|Package Dimensions||15.49 x 8.38 x 4.83 cm; 181.44 Grams|
|Item Model Number||VIS-7000|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Item Weight||181 g|
Visionis VIS-7000 Indoor Green Square Request to Exit Button for Door Access Control with LED Light, NC, C and NO Outputs
|Price:||+ $8.71 Delivery|
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- Stainless-steel face-plate
- "PUSH TO EXIT" & "PRESIONE PARA SALIR" inserts included
- Fits into standard single-gang box, Large round green color push button
- Five colored, 12-inch, AWG 18 wire leads, Degree of Protection: IP-40
- LED: Yes, LED Life: 20000hours, Switch Material: Plastic, Switch Plate Material: Stainless Steel
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The Visionis 7000 is a standard sized push to exit button. Being one of the most popular exit buttons, it can be used in residential, commercial and industrial areas for all different types of applications. With the illuminated back light and stainless steel plate, it gives the exit button that much more of a presence and professional look. This exit button is for indoor use and can be used for multiple access control applications and DIY projects. Before purchasing, it is recommended that the customer checks with their local fire authority to see if there is any additional product they may need in order to comply with the local fire codes. We are not responsible for the improper installation of our product(s) or any type of fees that can be incurred by not complying with your local fire authority.
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Unfortunately it broke after 3 months of service. These are replacement switches. Since I haven’t replaced it yet I don’t really know if it’s the switch or wiring. Will find out soon. It’s in a laundromat and kids could have abused it also.
Reviewed in the United States on 4 July 2018