Product No. 1320D
Electric Latch Release, Dogging, Hardwired with Battery Back-up
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Electric Latch Release, Dogging,  Hardwired & Battery Back-up


  • When locked, the patented interlocking latch and strike provide maximum security by forming a grip which can withstand any force, abuse, or jimmying. Mode of failure is shearing of the mounting screws at approximately 2000 lbs.
  • The strike and latch are investment-cast stainless steel heat treated and tempered to Rockwell C 43, having approximate tensile strength of 200,000 P.S.I.
  • Device includes a dual-voltage (12 VDC or 24 VDC) continuous-duty solenoid to provide remote unlock for entry control.
  • Current of less than 800 ma for 12 VDC or 400 ma for 24 VDC is required to unlock device to dog it unlocked.  Fire rated devices must be powered through contact of a fire-alarm system relay.
  • The alarm with a penetrating 2,900 HZ sound @ 107 dBA will alert the building owner to an unauthorized exit.
  • Alarm is operated by a 10-26 VDC with a 9 volt battery back-up, and an audible chirp as the low battery indicator. No tools are required for battery maintenance only the alarm key is needed.
  • Red flashing LED while activated, and an audible signal upon activation.
  • Optional Signal Switches for 'Request to Exit' applications, remote signaling devices, and remote signal during unauthorized egress.
  • Cam lock dogging for outside entry.
  • Devices are non-handed, and easy to install on all types of doors, including 2" narrow stile aluminum.
  • 36" Devices can be field-cut to 31-1/2" door widths.
  • 48" Devices can be field-cut to 37-1/2" door widths.
  • Available in US28, 313, & Red Powder Coated.


  • UL certified ANSI/BHMA A156.3-2008, Grade 1
  • UL Listed Panic Hardware
  • Conforms to Positive Pressure Standards UL 10C & UBC 7-2
  • Accepted by NYC MEA 337-92M
  • ADA compliant

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