Schlage Electronic Access and Releasing Request-to-exit Devices 672 TouchBar with "PUSH TO EXIT" Signage
Schlage® request-to-exit devices are used on access controlled egress doors to ensure occupants are able to safely exit any building or facility. Code requires that the locking mechanism on these doors can be released by a motion sensor detecting an approaching individual, a clearly marked push button, a loss of power or by activation of the building fire alarm/sprinkler/smoke detection system, if the building is equipped with one. It is important to confirm with the local authority having jurisdiction, or AHJ, that access controlled egress doors are permitted, as well as specific code requirements for that particular geographical location.
Allegion offers a full portfolio of request-to-exit devices to meet the specific needs of your application.
Allegion’s varied portfolio of system accessories permits the customization of any opening to meet specific security and safety concerns. Schlage system accessories include a variety of devices that easily integrate with most existing security systems to enable specific functionality whether in standalone applications or as part of networked access control systems. Allegion’s broad accessories offering includes pushbuttons, key switches, request to exit devices, monitoring stations & consoles, exit sensors, electric horns and more; all of which help to reduce the complexity of securing a facility.
Allegion offers a full portfolio of request-to-exit devices to meet the specific needs of your application. We make it easy to find the right product for any application with a variety of tools such as data sheets and wiring diagrams. System design can be one of the most challenging parts of any project. Our local sales representatives and spec writers are available to assist you with product application and code compliance.
The 672 TouchBar is a request-to-exit device which releases electromagnetic or electronic locks when the bar is depressed. Designed for easy installation, smooth operation and maximum durability, the 672 TouchBar offers unmatched features and user benefits.
The “PUSH TO EXIT” signage provides an obvious exit indication for building occupants and the simplified design allows for reversing the signage in the field. The new pivoting bar design allows 1⁄4" activation and the 2 1⁄4" low profile provides ample clearance through the door - notably less than others in the industry.
The 672 TouchBar request-to-exit device is easy to install and simple to wire. The device’s rugged cast ramped end caps deflect blows and provide extra durability.
- 1⁄4" Movement activates immediate release
- DPDT (standard)
672 Series TouchBar
- Releases electromagnetic or electronic locks when bar is depressed
- “PUSH TO EXIT” signage provides obvious exit indication
- Pivoting bar design allows 1/4” activation
- Low profile provides ample clearance through the door
- Heavy-duty aluminum extrusion with powder coat cast metal end caps for maximum durability
- Field-reversible, field-sized
- Quick installation brackets/universal mounting system for aluminum, hollow metal and wood doors
- Heavy-duty aluminum extrusion with powder coat cast metal end caps - maximum durability
- Field reversible, field sized
- Quick install brackets / universal mounting system for aluminum, hollow metal and wood doors
- Low profile for greater clearance through door
- “PUSH TO EXIT” signage designates opening
- Glow in the Dark (GID) “PUSH TO EXIT” option
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