Dortronics expands upon flexibility of electronic time delay lineup

Las Vegas , NV (April 2, 2008) – The most recent introduction to Dortronics' comprehensive line of electronic time delay devices was presented today at ISC West 2008. The new ETR-Timer is an expanded version of the ET Timer Delay and can be added as an option to many of the popular Dortronics push buttons and sounders.

“The ETR-Timer is a practical, cost-effective solution as access requirements become more demanding,” said Bryan Sanderford, National Sales Manager, Dortronics Systems, Inc. “The ETR-Timer meets the code requirement for a true fail-safe lock timer and provides a fixed or adjustable timing for most access control systems.”

The new Dortronics ETR-Timers are powered from a 12 to 24 volt DC supply requiring only 0.05 amps. They can be triggered from either a normally open or a normally closed momentary dry contact or by switching the trigger input to the power source ground.

The ETR-Timer meets NFPA requirements by providing a field adjustable time delay of 1-60 seconds, or can be adjusted at the factory to a fixed 30 second delay. Their unique design protects the timing circuit against spikes and surges produced by strikes and solenoids that may be operated by the timer.

For more information on Dortronics' extensive line of access control products call toll free 1-800-906-0137, e-mail sales@dortronics.com or visit their web site www.dortronics.com .

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