One-Touch Door Activation with BEA’s LPR-36

Low profile sensor ideal for healthcare facilities and universities

Pittsburgh, Pa. (September 7, 2011) – BEA’s new LPR-36 is a low profile, door activation push plate designed to provide easy access to people with disabilities and those using mobility products or carrying medical equipment. The push plate mounts directly on any flat wall surface, providing one-touch activation anywhere on its 36” x 6” surface. The impact resistant design allows for activation in situations where human touch is not achievable.

BEA’s LPR-36 push plate activation sensor.

BEA’s LPR-36 push plate activation sensor.

The LPR-36 can be hard-wired or configured for wireless operation with a factory installed wireless transmitter. It features easy installation with only two mounting screws that can be accessed without removing the face plate. The LPR-36 can be installed over single and double gang boxes, and on commercial bollards where necessary. It is constructed from weather resistant stainless steel and is clear powder coated to eliminate finger prints. The push plate exceeds requirements of California Building Code Section 1117B.6, and Ontario, Canada Building Code Sections A-3.8.3.3 (17) and A-3.8.1.5.

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