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CPREG®-2 electromagnetic handle with 1 EM lock

CPREG®-2 electromagnetic handle - 12/24V DC - 400 mm - 300 daN contact

30 Jan 2018

The ambidextrous grip and the curved line on the front face are the novelties of this second generation of CPREG® electromagnetic handles. This is to say that the CPREG®-2 are handy using and design!

Compliant with the French standard NF S 61-937, the CPREG®-2 aluminum housings are made for equipping emergency exits but also all other types of doors. Two widths are available at choice: 90 or 120 mm.

Customizable electromagnetic handle

This CPREG®-2 EM handle is manufactured of satin aluminum, its flanges are made of aluminum too, and the lacquering is possible in all RAL colors.

2 EM locks for one CPREG®-2 aluminum handle

The CPREG®-2 operates with two VELMAG® electromagnetic locks of the EF30035ENCCTC CA series. Each magnet has a holding force of 300 daN, provided however that the Sewosy installation recommendations are duly implemented. In addition, the consumption by EM lock is 480 mA in 12V DC and 240 mA in 24V DC.

Patented laying extension

To deport the fixing points on certain profiles, Sewosy has created the CPREG-E mounting extension which has a patent. The CPREG-E special model for CPREG-2/40AS electromagnetic lock is available in the Sewosy locking range.

Electromagnetic handles with contact

The function of the integrated contact in the CPREG®-2 is to send a report of information to a dashboard or a centralization unit to signal the "locked / unlocked" state of the electromagnetic locks. The breaking power of this status contact is 24V DC and 1 A.

IP42 rating

Capable of enduring temperatures ranging from -10 ° to 60 ° C, the CPREG®-2 aluminum housings are further protected from falling drops of water up to 15 ° from the vertical, according to their IP rating 42.

The CPREG® trademark registered by Sewosy designates the adjustable counter plate of the magnets. Thanks to a sliding nut, the position of the counterplate can be readjusted in case of movements of the joinery.