Safety That Saves Lives and Protects Property
Why is Emergency Exit Door important?
- By keeping the Emergency Exit Doors (EED) closed, it is ensured that the fire escape routes are smoke-free zones.
- In case of possible Fires, it prevents Oxygen from reaching the fire, which will increase the severity of the fire.
- According to the law, it cannot be kept under lock and key for the evacuation of users at any time, it must be opened without any obstacles when the Panic Bar is pressed.
- It is also the easiest way to get to the exit, naturally, the entrance, without obstacles. However, it is the most suitable area for entry in security threats such as theft and sabotage.
What does our EED Module do?
EED Control Systems is a software system programmed to give warnings developed to eliminate the security problem caused by emergency exit doors in your buildings.
You can use it to manage all emergency exit doors.
The system basically allows it to alert the relevant officers with a strong audible warning and with a visual warning screen when emergency exit doors that should remain closed remain open in unusual situations. In this way, by checking all the doors in the facility for any security violations, you eliminate the dangerous risks that may occur in such areas.
- We are using Lo-Ra (Long Range) wireless technology for communication.
- Although the communication distance between the modules might be different depending upon the building conditions and the density of RF wave, the average distance is between (2-3 km) for horizontal positions and (500 m- 1 km) inside the vertical building.
- The device is connected to the emergency escape doors, and it can understand the open/closed condition of the door through the hall-effect sensor embedded within the door.
- The device operates as a fully-modular device, and ensures the communication between the nodes automatically thanks to the internal artificial intelligence.
- All installed devices are in communication with each other, so that the distance between the first communication point and the output device can be extended by adding signal amplifiers or new nodes.
- The device operates with a 5V1A adapter. In sleep mode, the current using by the device is approximately 10 mA. The device consumes 0.5 W power in sleep mode. The standard power consumption is ~4Watts.
- Thanks to the internal RF Cage, the device protects itself against the Microwave signals in the external environment as much as possible, and the interference is minimized.
- The exchange of data between the devices is encrypted against external interference.
- Upon request, a 2000 mAh li-ion battery and charging integration can be included in the device to ensure uninterrupted communication.
- There is a 1.44” LCD screen on the main display module of the device. All information specific to the complex can be displayed on the LCD screen, together with the communication indicator and the open/closed condition of the doors.
- Each device is delivered with a 4dB sma connector antenna.
- There is an active buzzer inside the device, which is triggered by a 3.3V logic signal, with a high decibel value. This buzzer will transmit a warning when the connected door is open. The same warning will be also transmitted in the Receiver module where the signal has been transmitted.