Mag locks are fail secure, and strikes are fail secure.
Strikes are fail safe, and mag locks are fail safe.
Mag locks are fail secure, and strikes are fail safe.
Strikes are fail secure, and mag locks are fail safe.
Sensing when the door has been opened after an approved entry request in order to relock the door ahead of the programmed time.
Alerting authorities that an improper entry has been obtained.
Both a. and b.
Neither a. nor b. It is only for determining door status.
12VDC systems are more efficient.
12VDC systems draw more current, but they can be run over a longer distance of wire.
24VDC systems can run longer distances than 12VDC systems and draw less current.
24VDC run shorter distances than 12VDC systems, but they draw less current.
All locks to the building must perform as designed with no relation to the fire alarm system.
Mag locks must release and strikes may remain engaged, depending on jurisdiction.
All locks must release.
Only doors used by the fire department must release so they have free ingress to the building.