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Camden CX-33 advanced logic door controller now comes with "Lock Down" operating mode

Published on 17 August, 2016
The CX-33 is also equipped with an additional output that can be used to energise a lock-down status LED indicator
Camden's CX-33 state-of-the-art door controller is designed for ‘universal’ operation in virtually any automatic door application

Camden Door Controls, a provider of high quality door activation and locking products, is pleased to announce it has enhanced its popular CX-33 advanced logic door controller with the addition of a built-in "Lock Down" operating mode.

This new feature will enable a designated (N/O) momentary emergency lock down switch, or switches, to disable automatic door activation switches while also locking electric strikes or magnetic locks to prevent entry to a building, area, or room under 'intruder' conditions. Lock down mode is reset with a separate (N/C) momentary push button or key switch. The CX-33 is also equipped with an additional output that can be used to energise a lock-down status LED indicator.

Universal door application

Camden's CX-33 state-of-the-art door controller is designed for ‘universal’ operation in virtually any automatic door application. Small enough to fit inside most door operator cases, it provides a large three segment LED and simple push buttons for the easiest programming, and supports illuminated signage in restroom applications. CX-33 is pre-programmed for interconnection with access control, fire alarm and telephone entry systems. CX-33 also leads the market with a range of exclusive operating features, including a telephone entry system interface and simultaneous connection of lock out relay and switching network functions.

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