SDC's AUTO series operators can power all of SDC's motorized ELR products.
Why should you care?
AUTO series operators eliminates the need for a separate power supply to power latch retraction products with it's own built in 1 Amp+ power supply!
Since 2012, when SDC launched the QuietDuo™ LR100 series – the first retrofit motorized ELR kits to convert mechanical exit devices – we’ve been “quietly” leading in electric latch retraction upgrades for access control.
SDC now provides these same high performing motorized ELR features in the new American Made S5000 series storefront and S4000 series industrial electrified exit devices.
The new electrified devices, in addition to the existing LR100 series retrofit ELR kits and 7600 series motorized ELR mortise locks are conveniently compatible with low energy operators including SDC's AUTO series.
Highlights of our AUTO series operators include:
- Built-in 1 Amp+ power supply
- Single-button, self-tuning setup
- Onboard lock sequencing
SDC’s approach to exit devices is focused on providing locksmiths, dealers and integrators with opportunities in retrofitting existing mechanical devices to electronic – for integration into access control systems while maintaining security, fire and life safety compliance in a cost-effective manner.
A: The golf course. Jake and Dalton Geringer represented SDC at last week’s IML Security Supply’s Golf Tournament in Utah, where a good time was had by all. May the fores be with you boys.
Last Friday, prior to the Memorial Day Holiday, SDC held a company-wide event in the parking lot - our first since the pandemic lockdowns of 2020. What a joy! In addition to sharing savory SoCal food - street tacos, rice, beans, guacamole, chips & salsa - there were a variety of lip-smacking deserts for all.
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No Classroom Security Solution Is Complete Unless It Also Addresses Life Safety. For example, fire is statistically more than three times likely to happen than an active shooter situation in a school*. School administrators considering security, risk mitigation and liability should only consider traditional, tested, locking products that meet the code requirements for providing life safety in addition to security.