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INPACT Trim OptionsElectric Latch RetractionThe EL feature allows for the remote latch retraction of exit devices. A control station operator can flip a switch to retract the latchbolt and immediately change an exit door to push/pull operation. A powerful, continuous-duty solenoid retracts the latchbolt either for momentary unlocking or for extended periods of time. The EL feature is an alternative to manual dogging. EL devices are also useful with automatic door operators, and may be applied to fire-rated devices when under the control of an automatic fire alarm system. UL approved for Class II circuit applications. This feature does not include the power transfer from door to frame, nor the power supply or control operator.Solenoid Specifications: Continuous-Duty 24 VDC. Current Inrush 16 Amps. Current Holding (450 milliamps) 0.5 Amps. To Order: Specify prefix EL.Latchbolt MonitoringThe latchbolt monitor or (LX) feature gives an electronic signal when someone enters an opening from the trim side of the door. The device can then be connected to a security console or may be used as a single door alarm when used with a horn and power supply. The (LX) switch is located inside the device’s pushpad on a concealed vertical rod device. For a mortise device, the switch is located inside the mortise lock. Electrical Ratings: 0.5 Amp., 24 VDC. To Order: Specify prefix LX.INPACT AccessoriesCylinders are not furnished with device or trim and must be specified when ordering. Mortise lock exit devices and the LP373L, 376T and LP230L use mortise-type cylinders.Less Bottom RodThe Less Bottom Rod (LBR) option is available for concealed vertical rod devices. In lieu of a bottom rod and latch, a springloaded auxiliary bolt is installed in the lower door edge. When exposed to heat, during a fire, the auxiliary latch releases, keeping the doors in alignment and closed. UL listed for 3 hours on double egress doors and for 90 minutes on doors swinging in the same direction. The LBR option is not recommended for exterior door openings or where security is critical.Request to ExitThe pushpad monitor or (RX) feature gives an electronic signal when someone exits an opening from the device side of the door. The device can then be connected to a security console or may be used as a single door alarm when used with a horn and power supply. The (RX) feature is available only on mortise devices using the (NL) function. The (RX) switch is located inside the mortise device’s pushpad.Electrical Ratings: 0.5 Amp., 24 VDC. To Order: Specify prefix RX.
UL Listed - Fire Exit Hardware Label/Opening Size
3 Hour4' x 10'
90 Minute8' x 10'
3 Hour8' x 10'
90 Minute8' x 10'
3 Hour8' x 10'
Antimicrobial Coatings for Exit HardwareHospitals, schools and food service facilities experience high traffic every day, even in areas that aren’t open to the public. Von Duprin can help you combat bacteria on panic and exit hardware with an antimicrobial coating that provides lasting protection.
The vast majority of bacteria are rendered harmless by the human immune system, but a few are responsible for infectious disease. The antimicrobial coating on Von Duprin exit devices works to protect the hardware’s surface by inhibiting the growth of bacteria, mold and mildew.The coating is made using ionic silver (AG+), a single atom that is missing one orbital electron that interacts with the bonding sites on the microbe surface. The result is that silver ions surround bacterial cells – blockading food and respiration supplies, hindering the bacteria from reproducing.