Recent radical revolutions in the built environment has placed System 20 from Record (UK) at the forefront of development when it comes to the use of advanced electronics for entrances to publically accessible properties.
System 20 can be applied to any configuration of entrance across the Record (UK) range, including straight sliding, telescopic, curved and angular. System 20 also offers peace of mind through its sophisticated design and compatibility with the most sensitive sensor systems.
One example of Records innovative product portfolio that can be employed in combination with System 20 is the RIC 290 sensor, which utilises microwave radar and infra-red technology to communicate with a door control device. There is also the optical module which will detect the presence of people, featuring twin infra-red light curtains to continually monitor the immediate door area. Its convex lens system means it is able to analyse each point of light individually to identify and eliminate stationary objects in the door area.
System 20 doors are already being successfully utilised for commercial and public applications such as hospitals, hotels and offices. An additional advantage to their specification being that they can be linked to a buildings central security network or BMS.
By choosing System 20, the specifier can be assured that if maintenance or immediate attention is required, record offers a reactive, round the clock repair service. Record 247 is staffed by engineers throughout the country, able to attend to doors of all types, usually on the same day. They stock common parts in their vans to ensure that any repair work can be undertaken in just one convenient visit.
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