The new Series 2670 Exist Alarm Lock provides secure protection through a large stainless steel deadbolt, which is 2" x 1/2" (51mm x 13mm) and has over a 3/4" (19mm) throw. The engagement area into the strike is over 1-1/4 (32mm) square inches. The cast aluminum latch case protects the internal mechanism and resists tampering or vandalism from inside the door. This unit has been tested to withstand up to 1600 pounds of static load force against the door.
GUARD-X does not allow relatching or resetting the alarm after an unauthorized exit, other than by an authorized person with a key. A 100-decibel alarm provides a clear, attention-getting warning for an unauthorized exit or attempted exit. The armed indicator light informs the owner that the alarm is armed, and an audible low-battery alert signals the owner to replace the battery when necessary.
Operation and Outside Trim
GUARD-X is armed and disarmed by key, using a standard rim cylinder. For owner convenience, it can be operated from the building exterior by a standard rim cylinder, so an authorized user can easily arm and disarm it to enter or exit the building when required. When using exterior operation, a pull trim is recommended, use 210DT or 230DT. Rim cylinders are not furnished and must be ordered separately.
A standard 9-volt battery powers the alarm. An exterior 9-volt power
supply is available, Model PT-790, a 120VAC plug-in. When using
the external power supply, the 9-volt battery functions as a battery
backup during a power failure.
Touchbar height to finished floor: 40˝ (1016mm) at center
Door width range: 36˝ (914mm) to 48˝ (1219mm)
Touchbar projection neutral 4-1/8˝ (103mm), depressed 2-3/4˝ (70mm)
Latch case housing 7˝ (179mm) x 4-1/16˝ (103mm) x 4-1/8˝ (105mm)
Device length 32-1/2˝ (826mm)
FinishesUS28 (Aluminum), 313AN (Duranodic Brown), 315AN (Black)
Model: Von Duprin 2670 includes strike, screw pack and battery
GUARD-X complies with the NFPA 101? Life Safety Code ?the actuating
portion of which extends across at least one half of the door leaf.? It is UL listed for Panic Exit Hardware (UL305) including the ends of the crossbar or push pad shall curve, guard, or are otherwise designed to prevent catching on the clothing of persons during exit? for use on Emergency Exit applications, and tested in accordance to ANSI A156.3 Grade 1 Panic Hardware (250,000 cycles).