DORMA SVP / M-SVP Controls
The SVP and M-SVP controls allow to use the full functional range of DORMA motor locks. In addition to common control functions (short-term and permanent unlocking via access control or intercom systems), there are model-related additional functions such as the day latch function, the activation of automatic operators, a switching signal for alarm systems, the electrical switch-off of the access control system, an input for the building management system etc., and various monitoring/feedback options to indicate the locking status.
- Designed to control DORMA motor locks
- Monitoring of locking status (feedback)
- Ready for connection of automatic operators
- Version-related special functions
- Special functions such as timer functions, networking etc.
- Versions with or without power supply unit
SVP-S 2x DCW®
The motor lock control is required to operate SVP 2000 emergency escape motor locks and ready for connection of SVP 2000/4000/6000 in TMS building management systems. There are freely programmable inputs and outputs to realise functions such as feedbacks, integrated timer functions and LON/LAN networking. The system is available in different versions.
M-SVP-S 24 DCW®
The M-SVP-S 24 DCW® control unit is designed to operate M-SVP 2000 DCW® multi-point emergency escape motor locks. The control unit offers freely programmable inputs and outputs for unlocking functions (including day latch function) and monitoring/feedback purposes. The system comprises an integrated access control system, a timer and LON/LAN networking.
M-SVP 2000 control unit
The optional external control unit (surface-mounted) with power supply unit to operate M-SVP 2000 multi-point emergency escape locks. This unit is designed to replace the integrated control unit supplied with the respective lock. The system has inputs and outputs to activate unlocking functions (including day latch function) and for monitoring/feedback purposes.
M-SVP 3000 control unit
This surface-mounted control unit with power supply unit is designed to operate M-SVP 3000 multi-point emergency escape locks. There are inputs and outputs to activate unlocking functions and for monitoring/feedback purposes.