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17th April 2019 Issue no. 453

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Dortronics Systems announces new electromagnetic locks at ASIS 2013

Dortronics Systems recently introduced two new electromagnetic locks for use with a variety of door and frame types at ASIS 2013. The 1107xD maglock and the 1107xEDR delayed egress actuating maglock offer smart features in a slim configuration and at a competitive price. Both units deliver fail-safe operation, releasing instantly upon command or loss of power.

"The new 1107 Series Maglocks deliver convenience and reliability in a compact package," said Bryan Sanderford, National Sales Manager, Dortronics Systems. "The Series is a very practical addition to our already comprehensive lineup of maglocks."

The 1107xD is designed to fit narrow style header applications. Its 11/4 inch depth reduces the need for angle mounting brackets and filler plates, lowering installation time and costs. The onboard concealed Door Position switch can be utilised to report door status to an access panel or door prop alarm.

The 1107xEDR operates with the 7101-P Delayed Egress Panel and is designed with a field-adjustable actuator that senses door movement. A concealed door position switch reports door status for re-lock and forced door conditions to the egress panel.

Both the 1107xD & 1107xEDR can be easily field-converted for inswing applications with the addition of the 1195-07 Inswing Conversion Kit.
The 1107 Series are NFPA 101 / BOCA compliant and UL 294 access control certified. They are encased in brushed clear anodised aluminum housings and the electromagnetic face and armature are zinc-plated for resistance to rust and corrosion. Both units feature a holding force of 600 pounds.

Tel: +1 631 725 0505

23rd October 2013




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