Sometimes when researching the best product for the job requires more research. It’s not a job to just put on a Maglock or an Electric Strike. It’s a job that requires a unique Mag Lock with a sensor. Do you install more than one product? Not necessarily. Rutherford Controls, RCI, has the Delayed Egress Electromagnetic Lock, which is an All-in-One delayed egress lock with a built-in sensor that detects pressure applied to outward swinging doors. Built-in sounder, voice and CCTV monitoring combinations make this ideal for applications requiring Loss Prevention, Life Safety and Traffic Control. The RCI DE8310 Electromagnetic Lock is unique in that there is no need to replace existing door hardware making this an easy and affordable delayed egress solution.

RCI DE8310 Electromagnetic Lock with Camera

Standard Features:

  • All-in-One delayed egress lock
  • Built in “sensor” detects when pressure is applied to outward swinging doors – No need to replace existing door hardware
  • Field selectable 15 or 30 second release delay with field selectable 0 to 3 second nuisance delay
  • Provision for IBC, SBC, NFPA101, UBC, BOCA or NBC of Canada compliance
  • Unique highly visible “Red/Green” light panel indicates status of door (local)
  • Available with built-in sounder, voice and CCTV monitoring combinations
  • Camera comes with BNC and RCA video outputs
  • Includes 960 Keyswitch for reset and override, 15 second Building Code Sign; base unit includes external sounder
  • Built-in Security Condition Sensor (SCS) feature indicates that the door is closed and bonded
  • Dry contact SPDT and DPDT relays provided for local and/or remote monitoring
  • Auto sensing voltage from 12 to 24 VDC
  • Up to 1200lbs (540kg) holding force

Standard MultiMag Features:

  • Adjustable keyhole mounting
  • Convenient plug-in wiring terminals
  • Easy access wiring cavity
  • Encapsulated 4-bolt ‘Drop-Stop” mounting
  • Self-drilling tek™ fasteners

Feature and Function Descriptions:

  • Nuisance Delay: This feature is designed to accommodate accidental triggering. A pull to the door with a minimum of 15 lbs of force changes the light panel from green to red and triggers the local alarm relay. If the pressure is withdrawn within 1, 2, or 3 seconds (as set by the dip switches 2 and 3 in Installation Instructions), the system will return to normal. If the nuisance period is set to 0 (0 seconds is no nuisance period) removing pressure will not stop alarm.
  • 15 Second Alarm: If pressure on the door is maintained for more than the selected nuisance period (1, 2, or 3), the remote alarm relay will activate, the local alarm relay remains on and the light panel continues to flash red.
    After 15 seconds, the local and remote alarm relay will remain in its de-activated state until the lock has been reset, but the light panel will continue to blink indicating attempted break-in has occurred to the EW magnet.
  • Light Panel: This full length feature is a highly visible red and green status indicator.

Housing Dimensions:

  • Base Unit: 2-1/8″ (54mm) Deep x 2-7/8″ (73mm) High Profile with 10-13/16 (275mm) Length
  • With Voice or Sound Option: 2-1/8″ (54mm) Deep x 2-7/8″ (73mm) High Profile with 11-3/4″ (299mm) Length
  • With Camera and Voice/Sound Option: 2-1/8″ (54mm) Deep x 2-7/8″ (73mm) High Profile with 14″ (355mm) Length


  • Armature Plate Requirements: 5/8″D x 2-3/8″H x 7-7/16″L (16mm x 60mm x 189mm)
  • Auto Sensing Voltage: 12VDC to 24VDC
  • Power Consumption:
    • With Camera: 12VDC – Max 0.79A / 24VDC – Max 0.39A
    • With Voice/or Sound: 12VDC – Max 0.66A / 24VDC – Max 0.33A
    • Base Unit*: 12VDC – Max 0.61A / 24VDC – Max 0.32A
    • * Ratings shown include the external sounder required by NFPA101
  • Local Alarm Output: SPDT 1.0A 120VAC, 2A 30VDC
  • Remote Alarm Output: DPDT: 1.0A 120VAC, 2A 30VDC


Contact your local branch for details or to place an order.

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