System X12R – The new standard

The X12R reversible key system with horizontal key insertion offers users maximum convenience, as the state‑of‑the‑art key has dimples and no sharp‑edged
grooves.

Highlights

The X12R cylinder is fitted with an emergency function as standard, meaning that if a key is left in one side of the lock, the door can still be locked from the other side with a second key.

The X12R Euro profile cylinders are certified to SKG** as standard. This means that the system meets high requirements regarding the attack resistance of the cylinder. The patented* stop pin inside the cylinder also verifies that the key has the correct authorisation, thereby ensuring legal and technical copy protection. Special anti‑drill pins made from hardened special steel prevent cylinder tampering. The security card provides additional protection as this must be presented before additional cylinders and keys can be ordered.

*max. patent term to 2030

At a glance

Profile Comfortable reversible key system with horizontal key 
insertion
System extent 1 security level 
Highlights Increased anti-drill protection
SKG** certification 
Emergency function
Patent protection until 2030*
Unlimited trade mark protection 
Combination 
with electronic
Keyed different or keyed alike single lockings
No
Manufacturing Made in Germany, DIN EN 1303, 
Certified ISO 9001:2008

Download: 
Leaflet X 12R

In detail

The reversible key system with horizontal key insertion offers users maximum convenience © ABUS
System X12R comes with a patented key stopper in both the cylinder and the key © ABUS
This verifies that the key has the correct authorisation before opening © ABUS
The shape of the key makes it almost unnoticeable in your pocket © ABUS

The reversible key system with horizontal key insertion offers users maximum convenience.

System X12R comes with a patented* key stopper in both the cylinder and the key.

This verifies that the key has the correct authorisation before opening.

The shape of the key makes it almost unnoticeable in your pocket.

Questions & answers

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