TV 100 / TV 100 DCW®
dormakaba TV 100 and TV 100 DCW® locking devices immediately unlock secured escape route doors on activation of an emergency pushbutton, in the event of an emergency and for authorised users. They are equipped with an electromechanical locking mechanism and provide jam-free unlocking irrespective of loads. Thanks to their attractive Contur design and easy installation in the door frame, TV 100 locking devices are also ideal for upgrading.
- Electromechanical locking
- Jam-free unlocking irrespective of loads
- Robust metal housing featuring the Contur design
- Various colours
- With DCW® bus technology
- Integrated monitoring contacts
Reliable locking and unlocking of escape route doors
TV 100 locking devices are used as locking elements in TMS escape route security system. They comply with the EltVTR (German directive for electrical locking systems on escape route doors) issued by the DIBt (German Institute for Civil Engineering).
Suitable for upgrading, also on fire and smoke control doors
TV 100 door locking devices are installed on the door frame and are therefore easy to upgrade. Thanks to an extensive range of accessories, they can also be installed on flush-closing doors and allow tolerance compensation. In addition, they are approved for installation on fire and smoke control doors.
Security with positive-driven monitoring
The system's integrated monitoring function detects the door status and the locking status of the TV locking device, and also provides anti-tamper monitoring. The system sends all information to the emergency exit control system.
TV 100 DCW® for more convenience
The DCW® system bus conveniently and quickly links the TV 100 DCW® and the TMS emergency exit control system. If required, analogue TV 100 locking devices can be linked to TMS systems with the aid of the TV DCW® adapter or the universal DCW® adapter.
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dormakaba India Private Limited
Mahindra World City, Plot No. 48/3, 8th Avenue, Anjur Village
603002 Chengalpattu District, India
Phone: 044 674 00 200