Request to Exit
Request-to-exit devices can be a pushbutton, exit device or a motion detector, most common application is to release a maglock when a pushbar is depressed.
The SREX-100 is an active infrared request to exit sensor for interior applications located within the protected premise. It is U.L. listed as a request to exit device under the U.L. UL294 and the CAN/ULC-S319 standard. The SREX-100 is rated a "class 1" as per the CAN/ULC-S319 standard. The SREX-100 is designed to mount over the door header so that its detection pattern is placed directly over the door handle. When the user reaches for the door handle the exit device releases allowing the person to exit. The active detection curtain is well defined to keep the door secure while rejecting parallel traffic and objects placed under it. Learn More$101.40
DA-5 is a passive infrared motion detector designed for use with access control and automatic door opening systems. When motion is detected, the DA-5 relay output provides signals activating the door opening mechanism. For maximum flexibility, the output activation time is user adjustable between 1 and 60 seconds. Learn More$61.93