Delayed Egress (EE)
Available with V40 Rim and V50/V51 Surface Vertical Rod Exit Devices
The EE, designed for primary and secondary exits, provides a secure 15-second delay and a 100 decibel alarm when someone attempts to exit. This 15-second delay allows management time to respond before someone exits and the alarm deters the exit from occurring. Per life safety requirements, the EE must be provided with a fire alarm input, thus providing a system override during a fire emergency. The EE provides security while meeting all life safety concerns, offering an exceptional value.
- Priced to be the best value for durable and attractive panic hardware
- Tamper resistant housing
- Angled end cap deflects damage away from device
- Controls foot traffic, deters unauthorized exits, prevents loss and meets building code requirements
- Accommodates all types of mortise cylinders with a standard Yale cam
- Powered by a 24VDC filtered and regulated power supply
- Fire alarm input can be connected at power supply
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