Low-energy door operators are a great product for locksmiths and other security professional to provide. They are used in new construction as well as frequently called for in retrofit situations, and are used primarily with swinging doors. I’ve had the opportunity to troubleshoot...
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What do you mean Auxiliary Stop is recommended? Like a wall or floor stop?
Yes a wall or floor stop is what this refers to, this is to protect the wall or structure the door is opening into. This is recommended since we have seen installers accidentally over adjust the opening and back check features resulting in the door running into the wall or structure and damage results.
What is a Premium PC Control Box?
Previously, the Benchmark was offered with either a standard control box, or premium control box. There was an upcharge for the premium control box because it had additional features that may not have been needed for every application. The new Benchmark eliminates the standard/premium mix, and offers all the features of the previous Premium, not at the price of the standard (which I’ve listed above). The new Benchmark controller also offers additional features which are explained in the sell sheet.
ANSI recently revised the ANSI 156.19 to ANSI 156.19-2007. How does your unit achieve compliance?
The unit has been tested to meet all ANSI standards.
The Benchmark brings a new level of technology and the LCN tradition of Made in the U.S.A. quality to the low-energy operator market. More information can be found on the LCN website at www.lcn.ingersollrand.com.
With extra effort and training, locksmiths can become accessibility and security experts.
This certification enhances the locksmith’s image as a security professional and provides another tool for winning future door operator business.