Pittsburgh, Pa. (April 4, 2012) – BEA will display its R2e-100 (Request To Exit) and Delayed Egress Maglock security door systems at the 2012 Intermountain Lock and Supply (IML) Expo. The show takes place on June 22, 2012 at the Mile High Stadium Sports Authority Field (Denver, Colo.).
BEA’s R2e-100 (bottom) and Delayed Egress Maglock at the 2012 IML Expo.
The R2e-100 security door detector provides a high level of protection for access control applications. It mounts above a secure door and uses an active focused infrared detection field that stops at the door hardware. This eliminates unauthorized entry by sliding objects underneath the door from the other side.
BEA’s Delayed Egress Maglock is a code compliant electromagnetic lock for single outward swinging perimeter doors. A built-in sensor detects when pressure is applied to the door. The system sounds an alarm and will unlock after a predetermined period of pressure on the door. The lock has a holding force tolerance of up to 1200 lbs.
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Detector increases security by eliminating false detections
Pittsburgh, Pa. (November 7, 2011) – The BEA R2e-100 (Request To Exit) security door detector is designed for access control applications where a high level of protection is required. The detector mounts above a secure door, allowing authorized personnel to exit as needed while ensuring the door remains locked at all other times.
The BEA R2e-100 detector provides security for access control applications.
The R2e-100 uses active focused infrared detection to provide a known detection area, unaffected by thermal changes. The detection area stops at the door hardware, making it impossible to gain entry by sliding objects underneath the door from the other side. The detector uses parallel traffic rejection to eliminate false detections and any resulting attempts to gain entry by unauthorized personnel.
The R2e-100 is customizable to fit users’ needs, with an adjustable relay hold time between zero and 60 seconds, and multiple relocking modes for any timed or door position conditions. The detector has three auxiliary inputs for a push button or other request to exit device, a card reader or other request to enter device, and a door position switch.
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