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Request-to-exit devices are used for applications with access control egress doors to ensure occupants are able to safely exit. For these doors code requires that the lock release by a motion sensor detecting an approaching individual, a marked push button, loss of power and by activation of the building fire alarm/ sprinkler/ smoke detection system if the building is equipped with one. It is important to check with the local authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) to ensure that access controlled egress doors are permitted and what the specific requirement for them are in your area.

Allegion offers a full portfolio of request-to-exit devices to meet the specific needs of your application. We make it easy to find the right product for any application with a variety of tools such as data sheets and wiring diagrams. System design can be one of the most challenging parts of any project. Our local sales representatives and spec writers are available to assist you with product application and code compliance.
 
Von Duprin & LCN offer a full portfolio of products that complement our system accessories offering.
•Von Duprin: Exit devices and outside trim operations, electric strikes, monitor strikes & power transfers
•LCN: Heavy duty door closers, auto operators, magnets & accessories
  Product How to Choose

Request-to-Exit Devices 672 Series TouchBar: A request to exit device that releases electromagnetic or electronic locks when bar is depressed

692 Series SmartBar™: An electronic switching device which serves as a non-latching request to exit bar.  Touching the SmartBar at any point on the bar activates internal circuitry which controls power to the locking device.

Scan II™Passive Infrared Motion Sensor: A motion sensor that provides passive infrared motion sensors specifically design for “request to exit” applications.