record TSA 22 – Para aplicaciones especiales de alta resistencia
The record VRR automatic locking bolts consist of a small, low-cost module that provides basic protection against burglars for your automatic sliding door. Locking is triggered automatically as soon as the operating unit or timer has received the corresponding signal. Should it do so, a steel bolt is inserted through two eyelets located at the door wings to ensure it remains in the closed position. In this way, the door can no longer slide open without use of burglar’s tools and massive force.
Just like the door to your apartment at home, a key-operated contact enables you to operate your automatic door. Turning the key overrides all previously saved operational modes and immediately opens the door. In this way, shopkeepers can gain access to their business in the morning without having to worry about timers or use separate doors at the back.
A record SSK perfectly integrates the convenience of an automatic door system with an enhanced level of burglar protection, like record multipoint locking, or automatic burglar resistant doors record SAFECORD RC 2 and record THERMCORD RC 2 models. This makes poorly accessible, dirty floor locks that get in the way obsolete and a thing of the past.
record automatic doors are constructed to the highest standards of safety and reliability. During power outages, however, any automatic door will cease to function if it has not been fitted with a battery pack to enable it to open or function in an emergency. In this case, your automatic door can be provided with mechanical unlocking using a robust Bowden cable, or, in the case of break-out installations, to allow the door leaves to swing open.
To prevent automatic sliding doors being forced open, for example, locking the entrance to a pharmacy, record provides a variety of solutions. As a convenient alternative to traditional manual floor locks, record provides multi-point locking (MPV), which effectively prevents the door from opening, and features two bolts at the floor and two at the top of the header profile.
The mode of operation is selected intuitively using the BDE-D electronic remote control; the display features text in the language of your choice. The convenient and user-friendly BDE-D remote control can also be used to set or modify application-specific door parameters such as opening and closing speeds, opening widths for reduced opening, duration of open times, etc.
Bacteria and viruses are mainly transmitted through the hands. When the door handle turns into a germ spreader, this is a problem for companies, especially in the hygiene sector. On many everyday things like smartphones, shopping carts, light switches or door handles adhere to the unwelcome bacteria firmly. For hospitals, doctors’ surgeries, restaurants as well as the food processing industry the touchless switch is the perfect solution. Are the hands occupied with carrying shopping bags, anything else or by typing a message on the smartphone, the approach to the switch is enough and and the automatic door open.
In addition to the simple operation of the door, the record BLS 60 is hygienic to use, as at no time the skin comes into contact with the object.
When analyzing its immediate environment, the record RAD 290 motion detector permanently communicates with the control device. The detection field is defined electronically, allowing it to eliminate previously acquired door movements. Time-consuming mechanical fine adjustment of the sensor is thereby eliminated. Also, changes to the field due to temperature differentials are largely uncritical.
The record RIC 290 sensor device uses microwave and active infrared technology. It is equipped with both a combination of motion and presence detectors that trigger opening and closing operations with a high level of security and reliability. The device actively communicates with the door control, and recognizes persons in the passage area. A light curtain also prevents collisions with the door leaves.
The contactless IR hygienic button triggers an opening impulse without having to touch its surface.
Unlike the infrared sensors of the record 290 series, the detection field of this contactless switch is very small, so that it triggers only if a targeted movement occurs in its immediate vicinity. Inadvertent triggering is thus avoided, making the record contactless switch ideal for applications in hospitals, such as when entering the operating theatre after disinfecting the hands to perform surgical operations.
The record wireless button is a wireless 868.3 MHz radio-controlled button that can be attached to almost any point up to 30m from the door. Pushing the button transmits a radio signal with an embedded code to the receiving unit at the door control, triggering an opening impulse. Piezoelectric technology makes the record wireless button maintenance-free, and also means it does not require batteries. Included is also an adhesive film, which enables you to attach the radio-controlled button to glass, tiles or even painted walls.