adds new iClassÂ® Prox/PIN
model to its Trilogy Networxâ„¢ Locks.
all Networx, it has the global functions and networked
bidirectional communications that eliminate the need to
physically go door-to-door for program changes such as
authorized users, event log retrieval and more. However,
the new PDL7100 Series also has a built in HID iClass
Reader, to accept 13.56MHz Smart Cards, including smart
chip for transactional info, ideal for campuses and
universities seeking a one-card solution.
introduces the next
generation of their popular Touch Sense exit bars with
the release of the Dual Sense Bar. The DSB is designed
for use on magnetically locked non-fire-rated doors and
is engineered to address the most current UBC life
safety codes with respect to egress through magnetically
locked doors. It combines the company's patented Touch
Sense technology with 1/8" natural mechanical bar
movement. Applying the mechanical function creates the
opportunity to add the redundant movement-activated
switching circuit now required by code officials in
certain metro areas. The DSB goes one step further by
adding two switches to the movement-activated circuit
which provides triple redundancy and unmatched safety.
The DSB is the only exit bar that will effectively
release a magnetic lock by touching any part of the
product surface from any direction. It is available with
two options an illuminated "push to exit" sign provided
through an internal fiber optic strip for greater
visibility especially in low lighting conditions and
Microshield antimicrobial coating for germ resistance
often required in health care applications....
The Marks USA M9900
series exit device
provides extreme durability for high impact applications
such as schools, universities and other institutional or
commercial buildings. The heavy-duty cast chassis
provides superior durability, while the smooth reduced
projection touchbar assembly minimizes catch hazards.
The partial length touchpad permits options such as
dogging. A full complement of free wheeling lever trim
An electromagnetic lock
an electromagnet in a housing mounted on the door frame,
and a steel armature mounted on the door. When the
magnet is energized, it bonds to the armature and locks
the door. To allow access or egress, a switch must be
provided to de-energize the magnet.
Prior to the 2009 edition of the International Building
Code (IBC), the set of code requirements typically used
for doors equipped with electromagnetic locks was the
section called Access-Controlled Egress Doors. The 2009
edition added a second set of requirements that could be
used, called Electromagnetically Locked Egress Doors.
Either of these two sets of requirements can now be
used, depending on the application...
managers, general contractors, architects and home
owners with solutions, products and services to build
and maintain the integrity of their properties.
Commercial Openings - Division 8
Builders' Hardware and Specialty Company provides doors,
frames, hardware, fabrication and specialty products and
services for commercial and institutional building
projects. Whether you are an owner, architect,
contractor or end user, we have something for the entire
Detex Corporation's new EAX-300 Battery Powered
Door-Propped Alarm sounds an alert when a secured door
is propped open. It provides a low-cost security
solution because it requires no electrical connection
and is quick and easy to install.
The EAX-300 can be field-set for door-open times ranging
from one second to two minutes, with a 15-second
default. A 100-decibel alarm alerts employees, then
silences when the door is closed so there is no waiting
for a key-holder to arrive. A 9-volt battery with low
battery/LED alert powers the alarm. Accurate
installation is foolproof, with a patented plastic
template that indicates alignment with the internal
magnetic door contact. Weatherized models are available
for outside doors...