Dortronics Systems, Inc. has released a printed brochure on the newly introduced 4300 Series 2-Door Interlock Controller, a low-cost base model offering high-level access control in an economical solution for two-door air locks or security mantrap systems.
Dortronics alsos offer a new digital brochure featuring the full line of door interlock and mantrap control products including the 4300, 4700 and 4900 series, along with the 5277 series of illuminated door control switches. The digital brochure, which is on a USB flash drive, also provides basic system drawings and operation and a checklist for system configuration.
“Our new brochures provide a convenient reference for our door interlock and mantrap control capabilities and help to guide integrators in choosing the right system for any application,” said Bryan Sanderford, national sales sanager, Dortronics Systems, Inc. “The use of PLC-based controllers expands the flexibility in designing systems and opens up a world of new capabilities, including complex air locks, clean room environments and security mantraps.”
The complete 4000 series of door interlock and mantrap control products, ranging from simple two-door units to custom-programmable, 128-door, multifunction units, will be displayed at the Dortronics booth. The illuminated stainless steel 5277-PZL Series Piezo Switches, which are featured in the digital brochure, offer weather-resistant and rugged stainless steel construction with highly responsive actuators.
Dortronics' 4700 series Mantrap Control systems are PLC-based controllers that can economically control up to four normally unlocked doors or three normally locked doors. Dortronics' 4900 Series Interlock Control is designed to handle systems of over 100 doors.
In addition to withstanding the elements, the 5277 Series red/green/amber LED illuminated door control switches can be custom-engraved. They are ideal for a range of conventional and demanding door control applications including automatic doors, electric strike locks or magnetic locks, as well as remote bypass (REX) input of an access control system.