No Touch Solutions – Hands Free Activation #117 Series
This product features a passive infrared exit switch which is designed to reliably release magnetic locks. It automatically cuts power to the lock, allowing the individual to exit without even realizing that the door is secured. This features two switches which are the F117, a 1-gang box, or the D117, a 2-gang-box.
No Touch Solutions – Hands Free Activation DREX #425
The DREX is a sophisticated and cost-effective request-to-exit device for all access control applications and an alternative to installing an exit button. Outstanding innovations such as X-Y targeting and Digital Signal Processing (DSP) implementation make the DREX the fastest and most reliable exit detector available.
Electromagnetic Locks – Safety in Residential and Commerical
Electric Strike Applications Infographic
There’s a special place in our hearts that is saved up for the love we have for electric strikes. We share with you some information we believe will help you understand the purpose of this device. Read more – Electric Strike Applications
Access Control Wiring Assistance
Maglocks and key switches can be a pain to wire together….Read more – Access Control Wiring Diagram
Become A DeltrexUSA Assosiate
Every DeltrexUSA product comes with a manufacturing guarantee up to 3 years. This ensures the highest quality and gives you peace of mind when installing our products…Read more – Become a DeltrexUSA Associate
The Intelligent Local Door Alarm By DeltrexUSA
What is it?
Our Intelligent Local Door Alarm or iLDA for short, is an innovative Bluetooth® enabled door alarm. The iLDA mounts into a standard two gang electrical box, powered from 10vdc-32vdc, has a built in 2.6” LCD showing various door conditions such as: Secured, Alarm, Held Open and others and uses the iButton digital key in lieu of traditional mechanical arm/disarm keys.
Shunt/Bypass/Silence and other features can be performed locally using the iButton, iPhone or remotely from any Access Control System (ACS). iLDA provides four dry relays programmed via onboard jumper to allow for supervision: NC, 1K, 1K/2K. There is no need for external EOL supervision resistors. Outputs are Bluetooth® programmed to provide conditions such as: Alarm, Shunt, Held Open and “Door Mimic” for which there is no need to drill the door’s frame for multiple Door Contacts (DC/DSM). iOS Bluetooth users are divided into two groups: Managers and Security officers, each with unique rights.
Flexible inputs allow for remote shunt, remote bypass, remote reset as well as “Lock Voltage Sense” for both Fail Safe and Fail Secure 12VDC/24VDC locks. Local built in Database allows for validating/invalidating over 50 “digital key” users.
The iLDA is available with or without LCD display. LCD allows integrators to enter 5 lines of text and/or their end user’s Logo. In addition to many other built in features, the iLDA can be custom programmed as per customer’s requirements.
We built a machine that puts our push plates to the test…[Update]
DeltrexUSA has crafted their own machine to test the longevity of their customized push plates. Our machine has pushed our product approximately 600,000 times!
Doors and Hardware Spotlight
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Locksmith Ledger Magazine Spotlight
Follow the link for the Locksmith Ledger magazine page that highlights our high quality products: https://goo.gl/ixMLgX
Opportunities in Access Control by Isac Tabib (Vice President of Technology)
The Vice President of DeltrexUSA, Isac Tabib, has published a second article in the April 2016 edition of the “Doors & Hardware” magazine. To read more about this, please download a copy of his article by clicking here.
The Case For Access Control by Isac Tabib (Vice President of Technology)
DeltrexUSA’s own “Vice President of Technology”, Isac Tabib, has published an article in the March 2016 edition of the “Doors & Hardware” magazine. His article elaborates on the access control systems and his goal to “make it a functional and compliant system, while reducing high maintenance costs for our customers and ourselves”. To read more about this, please click here or on the link provided below.