ED50/100/250 Surface Applied Swing Door Operators
One ED Header - Intelligence and beauty in one narrow package
dormakaba offers the first truly integrated swing door operator. The drive system, control unit, power supply, and user interface are all designed to work as One System, not as separate operating parts.
- Integrated hardware power supply and relay, allowing for seamless control of security hardware.
- Built-in door position status, indicating door open or door closed.
- Close and latch in case of power loss (adjustable closing speed on loss of power).
- Hardware pre-load functionality for reliable operation.
- Built-in interface for connection to any access control system.
The ED50 low energy operator is the perfect solution for barrier-free access applications. Simple and easy to install, the ED50 provides many features and functions to make existing doors easily accessible. Every ED50 unit is custom-ordered to match the application. All common applications for outswing and inswing doors—either with push arm or slide track arm for tight side clearance —can be adapted for barrier-free access.
The ED100 functions as either a low energy operator or a power operated pedestrian unit and can be modified with the flip of a switch. These complete factory-engineered door systems meet all of the stringent requirements of ANSI 156.10, ANSI 156.19, and UL325, as well as NFPA 252 90-minute fire rating when used with rated doors and hardware.
The ED100 operator is ideal for ADA-compliant entrance applications. With a multitude of adjustable features, you have the flexibility to fine tune the door to meet your specific needs—all without the need for special tools or hand-held programming terminals.
The ED250 full power operator is designed for demanding applications such as retail centers, airports, and health care facilities. Engineered for high traffic entrances and heavy-duty applications, the ED250 can handle doors up to 600 lb per door leaf.
ED250 operators are tested for one million cycles in climate-controlled test chambers that replicate severe weather conditions. A built-in power boost helps keep the door closed even when it is exposed to high wind or stack pressure buildup.