BR3-X: provides both simple and advanced logic controls.
Functions include: timer, ratchet / latching, inhibitor, 2 relay sequencer + inhibitor, 2 relay sequencer + door position deactivation timer, 3 relay sequencer + “ 1-shot ”, 3 relay sequencer with “independent relay”, interlock timer, interlock ratchet / latching, 2 way 2 relay sequence, normally locked restroom, normally unlocked restroom, 3 relay sequencer + “day / night mode”.
Common uses for the BR3-X include automatic pedestrian doors, access control, industrial automation and single-occupancy restrooms.
Customizable: Versatility with 13 programmable logic functions for the BR3-X.
Intuitive Programming: Two-button programming combined with dual seven-segment display provides simple setup.
Integrated Relays: Two 3-AMP relays and one 1-AMP relay, all with built-in surge suppression, eliminates the need for external components when installing some electric locking devices.
On-Board Power: WET output with AC / DC voltage for powering an electric locking device directly from the module.
Applications: Sliding, Swinging, Gates & Barriers, Request-To-Exit, Low Energy, Restroom Emergency, & Day / Night Mode.
Supply Voltage: 12 – 24 VAC / VDC ± 10%.
Power Consumption: 30 – 130 mA; DRY Output.
Temperature Range: - 15 – 150 °F.
Dimensions (W x H x D): 5-1/5" x 1" x 2-1/5".
Relay Hold Time: Up to 60 seconds per relay.
Delay Between Relays: Up to 60 seconds per relay with 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4 second options.
Housing Material: ABS Plastic.
Inputs 1, 2, 3, 4: DRY contact.
WET Input: 5 – 24 VAC / VDC ± 10%.
Relay 1 (DRY): 3 A @ 24 VAC / 30 VDC.
Relay 1 (WET): 1 A.
Relay 2: 3 A @ 24 VAC / 30 VDC.
Relay 3: 1 A @ 24 VAC / 30 VDC.
Category: Access Control, Access Management, Hardwired
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