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Hardwired Alarmed Exit Device

Hardwired Alarmed Exit Device

The V40xEA device option is designed for doors that require a hardwired,

alarmed panic device with remote signal and bypass.

DTV40XEA-36

Rim Exit Device with Alarm (V40xEA) (Formerly EH/EHxR)

The V40xEA device option is designed for doors that require a hardwired, alarmed panic device with remote signal and bypass.

(Shown with mortise cylinder - sold separately)

 

When the alarm sounds a remote signal can be sent to turn on a remote horn, strobe or other security device. The alarm can also be bypassed using a remote button, keypad, card reader or other access control device. The alarm, with approximately 100dB will sound when someone attempts to exit, alerting management that an unauthorized exit has occurred. With electric switching that monitors the pushpad, the V40xEA provides a high level of security while also meeting all life safety concerns.


Features

 

V40xEA - Alarmed Exit Device powered by 12V or 24 AC/DC power, with 9-volt battery backup

• Remote Signal - Form C signaling when alarm sounds

• Remote Bypass input allows authorized use without an alarm

• Stainless steel, 3/4" deadlocking Pullman type latch bolt

• Non-handed, field sizeable

• 100 decibel alarm

Single mortise cylinder (sold separate) provides arming and dogging

• Armed and disarmed field selectable status indicator

• Heavy duty ribbed aluminum rail extrusion

• Visual and audible arming indicators

• FC3 - Flexible 3’ Conduit Kit, mounts to device end cap

• 1/8 turn cylinder dogging

• Delayed arming allows arming after door closes

• State of art electronics offer reliable security and instantaneous alarm

• Field selectable key rearm or 2 min. auto rearm

• Accommodates all types of mortise cylinders with a standard Yale cam

(collar required for 7-pin IC cylinders)

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