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SDC Security Door Controls 1581S Delayed Egress Mini Exit Check. 650lbs holding force

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Regular Price: $850.00

Special Price: $722.50

Quick Overview

The Mini Exit Check® is designed to meet the needs of long term care and commercial facilities that require a smaller, less obtrusive, and less expensive delayed egress lock that is better suited for minimum security needs. In addition, the subdued alarm tone is less disruptive to patients and staff. SDC has also maintained all the features and status outputs found in most higher holding force delayed egress locks on the market.


**Remote reset control required for models ND and NH (see related products)


Made in the USA

**Remote reset control required for models ND and NH (see bottom of page for options)

V - 628 Finish Standard. All other finishes are Special order, no cancellation, no returns

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Regular Price: $850.00

Special Price: $722.50

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SDC Security Door Controls 1581S Delayed Egress Mini Exit Check. 650lbs holding force

      

 

Operation

Tone and LED annunciation includes two distinct tones indicating unauthorized egress in progress and unlocked. A tri-color LED mode status indicator indicating secure, unauthorized egress in progress.

When unauthorized egress is initiated, the Mini Exit Check® delays egress through the door for 15 seconds. Meanwhile, the person exiting must wait while personnel or security respond. The door unlocks after 15 seconds have elapsed, permitting egress. A signal from the fire/life safety system will release the lock for uninhibited egress in an emergency.

 

Self Adjusting Door Movement Sensor

The built-in door movement sensor may only be used with doors equipped with a latch assembly, such as a mechanical lockset or exit device.

The mechanical latch mechanism must be locked on the exterior and unlocked on the interior. From the inside, retracting the door latch and applying pressure causes limited door movement. The built-in activation trigger senses the door movement and initiates delayed egress operation.

 

Activation For Non-Latching Doors

The external activation trigger input must be used with doors without latch assemblies, such as latchless glass and herculite doors.

Activation may be triggered by the SDC MSB550 Switch Bar or the SDC Sure Exit®, request-to-exit push bar. A power transfer device is required. Pushing on the requestto exit push bar immediately activates the delayed egress operation.

 

Model

1581SNDV  Single Mini Delayed Egress Lock 650 lbs. holding force, ND (15sec) fixed exit delay, 2 second nuisance delay, V aluminum finish
1581SNHV  Single Mini Delayed Egress Lock 650 lbs. holding force, NH (30sec) fixed exit delay, 2 second nuisance delay, V aluminum finish
1581SBDV  Single Mini Delayed Egress Lock 650 lbs. holding force, BD (15sec) fixed exit delay, 1 second nuisance delay, auto reset 30 seconds after door closure V aluminum finish

 

Specifications

Input Voltage: Dual voltage Sensing 12/24 VDC

Current:
320mA @ 24VDC
500mA @ 12VDC

Size: 10"L x 2"H x 2-3/8"D

 

Options

D - Door position status
B - Magnetic bond sensor

Additional Information
Manufacturer SDC Security
Manufacturer Warranty 2 Year
Status Monitor Optional
Finish Aluminum
Power Requirements 24VDC/12VDC
Maglocks.com Rating Better
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Products Questions:

Posted by steve steffey on Tuesday 27th of December 2011

Question:

Does this delay mag loc require a panic bar to start the delay timer or can you use a door knob or simply pressure on the mag to start the timer?

Answers:

  • Posted by Ronald Wenskoski on Tuesday 27th of December 2011

    For doors with a mechanical latch assembly (either pushbar or standard door knob) you can use the pressure sense activation sensor.  The lock will sense when the door is being pushed open and start the delayed open time.

    For doors without a mechnical latch assembly you would have to pair this lock up with an electric push bar to signal the lock to release.  Example MSB550

    If you have any other questions please contact us at 1-866-500-5625

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