Behavioral Healthcare

Introduction

Stanley Security Solutions is pleased to offer the Best Access Systems® behavioral healthcare solutions product portfolio. Facilities are challenged with maintaining a delicate balance of patient safety and security. The behavioral healthcare solutions portfolio provides a comprehensive breadth of products designed to meet these unique application challenges. While no product can ever replicate the effectiveness of constant patient monitoring; we strive to present the most effective door locks, alarms and related hardware to assist facility staff in ensuring patient safety. Through close collaboration with behavioral healthcare professionals, Stanley Security Solutions has become the single source for the most up-to-date behavioral healthcare door safety solutions. Specifications are subject to change. To ensure proper code compliance please consult the local AHJ - Authority Having Jurisdiction.

 

 

 

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FEMALE PATIENT PRIVACY FUNCTION

In addition to the SPSL Mortise Lock Functions described below, the new Female Patient Privacy Function locksets are available to the SPSL line of patient safety hardware. This solution was developed to meet the need of providing female patients privacy in their rooms while ensuring their safety. In addition to the ligature-resistant lever, a conical designed, recessed turnpiece has been added to deter suicide attempts. The patent pending turnpiece design reduces the opportunity to use the turnpiece as a ligature point.

 

Application
Female Behavioral Healthcare Patient Room Doors

 

Operation
Function RF:
Pressing the interior ligature-resistant turnpiece to the left makes the exterior lever free-swinging in both directions which locks the door. Depressing the interior lever unlocks the door but does not unlock the exterior lever (Similar to standard “R” classroom function).

 

Function LTF:
Depressing the interior lever unlocks the door for free egress and unlocks the exterior lever (Similar to standard “LT” bathroom/privacy function).

 

Anti-Lockout Feature (LTF): When the latch is depressed or when the door closes the exterior lever is unlocked. This prevents someone from locking the door accidentally by activating the turnpiece and closing the door.

 

Entry (when locked): A mortise cylinder on the exterior side provides entry by use of a key. This unlocks the door.

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SPSL - STANLEY PATIENT SAFETY LEVER: MORTISE LOCK

Stanley Patient Safety Lever (SPSL) meets the needs of resisting ligature engagement on the lock trim while providing patients and staff with easy-to-operate hardware. The patent-pending design meets the intent of ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) by eliminating the operational requirement "pinch & grasp" motion. The reliable performance and security found within the traditional Best Access Systems products is now available in an anti-ligature design.


The tight tolerances, smooth meshing of the lever and the non-moving conical lock escutcheon set the industry standard. As an added suicide resistant measure, the lever is always free-moving bidirectionally, regardless of the lock function. The solid stainless steel design represents the highest level of quality construction found in the industry.

 

A wide variety of locking needs are met by the different mortise lock functions.

 

INNOVATIVE ANTI-LIGATURE FEATURES
Designed in collaboration with the nation's largest behavioral healthcare service providers and industry consultants
• Independent, tapered, bidirectional lever (patent pending design)
• Thru-bolted fixed conical escutcheon
• Low profile off the door

 

DURABLE DESIGN
Proven performance on thousands of applications
• Independent lever springs in escutcheon
• Lever movement stops within escutcheon
• Stainless steel escutcheon and lever
• Fewer moving parts
• Accomodates 1 3/4" door thickness

 

CUSTOMER-DRIVEN FUNCTIONS
SPSL locksets meet the unique needs of the various spaces within a secured behavioral ward
• Patient Room - Allows locking patient "out-of-room" and then converting to passage for other times. Free egress at all times.
• Key Only Entry - Key required at all time (storeroom), with anti-ligature levers. Free egress at all times.
• Privacy - Unique patent pending turnpiece design with traditional privacy anti-lockout function (including cointurn cylinder for emergency entry)
• More industry-driven functions than any other lockset; See pages 4, 5, and 6.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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SPSL MORTISE LOCK FUNCTIONS

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SPSL - STANLEY PATIENT SAFETY LEVER: TUBULAR

Stanley Patient Safety Lever (SPSL) meets the needs of resisting ligature engagement on the lock trim while providing patients and staff with easy-to-operate hardware. The patent-pending design meets the intent of ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) by eliminating the operational requirement "pinch& grasp" motion. The reliable performance and security found within the traditional Best Access Systems products is now available in an anti-ligature design.

 

The tight tolerances, smooth meshing of the lever and the non-moving conical lock escutcheon set the industry standard. As an added suicide resistant measure, the lever is always free-moving bidirectionally, regardless of the lock function. The solid stainless steel design represents the highest level of quality construction found in the industry.

 

INNOVATIVE ANTI-LIGATURE FEATURES
Designed in collaboration with the nation's largest behavioral healthcare service providers and industry consultants
• Independent, tapered, bidirectional lever (patent pending design)
• Thru-bolted fixed conical escutcheon
• Low profile off the door

 

DURABLE DESIGN
Proven performance on thousands of applications
• Independent lever springs in escutcheon
• Lever movement stops within escutcheon
• Stainless steel escutcheon and lever
• Fewer moving parts
• Handed
• Accomodates 1 3/4" door thickness

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SPSL TUBULAR LOCK FUNCTIONS

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SSRL - STANLEY SECLUSION ROOM LOCK

Stanley Seclusion Room Locks (SSRL) provide effective locking for behavioral health applications requiring temporary patient containment.


Single or multi-point bolts protrude into the frame or strike to provide added protection against unauthorized egress attempts. Pending the respective local code requirements, the SSRL can be ordered with features requiring continual or no supervision.

 

Continuous Supervision: (SSRLS-3, SSRLS-1) Bolts remain extended by facility staff engaging the lever.

No Supervision: (SSRLU-3, SSRLU-1) Bolts remain extended or locked via the lever operation

 

Multiple-point locking on the same horizontal plane provides optimal protection from functional wear and/or violent egress attempts. Single-point locking is effective in less severe locations. Unsupervised models require keyed release of the lever lock preventing unauthorized locking of the door.

 

Retrofit applications, both in-swing and out-swing, are available. Out-swing applications require use of a surface-applied strike plate and mounting plate.


SSRL FEATURE SUMMARY
• Multi-point deadlocking
• Optional independent or supervised locking
• Stainless steel deadbolts 1" throw
• Surface mounted
• No exposed interior hardware

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SEDA - STANLEY EMERGENCY DOOR ALARM

Stanley Emergency Door Alarm’s (SEDA) patent-pending full-width door sensor bars are activated by attempts to drape an item over the door. The sensor bar incorporates a curved design providing maximum sensitivity to pressure. The pressure activates internal switches, which are protected by the steel construction. The sensor bars are field adjustable to provide full door coverage and are easily installed.


Retrofit applications are ideal for SEDA. Electrified full-surface continuous hinges have been designed in an anti-ligature fashion and transfer the SEDA signal from the door to the frame. In doing so, coverage over the critical hinge side of the door is maintained. SEDA models may be applied to traditional swinging doors (mounted on pull side of door) or double-acting doors (mounted on patient side of door).


Additional notification and signal monitoring options are available to meet facility requirements. Field adjustments include a nuisance alarm and the piezo volume on the nurse’s station console.

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TYPICAL SEDA INSTALLATION

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SEDA - ELEMENTS

Door Sensor Assembly
The Door Sensor Assembly is available with telescoping adjustment to accommodate various door sizes. To avoid inadvertent activation, the DSA is equipped with a field adjustable nuisance delay. (factory default 3 seconds) Adjustment setting can be performed at the Controller. Neutral beige finish. For additional finishes please consult factory.

 

Door Sensor Assemblies:
SEDA-DSA-P1
• For doors 36" - 42" wide
• Specify PULL SIDE of door width when ordering

SEDA-DSA-P2
• For doors 42" - 48" wide
• Specify PULL SIDE of door width when ordering

SEDA-DSA-P3
• Pair for closet doors up to 36" wide
• Specify PULL SIDE of door width when ordering

 

Controller & Power Supply
Available for applications with up to 12, 24 or 36 doors, the Controller & Power Supply are the central point for electrical power and switch termination for the following SEDA elements.

 

Controller & Power Supply Elements:
• Door Sensor (DSA) inputs
• Strobe output
• Reset Keyswitch inputs
• Console output
• Remote signal output (dry contract)
• Remote signal output (12v)
• Adjustable nuisance delay (factory preset 3 seconds)
• Power Requirements - 110v input
• Neutral beige finish
• Factory installed cylinder

 

Controller & Power Supply Dimensions:

 

Strobe Light
SEDA-SL1

• Strobe light for ceiling mounting (use with ceiling tiles)
SEDA-SL2
• Same as above with steel mounting plate

 

Console
The desk mounted Console provides remote real-time visual and audible status to the Door Sensor assemblies. Pending the respective opening quantities, the console is available for order to monitor up to 12, 24, or 36 Door Sensor Assemblies.

 

Console elements:
• LED (1 red/green per room)
• Adjustable piezo alarm
• Remote siren output
• Console output
• Strobe output
• Reset keyswitch inputs
• Power requirements – 12VDC supplied from the controller
• Finishes: Desk Console - Blue case with a beige top. Wall mounted Console - Auminum cover plate

 

Console Dimensions:

 

Reset Keyswitch
KS101

• Wall mounted keyswitch (single gang box not included)
• 1 1/4" mortise cylinder/straight cam required (cylinder not included)

 

Electrified Power Transfer Hinge
ECHFS-MH-AL-4

• Full-surface angled aluminum construction and finish hinge (security screws provided with hinge)
• Modified for use with existing or new full-surface hinge

 

Accessories
SEDA-SPLB-1
• Splice box for use within room containing up to 5 doors.

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