Press Release Summary:
Mini-Box 5236 and 5246 Series Push Button and Key Switch Consoles electrically operate entrance control systems, alarms, and electric locks. Configurations include push buttons, key switches, toggle switches, and LEDs. Suited for controlling single or multiple door access into buildings with electromagnetic locks or strikes, 5236 Series units provide push button operation of 1-3 doors, while 5246 Series units incorporate key and up to 4 push buttons.
Original Press Release:
Dortronics Introduces Mini-Box Series Switch Consoles
New 5236-5246 Series Switch Consoles Deliver Cost-Effective Door Control Solutions. New Orleans, LA (Sept. 15, 2003) - Dortronics Systems, Inc. is displaying its new Mini-Box line of switch consoles here at ASIS 2003. The Mini-Box 5236 and 5246 Series Push Button & Key Switch Consoles are designed to be concealed under a desk or counter, or mounted on a wall to electrically operate entrance control systems, alarms, electric locks and other devices. Mini-Box units are available in a variety of configurations with push buttons, key switches, toggle switches and LEDs. "These small devices play an important role in access control systems where there is a continual flow of pedestrian traffic in and out of a secured area," said John FitzPatrick, Vice President, Dortronics Systems, Inc. Dortronics Mini-Box Series Push Button & Key Switch Consoles provide a simple, cost-effective door control solution. The units are designed to be easily mounted under a desk, counter or on a wall and limit access to secured areas - or in the case of the 5246 Series - those personnel with a key. The Mini Box Series Push Button & Key Switch Consoles are ideal for controlling single or multiple door access into buildings with electromagnetic locks or strikes. A 5236 Series unit provides push button operation of one to three doors. A 5246 Series unit incorporates a key and up to four push buttons for door and other access control device operations. The key on the 5246 Series can be used for a variety of applications including shunting alarms or resetting delayed egress controls and day/night control of automatic door operators. Optional LED indicators may be used in combination with push buttons to indicate door status or key switch position (on/off). Multiple key switches, push buttons and LEDs are available to meet specific applications requirements. Double pole throw switches may be substituted instead of standard single pole switches, and maintained push buttons or toggle switches may also be substituted in place of momentary push buttons. For more information on Dortronics extensive line of access control products, call toll free 1-800-906-0137, e-mail email@example.com or visit their web site www.dortronics.com. Dortronics Systems, Inc. is the industry's "quick-ship" supplier of standard and custom finish access control products including electromagnetic locks; power supplies; key switch controls; pushbutton controls; digital keypad controls; delayed egress controls; annunciators and controllers; high security locks; motion sensing door releases; and emergency pull stations.