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Seco-Larm's "No Touch" Request-To-Exit Sensor uses infrared technology to open a door or activate a device with the simple wave of a hand. The trigger distance is up to 4 inches, and because it requires no physical contact, this sensor reduces the risk of contamination for use in hospitals, clinics, labs, cleanrooms or for use in schools, factories, and offices.
The device uses stainless-steel construction single-gang plates. The SPDT three-amp relay connects to electromagnetic door locks, door openers, or other access devices to allow entry into or exit from an area.
The SD-927PKC-NEQ features a ring illuminator, which turns from green to red when the sensor is activated. Installation is completed with a quick-connect screwless terminal block and requires standard 12VDC power.
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