SECO-LARM No Touch Request-to-Exit Sensor

Irvine, Calif.-based SECO-LARM’s SD-927PKC-NEQ No Touch Request-to-Exit Sensor uses IR technology to open a door or activate a device with a trigger distance up to 4 inches.

The SPDT 3A relay connects to electromagnetic door locks, door openers, or other access devices to allow entry into or exit from an area.

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