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 DB11 is a self-contained recess mount active infrared safety beam system for use on any automatic door. When the infrared beam is interrupted, the DB11’s relay output signals an automatic sliding door control to open or reverse when closing. The DB11 can be recess mounted into tubular guide rails on pedestrian swing doors. When the door is closing and the overhead safety sensor is locked out, interrupting the DB11 beam will bring this sensor protecting the swing side of the door back into the safety circuit thus inhibiting the door from reopening. Learn More$102.95
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The SafePath DH97 is a 4-row presence sensor designed to provide safety protection for all types of automatic doors. The DH97 is based on the most reliable active infrared (AI) technology available Floor Reflection Method (FRM). With FRM-AI, up to 36 individual detection zones are precisely reflected off of the floor in a rectangular pattern meeting and exceeding ANSI A156.10 guidelines. Learn More$255.00
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