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Seco-Larm introduces new “no-touch” request-to-exit plate

The Enforcer "no-touch" request-to-exit sensor is now available in a white décor-style single-gang wall plate (SD-927PWCQ). This sensor uses reliable IR technology to request egress from a protected area, or activate a device with the simple wave of a hand.


August 10, 2009
By Canadian Security

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Since no touch is required, the risk of cross-contamination is reduced, making the sensor ideal for use in places like hospitals, clean rooms, schools, and offices.


The SD-927PWCQ includes English and Spanish instruction decals "no touch" and "sin conacto". And the sensor can be left blank for a more attractive installation.

Other features include a 2" (5cm) sensing range, a three A relay, and an illuminated sensor area that changes colour from red to green when activated.

Two other models of Enforcer "no-touch" sensor are available in stainless-steel, single-gang size, the SD-927PKC-NEQ with printed English instructions, and the SD-927PKC-NSQ with printed Spanish instructions.

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