E5 - Cam Latches

These latches deliver affordable simplicity – including quick access with just a quarter turn, the versatility of multiple body materials, plus the flexibility of modular design for numerous actuation and dimensional options. Ramped cams provide a snug fit to minimize vibration and rattles.
E5 - Cam Latches

Features and Benefits

Straightforward design provides simple installation with a single hole and single mounting nut. Assembled latches simplify and speed installation in applications where grip exceeds panel thickness by 4 mm (.16"). For unassembled latches, cam mounts on end of drive stud with a single screw.
  • Numerous head styles provide a wide range of access management security
  • Ramping action on rotating cam styles provides about 2 mm (.08") of compression on closing, while numerous offset options satisfy a wide range of grip dimensions
  • Push-to-close cam style rotates freely from the "closed" position as it contacts the frame or keeper; an integral spring pushes cam back into the engaged position once cam clears the keeper
  • Latched/unlatched status indicator provides user with quick visual confirmation of latch status
  • Low profile series offers sleek tapered head styles
  • Standard series offers more head styles, environmental sealing, and spring-loaded bodies for better grip tolerance and vibration resistance

Available Options

  • Latch actuation available with choice of clockwise or counter-clockwise rotation
  • Available with multiple options of manually actuated, tool-actuated, or keylocking designs
  • Push-to-close styles available for single point and two-point latching configurations
  • Most styles available in a variety of metallic, black and custom-color finishes
  • Low Profile Series offers optional O-rings/sealing washers to provide environmental sealing
  • Standard Series includes zinc alloy, stainless steel, and glass-filled nylon constructions
  • Shutter-style driver option prevents accidental opening and provides visual indication of unsecured latching
  • Friction cams available in 35 mm (1.38") or 45 mm (1.77") lengths; hook cams available to suit different frame configurations
  • Miniature size option for small doors and panels with limited space allowance

Standards and Specifications

  • Maximum static working loads on rotating cams vary by latch style, up to a maximum of 670 N (150 lbs.)
  • Maximum static working load on push-to-close styles is 330 N (74 lbf)

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