Edwards Signaling 10/2/2018Pella casement and awning windows may have two separate pieces of glass or one Thermopane. It is very important, therefore, to take extra care when drilling the mounting holes to avoid the glass.
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Edwards Signaling 10/2/2018Often the entry door from the garage to the house will be alarmed and the garage door will be left unsecured. An intruder can gain access to the garage door, enter the attic via the drop-down stairway, cut a hole through the ceiling between the joists, and drop into the house, all without triggering the alarm.
Edwards Signaling 10/2/2018Protecting against unwanted intrusion through a hinged skylight using surface-mount magnetic contacts.
Edwards Signaling 10/2/2018Securing Pella or sliding aluminum windows or doors which have thin window frames and limited space for mounting the switch. Sentrol’s 1145-W ultra- miniature surface-mount magnetic contact, with regular or wide gap operating distance, is ideal for this application.
Edwards Signaling 10/2/2018Trucks and trailers can be secured with Sentrol’s MagnaPull at loading docks. Extend a Sentrol 2105A or 2115A standard Magnapull unit from the perimeter loop on each loading dock. There are two different mount methods.
Edwards Signaling 10/2/2018For wood doors with aluminum thresholds, it is sometimes convenient to mount the magnet in the bottom of the door and the switch in the hollow space beneath the threshold.
Edwards Signaling 10/2/2018Wood and steel doors can be protected with roller plunger contacts that can be installed without removing the door from its hinges. The versatile Sentrol 3005 and 3008 Roller Plunger Contacts can also be used on windows and sliding patio doors.
Edwards Signaling 10/2/2018Floating magnet-type mechanical switches can fail due to corrosion (unit is not hermetically sealed), uneven wear of the plastic body, or crushing of the unit between the door and frame. The use of a Sentrol switch is an attractive alternative.