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Dortronics exhibits its new 4300 Series of low cost door control solution at ASIS 2011
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Dortronics exhibits its new 4300 Series of low cost door control solution at ASIS 2011

The new 4300 Series is a cost-effective control solution for standard two door applications
Dortronics also unveiled electronic USB product brochure for door interlock and mantrap control applications

At ASIS 2011 conference and tradeshow, Dortronics Systems, Inc. featured its latest product and support solutions. The company showcased their new 4300 Series, a low cost control solution for standard two door applications, and a newly developed electronic USB product brochure that provides a convenient reference to help guide integrators in selecting the best product solution for door interlock and mantrap control applications.

"Our legacy of innovative, high quality access control products is enhanced by these additions," said Bryan Sanderford, National Sales Manager, Dortronics Systems, Inc. "It's the next step in bringing our industry leading solutions to a wider audience."

The 4300 Series is a cost effective and convenient way to control two interlocked doors. Suitable for air locks or security man traps, the 4300 Series also provides outputs for traffic lights, forced doors and an emergency panic release input.

Dortronics Systems Inc. also debuted its USB packaged brochure at ASIS featuring the full line of door interlock and mantrap control products including the 4300, 4700 and 4900 series along with the 5277 series of illuminated door control switches, plus basic system drawings and operation and a checklist for system configuration.


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