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.
Alarm Lock PG21MS Advanced Narrow-Stile Microprocessor Controlled Door Alarm for Surface Mounting on a Door or Door Frame Learn More$150.75
Alarm Lock PG21MSS Advanced Narrow-Stile Microprocessor Controlled Door Alarm for Surface Mounting on a Door or Door Frame with yellow strobe on top for noisy areas Learn More$185.63
The PG30MS is a keypad operated surface-mounted microprocessor-controlled door alarm. Three programmable security levels provide degrees of access to suit various applications, such as unattended fire stairways, airport security areas, delivery entrances, etc. The unit contains a Form-C relay as well as provisions for an external power supply and external relay-switch contacts. The unit mounts on the door with a magnetic actuator on the frame; or, if external wiring is required, vice versa. Entering the Master Code will alternately arm and disarm the unit. A selectable Annunciator feature beeps to signal opening of the door while the unit is disarmed. Opening the door, removing the cover or attempting to defeat the unit with a second magnet, when armed, will activate the alarm. Learn More$179.44