ELR provides the ability to remotely retract the latchbolt. Continuous duty solenoid can retract latchbolts under condition of unlatching or continually dogging. The ELR option can be applied with card readers, toggles or key switches, push buttons and fire alarm systems. PS100 power supply is required for the use of ELR option.
Prefix ELR (e.g. ELR 1100).
Micro-switch Detecting Push Bar
Two internal switches are mounted into the device. One switch is designed to monitor Push Bar assembly. When there is unauthorized use of the device, the alarm will sound once the switch has been activated.
Prefix SS (e.g. SS 1100).
*Specify handing and finish.
The alarm exit provides a simple way to audibly monitor the use of an exit device. The unit contains an alarm which is activated when the push bar is depressed. The alarm sounds at 85 db. The unit operates on one standard 9-volt alkaline battery. When the battery is weak, the horn will emit an intermittent low battery alert signal. Can also be powered using the PS100 Series Power Supply.
The AL requires a standard 1-1/4″ (31.75mm) mortise cylinder which is used as a key switch to perform the following functions:
Available for all 1000, 2000, 30 Series devices from 3’0″ to
4’0″ wide doors, decal for application on door:
The AL is available with 2 optional circuit boards:
Prefix AL (e.g. AL 1100).
The alarm exit is available in kits for retrofit on existing Klacci devices. Specify finish when ordering.
E.g.: ALK Kit.
Alarm kits are available with a choice of two switch kits, RX or LM. RX monitors the push bar and is furnished standard.
Micro-switch Detecting Push Bar
The RX feature is used to signal the use of an opening. This device is equipped with one internal SPDT switch which monitors the push bar. The device can be connected to a security console, or may be used as a single door alarm when used with a horn and power supply.
Prefix RX (e.g. RX 1100).
Micro-switch Detecting Latchbolt
The LM feature is used to signal the use of an opening. This device is equipped with one internal SPDT switch which monitors the latchbolt. The device can be connected to a security console, or may be used as a single door alarm when used with a horn and power supply.
Prefix LM (e.g. LM 1100).
The Delayed Egress Exit Device provides a controlled egress for openings which require panic or fire exit hardware for safe egress. It is a self contained exit device, when armed it will deny exit to unauthorized personnel for 15 or 30 seconds, while simultaneously sounding a local or remote audible alarm. The Remote Monitoring feature will alert the security personnel that an attempt is being made to exit the opening. After the 15 (or 30) second delay of egress period, the device will function as a standard exit device for safe egress.
The device secures the door in the locked mode with a red LED indicating locked status. Depressing the Push bar by accident or for less than the nuisance delay time will sound the alarm without initiating the alarm sequence. Depressing the Push bar with less than 15 pounds pressure, for longer than the nuisance delay time will initiate an irreversible local audible beeping tone and a visual Red indicator until the device releases. After the delay egress time, the lock releases and the alarm changes to a steady tone which continues to alarm until reset. The remote monitoring contact output can be used to alert security personnel.
The Delayed Egress device includes decal for application on door:
A “30 Seconds” decal is provided when the 30-second delay option is specified.
Prefix DE (e.g. DE 1100).
SS Mortise Function
The Electric Mortise Exit Devices (E1400) can control entry to remote locking and unlocking the outside trim or an automatic fire alarm system.
The remote has two main functions:
The outside trim cylinder can retract the latchbolt as a night latch function.
The Electric Mortise Exit Device is available with the following electrical options:
Mortise case Only:
Mortise Lock is furnished standard as Fail Secure (FSE). When power is off the trim is locked. Power is applied to unlock the trim. May be field converted to a Fail Safe (FS) mode. (FS) – power is applied to lock the trim.
Prefix SS or E and Suffix FSE or FS (e.g. E 1400FSE).
Electrified trim with integrated lock/unlock option. Trim can be used for all 1000 Series models. Available as fail-secure or fail-safe.
Prefix E and Suffix FSE or FS.
E309RFSE: RIM, SVR, CVR, 3PT Exit Devices.
E309MFSE: Mortise Exit Device.
The PS100 Power Supply is applicable for wide range of electrical products. It has an option to provide key to lock the enclosure. Battery backup has two hours backup power at full load during an A.C. power failure. Batteries will automatically recharge when failed power is restored. Fire alarm provides input for a normally closed fire alarm contact. When the fire alarm contact is “open”, power to locks or other component is removed. Restoring power is field selectable for automatic or manual.
The power supply model is determined on the number of devices requiring electrical power:
|PS101||Voltage 120 VAC|
|PS102||Voltage 240 VAC|
|PS101K||Voltage 120 VAC with Key lock|
|PS102K||Voltage 240 VAC with Key lock|
|PS101 – 2||Two (2) Zone Controller Board|
|PS101 – 4||Two (2) Zone Controller Board x 2|
|PS101 – FA||Fire Alarm|
|PS101 – BB||Battery Backup|
100-2 Two (2) Zone Controller Board
100-FA Fire Alarm
100-BB Battery Backup
The PS100 Series is available with several optional circuit cards to provide system flexibility. The power supply will accept one or a combination of any two cards.
Maximum wire run:
|100 – 2||Two (2) Zone Controller Board|
|100 – K||Key lock|
|100 – 101||120 VAC Power Supply Board|
|100 – 102||240 VAC Power Supply Board|
|100 – FA||Fire Alarm|
|100 – BB||Battery Backup|
|100 – AC*||Access Control|
|100 – AL*||Alarm|
|100 – AO*||Auto Operator|
|100 – SI*||Security Interlock|
|100 – 4TD*||Four (4) Zone Controller with Time Delay|
*Unavailable until further notice.
EPT-1 power transfer with steel housing and flexible tube. Secure and inconspicuous channel to bring power from the frame to the door. Narrow, shallow channel easily mortises into door edges. Accepts up to 3/8″ (9.5mm) diameter wire bundle. Accommodates doors that swing open 120 degrees. Unit is concealed when the door is closed. Suitable for wood, aluminum or steel door applications.
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