Security Essen – Booth 6B28: Fire brigade key depot SD950

September 18, 2022

The new SD950 fire department key depot is used for the theft-protected storage of object keys to enable the fire department’s emergency services to access the building quickly and without violence. The housing with the firmly welded frame made of five-milimeter stainless steel offers not only improved handling on the construction site but also a visually appealing solution when installed. The key depot is factory-prepared to accept one object key. It can be expanded to accommodate up to six monitored object keys.

The highlights of the new VdS approved SD950:

  • Made entirely of V2A, surface: polished
  • Two-color status display on the door knob for: Unlocked and Alarm
  • Fixed key engages audibly
  • LED – interior lighting
  • No disturbing superstructures on the drilling protection of the outer door
  • Temperature-controlled heating as standard
  • Basic version already suitable for two extra-long object keys
  • A swiveling flex console is optionally available
  • Two-color status display of object keys in the interior
  • New stand and wall columns for the SD950 are also available.

The SD950 can be connected to all fire alarm control panels (from any manufacturer) via the AD900 connection adapter.

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