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Kaba Panic Exit Device - Vertical Rod Exit Device


KABA Panic Exit Device - ED2227 Series Vertical Rod Exit Device

The Kaba ED2227 Series vertical rod type panic exit device is designed to provide emergency egress by a single action pushing motion via a modern design touch pad, fitted horizontally across the door. The ED2227 provides secure twp point latching in the top and bottm of the door and offers latch hold back (dogging) options, external trim options for lever/knob and is suitable for double, single, metal or timber doors.

  • Non-handed, field reversible rim exit device.
  • Field sizeable
  • Modern touch pad style for metal and timber doors.
  • Latchbolt is deadlatching.

Exit Device


Supplied in 1085mm standard length. Can be field sized to 645mm minimum length (including strike). Cylinder dogging (CD) adds 40mm to minimum length.


Suits 2100mm high doors. Extension rods available in 600mm lengths.


105mm minimum stile plus rebate or bead stop. A mid rail is required for glazed aluminium/timber doors over 1050mm between door stops or when using external trims.


Timber self tapping screws and metal machine screws supplied as standard.


Pressed and cast metal casing. Operating parts made of steel and brass. Stainless steel Latchbolts.




Silver (painted) & Satin Stainless Steel (SSS)


Hex (Allen) key type supplied as standard. Optional cylinder dogging available – when specifying/ordering use suffix “CD” (Factory fitted).

Fire Rating

The Kaba ED2227 has been successfully tested on fire door assemblies in accordance with Australian Standard AS 1905 Part 1: Fire resistant door sets. NOTE: Fire doors cannot include dogging due to fire regulations.

External trim

121 Cylinder for Nightlatch (NL) function or Key in knob/Key in lever for classroom function. Through fixing Pull handle on plate available as pull only or D pull with round hole to suit rim cylinder Note: DP pull with round hole is handed - available as accessories.


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