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The 1st keyless, invisible cabinet locking system

About Stealthlock

Perfect for wood applications in education, healthcare, office and other areas

StealthLock® is an innovative, keyless cabinet lock operated by radio frequency technology. Radio frequency allows multiple cabinet doors or drawers to be locked from a single transmitter pad within a 15 ft. range – giving a clean, hardware-free design to the outside of the cabinet door or drawer. StealthLock works on a variety of materials, such as wood, glass and composite. (Not recommended for use on metal doors or drawer faces.)

  • One transmitter pad can activate an unlimited number of receiver latches
  • Separate user and supervisor codes (four to eight digits) to operate the lock(s)
  • Receiver latch is easily programmed by user through the transmitter pad
  • Receiver latch mounts within ½” drawer suspension clearance
  • Uses readily available batteries: 4-AAA (not included) for the receiver latch and a CR2032 coin battery (included) for the transmitter pad
  • Transmitter pad operates within a 15 ft. range
  • Low battery indicator on transmitter pad and receiver latch
  • For interior use only – recommended temperature range of 50˚F to 120˚F
  • Two Auxiliary Power Options are available: 120V (link to RL-AP1) and 9V (link to RL-APC-9VJ-10)
StealthLock Versions

Which version is right for you?

Available in two versions – standard or dedicated – StealthLock can be customized to fit many different applications. Standard version allows any transmitter pad to operate any receiver latch and can be used in most general office or residential applications. Dedicated version (factory-programmed) pairs a transmitter pad to a specific receiver latch, or latches, through use of a unique transmitter ID. Dedicated version is ideal for assigned lockers or when users are within close proximity of each other, on the rare occurrence that more than one user has the identical PIN code.

Why choose StealthLock?

  • Radio frequency operation – No cards needed; transmitter pad can be mounted anywhere as long as it’s 15-20′ from receiver latch(es)

  • Flexible operation and expandable – transmitter pad operates one or many receiver latches either with same code or individually address each latch

  • All locking components are installed inside cabinet leaving no visible trace on exterior of furniture

  • Three modes of operation: passage mode – enter code to open and secure latch; self-lock mode automatically secures latch – no need to enter the code to secure; shared use mode or locker mode allows multiple users to use StealthLock without having to reprogram each time

  • Receiver latch mounts within ½” drawer suspension clearance – receiver latch and accompanying strike plate are easily installed without any modifications to drawer

  • One complete kit installs in 10 minutes which reduces labor costs associated with installation

  • Made in US – replacement parts easily obtained and local resources for support


Introduction and overview video

Introducing the StealthLock


Installation videos

Installing the StealthLock

Installing the Transmitter Pad Battery

Installing the Receiver Latch Battery


Programming videos

Programming the User Code

Programming the Supervisor Code

Programming Single Use Mode

Programming Self Lock Mode

Programming Learn Disable Mode

Programming Reset Factory Default Setting

Programming Clear User Pin Code

How to Buy

Contact a sales person for more information

Select a local representative to contact with questions about CompX StealthLock, to request a demonstration or how to purchase. If unsure, please call 847.752.2500 or fill out our contact form.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How does StealthLock work?

StealthLock operates using radio frequency technology, same principle as a key fob for a car.

2. How far away can the transmitter pad work?

Transmitter pad works within 15′ of the receiver latch. Placing it further may cause limited or no activation of the receiver latch. Metal objects in the path between the transmitter pad and receiver latch may also limit range.

3. Will StealthLock work with metal furniture and cabinets?

StealthLock is not intended for metal cabinets. Metal acts as a barrier to radio waves and will stop the radio waves completely or deflect them.

4. How many receiver latches can one transmitter pad operate?

As many as can be mounted within the 15′ area.

5. What kind of batteries does it use?

The transmitter pad uses a CR2032 coin battery, and the receiver latch uses 4 AAA batteries.

6. How will the user know if the batteries are dying?

The transmitter pad counts the number of times the transmitter pad is activated. At 5500 activations, the green light on the transmitter pad blinks continuously. Batteries need to be changed in both the transmitter pad and receiver latches. It’s recommended to change batteries every year.

7. What happens if the batteries in the receiver latch die and the door is locked?

Forcefully enter the cabinet. The strike is engineered to shear away before damaging the receiver latch or other parts of the cabinet. A new strike plate will be needed after opening to repair the lock.

8. Can the code be changed to operate the lock?

Yes, both the user code and supervisor code can be changed.

9. How many different codes can be used to operate StealthLock?

Two. StealthLock can be operated with an assigned user code and the supervisor code. Note, in Single Use Mode, a new user code can be entered whenever the receiver latch is in the unlock position.

10. What is Single Use Mode?

Single Use Mode is a programmable feature of StealthLock. It allows for a user to choose their code at time of operation. This feature would be used in locker or other shared use applications.

11. Is StealthLock easy to install?

Yes. In most applications, StealthLock mounts without machining or altering the cabinet in anyway. When the TL-600 installation tool is used, typically only a phillips screwdriver is needed for installation.

12. Something is pressing on the door from the inside and the lock will not release.

An object pressing on the cabinet door or drawer can interfere with normal operation. To allow the lock to release, push in on the door or drawer when entering the code. This will allow the solenoid to release and unlock.

13. Can StealthLock be used outside?

StealthLock is intended for interior use only. Recommended temperature range is 50 degrees Fahrenheit to 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperature below or above this range can affect operation.

14. Is there a phone number for technical support?

Yes, for StealthLock technical questions please call us at 847-752-2525. Support hours are 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday – Friday Central Time.