Wireless Exit Stopper by STI

April 5, 2011
Increase the security of your fire and emergency doors.

The Wireless Exit Stopper sounds an alert if a fire or emergency door is opened.

It emits an ear-piercing alarm (95 or 105 dB) for 30 seconds, 3 minutes, or continuously when activated. A radio signal alerts a receiver up to 1,000 feet away that it has been triggered.

The alarm is also available in annunciator mode, which announces door entry with a set of 10 beeps and then resets. A key operated override will silence the alarm for authorized exits. 

For more information, visit www.sti-usa.com 

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