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BEA IXIO-DT1 Combination Activation and Safety Sensor


The BEA IXIO–DT1 combines microwave radar technology for the activation of the door with infrared technology for pedestrian safety. The unidirectional radar provides energy savings and an infrared curtain prevents the door from contacting pedestrians as they pass through the threshold. The IXIO-DTI is an easy-to-use, all-in-one sensor that maximizes safety and activation. NOTE: IXIO-DT1 Industrial with 30' pre-wire cord available as a user-friendly solution for interior industrial doors, vehicle gate detection and off door automation. Also available for download the IXIO Decoder is a visualization tool that gives you an immediate overview of the sensor’s settings. This is achieved by entering the sensor zip code from the LCD display. (10WIZARDG3, 10IXIODT1, 10IRA, G3-I)


Retail Price - $570 Price - $284.61

Easy Programming Remote Control $49
Weather Protection Cover $42

"They charge me about 50% more than your price for any sensor! For what? Betty is sending you an order for seven units." -- Russ
"Your price is half of what we were quoted from those guys in Milwaukee! Please send two BEA Falcon HM units via UPS RED." -- Tim
"The door company charged me almost $900 for one BEA Wizard!" -- Sherwood
"Very prompt e-mail follow up about my order and better than I expected shipping. Also the prices are very good." -- Jim
Ken Nachreiner is very professional when I called about the sensor I was looking for. When I called again to check on shipping status, he was on top of it. He called me back once it was shipped. I am very happy with the professional service he has provided me, and the fast shipping. Definitely a 10 star service. Best company and best sales representative. -- Irene

AAADM Inspection

Automatic door systems should be checked annually by an inspector who has been certified by the American Association of Automatic Door Manufacturers. Through that annual inspection, the door system can be checked for compliance with the latest industry standards. Also, automatic door systems should be given a daily safety check by premises owners. The American Association of Automatic Door Manufacturers provides details on how to conduct a daily safety check. Premises owners can use this guide to train or retrain employees to perform the daily safety checks properly. That helps assure safe operation of automatic doors. Additionally, all new sensors on pedestrian openings should also be properly adjusted by an AAADM certified inspector. If you are not a reseller or AAADM Certified, please contact us and we can provide you a list of local AAADM certified inspectors who can accurately make these adjustments to your new sensor(s). When properly installed, inspected annually by AAADM certified inspectors and safety-checked daily by premise owners, automatic doors consistently provide safe, convenient access for everyone.

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