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Miniature door loop

Type M 12 80

  • Lies hidden in window fold
  • Pivot/hopper windows retain their full functionality

Miniature door loop
The miniature door loop M 12 80 can be used to hide cables in windows and doors. Installation in the fold area is possible almost everywhere due to the small space requirement. The unsightly installation of open door loops or the expensive installation of customary concealed door loops is therefore not required.  Ideal for alarm glass cables or glass breaking alarms.

  • Pivot/hopper windows retain their full functionality
  • Door loop is accessible only on opening the window or door.
  • Low installation expediture
  • Suitable for round cable and flat cable (e.g., for alarm glass)
  • Inner diameter: 5.3 mm

Important note: Due to the large number of profiles available in the market, it is impossible to make universal specifications about the installation location. As the profiles differ in design as well as dimensions, we hereby provide notes on the design and installation. Please leave a cable loop. This will ensure that adequate cable is available for sliding on opening the door.


In parallel installation, a lateral space requirement of min. 21 mm and a vertical space requirement of min. 8 mm are necessary (distance between frame and panes). If the space ratios are small, the end piece should be mounted e.g., on the pane side in the metal fittings groove provided for the push rod.

The inner diameter of the spring is 5.3 mm. The maximum cable thickness should not exceed 4.5 – 4.9 mm.

The door loop M 12 80 is ideal for wooden, plastic and Aluminium sections.

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Scope of delivery

Number Product
1
Spring
2
Fixing spouts
2
End caps
4
Screw


Please observe the safety instructions given in the Chapter entitled General information as well as Technical information about door loops.


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