• NoteLocker

What is a NoteLocker?

NoteLocker is a series of smaller lockers intended for individual storage of computers.  Computers can be stored securely in the individual compartments at the same time as they are charged. NoteLocker can be used with all possible locking systems. Very suitable if employees or pupils bring their own computers. Supports BOYD.

European design and development

European designed and developed product. Developed in collaboration with educational institutes across Europe.

Danish design

NoteLocker is Danish designed and is available in several colours and with coloured doors in various combinations.

Safe

The locker, which has integrated 230V power, complies with the most stringent requirements and fulfils European standards.

A specially developed system with for example integrated earthing in all hinges makes NoteLocker uniquely safe.  We have focused strongly on design and safety and that schools can safely install lockers without fearing for pupils’ safety.

That is why we have also chosen to document safety by having an external testing agency certify the lockers.

Long-lasting

NoteLocker is made from tough zinc plated steel with a rustic surface. This means that small and unavoidable bumps are not noticeable and small scratches will not rust and proliferate – on the contrary. Thanks to the zinc plating.

Integrated power supply for charging

Each space has 2 power outlets for charging devices in storage.

All locking systems

NoteLocker can be supplied with all possible locking systems. From the simple and popular twist grip handle suitable for padlocks to key locks and combination locks to advanced locking systems for RFID and Swipecard.

LAN as option

The locker can be supplied ready for local area network cabling (LAN)

Special versions

NoteLocker can be supplied as a tailored solution for larger projects.

Things to consider when choosing a NoteLocker

  • Will each pupil need their own locker?

  • Can pupils share access to the locker?

  • How can we fit the lockers into our existing environs/rooms?

  • Are they safe for pupils/students to use?

  • Which locking system should we use?

We supply the following NoteLockers

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