Self Resetting Emergency Exit System

£345.00 (Excl. 20% VAT)
Part No. RTE-EES

Combines both a ‘mushroom head’ request to exit button, and a stainless steel, illuminated emergency exit button.

Secured by Design tested and certified as a critical component part.

Requires SH-EES for surface housing, and FB-EES for flush mounting.

Designed to meet BS7273-4 Type A activation requirements, but using a timed automatic reset and not a mechanical reset.

NOTE: Replaces RTE14 and RTE15

  • Illuminated, Stainless Steel Emergency Button
  • Definable Reset Times when ‘Press to Escape’ Button is Pressed (1, 6, 12 or 24 minutes)
  • Input for IPassan Alarm Notification
  • Built-in Alarm Sounder
  • Ability to Create and Log Events in IPassan Manager
  • Suitable for use with Fail Safe Releases and Maglocks (not fail secure/fail locked releases)

Designed to meet BS7273-4 Type A requirements

ColourRAL6016 Green
MaterialPowder Coated Mild Steel
Dimensions (fascia)H170mm x W100mm
Dimensions (surface housing)H174mm x W104mm x D54mm
Dimensions (embedding box)H152mm x W84mm x D50mm

Yes, it’s the Urmet ‘Break Glass Unit, Emergency Exit System’ or BGU-EES for short.

No, but the ‘Emergency Press to Escape’ button is timed, so even if it is accidentally activated it will time out. The reset time is definable (1,6,12 or 24 minutes).

The RTE-EES will need a 12V DC Supply. There is not a 24V version.

Yes, the relay that control the lock is rated at 250V @ 5A, so it can support any electric release on the market.

Yes, this is because the timing circuit within the device needs a constant power supply.

The max current draw for the RTE-EES is 70mA when both relay coils are energised, when powered from 12Vdc supply. (This assumes the lock is powered from a separate dedicated supply)


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