An exit device, also referred to as a pushbar, crash bar or panic bar, is an egress device which is installed on an exit door to release the latch when the bar is pushed. These devices can be mechanical or enhanced when electrified and relayed to the other products for higher security.
The Yale 7100B is a rim exit device to be used with single doors or pairs of doors constructed of metal, wood or composite materials. Provides indication of the pushpad being depressed. Used as a Request to Exit switch to shunt alarm systems, release electromagnetic locks or monitor egress. Learn More$713.35