This trim by Cal Royal is designed to work with the CR 9800 series panic bars. The 9800NL is a handled trim that allows entry through the door from the outside. Comes standard in a brush chrome finish.
This CR 9800 trim is designed to be used with a CR 9800 panic bar. This dummy trim allows access from the outside, but only once the door is unlocked from the inside. Comes standard in brushed chrome finish.
The Cal Royal ESC 2200 Lever Panic Bar Trim is an external hardware for a door or gate that allows access through the door or gate from the outside. This works when paired with a Cal Royal 2200 series crash bar on the inside.
The Cal Royal 2200DTP is a blank or dummy pull trim that will allow access through the outside of a door as long as it is unlocked from the inside. This exit trim is meant to be used with a CR 2200 series panic bar from Cal Royal.
The CR 2200EOP is a blank plate trim designed for use on the outside of a door with a Cal Royal 2200 series panic bar on the inside. This trim does not allow access from the outside.
Fire exit panic alarms are used to safely secure emergency exit doors commonly found in businesses, public buildings, hospitals, restaurants and hotels.
This is accomplished by having an alarm feature as part of the locking mechanism. The panic door hardware alarm is generally powered by a 9-volt battery. A lock cylinder within the panic bar is used to turn the alarm on and off. When turning on the alarm feature, there is typically a delay of around 15 seconds. The purpose of this delay is that it allows you to turn on the alarm and exit through the door without activating the alarm.
The alarm is activated when someone pushes on the bar attempting to use the door as a way to exit a building. Once the alarm is tripped, it will continue to sound until it is either turned off with a key or consumes all of the power from the 9-volt battery. When the alarm is turned off, the alarm will not sound again until the alarm is reset by turning the key to the “On” position and waiting for the completion of the 15-second delay.
Fire exit panic alarms are available using a self-latching feature that is part
of most panic hardware. Pushing on the bar will open the door and set off the
alarm simultaneously. When the door closes it will re-latch, securing it from
unauthorized entry. The alarm will remain sounding until it is reset with a key.
Deadbolt Style Panic Bar Alarms
Deadbolt style panic alarms are also available. With this type of alarm, one is
able to exit through the door by pushing on the panic bar, retracting the
deadbolt and sounding the alarm. This alarm also needs to be shut off with a
key. The difference with this style is that the door does not relock upon
closing. There will be outside access until the door is secured by extending the
deadbolt into the locked position and resetting the alarm. The deadbolt style
panic alarm provides more security over the self-latching panic bar. One needs
to choose the device that best suits the opening.
Keep in mind, whichever style you choose, your local building and fire
inspectors have the final word for the style that meets your local code