- Power supply by 9V. battery, immediately ready for use
- Sturdy and robust metal housing
- 5 year manufacturer's warranty
- Profile half cylinder with 2 keys
- 9V block battery
- Alarm module 95 dB (9 V) 105 dB (12 V)
- Small pictogram with direction arrow for use on GfS Exit Control, backlit
- Large pictogram with directional arrow for use on the door, backlit
- 4 Screws for fastening
Locked emergency exits are prohibited! Legislation requires that they are always free and easy to open for anyone to leave the building quickly in an emergency. On the other hand, open emergency exits invite misuse and should therefore be secured. The door guard meets both requirements. It is mounted under the lever handle in such a way that it prevents it from being operated and thus secures the door handle. The door can be opened if the GfS Exit Control has been swung to the side beforehand.
The GfS Exit Control is mounted under the lever handle of the door in such a way that it prevents actuation and thus secures the door lever handle or shoot bolt.
The door can only be opened if the GfS Exit control is first turned to the side. It then engages in its inclined position and allows the handle to operate. At the same time, a loud acoustic alarm sounds. This means: The door can be opened in case of danger, but the alarm signal draws attention to unauthorised use.
The responsible caretaker, technician, etc. can only reset the GfS Exit Control with a key and thus stop the alarm. The GfS Exit Control can be used for right or left doors. Pictograms on the GfS Exit control and on the door indicate in which direction it must be swivelled. The swivel direction is set by the customer using a notched pin (included in the scope of delivery).