Roseville – Request To Exit Sensors – Part 2

The Exit Push Button is another common type of Request to Exit configuration. One of the more well known types of Exit Push Buttons are the red, circular buttons located near their corresponding doors. Often, facilities using these push buttons are required to label these buttons with “Push to Exit” text. The Access Control Panel is triggered when the Request to Exit button is pushed, and the door alarm is bypassed. There are inherent...

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Request to Exit Sensors Sacramento – Part 1

 There are three main types of Request to Exit sensors. These types are Electronic Presence Detectors, Mechanical Switches (embedded in the locks), and Mechanical Switches with close proximity push buttons. The locks that contain a Mechanical Switch are largely considered the best type of Request to Exit sensors. The majority of Electrified Mortise Locks and Electrified Panic Locks can be equipped with a Mechanical Switch as an...

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