Alarm Controls, REB-1A Request to Exit Push Bar
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Alarm Controls, REB-1A Request to Exit Push Bar

$166.60 $196.00

Overview

REB-1A provides mechanical activation for electronic release in a reliable, durable exit bar.

Designed for use on electronically locked, non-fire-rated doors or as an initiate device for a delayed egress timer. Pressing the bar activates internal mechanical switches to release the lock.

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Procuct Specifications

REB-1A provides mechanical activation for electronic release in a reliable, durable exit bar. Designed for use on electronically locked, non-fire-rated doors or as an initiate device for a delayed egress timer. Pressing the bar activates internal mechanical switches to release the lock.

Models

  • REB-1A: Request to Exit Push Bar, DPDT relay, 36 inch length

*Replaces discontinued Part# REB-1

Standard Features

  • Includes 16 foot 22 AWG 6 conductor cable and armored door cord
  • Low profile design requires only 1/4 inch movement for activation
  • Mechanical action activates DPDT relay
  • 5A rated output to allow free egress or initiate an exit delay timer
  • Redundant switches ensure reliable, fault tolerant operation
  • All metal construction
  • Indoor operation

Dimensions

  • Length: 34-1/2 inches (for use on 36 inch Door)
  • Height: 2-5/8 inches
  • Depth: 1-5/8 inches (from mounting surface)

Electrical

  • Max current 1.5A at 30 VDC

Operating Temperature

  • -4 degrees to +185 degrees F (-20 to +85°C)

Request to Exit Bar Usage Notes:

As the REB-1A is normally used to permit egress on an electrically secured door, ensure that all applicable building and fire codes are being followed. Verify installation with local building and/or fire prevention codes and regulations. The REB-1A may not be used on a fire rated door that requires a fire rated latch. In some instances however, fire doors are permitted on openings where a fire rated barrier is not required. Use of the REB-1A should always be verified and approved through local building code and/or fire prevention agencies.

Manufacturer
Alarm Controls

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