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The Detex ECL-230X-TDB (Top Bolt, Deadbolt, and Bottom Bolt) Exit Device with Alarm is a code compliant, battery alarmed, rugged 3-point dead bolt panic device with a photo luminescent sign. The alarm offers a 100 decibel alarm for secondary exits. The easy to install device provides a design that resists attacks and provides maximum holding force.

Detex ECL-230X-TDB


  • 3-Point 1″ throw deadbolt lock with just over 3/4″ engagement with the frame
  • 3/4″ throw top and bottom locks with 5/8″ engagement with the strike
  • Saw resistant deadbolts
  • Corrosion resistant alloy lock body
  • 100dB Alarm, powered by 9V battery (included)
  • Surface/flush reversible strike
  • Accepts 5-pin through 7-pin standard and interchangeable core rim cylinders without using cylinder collar
  • Durable photo-luminescent sign absorbs light to then “glow in the dark” when lights are dimmed
  • Locking and unlocking the dead bolt always arms and disarms the alarm
  • Non-handed
  • Low profile meets International Building Code requirement allowing for 4” maximum projection off face of door
  • Resetting the alarm can only be accomplished with a control key


  • For 9V DC hardwiring add BE-961-1 or BE-961-2
  • Available as Weatherized (W)
  • Hurricane Rated (H)
  • 84” – Fits 6’8” to 7’ door
  • 96” – Fits 7’ to 8’ door
  • 120” – Fits 8’ to 10’ door
  • 30 – Fits 30” wide door
  • DX1 – Add hinge side protection with one hinge bolt for 4 locking points (3/4” frame engagement)
  • DX2 – Add hinge side protection with two hinge side bolts for 5 locking points (3/4” frame engagement)
  • DX3 – For maximum hinge side protection add three hinge side bolts for 6 locking points (3/4” frame engagement)
  • English Push Plate Sign Standard (RWS – Spanish Sign can be ordered, other languages are available)

Detex ECL-230X-TDB Demonstration Video

To place your order for a Detex ECL-230X-TDB or for a quote, contact your local IDN Branch.

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Kathleen Kempf is the Marketing Manager at IDN-H. Hoffman.