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Dor-o-Matic 169011574  EXIT DEVICE EL1692NL OP-36"-DC35 RHR L/RODS Dor-o-Matic 179010091   EXIT-DEVICE-1792NL/HB-OP-36"- US28 - TD35 W/C
With its sleek, modern touchbar design, the 1690 comes in seven popular finishes, four lengths (30˝, 36˝, 42˝ and 48˝) and features a full compliment of electrical options. Rod extension kits are also available.

Security & Safety
The 1690 panic device carries the Underwriters Laboratory (UL) label and are approved for life safety. In addition, these exit devices meet the requirements of ANSI Grade 1, 2001 revisions. Each device feature an upgraded design that offers increased building security, eliminating the possibility of tampering and forced entry through the use of coat hangers or other tools. And the new streamlined design has no openings for chains — reducing the risk of code infringements.

The design of the 1690 is ideally suited for demanding, high-traffic applications. The vertical rods and latch mechanisms are concealed in the vertical door stile, ensuring trouble-free operation. The cover plates and end caps are constructed of cast metal to hold up to rigorous use. A quick, single-point dogging feature in the housing deactivates the device and permits unrestricted traffic flow. This locking mechanism is designed to offer more versatility than crossbars, which require two-point dogging.

The Convenience of 1990 Rods/Latches.
Since 1690 utilizes the same rods and latches as the 1990 crossbar device, existing 1990s can be replaced directly with the 1690 device - without removing the door!

Other Features Include:
  • Centercase provides a clear indication of direction of egress and completely covers the existing 1990 prep.
  • Metal end caps protect the device from damage caused by passing carts and equipment.
  • Available in US28 Clear, DC13 Dark Bronze, DC35 Black, US3, US10, US26 and US26D (centercase and endcap are powder coated black only).
  • Vertical rods and latches are identical to the 1990 device and can work with existing panic frames.
  • Electric latch retraction and request to exit/touchbar monitor switch options available.
  • Electric dogging: Positioning Retractor as Shown for NL or HB Functions. Install retractor with teeth to right as shown for both RHR and LHR doors; this makes all keys function in the same direction.
  • With its sleek, modern touchbar design, the 1790 comes in seven popular finishes, four lengths (30˝, 36˝, 42˝ and 48˝) and features a full compliment of electrical options.

    The 1790 panic device carries the Underwriters Laboratory (UL) label and are approved for life safety. In addition, these exit devices meet the requirements of ANSI Grade I, 2001 revisions. Each feature an upgraded design that offers increased building security, eliminating the possibility of tampering and forced entry through the use of coat hangers or other tools. And the new streamlined design has no openings for chains — reducing the risk of code infringements.

    The 1790 rim device is typically used in applications where maintenance is a concern. The rim device has fewer parts and pieces than current exit devices which requires less maintenance and adjustment. The 1690/1790 pushbar width is 21/2˝. The devices project 3˝ in the neutral position, and 21/4˝ in the depressed/dogged position.

    Other Features
  • Centercase provides a clear indication of direction of egress and completely covers the existing 1990 or 2090 prep.
  • Metal end caps protect the device from damage caused by passing carts and equipment.
  • Available in US28 Clear, DC13 Dark Bronze, DC35 Black, US3, US10, US26 and US26D (centercase and endcap are powder coated black only).
  • Electric latch retraction and request to exit/touchbar monitor switch options available.
  • Electric dogging
  • Dor-o-Matic 179010191   EL1790EO 36" US28 TD35 Dor-o-Matic 179010282   EL1790EO 36"DC35 TD35 1.3/4
    With its sleek, modern touchbar design, the 1790 comes in seven popular finishes, four lengths (30˝, 36˝, 42˝ and 48˝) and features a full compliment of electrical options.

    The 1790 panic device carries the Underwriters Laboratory (UL) label and are approved for life safety. In addition, these exit devices meet the requirements of ANSI Grade I, 2001 revisions. Each feature an upgraded design that offers increased building security, eliminating the possibility of tampering and forced entry through the use of coat hangers or other tools. And the new streamlined design has no openings for chains — reducing the risk of code infringements.

    The 1790 rim device is typically used in applications where maintenance is a concern. The rim device has fewer parts and pieces than current exit devices which requires less maintenance and adjustment. The 1690/1790 pushbar width is 21/2˝. The devices project 3˝ in the neutral position, and 21/4˝ in the depressed/dogged position.

    Other Features
  • Centercase provides a clear indication of direction of egress and completely covers the existing 1990 or 2090 prep.
  • Metal end caps protect the device from damage caused by passing carts and equipment.
  • Available in US28 Clear, DC13 Dark Bronze, DC35 Black, US3, US10, US26 and US26D (centercase and endcap are powder coated black only).
  • Electric latch retraction and request to exit/touchbar monitor switch options available.
  • Electric dogging
  • With its sleek, modern touchbar design, the 1790 comes in seven popular finishes, four lengths (30˝, 36˝, 42˝ and 48˝) and features a full compliment of electrical options.

    The 1790 panic device carries the Underwriters Laboratory (UL) label and are approved for life safety. In addition, these exit devices meet the requirements of ANSI Grade I, 2001 revisions. Each feature an upgraded design that offers increased building security, eliminating the possibility of tampering and forced entry through the use of coat hangers or other tools. And the new streamlined design has no openings for chains — reducing the risk of code infringements.

    The 1790 rim device is typically used in applications where maintenance is a concern. The rim device has fewer parts and pieces than current exit devices which requires less maintenance and adjustment. The 1690/1790 pushbar width is 21/2˝. The devices project 3˝ in the neutral position, and 21/4˝ in the depressed/dogged position.

    Other Features
  • Centercase provides a clear indication of direction of egress and completely covers the existing 1990 or 2090 prep.
  • Metal end caps protect the device from damage caused by passing carts and equipment.
  • Available in US28 Clear, DC13 Dark Bronze, DC35 Black, US3, US10, US26 and US26D (centercase and endcap are powder coated black only).
  • Electric latch retraction and request to exit/touchbar monitor switch options available.
  • Electric dogging
  • Dor-o-Matic D14901108  1490EO 36" US28 LHR Dor-o-Matic D16901036 1690EO 36" US28 RHR
    The 1490, Dor-O-Matic’s heaviest device, offers a clean appearance in a pushpad style device, with only 3˝ in height and 2-3/4˝ of projection.

    The 1490 device is built with rugged steel operating mechanisms and durable aluminum push bars and end caps. The electrified version includes a monitor switch.
    NOTE: The EL1490 and ED1490 Series is a handed device.

    Other Features Include:
  • Quarter-turn dogging
  • Durable metal end caps
  • Simplified cartridge mounting
  • Rod extension kits for doors for most standard rim cylinders 7΄ - 10΄ available
  • With its sleek, modern touchbar design, the 1690 comes in seven popular finishes, four lengths (30˝, 36˝, 42˝ and 48˝ ) and features a full compliment of electrical options. Rod extension kits are also available.

    Security & Safety
    The 1690 panic device carries the Underwriters Laboratory (UL) label and are approved for life safety. In addition, these exit devices meet the requirements of ANSI Grade 1, 2001 revisions. Each device feature an upgraded design that offers increased building security, eliminating the possibility of tampering and forced entry through the use of coat hangers or other tools. And the new streamlined design has no openings for chains reducing the risk of code infringements.

    The design of the 1690 is ideally suited for demanding, high-traffic applications. The vertical rods and latch mechanisms are concealed in the vertical door stile, ensuring trouble-free operation. The cover plates and end caps are constructed of cast metal to hold up to rigorous use. A quick, single-point dogging feature in the housing deactivates the device and permits unrestricted traffic flow. This locking mechanism is designed to offer more versatility than crossbars, which require two-point dogging.

    The Convenience of 1990 Rods/Latches.
    Since 1690 utilizes the same rods and latches as the 1990 crossbar device, existing 1990s can be replaced directly with the 1690 device - without removing the door!

    Other Features Include:
  • Centercase provides a clear indication of direction of egress and completely covers the existing 1990 prep.
  • Metal end caps protect the device from damage caused by passing carts and equipment.
  • Available in US28 Clear, DC13 Dark Bronze, DC35 Black, US3, US10, US26 and US26D (centercase and endcap are powder coated black only).
  • Vertical rods and latches are identical to the 1990 device and can work with existing panic frames.
  • Electric latch retraction and request to exit/touchbar monitor switch options available.
  • Electric dogging: Positioning Retractor as Shown for NL or HB Functions. Install retractor with teeth to right as shown for both RHR and LHR doors; this makes all keys function in the same direction.
  • Dor-o-Matic D16901070 RX-1690EO 36" US28 RHR L/RODS Dor-o-Matic D16901085  EL1690EO 36"US28 RHR
    With its sleek, modern touchbar design, the 1690 comes in seven popular finishes, four lengths (30˝, 36˝, 42˝ and 48˝ ) and features a full compliment of electrical options. Rod extension kits are also available.

    Security & Safety
    The 1690 panic device carries the Underwriters Laboratory (UL) label and are approved for life safety. In addition, these exit devices meet the requirements of ANSI Grade 1, 2001 revisions. Each device feature an upgraded design that offers increased building security, eliminating the possibility of tampering and forced entry through the use of coat hangers or other tools. And the new streamlined design has no openings for chains — reducing the risk of code infringements.

    The design of the 1690 is ideally suited for demanding, high-traffic applications. The vertical rods and latch mechanisms are concealed in the vertical door stile, ensuring trouble-free operation. The cover plates and end caps are constructed of cast metal to hold up to rigorous use. A quick, single-point dogging feature in the housing deactivates the device and permits unrestricted traffic flow. This locking mechanism is designed to offer more versatility than crossbars, which require two-point dogging.

    The Convenience of 1990 Rods/Latches.
    Since 1690 utilizes the same rods and latches as the 1990 crossbar device, existing 1990s can be replaced directly with the 1690 device - without removing the door!

    Other Features Include:
  • Centercase provides a clear indication of direction of egress and completely covers the existing 1990 prep.
  • Metal end caps protect the device from damage caused by passing carts and equipment.
  • Available in US28 Clear, DC13 Dark Bronze, DC35 Black, US3, US10, US26 and US26D (centercase and endcap are powder coated black only).
  • Vertical rods and latches are identical to the 1990 device and can work with existing panic frames.
  • Electric latch retraction and request to exit/touchbar monitor switch options available.
  • Electric dogging: Positioning Retractor as Shown for NL or HB Functions. Install retractor with teeth to right as shown for both RHR and LHR doors; this makes all keys function in the same direction.
  • With its sleek, modern touchbar design, the 1690 comes in seven popular finishes, four lengths (30˝, 36˝, 42˝ and 48˝) and features a full compliment of electrical options. Rod extension kits are also available.

    Security & Safety
    The 1690 panic device carries the Underwriters Laboratory (UL) label and are approved for life safety. In addition, these exit devices meet the requirements of ANSI Grade 1, 2001 revisions. Each device feature an upgraded design that offers increased building security, eliminating the possibility of tampering and forced entry through the use of coat hangers or other tools. And the new streamlined design has no openings for chains — reducing the risk of code infringements.

    The design of the 1690 is ideally suited for demanding, high-traffic applications. The vertical rods and latch mechanisms are concealed in the vertical door stile, ensuring trouble-free operation. The cover plates and end caps are constructed of cast metal to hold up to rigorous use. A quick, single-point dogging feature in the housing deactivates the device and permits unrestricted traffic flow. This locking mechanism is designed to offer more versatility than crossbars, which require two-point dogging.

    The Convenience of 1990 Rods/Latches.
    Since 1690 utilizes the same rods and latches as the 1990 crossbar device, existing 1990s can be replaced directly with the 1690 device - without removing the door!

    Other Features Include:
  • Centercase provides a clear indication of direction of egress and completely covers the existing 1990 prep.
  • Metal end caps protect the device from damage caused by passing carts and equipment.
  • Available in US28 Clear, DC13 Dark Bronze, DC35 Black, US3, US10, US26 and US26D (centercase and endcap are powder coated black only).
  • Vertical rods and latches are identical to the 1990 device and can work with existing panic frames.
  • Electric latch retraction and request to exit/touchbar monitor switch options available.
  • Electric dogging: Positioning Retractor as Shown for NL or HB Functions. Install retractor with teeth to right as shown for both RHR and LHR doors; this makes all keys function in the same direction.
  • Dor-o-Matic D16901088  EL1690EO 36" DC13 Dor-o-Matic D16901092  EXIT DEVICE - EL1692NL-OP 36" US28 RHR L/ROD
    With its sleek, modern touchbar design, the 1690 comes in seven popular finishes, four lengths (30˝, 36˝, 42˝ and 48˝) and features a full compliment of electrical options. Rod extension kits are also available.

    Security & Safety
    The 1690 panic device carries the Underwriters Laboratory (UL) label and are approved for life safety. In addition, these exit devices meet the requirements of ANSI Grade 1, 2001 revisions. Each device feature an upgraded design that offers increased building security, eliminating the possibility of tampering and forced entry through the use of coat hangers or other tools. And the new streamlined design has no openings for chains reducing the risk of code infringements.

    The design of the 1690 is ideally suited for demanding, high-traffic applications. The vertical rods and latch mechanisms are concealed in the vertical door stile, ensuring trouble-free operation. The cover plates and end caps are constructed of cast metal to hold up to rigorous use. A quick, single-point dogging feature in the housing deactivates the device and permits unrestricted traffic flow. This locking mechanism is designed to offer more versatility than crossbars, which require two-point dogging.

    The Convenience of 1990 Rods/Latches.
    Since 1690 utilizes the same rods and latches as the 1990 crossbar device, existing 1990s can be replaced directly with the 1690 device - without removing the door!

    Other Features Include:
  • Centercase provides a clear indication of direction of egress and completely covers the existing 1990 prep.
  • Metal end caps protect the device from damage caused by passing carts and equipment.
  • Available in US28 Clear, DC13 Dark Bronze, DC35 Black, US3, US10, US26 and US26D (centercase and endcap are powder coated black only).
  • Vertical rods and latches are identical to the 1990 device and can work with existing panic frames.
  • Electric latch retraction and request to exit/touchbar monitor switch options available.
  • Electric dogging: Positioning Retractor as Shown for NL or HB Functions. Install retractor with teeth to right as shown for both RHR and LHR doors; this makes all keys function in the same direction.
  • With its sleek, modern touchbar design, the 1690 comes in seven popular finishes, four lengths (30˝, 36˝, 42˝ and 48˝) and features a full compliment of electrical options. Rod extension kits are also available.

    Security & Safety
    The 1690 panic device carries the Underwriters Laboratory (UL) label and are approved for life safety. In addition, these exit devices meet the requirements of ANSI Grade 1, 2001 revisions. Each device feature an upgraded design that offers increased building security, eliminating the possibility of tampering and forced entry through the use of coat hangers or other tools. And the new streamlined design has no openings for chains — reducing the risk of code infringements.

    The design of the 1690 is ideally suited for demanding, high-traffic applications. The vertical rods and latch mechanisms are concealed in the vertical door stile, ensuring trouble-free operation. The cover plates and end caps are constructed of cast metal to hold up to rigorous use. A quick, single-point dogging feature in the housing deactivates the device and permits unrestricted traffic flow. This locking mechanism is designed to offer more versatility than crossbars, which require two-point dogging.

    The Convenience of 1990 Rods/Latches.
    Since 1690 utilizes the same rods and latches as the 1990 crossbar device, existing 1990s can be replaced directly with the 1690 device - without removing the door!

    Other Features Include:
  • Centercase provides a clear indication of direction of egress and completely covers the existing 1990 prep.
  • Metal end caps protect the device from damage caused by passing carts and equipment.
  • Available in US28 Clear, DC13 Dark Bronze, DC35 Black, US3, US10, US26 and US26D (centercase and endcap are powder coated black only).
  • Vertical rods and latches are identical to the 1990 device and can work with existing panic frames.
  • Electric latch retraction and request to exit/touchbar monitor switch options available.
  • Electric dogging: Positioning Retractor as Shown for NL or HB Functions. Install retractor with teeth to right as shown for both RHR and LHR doors; this makes all keys function in the same direction.
  • Dor-o-Matic D16901094 EL1690EO 36" US28 RHR L/RODS Dor-o-Matic D17901007 EXIT DEVICE 1790EO 36" US28
    With its sleek, modern touchbar design, the 1690 comes in seven popular finishes, four lengths (30˝, 36˝, 42˝ and 48˝) and features a full compliment of electrical options. Rod extension kits are also available.

    Security & Safety
    The 1690 panic device carries the Underwriters Laboratory (UL) label and are approved for life safety. In addition, these exit devices meet the requirements of ANSI Grade 1, 2001 revisions. Each device feature an upgraded design that offers increased building security, eliminating the possibility of tampering and forced entry through the use of coat hangers or other tools. And the new streamlined design has no openings for chains — reducing the risk of code infringements.

    The design of the 1690 is ideally suited for demanding, high-traffic applications. The vertical rods and latch mechanisms are concealed in the vertical door stile, ensuring trouble-free operation. The cover plates and end caps are constructed of cast metal to hold up to rigorous use. A quick, single-point dogging feature in the housing deactivates the device and permits unrestricted traffic flow. This locking mechanism is designed to offer more versatility than crossbars, which require two-point dogging.

    The Convenience of 1990 Rods/Latches.
    Since 1690 utilizes the same rods and latches as the 1990 crossbar device, existing 1990s can be replaced directly with the 1690 device - without removing the door!

    Other Features Include:
  • Centercase provides a clear indication of direction of egress and completely covers the existing 1990 prep.
  • Metal end caps protect the device from damage caused by passing carts and equipment.
  • Available in US28 Clear, DC13 Dark Bronze, DC35 Black, US3, US10, US26 and US26D (centercase and endcap are powder coated black only).
  • Vertical rods and latches are identical to the 1990 device and can work with existing panic frames.
  • Electric latch retraction and request to exit/touchbar monitor switch options available.
  • Electric dogging: Positioning Retractor as Shown for NL or HB Functions. Install retractor with teeth to right as shown for both RHR and LHR doors; this makes all keys function in the same direction.
  • With its sleek, modern touchbar design. The 1690 and 1790 come in seven popular finishes, four lengths (30˝, 36˝, 42˝ and 48˝) and features a full compliment of electrical options.

    The 1790 panic device carries the Underwriters Laboratory (UL) label and are approved for life safety. In addition, these exit devices meet the requirements of ANSI Grade I, 2001 revisions. Each feature an upgraded design that offers increased building security, eliminating the possibility of tampering and forced entry through the use of coat hangers or other tools. And the new streamlined design has no openings for chains — reducing the risk of code infringements.

    The 1790 rim device is typically used in applications where maintenance is a concern. The rim device has fewer parts and pieces than current exit devices which requires less maintenance and adjustment. The 1690/1790 pushbar width is 21/2˝. The devices project 3˝ in the neutral position, and 21/4˝ in the depressed/dogged position.

    Other Features
  • Centercase provides a clear indication of direction of egress and completely covers the existing 1990 or 2090 prep.
  • Metal end caps protect the device from damage caused by passing carts and equipment.
  • Available in US28 Clear, DC13 Dark Bronze, DC35 Black, US3, US10, US26 and US26D (centercase and endcap are powder coated black only).
  • Electric latch retraction and request to exit/touchbar monitor switch options available.
  • Electric dogging
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