Doors in emergency exits are subject to many different requirements. SafeRoute offers comprehensive functions and options for securing emergency exits, which is why it features a flexible and modular design.
As the control and monitoring panel (master) of the SafeRoute system, the SCU-UP emergency button fulfils the requirements of BS EN 13637 and the EltVTR (German directive for electrical locking systems on escape route doors) in combination with a key switch, an electrical locking device and a licence card. An SCU-UP without a licence card can be integrated as an additional emergency button into an emergency exit system as a slave. The integrated light ring provides information on the status at all times.
- Integrated emergency button with signal ring for status indication
- Greater flexibility thanks to a new licensing model
- Multi-colour LED signal ring for status indication
- Non-locking emergency button
- Audible and visual alarm
- Wired with just four leads using the DCW® system bus
- Fulfils the requirements of the EltVTR (German directive for electrical locking systems on escape route doors) and BS EN 13637
The SCU as a control and monitoring centre
The SCU control unit is connected to the control and monitoring centre (master) through the licence card. Each SCU features a contact for connection of a hazard alert panel and/or fire alarm panel or smoke detector for emergency release.
External sensors/actuators can be integrated using additional inputs and outputs. Optional dormakaba DCW® components can be used to expand the functionality of a SafeRoute system as needed.
The SCU in use as an emergency button:
If being used without an SLI licence card, the SCU-UP functions as an additional emergency button for connection to SafeRoute control units using the DCW® system bus.
Intelligent light ring display
The 8-LED light ring display arranged around the emergency button simplifies the installation and commissioning of the system.
Differentiated visual support improves service quality through easy identification of the system status and alarm indications.
Standard-compliant, reliable and a safe investment
The new electronic emergency exit and escape route security system makes it possible to protect the door against unauthorised use and misuse without violating any building rules in the process. SafeRoute fulfils the requirements of the EltVTR (German directive for electrical locking systems on escape route doors) and BS EN 13637 and can thus be used across Europe.
Greater flexibility thanks to a new licensing model
SafeRoute consistently adapts itself to its usage conditions. Benefit from the new licensing model (Mini, Basic, Standard or Premium), where you only pay for the functions you actually need. If necessary, the system can be upgraded with additional functions at any time through licence expansion. The existing hardware remains unchanged.