Escape route system SafeRoute
The intelligent way
Thought about everything. Made for everyone.
The new, efficient escape route system SafeRoute represents a whole new form of flexibility and planning security.
Whether it’s an emergency exit or an escape route, regulated access times or an airlock function, the SafeRoute emergency exit and escape route system makes it possible to intelligently integrate various, often conflicting requirements for doors.
With its innovative and reliable solutions, SafeRoute impresses not only fire brigade, police and building supervision, but also planners, architects, installers, dealers and building operators have numerous benefits.
The advantages at a glance:
- More flexibility through new license model without subscription
- Planning security through largely identical hardware
- Easy wiring via advanced DCW® system bus
- Flexible conversion and retrofitting by licence extension
- Intelligent LED ring display: simplifies installation and commissioning, improves service quality due to easy recognition of system status or errors
- Uncomplicated alarm reset by non-latching emergency button
- Power supply possible anywhere in the system
- Robust housing frame in XEA design made of light metal
- Available in many color popular colours
- Certified accordig to EltVTR
- Complies to EN 13637 an all requested features
Planning, installation and commissioning – simple and secure
SafeRoute has been developed with simple planning and commissioning in mind. The range of functions for each SafeRoute system can be individually determined through the licence card selected, while the hardware remains largely identical and can therefore be planned very efficiently.
Openly controlled in case of alarms
In cases of alarms or danger, an individual escape route door or a group of doors is unlocked via the emergency button or an external alarm system (smoke detector). The alarm is signalled visually and audibly and if necessary can also be forwarded to higher-level building technology.
Lock entrances securely SafeRoute
systems automatically lock escape route doors after authorised access. If re-locking is not possible, the open door monitoring will send out an alarm.
In its simplest version, authorised access is granted by unlocking with the key switch from inside. Depending on the licence, there are up to three possibilities of unlocking:
- Temporary unlocking for quick movement (locked again after 3-180 seconds)
- Long-term unlocking (locked again after 3-120 minutes)
- Permanent unlocking
Everyday convenience function:“automated door opening”
With an additional revolving door drive a self-locking motorised panic lock, an escape route door secured with SafeRoute can automatically open after activation or controlled depending on the time of day.
- Comfort in daily operation
- Barrier-free escape routes with “automated door opening”
Escape routes – from simple to complex
Depending on the licence chosen, additional functions and complex escape routes can also be realised.
Network controlled and monitored
All escape route doors monitored with SafeRoute can be networked via the LON and LAN defaults even over long distances, and centrally monitored and controlled with the TMS SoftR door management software. The interfaces for OPC and ESPA allow for integration into existing building management systems.
SafeRoute escape route system in XEA design
SafeRoute has an excellent design that literally opens doors: The SafeRoute STL-G door terminal can not only be used as a design element, but can also be easily combined with other dormakaba products of the same XEA design, such as door fittings, door closers or . Thanks to its numerous color and surface variants, you have all the individualization options you need and are as flexible as you like, also from an aesthetic point of view.
System solutions from the area Escape route system SafeRoute
For as low a risk as possible, we need reliability
Between two operating room doors, an airlock area needs to be installed. Alongside escape route security, the airlock to the operating room requires a time delay whereby the
air within the airlock area can be reliably decontaminated.
Two doors as an airlock with access control and DCW® key switch, plus ED 100/250, SVP 2000 DCW® and OGRO lever handle set in accordance with EN 179. Can be used with application: SLI-A Interlock.
Intelligent networking means keeping the big picture in sight
In an airport building, four doors need to be furnished with an emergency exit and escape route system. Each door should be individually operable. Due to the higher economy compared to four standard individual systems, multi-door control is used.
Four doors controlled via the multi-door switchboard with SVP 2000 DCW® and TS 98 XEA, as well as PHA 2501 panic bars. Can be used with application: multi-door control.
A door with a versatile nature
At nursery schools, entry doors with higher footfall have to be fitted with escape route security. The system should have a time control so that the door is only freely accessible at certain times.
The SafeRoute system with SVP 2000 DCW® and ED 100/250, plus an OGRO lever/knob handle set in accordance with EN 179. DCW® key switches integrated in the flush-mounted terminal and on the outer-side of the door.
Our way to wisely invest in security
In a business, a single door with low footfall should be furnished with an emergency exit and escape route system which can function quickly and safely in case of emergency and protect the door against misuse on a day-today basis.
SafeRoute escape route security with TS 98 XEA, mechanical SVP 5000 emergency-escape lock and OGRO lever/knob handle set in accordance with EN 179.
Escape route system SafeRoute in application
Brochures about Escape route system SafeRoute
SafeRoute - The intelligent way - Brochure EN
SafeRoute - emergency exit and escape route system
SafeRoute - The intelligent way - Factsheet EN
SafeRoute - Everything is possible – thanks to a licence. - Factsheet EN
SafeRoute does more than you’d expect. The innovative emergency exit and escape route system from dormakaba is logically tailored to its conditions of use.