ADR – Loop Powered Fire Door Holder

Features

  • Loop powered addressable door retainer requiring no separate I/O, mains power or additional cabling to install
  • Charged from the fire alarm loop with isolator incorporated and no batteries to change
  • Uniquely addressed on XP95 systems to aid evacuation by enhancing programming control over hold/release states
  • Third party certified to EN54-17 and EN54-18 for use in fire alarm systems. Also approved to EN1155 as a hold-open device

Description

Electromagnetic fire door retainers allow fire doors to be legally held open in high foot traffic areas, reducing touchpoints and allowing access for all. When the fire alarm is active, fire doors can be released by the panel.

Conventional door retainers require separate connections to power and fire alarm system signals. By using the fire system to power the door holder, most of the installation labour is reduced and additional components such as power supplies or I/O devices are not required. 

Compatible with Apollo XP95 systems.

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 Accessories

Part Numbers

302-005


Description

All door retainers are supplied as standard with the flexible keeper plate. However, for applications where the door does not reach the wall, the chain keeper comes with 1 metre of chain to facilitate a wider range of mounting options.

Part Numbers

302-006


Description

All door retainers are supplied as standard with the flexible keeper plate. However, for narrow corridors, the low profile keeper plate can allow the door to sit closer to the wall.

Part Numbers

302-007


Description

All door retainers are supplied as standard with the flexible keeper plate. If spares or replacements are required, they are available separately. 

Part Numbers

302-022


Description

To facilitate mounting a wall mounted door retainer to the floor, the floor mounting bracket accessory contains pre drilled holes for all Cranford door retainer variants. 

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