Quick Overview
Product Overview
BEA® Filler Bar 10-1/2in L x 1/2in D x 3/4in W for UL Maglocks 3UL/1UL
Product Overview
BR2-900: is a 2-relay logic module with built-in 900 MHz wireless technology. Designed to provide wireless MC25 functionality, it is ideal for applications requiring sequencing of electric locking devices and automatic door activation.
Additionally, Day / Night Mode on the BR2-900’s wireless receiver enables the user to designate “secure” or “unsecure” access for controlled entry points. Push plates with wireless transmitters can be programmed to operate during specific time periods (controlled via DRY Day / Night Input).
The BR2-900’s Universal Mode, an industry first, allows prelearned 900 MHZ UNIVERSAL TRANSMITTER to function directly out of the programming required, saving time and enhancing accessibility.
The BR2-900 is compatible with all existing BEA 900 MHz transmitters and devices, plus the 900 MHZ UNIVERSAL TRANSMITTER.

Main Features
Flexible: Sequenced or simultaneous relay activation for application flexibility.
Convenient: 2-AMP relays allow the direct release of an electric locking device wirelessly, eliminating the need for a separate logic module or isolation relay.
Feature Rich: Extended Hold Mode allows wireless push plates to function like hardwired push plates (if push plate is held, relay does not time out).
Saves Time And Money: Wireless functionality eliminates the need to run input wires directly to the logic module, saving both time and money.
Applications: Wireless MC25, Wireless Day / Night Mode, Wireless Actuators, Multiple Doors Per Transmitter, Limited Mobility, Wireless Sequencing, Retrofit Applications, Universal Mode.

Supply Voltage: 12 – 24 VAC / VDC ± 10%.
Current Consumption: 45 mA DC; 75 mA AC.
Frequency: 908 – 918 MHz (frequency hooping).
Emitted Radio Power: - 25 dBm (TX).
Power Consumption: 0.5 – 1.5 W.
Programmable Transmitters Per Receiver: 75 (unlimited for 900 MHz UNIVERSAL TRANSMITTER).
Temperature Rating: - 22 – 158 °F (- 30 – 70 °C).
Day / Night (24 hr): DRY contact.
AUX: DRY contact.
Contact Rating: Relay 1 DPDT / Relay 2 DPDT 2 A @ 30 VDC or 2 A @ 24 VAC.
Blue: Relay 1 Activation.
White: Relay 2 Activation.
Red: Radio Frequency / Learn.
Tri-color: Signal Strength.
Certification: FCC, IC.
Dimensions (W x H x D): 5-1/5" x 1" x 2-1/5".
Housing: ABS (white translucent).

General Information
Category: Access Control, Access Management, Hardwired

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