Command Access MLRK1-MRK8 Electronic Motor Driven Latch retraction Pullback for Marks M8800 Series Exit Devices

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The Command Access MLRK1-MRK8 is a cost-effective and straightforward way to upgrade your Marks M8800 series device to motor-driven latch retraction in the field. UL Listed + 3 Year Manufacturer Warranty

The Command Access MLRK1-MRK8 is a practical and cost-effective way to convert a mechanical Marks M8800 36” series device to an electrified latch pullback device. The retrofit kit will maintain all UL listings on the device and for peace of mind is backed by Command Access Technologies 3-year no hassle warranty. The new unit easily hooks underneath the pushpad onto the back activating bracket and is secured with (2) screws, in a matter of minutes. The only hole you’ll need to drill is for the wire raceway. PTS allows for a smooth post-installation adjustment of the latch/latches. An optional built-in REX switch is available on all units! Last but not least, the MLRK1-MRK8 features an updated MM4S module with 2 different energy consumption settings from energy conscious to high torque to get the tough jobs done!

  • REX request to exit option is available
  • Voltage range – 24VDC +/- 10%
  • System protection – unit shutdown when voltage exceeds 28VDC
  • Standard - Average Current Peak: 900 mA, Average Current Hold: 215mA
  • High Torque - Average Current Peak: 2A, Average Current Hold: 250mA
  • PTS adjustment – approx. 1/4”
  • Next Generation MM4S Smart Module: On board diagnostics with audible feedback for adjustment and power issues
  • “PTS”: 5 second electronic adjustment for easy post installation adjustment
  • Electric dogging rated for continuous duty - Auto re-engage if push pad is pulled from dogged position
  • Low Current Draw - Field switchable to “High Torque” mode
  • Up to 300’ wire run with 2-18ga wire - Long wire runs provides installer with convenience of placing the Command locking hardware power supply in a centralized location; i.e. the same closet as the access control panel