BEA MAGIC SWITCH® Family: utilizes proven microwave motion technology to ensure consistent, dependable touchless activation and can be adjusted to comply with the ANSI 156.10 knowing act standard.
The MS31 detects moving objects such as a hand, cart or wheelchair and reduces touchpoints in high traffic areas commonly found in shopping and transportation centers. Applications requiring hygienic activation include hospitals, pharmacies, clean rooms and foodservice facilities.
Adjustable Detection Zone: Detection zone from 4 to 24 inches (timed or toggle).
Adjustable LED Setting: Dipswitch position determines if LED illuminated when in detection or when not in detection.
Silent Activation: Silent activation for hospitals and other noise-sensitive environments.
Durable Design: IP54 rated enclosure for protection against outdoor weathering and daily cleaning.
Various Faceplates Available: Available in black, gray and white faceplate; options include jamb style, single-gang, double-gang and 6 inch round.
Applications: Full Energy Swing Doors, Low Energy Swing Doors, Industrial Doors, & Healthcare Environments.
Technology: Microwave Doppler Radar.
Radiated Frequency: 24.125 GHz.
Radiated Power Density: < 5 mW / cm².
Detection Mode: Motion (bidirectional).
Detection Range: 4 – 24" (adjustable).
Output: Relay with switch-over contact (voltage-free).
Max. Contact Voltage: 60 VDC / 125 VAC.
Max. Contact Current: 1 A (resistive).
Max. Switching Power: 30 W (DC) / 60 VA (AC).
Output Hold Time: 0.5 – 30 s.
Supply Frequency: 50 – 60 Hz.
Supply Voltage: 12 – 24 VAC ± 10%, 12 – 24 VDC + 30% / - 10%.
Power Consumption: < 1.5 W.
Weight: 0.34 lbs.
Material: PC, PE.
Temperature Range: - 4 – 131 °F (- 20 – 55 °C).
IP Rating: IP54.
Single Gang: 4-1/2" (H) x 2-3/4" (W) x 1/4" (T).
Jamb Plate: 4-1/2" (H) x 1-3/4" (W) x 1/4" (T).
Double Gang: 4-1/2" (H) x 4-1/2" (W) x 1/4" (T).
Round Plate: 6" (D) x 1/4" (T).
Category: Access Control, Access Management, Hardwired
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