Camloc Pawl Latches
Camloc Pawl latches are designed to secure hinged panels. They have a rotatable actuator on which a radially projecting pawl is connected. The shaft is mounted through the panel, and the pawl engages the frame member.
Two pawl styles are available: wire-form, that is pre-set (use adjustment nut if available) for a desired
Typical Wire-Form Pawl Latch
clamping force, and solid arm type with a continuously adjustable pawl, which moves axially when the shaft is rotated.
Camloc Pawl latches are easy to install and accommodate a large grip range. They provide an easy way to specify a reliable, low installed cost door latch to a product.
Typical Solid Arm Pawl Latch
Solid arm pawl latches can apply higher compression loads for use with gaskets or when tight lock-down of panel to frame is required.
Typical Actuator Styles
Latches are shown actual size. Illustrations are typical only, and size may vary by part numbers.
|Series Number||Page Number||Specifications||Actuator Styles||Installation Method|
|Grip (inches)||Pawl Type||Locking Rotation||Tool Operated||Hand Operated||Mechanical Mounting Version||Weld-on Mounting Version||Single Hole Mounting Version|
|64L||H-44 – H-45||.600 MAX||Wire||Clockwise||•||•||•|
|65L||H-46 – H-47||.740 MAX||Solid||Clockwise & Counter-Clockwise||•||•|
|106L||H-48 – H-51||.370 MAX||Wire||Clockwise||•||•||•||•||•|
|122L/123L||H-52 – H-55||Solid||Clockwise||•||•||•||•|
• = Illustrated in catalog.