GEZE UK has added to it’s suite of activation devices and sensor systems with a new compact safety sensor for automatic swing doors.
The GC 342 sensor is a presence detector with a clean and modern line. The compact sensor comes in left and right versions and can be used with all GEZE automatic swing door operators, on door leaves with a width of up to 1600mm.
Even when installed at a height of 3850mm, it offers reliable detection, particularly in front of or behind the door leaf when the door closes and at the secondary closing edges.
It has been fully tested and meets the EN 16005 standard and has been type certified with GEZE automatic swing door systems by the German Association for Technical Inspection.
GC 342 is available in black, white and EV1 and in kit form, with left and right sensors, door connections able, a transmission cable for hinge or opposite hinge side, corrugated hose and accessories, or as individual units.
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