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"2MCCTV sales staff were very helpful in all my needs and questions, they were very knowledgeable in a all areas. They would caution and would let me know when they had sales going on" Gary Nielsen - Head Engineer, Granville Tower Condos
"2MCCTV post sales was absolutely amazing, I had no problems getting my equipment up and running, tech support spent 5 hours on the phone with me until he made sure we got everything working great. Outstanding Service". John Bardon - Loss Prevention, City of Denton
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Request to exit devices are used in a secure facility or building, tied to electric strikers or mag locks. When request to exit button is pushed or triggered the door unlocks. Request to exit are used on the inside of the building for people exiting. Request to exit devices come in different forms such as below. Push bars are most commonly used with warehouse metal type doors, and the other styles push buttons, push plates or sensor plates are used for wood door office type environment.
Rosslare EX-17 Mullion Non-Sparking Tactile Switch, Two separate full form-C relay outputs for separate application wiring: N.O. and N.C., Input for external lighting alerts for evacuation and other applications, Advanced Soft Touch Piezoelectric Switch
Rosslare EX-07 Non-Sparking Tactile Switch, mode. lighting mode. and full dual-relay output, Two separate full form-C relay outputs for separate application wiring: N.O. and N.C., Input for external lighting alerts for evacuation and other applications
Rosslare EX-06 Non-Sparking Tactile Switch, solid state Piezoelectric Switch Technology generating a dry contact N.O. and N.C relay pulse simply by the touch of a finger, One Form C Relay with two 5 Ampere outputs for separate application wiring: N.O. and N.C., Advanced soft touch piezoelectric switch