doorlocks and powerful audio heads, which car buyers value for their visible status.
In addition to standard features on the Standard grade, the LE grade adds power windows with driver-side one-touch-down, shift-activated power doorlocks and color-keyed manual-folding power mirrors.