The Alarm Controls SREX 100 is a request to exit sensor for interior applications where active infrared is required. The SREX 100 is UL listed as a request to exit device under UL294 and the CAN/ULC-S319 standard.

Applications for the Alarm Controls SREX 100 include

Alarm Controls SREX 100

 

Features:

  • Active request to exit motion sensor
  • UL 294 and ULC-S319 listed as an access control device
  • Narrow activation zone is limited to door handle area
  • Designed to eliminate cross-traffic activation
  • Can not be deceived by placing objects under door
  • Immune to thermal changes
  • Can not be activated by pets
  • Easy installation and adjustable depth zone
  • Operates on 12V or 24V AC or DC, current draw 60mA
  • Double pole-double throw relay with 2 Amp contacts
  • Adjustable time delay from 1 to 60 seconds
  • Built-in buzzer, can be silenced if required
  • Request to exit input, keypad or card reader input and door position switch input
  • 14 pin connector with four feet of cable
  • Relay contact rating is 1.3A @ 30V DC or 24V AC
  • 3-year warranty

Specifications:

Operating Voltage: 12 OR 24 Volts AC/DC, Auto Voltage Selection
Current Draw: 155 MA., (Sounder Off), 200 MA., (Sounder Maximum Volume)
Relay Contract Rating: 1.3 A. @ 30 Volts DC or 24 Volts AC
Relay Contract Arrangement: Double Pole-Double Throw, (2 Form C)
Temperature: For UL Listed installations +32 F to +120 F, (0 C to +49C)
Humidity: 0% to 93% non-condensing for ULC-S319 installations, 0% TO 85% non-condensing for UL-294 Listed installations.
Request To Exit Input: Normally-open dry contacts
Keypad or Card Reader Input: Normally-closed dry contacts
Door Position Switch Input: Normally-open dry contacts
Size: 6.875” L (174.63mm) x 1.875” H (47.63mm) x 2” W (51mm)
Material: Black anodized aluminum and ABS plastic
Wiring Interface: 14 PIN connector with 4′ of cable
Certifications: UL/CUL 294/S319, FCC Part B

To place your order for an Alarm Controls SREX 100 or for a quote, contact your local IDN Branch.

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