Electrifying Exit Devices With the Command Access Electrified Latch Pullback
Exit devices are the second most common locking mechanism installed onto commercial/institutional doors. Exit devices are mounted onto the egress side of outswing wooden, hollow metal or aluminum stile glass doors. To unlock and exit through the opening, pressure is placed against the release mechanism. As pressure is exerted against the mechanism, the latchbolt retracts and the door begins to open. This enables people who are in danger to rapidly exit the building. Early exit devices were...