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ASSA ABLOY exit devices include one-touch, push bar panic exits and one-hand-operated emergency exits.
PUSH CONTROL BLOCAGE DOGGING DAS
To monitor entries and meet any site's security requirements, the PUSH CONTROL TRIGGERED-SAFETY-DEVICE DOGGING LOCKING SYSTEM is the best solution. With its LOCKING (exit monitoring) and DOGGING (entry monitoring) functions, this version of PUSH CONTROL is mostly used in airports, government buildings, hospitals, and similar establishments.
PUSH CONTROL DOGGING
If you want to use a single device to control an emergency exit, entry control, and open access during certain hours, PUSH CONTROL DOGGING provides the right solution. In addition, the motorized system at the entrance makes operation easier for users. PUSH CONTROL DOGGING is intended for all emergency exits where entry control is required, but exit must remain freely open.
PUSH CONTROL BLOCAGE DAS
Regulations for buildings open to the public require triggered safety devices for the operation of emergency exits. The PUSH CONTROL TRIGGERED-SAFETY-DEVICE LOCKING SYSTEM provides this kind of access control solution in airports, government buildings, hospitals, museums, hotels, and other types of premises.
PUSH CONTROL CONTACT
PUSH CONTROL CONTACT is a panic bar activated by an electronic push detector. The bar only signals exits (as part of access control and intrusion detection systems), but keeps the exit open. The bar works in combination with an electromechanical lock, creating a lock system that monitors exiting. PUSH CONTROL CONTACT can equip any premises where exits must be monitored: parking lots, employee entrances, office buildings, and sensitive sites, among others.
Published 28 Feb 2007
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