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Hanchett Entry Systems (HES) 5000 Electric Strike Hanchett Entry Systems (HES) 7000-630 24V Electric Door Strike Hanchett Entry Systems (HES) 8000-12/24 8000 Series Electric Strike
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Hanchett Entry Systems (HES) 4500-630 Electric Strike Body, 630 Finish Rutherford S6514X32D Electric Strike, Hollow Metal Frames, Polished Stainless Steel Securitron UNL-24 Cylndrical UnLatch Lock, 24 VDC
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What are electric strikes?
Electric strikes are the devices that made it possible for you to say this to a guest waiting outside your apartment building: “I’ll buzz you in.” You push a button, and
voila, you’ve let them in without having to leave your apartment and going all the way downstairs.
Electric strikes were first applied to New York high-rises. In the absence of doormen, or instead of employing doormen, home and office residents could simply open
the locked building door by controlling the electric strike.
The door strike is that part of the door lock that goes in the door jamb, the one with the hole for the latch to sink into. Electric strikes replace that door strike. It works
with most lock sets, and is a powerful security system when used in conjunction with access control devices like magnetic locks and electric latches.
Just push/pull to open
Unlike ordinary door strikes, electric strikes have a movable ‘gate’ called the keeper. The keeper either blocks the latch, or is out of the way so that you don’t have
to use the door knob or handle. If the electric strike is ‘open’, you can open a door just by pushing it. The latch or bolt can stay in its extended position.
If you own a store or an office, people don’t have to keep turning a doorknob to come inside.
In case of fire, electric strikes keep doors open for easy, life-saving exits.
Exclusive elevators, private offices, restricted rooms-- these often have electric strikes, and only those with access know the code or have the key/card to release
the door.
Convenience, Control and Safety
At home, think of a summer party and being able to go in and out with drinks and food in each hand without having to keep the door open and letting all the bugs
inside and the air conditioning out.
In business, you control which doors the public and your trusted employees can access, and when.
A school kitchen and dispensary won’t be accessible to kids because only the staff know the code for the doors.
Stockrooms can be kept open while the stocking happens-- and locked with limited access the rest of the time.
As for security, an electric strike is impenetrable when used with a magnetic lock. The electric strike is an essential element of security, keeping the lock in place.
How does an electric door strike work?
The security of a door comes from three elements: the lock set, the door knob or handle, and the strike. Door knobs and levers work by pulling in the latch bolt of
the lock set so we can open a door, because otherwise the door strike holds the latch bolt in place.
As we mentioned above, the magic of electric strikes is in their controllable keeper. Using low voltage, this keeper can be moved out of the way. This allows the door
to open without manual retraction of the latch bolt. The latch just rests in the electric strike. When you lock the electric strike, the keeper holds the latch in place.
The bolt or latch has to be set in dead-lock: permanently extended and can’t be pushed back.
Most lock sets work with an electric strike, although you may need to install a new lock set to suit your purposes.
Types of electric strikes and how to select the right electric strikes for your home or business
Your choice of electric strike depends on the lock you’ve got. If you’re also changing the lockset, your choice depends on the door’s type and purpose.
Think about the application and operation requirements. For example, a security upgrade for your main entrance may do better with a switch from a cylindrical
lockset to a deadbolt in addition to the electric strike, or perhaps to a better cylindrical lock, at least.

  • What type of lockset have you got?

JMAC.com specializes in security systems, so the locks pictured here are all electrified or have secure keyless entry features. Click on each image for more
information about that product. You would recognize these types of locks in your home or business.

Rim exits are often used in steel/wrought iron gates and in panic exits, while cylindrical, mortise and deadbolts are common in homes and places of business.
Each type of lockset has its corresponding electric strike.

Cylindrical

Mortise

Deadbolt

Rim Exit

  • What type of door is it? Single? Double? What’s the door material and the dimensions of the locks?

Electric strikes only work with single action inward OR outward opening doors. For double action swing-through doors, consider other locking options: solenoid bolts,
magnetic shear locks or double action electric latches.

There are strikes suitable for nearly all door styles and materials, from timber, steel, aluminum to even the problematic uPVC.

  • What level of security do you need?

Light, Medium, High Holding Force

The electric strike is the source of mechanical control that keeps your doorway secure, keeping the lock in place. So electric strikes have varying strength, called
the “holding force,” for different levels of security. But even those labeled “light” are strong enough, with 1200lb holding force.

· Light: usually without holding force, runs on AC and used for low cost door entry systems

· Medium: 1,000lb + holding force, guaranteed two to three years

· High: 3000lb + holding force, guaranteed up to five years

Grading

Depending on your security requirements, and how much usage your doorway will have, you’ll need door hardware and electric strikes all with the same grading.
Grade 1 is the highest-- strikes and hardware go through cycle testing and static and dynamic strength testing to determine their grade.

If you need your doorway to meet a specific grading, choose all hardware with the same grading. Otherwise your access point simply takes the rating of the product
with the lowest grading. Your whole entryway is dragged down by its weakest point. See below for details on the grading for electric strikes.

  • Would you need to monitor the lock/strike?

See the status of your door: “Door closed and latched” or “Door closed and bolted.” Most manufacturers offer monitor strike kits and door status sensors for some
models of their strikes.

  • What power supply unit (PSU) is available (AC? DC?), or what would you install?

AC and DC electric strikes

AC voltage is only available for fail secure. It makes the familiar “buzz” sound when the power is activated. Fail safe units are always run under DC power.

DC electric strikes are a better fit for more security, using a continuous and silent power supply both for fail safe and fail secure setups. DC fail-secure doors only
make a click when opened. If you want the buzzing sound, you can install a buzzer.

Historically, electric strikes used AC power. The buzz from releasing the lock of these fail-secure electric strikes coined the term, “buzzing someone in.”

Power Supply Units

Make sure you get the correct specification and match the PSU’s voltage with the strike’s tolerances. Avoid long and thin wire runs and always take into account
what else is using the same PSU.

Fail secure and fail safe

Electric strikes have two configurations, fail-secure and fail-safe. New technology has made it possible for rapid switching between the two.

Put simply, fail safe needs power to lock. The door is open by default, the strike in an unlocked position. Fail secure needs power to unlock. The door is closed by
default, the strike in a locked position.

Fail secure electric strikes are the most commonly used for security and power conservation. Power is applied to open the door. This power is activated through
keys, codes, cards or buttons operated by authorized people, i.e., you and your neighbors if you’re in an apartment building.

Fail safe electric strikes are often used for stairwells so that during a power failure or a fire alarm, people can get out and firefighters/emergency crew can come in
without needing keys or access codes and cards.

Electric strike vs. magnetic locks?

There’s some confusion about electric strikes and magnetic locks. There should be no ‘versus’ between them. They work together.

Magnetic locks are awesome locking devices. They’re strong. Unbeatable. But they’re always fail-safe. They’re always on DC power-- they need that power to
stay locked.

Without power, the door opens.

This is where an electric strike comes in. A fail secure electric strike would keep a door locked even when the power goes out.

Remember that electric strikes are NOT locking devices by themselves. An electromagnetic lock takes care of that security instead. One of the best access
control setups is an electric strike and an electromagnetic lock together.

Grading, Quality Regulation For Electric Strikes

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI), Builder's Hardware Manufacturers Association (BHMA), and Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) make sure
performance and durability levels of your electric strikes are up to the standards they’ve established.

When you look at locksets and electric strikes, you’d see Grades 1, 2 or 3. Grade 1 is the highest.

The following tests determine the grading of electric strikes:

  • Cycle testing - electric strike is cycled with compatible hardware at a rate not to exceed 30 cycles per minute
  • Static strength testing - with the electric strike in the locked position, continuous force is applied to a specified point on a door at a rate not slower than 10 pounds-force (44N) nor faster than 20 pounds-force (90 N) per second until the rated static strength is reached and held for 1 minute prior to separation
  • Dynamic strength testing - a ram is used to deliver 5 impacts at a specified point on a door at the rated dynamic strength

How To Install Electric Strikes: Tips, Tools and Electronics

Electric strikes are easy enough to install-- all you need are the right information and the right tools. This section is a general guide. Refer to your installation guide
for specific instructions for your specific electric strike.

1. Make sure you've made the right choice for the purposes of your electric strike.

  • See the selection how-to in this guide.
  • Is your chosen electric strike strong and durable enough?
  • Is it a match for the lockset, whether it's an existing or a new one? If you have double-doors, is the mullion or inactive door a good fit for the strike?
  • Do you have the correct voltage from your power supply?
  • What does your application need, fail secure or fail safe? Have you picked the matching strike?

2. Familiarize yourself with the specific model you are about to install. Read the manufacturer's installation template and instructions. Chat with the supplier to
make sure you get everything you need for the installation.

3. Gather your tools together.

  • protective glasses/shield
  • a drop cloth to catch debris
  • masking tape - to mark off measurements and to protect the frame during cutting
  • reciprocating saw - for use if you have a hollow metal and aluminum frame; a power saw with a blade that alternates between forward and backward movement.
  • die grinder - for use if you have concrete-filled metal frames or hollow
  • dremel - slow but sure and clean, for smaller cuts, repetitive surface cuts
  • jig saw - for cutting curved and irregular lines
  • wood chisel, or a router - to hollow out the surface, to create the holes you need for installation

4. Mark off the dimensions needed in the door frame.

5. Match your cutting tool to your material, and make the required cuts in the frame according to your electric strike's installation guide and the
anatomy of your electric strike.

Make the measurements and necessary tool prep according to:

· the faceplate - has the mounting holes for securing the strike to the frame. Determines the height and width dimensions of your cuts, also the shape
of the corners: square or round

· the keeper - determines the depth and placement of your strike to match the placement of the lock’s bolt or latch

· the lip - bridges the gap between the faceplate and the edge of the door frame and provides a path for the latch to enter or exit the electric strike. You
might need lip extensions for certain frames and mounts

  • Metal frames
    • Metal frames usually have strike preps
    • Cut out the ANSI specified extension 'lip' of the frame
    • If you need to cut the dust box to make room for the strike, cut only the bottom section and don't alter the welded mounting tab sections
    • If no strike preps is pre-installed, or if the ANSI dust box is completely removed, install mounting tabs in the frame
    • If the frame is hollow, inserting the strike would be easy
    • If the metal frame is concrete-filled, hollow out a space for your electric strike

  • Wood frames
    • Hollow out a space large enough for the electric strike
    • Cut inside the lines, leaving enough margin that you can simply chisel or file away for a clean cutout
    • The strength of your electric strike depends on how strong it's secured to the wood: select a strike with a longer face plate so that the mounting screws have a
    • good distance from the strike cutout and a good space to be strongly anchored to the wood.

  • Aluminum frames
    • You may need to add an extended lip to the front of the electric strike to accommodate the longer reveal (the distance between the strike and the frame face),
    • in the case of strikes that need to be installed a distance away from the edge of the frame

  • Surface-mounted
    • You may need face plates to accommodate the clearance between the housing cover of the exit device and the frame

  • Inactive door mounting on double doors
    • Similar to wood and metal installations
    • There are electric strikes for this specific application.
    • To bring power to the electric strike, install an electrified hinge or power cord for a power transfer from the frame to the door, and then drill a horizontal hole
    • in the door and install power leads there toward the electric strike cutout

6. Electronics, power sources, voltage and current

  • The longer a current has to travel, the less voltage and amperage (strength) it packs. Keep conduction (wiring) short. If the wiring has to be longer, it has to have
  • a larger gauge to avoid voltage drops and problems with your electric strike.
  • Double check and triple check that you’ve got the correct specifications for your PSU and voltage.
  • Exceed the required current and amperage with a margin of 20-25% to make up for voltage or current loss due to conduction.
  • Relay switch
    • Fail secure electric strikes are commonly in an open switch configuration, since the strike is locked without power. The circuit closing unlocks the strike.
    • Fail safe electric strikes are in a closed switch configuration to continuously provide power and keep the strike locked. The strike is unlocked without power
    • when the circuit is opened.

Electric Strikes Brands, Series and Models

JMAC.com supplies the highest-quality major brands for electric strikes and locksets. Visit your chosen model’s page and we’ve got their installation
instructions and other data sheets. In case it’s not there, the brand and series guide below has links to the official pages from their own websites.

HES Hachett Entry Systems

HES 1006 Series

HES 4500C Series

- versatile (for all locksets)

- metal and wood frames

- Grade 1

- windstorm resistant

- fire rated

- outdoor rated

- windstorm resistant

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

Standard Features

  • Stainless steel construction
  • Tamper resistant
  • Static strength 3070 lbs. (fail secure)
  • Dynamic strength 350 ft-lbs. (fail secure)
  • Endurance 1,000,000 cycles
  • Fail secure (standard)
  • Dual voltage 12 or 24VDC continuous duty
  • Non-handed
  • Internally mounted solenoid
  • Accommodates up to 1" deadbolt
  • Plug-in connector
  • Full keeper shims for horizontal adjustment
  • Trim enhancer
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • Fail Safe
  • LBM - Latchbolt monitor
  • LBSM - Latchbolt strike monitor
  • 27 interchangeable faceplate options (monitor switches may not work with all faceplate options)

HES 1006 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

- cylindrical locksets

- mortise locksets without deadbolts

- metal and wood frames

- Grade 1

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

- field selectable (fail secure/fail safe)

Standard Features

  • Stainless steel construction
  • Tamper resistant
  • Static strength 3,000 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 100 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance 1,000,000 cycles
  • Field selectable fail safe/fail secure
  • Dual voltage 12 or 24 VAC/VDC
  • Two faceplates provided to accommodate a variety of locksets
  • Non-handed
  • Internally mounted solenoid
  • Accommodates up to a 3/4" latchbolt
  • Strike body depth 1-3/8"
  • Plug-in connector
  • Trim enhancer
  • Full keeper shims for horizontal adjustment
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • LBM - Latchbolt monitor
  • LBSM - Latchbolt strike monitor

HES 4500C Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

HES 5000 Series

HES 5200 Series

- cylindrical locksets

- specialty locksets

- metal and wood frames

- Grade 1

- outdoor rated

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

- field selectable (fail secure/fail safe)

Standard Features

  • Tamper resistant
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance 500,000 cycles
  • Field selectable fail secure/ fail safe
  • Dual voltage 12 or 24 VDC/VAC
  • Non-handed
  • Internally mounted solenoid
  • Accommodates 1/2" - 5/8" latchbolt (5/8" with 1/8" door gap)
  • Strike body depth 1-1/16"
  • Plug-in connector
  • Trim enhancer included
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • LBM - Latchbolt monitor

HES 5000 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

- cylindrical locksets

- specialty locksets

- metal and wood frames

- Grade 1

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

- field selectable (fail secure/fail safe)

Standard Features

  • Tamper resistant
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance 500,000 cycles
  • Field selectable fail secure/ fail safe
  • Dual voltage 12 or 24 VDC/VAC
  • Non-handed
  • Internally mounted solenoid
  • Accommodates 5/8" - 3/4" latchbolt (3/4" with 1/8" door gap)
  • Strike body depth 1-1/16"
  • Plug-in connector
  • Trim enhancer included
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • LBM - Latchbolt monitor
  • LBSM - Latchbolt strike monitor

HES 5200 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

HES 7000 Series

HES 7500 Series

- cylindrical locksets

- rim exit devices

- metal and wood frames

- Grade 1

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

- field selectable (fail secure/fail safe)

Standard Features

  • Stainless steel construction
  • Tamper resistant
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs. (791 and 792 options)
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs. (791 and 792 options)
  • Static strength 1,000 lbs. (783S, 786S and 789S options)
  • Dynamic strength 50 ft-lbs. (783S, 786S and 789S options)
  • Endurance 500,000 cycles
  • Field selectable fail secure/fail safe
  • Accommodates pre-load (fail secure only)
  • Horizontal adjustment
  • Non-handed
  • Internally mounted solenoid
  • Strike body depth 1-11/16"
  • Plug-in connector
  • Trim enhancer (791 and 792 options)
  • Pocket adapter (786S and 789S options)
  • Three year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • LBM - Latchbolt monitor

HES 7000 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

- cylindrical locksets

- metal and wood frames

- Grade 1

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

- field selectable (fail secure/fail safe)

Standard Features

  • Stainless steel construction
  • Tamper resistant
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance 500,000 cycles
  • Field selectable fail safe/fail secure
  • Accommodates pre-load (fail secure only)
  • Keeper shims for horizontal adjustment
  • Non-handed
  • Internally mounted solenoid
  • Strike body depth 1-11/16"
  • Plug-in connector
  • Trim enhancer
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • LBM - Latchbolt monitor

HES 7501 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

HES 8000 Series

HES 8300 Series

- cylindrical locksets

- metal and wood frames

- Grade 1

- outdoor rated

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

- field selectable (fail secure/fail safe)

Standard Features

  • No cutting on frame required
  • Vertical adjustability to accommodate door sag and misalignment
  • Tamper resistant
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance 500,000 cycles
  • Field selectable fail safe/fail secure
  • Dual voltage 12 or 24 VDC/VAC
  • Non-handed
  • Internally mounted solenoid
  • Accommodates 1/2"-5/8" cylindrical latchbolt (5/8" with 1/8" door gap)
  • Strike body depth 1-1/16"
  • Strike body width decreased to 1-7/16" to increase frame compatibility
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • LBM - Latchbolt monitor

HES 8000 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

- cylindrical locksets

- metal and wood frames

- Grade 1

- outdoor rated

- fire rated

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

- field selectable (fail secure/fail safe)

Standard Features

  • Falls within the guidelines for retrofit into fire-rated frames
  • No cutting on frame required
  • Vertical adjustability to accommodate door sag and misalignment
  • Tamper resistant
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance 500,000 cycles
  • Field selectable fail safe/fail secure
  • Non-handed
  • Accommodates 1/2"-5/8" cylindrical latchbolt (5/8" with 1/8" door gap)
  • Strike body depth 1-1/16"
  • Plug-in connector
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • LBM - Latchbolt monitor

HES 8300 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

HES 8500 Series

HES 9400 Series

- mortise locksets without deadbolts

- metal and wood frames

- fire rated

- outdoor rated

- Grade 1

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

- field selectable (fail secure/fail safe)

Standard Features

  • No cutting of the face of the frame
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Tamper resistant
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs
  • Endurance 500,000 cycles
  • Field selectable fail safe / fail secure
  • Dual voltage 12 or 24 VDC/VAC
  • Non-handed
  • Metal or Wood Frame
  • Internally mounted solenoid
  • Accommodates 3/4” mortise latchbolts
  • Strike body depth 1-5/16”
  • Plug-in connector
  • Full pocket shims for horizontal adjustment
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • 4 faceplate options
  • Three deadlatch platforms to work with all major
  • mortise locksets
  • LBM - Latchbolt Monitor
  • LBSM - Latchbolt Strike Monitor

HES 8500 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

- rim exit devices

- metal and wood frames

- outdoor rated

- Grade 1

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

- field selectable (fail secure/fail safe)

Standard Features

  • Installs in metal and wood frames
  • Completely surface mounted
  • Decorative cover for sleek new look
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Tamper resistant
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance 500,000 cycles
  • 1/8" spacer plate included
  • Field selectable fail safe/fail secure
  • Dual voltage 12 or 24 VDC
  • Horizontal adjustment
  • Non-handed
  • Internally mounted solenoid
  • Accommodates up to 1/2" Pullman latch
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • LBM - Latchbolt monitor
  • LBSM - Latchbolt strike monitor

HES 9400 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

HES 9500 Series

HES 9600 Series

- rim exit devices

- metal and wood frames

- outdoor rated

- fire rated

- Grade 1

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

- field selectable (fail secure/fail safe)

Standard Features

  • Installs in metal or wood frames
  • Separate base and decorative cover for easy adjustments
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Tamper resistant
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance 1,000,000 cycles
  • Field selectable fail safe/fail secure
  • Dual voltage 12 or 24 VDC
  • Horizontal adjustability
  • Non-handed
  • Internally mounted solenoid
  • Accommodates up to 3/4" Pullman latch
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • LBM - Latchbolt monitor
  • LBSM - Latchbolt strike monitor

HES 9500 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

- rim exit devices

- metal and wood frames

- outdoor rated

- windstorm resistant

- Grade 1

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

- field selectable (fail secure/fail safe)

Standard Features

  • Installs in metal or wood frames
  • Separate base and cover for easy adjustments
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Tamper resistant
  • Static strength 2,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 120 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance 1,000,000 cycles
  • Field selectable fail safe/fail secure
  • Dual voltage 12 or 24 VDC
  • Horizontal adjustment
  • Non-handed
  • Internally mounted solenoid
  • Accommodates up to 3/4" Pullman latch
  • Five-year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • LBM - Latchbolt monitor
  • LBSM - Latchbolt strike monitor

HES 9600 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

HES 9700 Series

- rim exit devices

- metal and wood frames

- outdoor rated

- fire rated

- windstorm resistant

- Grade 1

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

- field selectable (fail secure/fail safe)

Standard Features

  • Separate base and decorative cover for easy adjustments
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Tamper resistant
  • Static strength 2,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 120 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance 1,000,000 cycles
  • Field selectable fail secure/fail safe
  • Dual voltage 12 or 24 VDC
  • Horizontal adjustment
  • Non-handed
  • Internally mounted solenoid
  • Five-year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • LBM - Latchbolt monitor
  • LBSM - Latchbolt strike monitor

HES 9700 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

For more details on the HES electric strikes, go here.

To browse the HES electric strikes on JMAC.com, go here.

Folger Adam Electric Strikes

Folger Adam 310 Series

Folger Adam 310-4 Series

- mortise locks without deadbolts

- mortise locks with deadbolts

- cylindrical locksets

- fire rated

- Grade 1

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

Standard Features

  • Tamper resistant, heavy-duty construction
  • Constructed entirely of stainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance rating 500,000 cycles
  • Horizontally adjustable keeper to allow for door and frame misalignment
  • 1/2" keeper depth (310-2)
  • Non-handed
  • Fail Secure (standard)
  • Plug-in connector
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • Fail Safe
  • LCBMA - Latchbolt & Locking Cam Monitor with Auxiliary Switch (all except 310-2 3/4OB)

Folger Adams 310 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

- rim exit devices

- fire rated

- Grade 1

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

Standard Features

  • Integrated shim for quick customization of faceplate thickness (1/2" to 3/4")
  • Tamper resistant, heavy-duty construction
  • Constructed entirely of stainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance rating 500,000 cycles
  • Integrated ramps for better deadlatch handling
  • Set screws for horizontal lockdown
  • In-frame horizontal adjustability
  • Wider faceplate (1-3/4”) for greater versatility
  • Non-handed
  • Fail Secure (standard)
  • Plug-in connector
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • Fail Safe
  • LCBMA - Latchbolt & Locking Cam Monitor with Auxiliary Switch

Folger Adams 310-4 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

Folger Adam 310-4-X Series

Folger Adam 310-6 Series

- specialty locksets

- Grade 1

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

Standard Features

  • Tamper resistant, heavy-duty construction
  • Constructed entirely of stainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance 500,000 cycles
  • Adjustable keeper to allow for door and frame misalignment
  • Pullman keeper
  • Non-handed
  • Fail Secure (standard)
  • Plug-in connector
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • Fail Safe
  • LCBMA - Latchbolt & Locking Cam Monitor with Auxiliary Switch

Folger Adams 310-4-X Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

- specialty locksets

- Grade 1

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

Standard Features

  • Tamper resistant, heavy-duty construction
  • Constructed entirely of stainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance 500,000 cycles
  • Adjustable keeper to allow for door and frame misalignment
  • Non-handed
  • Fail Secure (standard)
  • Plug-in connector
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • Fail Safe
  • LCBMA - Latchbolt & Locking Cam Monitor with Auxiliary Switch

Folger Adams 310-6 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

Folger Adam 700 Series

Folger Adam 742 Series

- mortise locks without deadbolts

- cylindrical locksets

- fire rated

- Grade 1

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

Standard Features

  • Tamper resistant, heavy-duty construction
  • Constructed entirely of stainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Horizontally adjustable keeper to allow for door and frame misalignment
  • 1/2” keeper depth (712 and 732)
  • 3/4" keeper depth (712-75 and 732-75
  • Non-handed
  • Fail Secure (standard)
  • Plug-in connector
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • Fail Safe
  • LBMLCM - Latchbolt & Locking Cam Monitor

Folger Adams 700 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

- mortise locks without deadbolts

- cylindrical locksets

- fire rated

- Grade 1

- UL 1034 Burglary Listed

Standard Features

  • Tamper resistant, heavy-duty construction
  • Constructed entirely of stainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance 500,000 cycles
  • Horizontally adjustable keeper to allow for door and frame misalignment
  • Deadlatch tabs included
  • 3/4" keeper depth
  • Non-handed
  • Fail Secure (standard)
  • Plug-in connector
  • Full keeper shim
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • Fail Safe
  • LBMLCM - Latchbolt & Locking Cam Monitor

Folger Adams 742 Series instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

For more details on the Folger Adam electric strikes, go here.

To browse the Folger Adam electric strikes on JMAC.com, go here.

Adams Rite 7100, 7101 Electric Strikes

Adams Rite 7110, 7111 Electric Strikes

- deadlatches, cylindrical locks

- aluminum frames and stiles

- Grade 1

- field convertible (fail safe or fail secure)

- ANSI/UL 1034 Burglary Listed

Specifications:

Fail-Safe/Fail-Secure: Field convertible from one mode to the other. However, AC intermittent solenoid must not be used continuously in either.

Case: Approximately 1” x 3-3/8” x 1-5/8” deep.

Strike Lip: Basic 7100 strike has lip of proper length for 1-3/4” thick door that closes flush with jamb edge. Where door thickness or jamb shape differs from this standard relationship, lip extension kits are available, specified by last dash number. Not available on 7101.

Strike Opening: 5/8” x 1-7/16” x 1/2” deep. Bolt retainer jaw is stainless steel. Strike accepts bolt of any Adams Rite 4500, 4700 (discontinued), or 4900 Deadlatch or cylindrical latches.

Faceplate: Measures 1-1/4” x 4-7/8”. 7100 has flat faceplate; 7101 is radiused to match nose on inactive leaf in a pair of narrow stile glass doors. Available in a wide range of architectural finishes.

Voltage: Available in 12 or 24 volt AC and DC. DC continuous units are silent, AC intermittent units “buzz” on operation.

Options:

  • Available with two monitoring signal switches which sense whether latch bolt is in strike and whether strike jaw is blocked.
  • Choice of mounting in AC and DC for intermittent or continuous duty.
  • 7100 Electric Strike (flat faceplate) available with extended strike lip.
  • Specify assembled for either fail-secure (locked when unpowered) or fail-safe (locked when powered) operation, but can be field converted to the other mode.
  • 4603 Rectifier – converts AC to DC, installs in low voltage line between transformer and strike. Rated 2 amps (200 PIV)
  • 4605 Transformer – converts 120VAC to 12/24 VAC.
  • Rated 40 Volt-amp output assures plenty of power for strike release.
  • Patented mounting bracket fits in knockout hole of standard junction boxes.
  • 4606 Transformer – Plug-in version for standard wall outlet.

Adams Rite 7100, 7101 Electric Strikes instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

- deadlatches, cylindrical locksets

- aluminum, hollow metal, wood

- Grade 1

- field convertible (fail safe or fail secure)

- ANSI/UL 1034 Burglary Listed

Specifications:

Fail-Safe/Fail-Secure: Field convertible from one mode to the other. However, AC intermittent solenoid must not be used continuously in either.

Case: Approximately 1” x 3-3/8” x 1-5/8” deep.

Strike Lip: Basic 7110 strike has lip of proper length for 1-3/4” thick door that closes flush with jamb edge. Where door thickness or jamb shape differs from this standard relationship, lip extension kits are available, specified by last dash number (see catalog page).

Strike Opening: 5/8” x 1-7/16” x 1/2” deep. Bolt retainer jaw is stainless steel. Strike accepts bolt of any Adams Rite 4500, 4700 (discontinued), or 4900 Deadlatch or cylindrical latches.

Faceplate: Faceplate for 7110 measures 1-7/16” x 7-15/16”. 7111 faceplate measures 1-7/16” x 10-1/4”. Available in a wide range of architectural finishes.

Voltage: Available in 12 or 24 volt AC and DC. DC continuous units are silent, AC intermittent units “buzz” on operation.

Options:

  • Available with two monitoring signal switches which sense whether latch bolt is in strike and whether strike jaw is blocked.
  • Choice of voltage in AC and DC for intermittent or continuous duty.
  • Specify assembled for either fail-secure (locked when unpowered) or fail-safe (locked when powered) operation, but can be field converted to the other mode.
  • Model 7110 and 7111 are identical except for their faceplate length.
  • 4603 Rectifier – converts AC to DC, installs in low voltage line between transformer and strike. Rated 2 amps (200 PIV)
  • 4605 Transformer – converts 120VAC to 12/24 VAC. Rated 40 Volt-amp output assures plenty of power for strike release.
  • Patented mounting bracket fits in knockout hole of standard junction boxes.
  • 4606 Transformer – Plug-in version for standard wall outlet.

Adams Rite 7110, 7111 Electric Strikes instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

Adams Rite 7130, 7131 Electric Strikes

Adams Rite 7140 Electric Strikes

- deadlatches, cylindrical locks

- aluminum frames and stiles

- Grade 1

- field convertible (fail safe or fail secure)

- ANSI/UL 1034 Burglary Listed

Specifications:

Fail-Safe/Fail-Secure: Field convertible from one mode to the other. However, AC intermittent solenoid must not be used continuously in either.

Case: Approximately 1” x 3-3/8” x 1-5/8” deep.

Strike Lip: Basic 7130 strike has lip of proper length for 1-3/4” thick door that closes flush with jamb edge. Where door thickness or jamb shape differs from this standard relationship, lip extension kits are available, specified by last dash number. Not available for 7131.

Strike Opening: 5/8” x 1-7/16” x ½” deep. Bolt retainer jaw is stainless steel. Strike accepts bolt of any Adams Rite 4500, 4700 (discontinued), or 4900 Deadlatch or cylindrical latches.

Faceplate: Measures 1-1/4” x 6-7/8”. 7130 has flat faceplate, 7131 is radiused to match nose on inactive leaf in a pair of narrow stile glass doors. Available in a wide range of architectural finishes.

Voltage: Available in 12 or 24 volt AC and DC. DC continuous units are silent, AC intermittent units “buzz” on operation.

Options:

  • Choice of mounting in AC and DC for intermittent or continuous duty.
  • 7130 (flat faceplate) available with extended strike lips.
  • Specify assembled for either fail-secure (locked when unpowered) or fail-safe (locked when powered) operation, but can be field converted to the other mode.
  • 4603 Rectifier – converts AC to DC, installs in low voltage line between transformer and strike. Rated 2 amps (200 PIV)
  • 4605 Transformer – converts 120VAC to 12/24 VAC. Rated 40 Volt-amp output assures plenty of power for strike release.
  • Patented mounting bracket fits in knockout hole of standard junction boxes.
  • 4606 Transformer – Plug-in version for standard wall outlet.

Adams Rite 7130, 7131 Electric Strikes instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

- deadlatches, cylindrical locks

- hollow metal, wood

- Grade 1

- field convertible (fail safe or fail secure)

- ANSI/UL 1034 Burglary Listed

Specifications:

Fail-Safe/Fail-Secure: Field convertible from one mode to the other. However, AC intermittent solenoid must not be used continuously in either.

Case: Approximately 1” x 3-3/8” x 1-5/8” deep. Zinc aluminum alloy.

Strike Lip: Basic 7140 strike has lip of proper length for 1-3/4” thick door that closes flush with jamb edge. Where door thickness or jamb shape differs from this standard relationship, lip extension kits are available, specified by last dash number.

Strike Opening: 5/8” x 1-7/16” x 1/2” deep. Bolt retainer jaw is stainless steel. Strike accepts bolt of any Adams Rite 4500, 4700 (discontinued), or 4900 Deadlatch or cylindrical latches.

Faceplate: Measures 1-1/4 x 4-7/8” Faceplate is flat, with square corners. Available in a wide range of architectural finishes.

Voltage: Available in 12 or 24 volt AC and DC. DC continuous units are silent, AC intermittent units “buzz” on operation.

Options:

  • Choice of mounting in AC and DC for intermittent or continuous duty.
  • 7140 Electric Strike (flat faceplate) available with extended strike lip.
  • Specify assembled for either fail-secure (locked when unpowered) or fail-safe (locked when powered) operation, but can be field converted to the other mode.
  • 4603 Rectifier – converts AC to DC, installs in low voltage line between transformer and strike. Rated 2 amps (200 PIV)
  • 4605 Transformer – converts 120VAC to 12/24 VAC. Rated 40 Volt-amp output assures plenty of power for strike release.
  • Patented mounting bracket fits in knockout hole of standard junction boxes.
  • 4606 Transformer – Plug-in version for standard wall outlet.

Adams Rite 7140 Electric Strikes instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

Adams Rite 7160 Electric Strikes

Adams Rite 7170 Electric Strikes

- mortise, cylindrical

- aluminum frames and stiles

- Grade 1

- field convertible (fail safe or fail secure)

- ANSI/UL 1034 Burglary Listed

Specifications:

Fail-Safe/Fail-Secure: Field convertible from one mode to the other. However, AC intermittent solenoid must not be used continuously in either.

Case: Approximately 1” x 3-3/8” x 1-7/8” deep.

Strike Lip: Basic 7160 strike has lip of proper length for 1-3/4” thick door that closes flush with jamb edge. Where door thickness or jamb shape differs from this standard relationship, lip extension kits are available, specified by last dash number.

Strike Opening: 3/4” x 1-7/16” x 5/8” deep. Bolt retainer jaw is stainless steel. Strike location must be centered on latchbolt.

Faceplate: Measures 1-1/4 x 4-7/8” Faceplate is flat, with radiused corners. Available in a wide range of architectural finishes.

Voltage: Available in 12 or 24 volt AC and DC. DC continuous units are silent, AC intermittent units “buzz” on operation.

Options:

  • Available with two monitoring signal switches which sense whether latch bolt is in strike and whether strike jaw is blocked.
  • Choice of voltage in AC and DC for intermittent or continuous duty.
  • Specify assembled for either fail-secure (locked when unpowered) or fail-safe (locked when powered) operation, but can be field converted to the other mode.
  • 4603 Rectifier – converts AC to DC, installs in low voltage line between transformer and strike. Rated 2 amps (200 PIV)
  • 4605 Transformer – converts 120VAC to 12/24 VAC. Rated 40 Volt-amp output assures plenty of power for strike release.
  • Patented mounting bracket fits in knockout hole of standard junction boxes.
  • 4606 Transformer – Plug-in version for standard wall outlet.

Adams Rite 7160 Electric Strikes instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

- mortise, cylindrical

- hollow metal, wood

- Grade 1

- field convertible (fail safe or fail secure)

- ANSI/UL 1034 Burglary Listed

Specifications:

Fail-Safe/Fail-Secure: Field convertible from one mode to the other. However, AC intermittent solenoid must not be used continuously in either.

Case: Approximately 1” x 3-3/8” x 1-7/8” deep.

Strike Lip: Basic 7170 strike has lip of proper length for 1-3/4” thick door that closes flush with jamb edge. Where door thickness or jamb shape differs from this standard relationship, lip extension kits are available, specified by last dash number.

Strike Opening: 5/8” x 1-7/16” x 5/8” deep. Bolt retainer jaw is stainless steel.

Faceplate: Measures 1-1/4 x 4-7/8” Faceplate is flat, with square corners. Available in a wide range of architectural finishes.

Voltage: Available in 12 or 24 volt AC and DC. DC continuous units are silent, AC intermittent units “buzz” on operation.

Options:

  • Available with two monitoring signal switches which sense whether latch bolt is in strike and whether strike jaw is blocked.
  • Choice of voltage in AC and DC for intermittent or continuous duty.
  • Specify assembled for either fail-secure (locked when unpowered) or fail-safe (locked when powered) operation, but can be field converted to the other mode.
  • 4603 Rectifier – converts AC to DC, installs in low voltage line between transformer and strike. Rated 2 amps (200 PIV)
  • 4605 Transformer – converts 120VAC to 12/24 VAC. Rated 40 Volt-amp output assures plenty of power for strike release. Patented mounting bracket fits in knockout hole of standard junction boxes.
  • 4606 Transformer – Plug-in version for standard wall outlet.

Adams Rite 7170 Electric Strikes instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

Adams Rite 7240 Fire-Rated Electric Strikes

Adams Rite 7270 Fire-Rated Electric Strikes

- cylindrical locksets

- hollow metal

- fire rated

- Grade 1

- ANSI/UL 1034 Burglary Listed

Specifications:

UL10C, CAN/ULC-S104, fire rated 3 hr.

Case: Approximately 1” x 3-3/8” x 1-5/8” deep.

Strike Lip: Basic 7240 strike has lip of proper length for 1-3/4” thick door that closes flush with jamb edge.

Strike Opening: 5/8” x 1-7/16” x 9/16” deep. Bolt retainer jaw and strike lip are stainless steel. Strike accepts bolt from a variety of latchsets.

Faceplate: Measures 1-1/4 x 4-7/8”. Faceplate is flat, with square corners.

Voltage: Available in 12 or 24 volt AC and DC. DC continuous units are silent, AC intermittent units “buzz” on operation.

Options:

  • Available with two monitoring signal switches which sense whether latch bolt is in strike and whether strike jaw is blocked.
  • Choice of voltage in AC and DC for intermittent or continuous duty.
  • Assembled for fail-secure (locked when unpowered) operation.
  • 4603 Rectifier – converts AC to DC, installs in low voltage line between transformer and strike. Rated 2 amps (200 PIV)
  • 4605 Transformer – converts 120VAC to 12/24 VAC. Rated 40 Volt-amp output assures plenty of power for strike release. Patented mounting bracket fits in knockout hole of standard junction boxes.
  • 4606 Transformer – Plug-in version for standard wall outlet.

Adams Rite 7160 Electric Strikes instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

- mortise, cylindrical locksets, no deadbolt

- hollow metal

- fire rated

- Grade 1

- ANSI/UL 1034 Burglary Listed

Specifications:

UL10C, CAN/ULC-S104, Fire rated 3 hr.

Case: Approximately 1” x 3-3/8” x 1-7/8” deep.

Strike Lip: Basic 7270 strike has lip of proper length for 1-3/4” thick door that closes flush with jamb edge.

Strike Opening: 3/4” x 1-7/16” x 5/8” deep. Bolt retainer jaw and strike lip are stainless steel. Strike accepts bolt from a variety of latchsets or mortise panic exit devices when it is centered on strike.

Faceplate: Measures 1-1/4” x 4-7/8”. Faceplate is flat, with square corners.

Voltage: Available in 12 or 24 volt AC and DC. DC continuous units are silent, AC intermittent units “buzz" on operation.

Options:

  • Available with two monitoring signal switches which sense whether latch bolt is in strike and whether strike jaw is blocked.
  • Choice of voltage in AC and DC for intermittent or continuous duty.
  • Assembled for fail-secure (locked when unpowered) operation.
  • 4603 Rectifier – converts AC to DC, installs in low voltage line between transformer and strike. Rated 2 amps (200 PIV)
  • 4605 Transformer – converts 120VAC to 12/24 VAC. Rated 40 Volt-amp output assures plenty of power for strike release. Patented mounting bracket fits in knockout hole of standard junction boxes.
  • 4606 Transformer – Plug-in version for standard wall outlet.

Adams Rite 7270 Electric Strikes instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

For more details on the Adams Rite electric strikes, go here.

To browse the Adams Rite electric strikes on JMAC.com, go here.

Alarm Controls Electric Strikes

AES-100 Electric Strike

AES-200 Electric Strike

  • Cylindrical locks
  • Steel, wood, aluminum frames

  • BHMA Grade 1
  • UL 1034 Burglary Resistant, 1500 lb. static strength
  • Static strength 70 ft-lbs. Dynamic strength endurance rating 500,000 UL tested, 1,500,000 factory tested
  • Strike depth 1-1/2"
  • Field selectable, fail safe/fail secure
  • Dual voltage 12/24 VAC or VDC, continuous duty operation on DC
  • Fully reversible for right or left hand doors\
  • Mounting kit includes two 4-7/8" stainless steel face plates (one round corner and one square corner)
  • Current draw 12 VAC 130mA, 24 VAC 70mA
  • Current draw 12 VDC 210mA, 24 VDC 105mA
  • 7-7/16" round corner strike plate available. Model number STR00004

Alarm Controls AES-100 Electric Strikes instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

  • Cylindrical locks
  • Steel, wood, aluminum frames

  • BHMA Grade 2
  • 1000 lb. static strength
  • Static strength 70 ft-lbs. Dynamic strength endurance rating 500,000 UL tested, 1,500,000 factory tested
  • Strike depth 1-1/2"
  • Field selectable, fail safe/fail secure
  • 5/8" throw
  • Adjustable keeper
  • Strike monitored with SPDT (1 form C), dry contacts
  • Field selectable, fail safe/fail secure
  • Universal 12 through 24VAC or VDC input
  • Fully reversible for right or left hand doors
  • Mounting kit includes two 4-7/8" stainless steel face plates (one round corner and one square corner)
  • Horizontally adjustable, pre-load capable
  • Built-in buzzer, sounds when voltage is applied
  • Current draw 12 VAC 200mA, 24 VAC 70mA
  • 7-7/16" round corner strike plate available. Model number STR00004

Alarm Controls AES-200 Electric Strikes instructions and dimensional drawings, download here.

For more details on the Alarm Controls electric strikes, go here.

To browse the Alarm Controls electric strikes on JMAC.com, go here and here.

SDC

15 Series Electric Strike

25 Series Electric Strike

The SDC 15 Series electric strike is designed for use with cylindrical or mortise locks with 5/8" latch, or up to 3/4" latch with 1/8'' door gap. All stainless steel parts.

  • 15-4S - SDC Failsecure Electric Strike for up to 3/4" Latch, 4-7/8” Radius Faceplate
  • 15-4F - SDC Failsafe Electric Strike for up to 3/4" Latch, 4-7/8” Radius Faceplate

Series Features

  • For use with 5/8'' latchbolt, or up to 3/4'' latchbolt with 1/8'' door gap
  • Specify of failsafe or failsecure
  • Non-handed
  • All stainless steel parts with durable die case body for corrosion resistance
  • 630 Satin stainless steel face plate
  • Specify 12VDC or 24VDC
  • Not recommended for wood applications

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

The SDC 25 Series electric strike is designed for use with cylindrical and mortise locksets with up to ⅝" (15mm) throw latchbolt. The compact low profile design with an internally mounted solenoid and factory supplied mounting tabs enable quick and easy installation where jamb space is limited. The heavy duty construction makes the 25 Series ideal for high traffic installations.

  • 25-4U - SDC Electric Strike for 5/8" Latch, Latch Position Status Output, Field Reversable Failsafe/Failsecure, 12/24VDC, 4-7/8” Square Corner Stainless Steel Faceplate

Series Features

  • Fail-Secure
  • Field reversible for failsafe operation
  • For 1/2” latch or 5/8” latch with 1/8” door gap
  • Latch status output, 3Amp - SPDT
  • Non-handed, reversible
  • All stainless steel parts with durable diecast body for corrosion resistance
  • 630 Stainless steel standard finish
  • Not recommended for wood applications

Datasheet and Installation, download here

30 Series Extra Heavy Duty

45 Series Universal Electric Strikes

The SDC 30-4 Series electric strike is designed for use with rim mount exit devices having pullman type latchbolts.

  • 30-4-12 - SDC Rim Mount Electric Strike for Exit Device w/ Pullman Type Latch, 9" H, 12VDC
  • 30-4-24 - SDC Rim Mount Electric Strike for Exit Device w/ Pullmant Type Latch, 9" H, 24VDC

Options: Failsafe; Latch monitor; Locking Cam Monitor; Rectifier for AC operation.

Series Features

  • All stainless steel for corrosion resistance and strength
  • Tamper resistant, heavy-duty construction
  • Set screws for adjustment lockdown
  • Milled ramps to better accommodate deadlatches
  • Integrated shim for quick customization of faceplate thickness (3/4" to 1/2")
  • In-frame horizontal adjustability
  • Pullman keeper
  • Non-handed, reversible
  • Failsecure (standard) Failsafe (optional)
  • ¾” keeper depth
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

The SDC 45 electric strike is designed for use with locksets with up to 3/4” latchbolts*. The quality construction makes the 45 series ideal for high traffic applications. The compact low profile design enables quick and easy installation where jamb space is limited.

Choose from a Universal Electric Strike package that includes three faceplates or standard strike package with choice of 4 different faceplates to accomodate virtually any application. Full monitoring is standard.

Series Features

  • For 5/8" latch or 3/4" latch with 1/8" door gap
  • Latch position status standard
  • Keeper closed & deadlocked/unlocked status standard
  • Field selectable failsecure - failsafe
  • Field selectable voltage, 12/24V AC/DC
  • 1/4" Horizontal alignment adjustment
  • Low profile, 1-3/16" deep
  • Plug-in wire connectors
  • Mounting tabs
  • Non-handed
  • All stainless steel parts with durable die cast body for corrosion resistance
  • Fewer moving parts for maximum life
  • Stainless steel standard with square corner faceplate
  • Aluminum standard with radius corner faceplate
  • ANSI/ BHMA A156.31, Grade 2

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

UniFLEX™ 55 Series Universal Application Strike

UniFLEX™ 55 Series heavy duty electric strikes are designed for installation in hollow metal frames for access control of cylindrical and mortise locksets and mortise exit devices. The choice of 6 application faceplates eliminates the need for centerline relocation, making them ideal for new or retrofit , high security access control applications.

  • Retrofits Existing ANSI 4-7/8” Strike Prep
  • Two Deadlocking Cams, Tested Up to 2500 lbs
  • No Centerline Relocation
  • No Hot Keeper, No Power Regulator
  • Field Reversible Failsafe/Failsecure
  • UL Listed 3 hour fire rated, Burglary Resistant

Series Features

  • For use with 5/8'' latchbolt, or up to 3/4'' latchbolt with 1/8'' door gap
  • Field changeable for failsafe or fail secure
  • Non-handed
  • All stainless steel parts with durable die case body for corrosion resistance
  • 12VDC/24VDC
  • 630 Satin stainless steel face plate
  • ANSI A156.31 compliant, Grade 1

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

For more details on the SDC electric strikes, go here.

To browse the SDC electric strikes on JMAC.com, go here.

TRINE

4100 Fire Rated Electric Strike

4800 Fire Rated

  • BHMA Grade 1 Electric Strike -- heavy duty construction, 1,000,000+ Life cycles -- 3,250+ lbs. Holding Force
  • Four popular faceplates included -- including the 4 most used faceplates in the box makes specifying and installing easy Covers 90%+ of Cylindrical & Mortise Lock configurations (without deadbolt), plus faceplates can be kept & used to help accomodate for door sag.
  • 1 - 3/8” Shallow backset -- the 4100 low profile electric strike can be used in 2” fire rated frames with 1/2” sheetrock ingress
  • Low Current Draw -- .240 Amp at 12DC makes it very PoE Friendly 12 & 24DC :: 12 through 24 AC. All the low voltage and amperage flexibility you need
  • The included CCTS covers the gap when retrofitting the HES® 1006, Folger Adams® 712/732, and Von Duprin® 6200 Series or even Trine EN Series strikes.No more ugly trim skirts. The CCTS always matches the faceplate finish.
  • Why cut for a deadbolt 100% of the time when they are only used 5% of the time.
  • Patented # US20110241361
  • Cutout Specification A115.1 (with Slight Jamb Modification)

Standards:

  • Class A, 3 Hour fire rated single door / frame configuration
  • WH recognized for UL10C, Fire Tests of Door Assemblies
  • UBC 7-2, Uniform building Code
  • CAN4 S104, Standard Method for Fire Tests of Door Assemblies
  • NFPA 252 - Issue: 1999/01/01 Standard Methods of Fire Tests of Door Assemblies
  • NOTE: WH fire listing is void when using fail safe action.
  • UL LISTED - 1034 Burglary Resistant
  • ANSI/BHMA A156.5 - 1992 - 4-7/8" x 1-1/4" Fits

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

3 Hour fire rated electric strike for use with surface mounted rim exit devices with 3/4" (or greater) throw. For use in new or replacement installations in wood or metal single door frames.

  • The cavity is completely open -- which means the 4800F allows for a full 3/4" depth and upto a 1" throw with the included two (2) spacer plates -- competitor backplates do not allow for this versatility.
  • Built-in electronics automatically allow 11 thru 28 AC & DC Voltage input -- with surge and kickback protection
  • Comes with Trines Patented 4-Pin Anchoring System.
  • Contains a one piece locking mechanism with one Solenoid -- less parts mean less problems.
  • Fail-safe/Fail-secure - field selectable (Like all electric strikes, it is not fire rated in Fail safe mode).
  • BHMA Grade 1 Electric Strike -- 1,500,000+ Life cycles -- 3,000+ lbs. Holding Force
  • No cutting or worrying about voltage means you are always prepared.

4800F Standards:

  • Class A, 3 Hour Single door / frame configuration
  • - UL10C, Fire Tests of Door Assemblies
  • - UBC 7-2, Uniform building Code
  • - CAN4 S104, Standard Method for Fire Tests of Door Assemblies NFPA 252
  • Issue: 1999/01/01 Standard Methods of Fire Tests of Door Assemblies
  • NOTE: WH fire listing is void when using fail safe action.
  • BHMA Grade 1 Electric Strike -- 1,500,000+ Life cycles -- 3,000+ lbs. Holding Force

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

4801 Electric Strike

4200 Electric Strikes

For use with the Yale Squarebolt ® or Corbin Russwin Securebolt ™ in new or replacement installations with wood or metal door frames.


Features:

  • This is a Grade 1 Strike -- 3/4” thick Surface Mount that comes with a 1/8” Spacer.
  • Built-in electronics automatically allow 11 thru 28 AC & DC Voltage input -- with surge and kickback protection
  • Comes with Trines Patented 6-Pin Anchoring System
  • Contains a one piece locking mechanism with one Solenoid -- less parts mean less problems.
  • Fail-safe/Fail-secure (field selectable).
  • No cutting or worrying about voltage means you are always prepared.

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

The 4200 has the tallest cavity in its class. This added height solves door sag and other alignment problems.problems.

  • 1 - 1/16" Shallow backset solves frame depth problems, like with glass store fronts.

  • The 4200 electric strike latch solves the auxillery latchpin problems many other electric strikes run into.

  • Grade 1 Electric Strike

  • 4 included faceplate sizes cover most installations with cylindrical locks and deadlatches (and the 4900).
  • Electric strike faceplates available in 6 finishes (the 5 powder coat colors and 32D)

  • Low Current Draw - .240 Amp at 12DC makes it very PoE Friendly

  • 12 & 24DC :: 12 through 24 AC

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

TRINE 4850 Electric Strikes

TRINE EN400CMRP

The most flexible electric strike for use with surface mounted rim exit devices with up to 1” (6 different thicknesses altogether)

4850 Features:

  • 1/2” thick Surface Mount that comes with a 1/4” and now with two (2) 1/16” Spacers (replaces the 1/8" spacer) -- the most versatile rim panic strike NOW provides the flexibility of 6 different sizes!
  • Cavity is completely open -- which means the 4850 allows for an incremental depth up to a 1" throw -- competitor backplates do not allow for this versatility.
  • Built-in electronics automatically allow 11 thru 28 DC Voltage input -- with surge and kickback protection
  • Comes with Trines Patented 6-Pin Anchoring System
  • Contains a one piece locking mechanism with one Solenoid -- less parts mean less problems.
  • Fail-safe/Fail-secure (field selectable).
  • BHMA Grade 1 Electric Strike -- 1,000,000+ Life cycles -- 1,500+ lbs. Holding Force
  • No cutting or worrying about voltage means you are always prepared.
  • Low Current Draw Available 4850PoE for 12DC and 4850LCD for 24DC
  • For a fire rated rim panic strike use the 4800F

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

The Outdoor gate solution comes with the gatebox. It handles Cylindrical and Mortise Locks, like the 400, and comes with the Latch so it can be used with Rim Panic Exit Devices, like the 400RP.

EN400CMRP Features:

  • Perfect for exterior doors and gates. CMRP includes the Gatebox, the RP Latch (for Rim Panics) and is 12 & 24 DC
  • Superior Strength -- 2,000+ lbs UL® tested.
  • Superior Life -- Durability of 1,000,000+ life cycles
  • Superior Application - Outdoor UL® rating allows the strike to be used anywhere - especially good for gates.
  • For a more traditional rim panic strike with the outdoor rating, please see the EN800 (3/4" thick) or the EN850 (1/2" thick)
  • Fail secure/Fail safe field reversible on DC units.
  • Grade 1 Strike -- Contains a one piece locking mechanism with one Solenoid -- less parts mean less problems.
  • Left and Right handing is field reversible.
  • Your go anywhere strike!

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

TRINE Enhanced 323478LC

TRINE 00 Series Light Commercial Electric Strikes

The enhanced Cylindrical lock solution as of 2013 now includes the 234X Faceplate and the 478-CCFP (competitor filler plate) in addition to the current tools already included Trine Solution. With the Patented horizontal adjustment feature -- Guaranteed not to move -- and the Smallest electric strike faceplate in the world, this 3000 Series strike is your universal ANSI solution.

323478LC Features:

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

00 Series Features:

  • Durability - 500,000 Life Cycles
  • Holding Force - 1000 lbs
  • Only 1 Moving Part in Locking Mechanism
  • Non Handed Operation
  • Heavy Duty Latch Spring
  • Fail Secure-Standard Action (Unlocks with Power)

001

For use in new or replacement installations in wood and metal jambs. For use with locksets having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

002

For use in new or replacement installations in wood and metal jambs Auxiliary lever ramps, or use with locksets which contain dead locking levers. Use with locksets having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

003

For surface mount installations, on wood or metal jambs, for in swinging applications with surface mount. Use with locksets and night latches having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8”door gap. When mounted on a pair of doors, strike is mounted to the inactive leaf.

004

For new or replacement installations in wood jambs. Use with locksets with individual deadbolts. Dead bolts cannot be released electrically. Use with locksets having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

005

For use in replacement installations in wood jambs and iron gates. Use with bored cylindrical locksets having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

HD005 - Screwed-on Faceplate and heavy duty latch pin provided for additional strength!

For use in replacement installations in wood jambs and iron gates. Use with bored cylindrical locksets having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap. This heavy duty light commercial electric strike is a step up from the standard 005 model.

S005

For use in replacement installations in wood jambs and iron gates. Use with bored cylindrical locksets having up to 3/4” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

006

For surface mount installations on metal or wood jambs, for in-swinging applications. Use with locksets or night latches having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap. When mounted on a pair or doors, strike is mounted to the inactive leaf.

007

For use in new or replacement installations in wood jambs. Use with locksets having up to 3/4” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

Trines 01 Series Electric Strikes

Trines 1000 Series Electric Strikes

012 Features:

  • Durability - 300,000 Life Cycles
  • Holding Force - 1200 lbs
  • Solid Brass Locking System
  • Cast Steel Latch
  • Heavy Duty Latch Spring
  • Solenoid Actuated

012

For new or replacement installations in metal jambs. Use with locksets having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap

014/014W Features:

  • Miniature Design
  • Die Cast Case
  • Solid Cast Latch - Chrome Plated
  • Non Handed
  • Heavy Duty Latch Spring

014

For new or replacement installations in metal jambs. Use with locksets having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

014W

For new or replacement installations in wood jambs. Use with locksets having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

1000 Series Features:

  • Durability - 500,000 Life Cycles.
  • Releases Under Slight Door Pre-Load.
  • Holding Force - 1000 lbs.
  • Tall Latch Cavity.
  • Non Handed Operation.
  • Screw Terminals - Quick Connection.

1001-2

For use in new or replacement installations in wood and metal jambs. For use with locksets having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

1002-2

For use in new or replacement installations in wood and metal jambs. Auxiliary lever ramps for use with locksets which contain dead locking levers. For use with locksets having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

Trines Adjustable 2000 Series Electric Strikes

2000 Series Features:

  • Allows adjustment for wider latch bolts & poorly aligned doors & locksets.
  • 1/8” Horizontal Latch Adjustment.
  • Releases Under Slight Door Pre-Load.
  • 500,000 Life Cycles -- Holding Force - 900 lbs.
  • Solid Cast Latch - Chrome Plated.
  • Non Handed Operation.
  • Screw Terminals - Quick Connection.

2001

For use in new or replacement wood or metal jamb installations with locksets having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

2002

For use in new or replacement aluminum or hollow metal jamb installations. Auxiliary lever ramps for use with locksets containing dead-locking levers. Use with latch bolts having up to 5/8” throw, Based on 1/8” door gap.

2002WR

For use in new or replacement aluminum or hollow metal jamb installations. Auxiliary lever ramps for use with locksets containing dead-locking levers. Use with locksets having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8”door gap.

2007

For use in new or replacement installations in metal jambs. Fits a standard 4-7/8” ANSI prep with little jamb modification. Use with locksets having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

2009

For use in new or replacement installations in metal jambs. Centerline of the latch is 3/8” below ANSI centerline for offset applications. Fits a standard 4-7/8” ANSI prep with little jamb modification. Use with locksets having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

2012

For use in new or replacement, aluminum or hollow, metal jamb installations with locksets having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

2678

For use in new or replacement, aluminum or hollow metal, jamb installations. Auxiliary lever ramps for use with locksets containing dead-locking levers. Useful when converting an MS Lock to a dead latch. Up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

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Rutherford Controls

Rutherford 0563 1/2" Rim Strike with Latch Monitor Option

Rutherford 0161 Centerline Latch Entry for Rim Exit Devices

- surface mount, pullman latch

- aluminum, hollow metal, wood

- field selectable fail safe/fail secure

- UL 1034 for 1500 lbs of static strength

Standard Features

  • Surface mounted - no frame cutting required
  • Includes two 1/8" spacers to accomodate all installations (5/8" & 3/4")
  • Conventional keeper design (one moving part) - promotes even load distribution
  • Lockdown holes for secure mount
  • High-grade stainless steel ensures superior strength and creates a sleek aesthetic
  • Non-handed - for use with right and left handed doors
  • Compatible with most Pullman latch exit devices
  • Accommodates exit devices with latch projections from 1/2"-3/4" (13mm-19mm)
  • Horizontal adjustment ensures proper latch positioning to compensate for door misalignments - up to 1/4" (6.4mm)
  • Auto-sensing 12-24VDC
  • Plug-in wire connector
  • Hex socket head cap screws for added support and tamper resistance
  • Installation tool included (hex key)

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

- aluminum, hollow metal, wood

- Rim Exit Devices

- field selectable fail safe/fail secure

- UL 1034 for 1500 lbs of static strength

Standard Features:

  • For Hollow Metal, Aluminum or Wood Frames
  • UL Listed to 1500 lbs. of static strength
  • Universal design accommodates most manufacturers' exit devices
  • The 1-5/8" deep electrical insert* may be horizontally adjusted after final installation to correct door misalignments without altering the original faceplate location
  • Extensive horizontal adjustment
  • Accommodates 1/2" to 3/4" Pullman latch projection
  • Fully reversible (non-handed)
  • 12VAC/DC or 24VAC/DC
  • 32D Brushed Stainless Steel finish
  • UL 1034 burglary resistant Listed

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

Rutherford 0162 Surface Mounted Rim Strike with Fire-Rated and/or Latch Monitor Option

- aluminum, hollow metal, wood

- Rim Exit Devices

- field selectable fail safe/fail secure

- UL 1034 for 1500 lbs of static strength

STANDARD FEATURES:

  • No frame cutting required - surface mounted
  • Higher grade stainless steel ensures superior keeper strength
  • Compatible with most major exit devices
  • Accommodates exit devices with latch projections from 1/2" to 3/4" (13mm - 19mm)
  • Ensure proper latch alignment with horizontal adjustment up to 1/4" (6.4mm) to compensate for door misalignments
  • Field selectable voltage input -12 or 24VDC and 12 to 24VAC (even 11 to 16VAC)
  • Horizontal solenoid prevents manipulation from vibration
  • Modular plug-in wire connectors
  • Selectively brushed stainless steel finish
  • Non-handed
  • Hex socket head cap screws for added support and tamper resistance
  • Mounting spacer included to provide enhanced latch engagement
  • Tamper resistant
  • Conventional keeper design - promotes even load distribution
  • Installation tool included (hex key)
  • Optional latch monitor

Datasheet and Installation, download here.

Rutherford F1 Heavy Duty Fire Labeled Series

Rutherford F2 Series Fire Rated Electric Strike

- aluminum, hollow metal, wood

- narrowline aluminum, cylindrical, mortise, mortise exit

- fire rated

- field selectable fail safe/fail secure

- UL 1034 for 1500 lbs of static strength

STANDARD FEATURES

  • Tamper-resistant "Pry-Guard" concealed behind the door frame increases strength and prevents manipulation by tool attack
  • "Saddle-Mount" housing design for enhanced strength and durability
  • Accommodates 1/2" (12.7mm), 5/8" (15.9mm), or 3/4" (19.1mm) latch projection (Pullman design not included)
  • Horizontal adjustment (up to 1/4" or 6.4 mm) relieves side-load pressure, ensuring proper latch alignment
  • Unique "Anti-Vibration" design prevents manipulation by vibration
  • Heavy-duty solid cast stainless steel housing design (32D)
  • Crossed wires are not a problem, as coil is not polarity sensitive
  • Energy efficient coil design
  • Internally mounted solenoid for easier installation
  • Non-handed for right or left-hand doors
  • Standard mounting tabs, shims and fasteners included
  • Fire labeled - UL 10C (1-1/2 hr.)
  • UL 1034 Burglary-resistant (highest level): Static Strength: 1500 lbs., Dynamic Strength: 70 ft. lbs.; Endurance rating: 250,000 cycles
  • Meets ANSI/BHMA A156.31 Grade 1
  • Fits frame cut-out for Folger Adam 712 (F1114) and 310-2 (F1119) and VonDuprin 6211(ANSI) (F1114) and 6215/6226 (F1119)
  • Fail-locked (fail secure) mode standard

Datasheet and Installation, download here

- aluminum, hollow metal, wood

- cylindrical, mortise, mortise exit

- fire rated

- field selectable fail safe/fail secure

- UL 1034 for 1500 lbs of static strength

- UL 10C (3 Hour) Fire Rated

STANDARD FEATURES

  • "Saw-tooth Adjustment Locator" design that allows the installer to move the deadbolt keeper, or plug and deadlatch ramp vertically to align with a wide variety of mortise locks with offset latches. There's no need to order special faceplates, you can adjust the strike to work with virtually any mortise lock type.
  • Heavy-duty stainless steel construction with 32D finish (Brushed stainless steel)
  • Up to 1500lbs (680kg) holding force
  • Fits frame cutout for HES 1006 (1003)
  • Accommodates ¾" latch projection
  • Centerline faceplate included for centerline latch entry
  • Horizontal adjustability up to 1/8" (3mm) for misaligned frames
  • Vertical Adjustability for precise deadbolt and latchbolt alignment
  • Adjustable deadbolt keeper and deadlatch ramp
  • Accommodates up to 1" deadbolt (Night-latch function only, bolt will not release)
  • Field selectable voltage input - Accommodates 12 or 24VDC and 12 to 24VAC
  • Anti-tamper security screws
  • All installation drivers included
  • Low current draw (0.19 Amps @24VDC)
  • "Cool Keeper" Solenoid located in house prevents keeper from heating up
  • Plug-in wire connector
  • Trim plate included
  • Adhesive paper template included
  • Non-handed
  • Fail-locked (fail secure) mode standard
  • Optional Latch Monitor kit

Datasheet and Installation, download here

Rutherford 4 Series Commercial Duty

Rutherford F4 Fire Labeled Series

- aluminum, hollow metal, wood

- narrowline aluminum, cylindrical, mortise, mortise exit

- field selectable fail safe/fail secure

- UL 1034 burglary resistant Listed

STANDARD FEATURES

  • Accommodates 3/4" latch projection (pullman design not included)
  • Enlarged latch cavity width allow compatibility with cylindrical, narrowline aluminum and centerline mortise locks (including 3-piece anti-friction type) and mortise exit devices
  • Unique anti-vibration design prevents manipulation by vibration
  • 1-1/2" cut-out depth accommodates most aluminum and wood frame profiles
  • Use with wide range of door thicknesses (1-3/8" to 2-3/8")
  • AC/DC input acceptable for fail locked models. Fail unlocked mode requires DC
  • Non-Handed
  • Standard mounting tabs, fasteners, and trim plate included

Datasheet and Installation, download here

- aluminum, hollow metal

- narrowline aluminum, cylindrical, mortise, mortise exit

- field selectable fail safe/fail secure

- UL 1034 burglary resistant Listed

- UL 10C (1-1/2 hr.) fire labeled

STANDARD FEATURES:

  • ANSI-size faceplate (1-1/4" x 4-7/8")
  • Accommodates 3/4" latch projection (pullman design not included)
  • Enlarged latch cavity width allows compatibility with cylindrical, narrowline aluminum and centerline mortise locks (including 3-piece anti-friction type) and mortise exit devices
  • 1-1/2" cut-out depth accommodates most aluminum and wood frame profiles
  • Non-Handed
  • Use with wide range of door thicknesses (1-3/8" to 2-3/8")
  • AC/DC input acceptable for all fail locked models.
  • Standard mounting tabs and fasteners included
  • Unique anti-vibration design prevents manipulation by vibration
  • 32D Stainless Steel Standard Finish

Datasheet and Installation, download here

Rutherford 6 (S65/L65) Series Heavy Duty Electric Strikes

Rutherford 7 Series Adjustable Electric Strikes

- aluminum, hollow metal, wood

- narrowline aluminum, cylindrical, mortise, mortise exit

- field selectable fail safe/fail secure

- UL 1034 burglary resistant Listed

- UL Listed for 1500 lbs static strength (Tested on 04, and 14 faceplates only)

STANDARD FEATURES

  • Field selectable lock mode - choose fail locked or fail unlocked with the turn of a dial (Fail unlocked mode requires DC voltage)
  • Field selectable voltage input - accommodates 12 or 24VDC and 12 to 24VAC (even 16VAC) in one strike
  • UL Listed for 1500 lbs static strength
  • 1/4" Horizontal Adjustment
  • Modular "plug-in" wire connectors for fast hook-up
  • Modular faceplate designs for a variety of frame types and cut outs
  • 1-3/16" (S), 1-1/16" (L) frame depth
  • Universal model includes 3 faceplates (04/14/08) L65U / S65U
  • Stainless steel faceplate
  • Non-Handed
  • Trim Plate Included

Datasheet and Installation, download here

- aluminum, hollow metal, wood

- narrowline aluminum, cylindrical, mortise,

- field selectable fail safe/fail secure

- UL 1034 burglary resistant Listed

- UL Listed for 1500 lbs static strength (Tested on 04, and 14 faceplates only)

STANDARD FEATURES

  • Accommodates 5/8" latch projection (pullman design not included)
  • 1/8" Horizontal adjustment
  • Unique anti-vibration design prevents manipulation by vibration
  • Enlarged latch cavity width allows compatibility with cylindrical, narrowline aluminum and centerline mortise locks (including 3-piece anti-friction type)
  • 1-1/2" cut-out depth accommodates most aluminum and wood frames
  • Use with wide range of door thicknesses (1-3/8" to 2-3/8")
  • AC/DC input acceptable for fail locked models. Fail unlocked mode requires DC
  • Non-Handed
  • Standard mounting tabs, fasteners, and trim plate included

Datasheet and Installation, download here

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ROFU

ROFU 1400 Series / Fail Secure

ROFU 1500 Series / Fail Secure

1401 Series 1 1/4″ x 5 7/8″, For Wood Jambs – (DE/TW/ES)

1402 Series 1 1/4″ x 4 7/8″, For Steel or Aluminum Jambs -(DE/TW/ES)

1403 Series 1 1/4″ x 6 7/8″, For Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (DE/TW/ES)

1404 Series 1 7/16″ x 7 15/16″, For Wood, Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (DE/TW/ES)

1430 Series 1 1/4″ x 4 7/8″, Below Center Line (BCL), Mortise Lock Strike, For Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (USA)

1440 Series 1 1/4″ x 4 7/8″, Below Center Line (BCL), Mortise Lock Strike, For Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (USA)

1450 Series 1 1/4″ x 4 7/8″, Center Line (CL), For Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (USA)

1460 Series 1 3/8″ x 9″, Center Line (CL), For Wood, Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (USA)

1460B Series 1 3/8″ x 9″, Center Line (CL), For Wood, Steel or Aluminum Jambs, with Deadbolt cutout – (USA)

1470B Series 1 3/8″ x 9″, Center Line (CL), For Wood, Steel or Aluminum Jambs, Standard with Deadbolt cutout – (USA)

1501 Series 1 1/4″ x 5 7/8″, For Wood Jambs – (TW/ES)

1505 Series 1 1/4″ x 5 7/8″, For Wood Jambs – (TW/ES)

1507 Series 1 1/8″ x 2 3/4″, For Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (TW/ES)

1508 Series 1 1/8″ x 5 7/8″, For Wood, Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (TW/ES)

1509 Series 1 7/16″ x 7 15/16″, For Wood, Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (TW/ES)

1512 Series Side Mount, For Wood, Steel or Aluminum Jambs – Night Latches – (TW/ES)

ROFU 1700 Series / Fail Secure / Adjustable Keeper

ROFU 1900 Series / Fail Secure / Rim Mount

1701 Series 1 1/4″ x 5 7/8″, For Wood Jambs – (TW/ES)

1702 Series 1 1/4″ x 4 7/8″, For Wood, Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (TW/ES)

1703 Series 1 1/4″ x 6 7/8″, For Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (TW/ES)

1704 Series 1 7/16″ x 7 15/16″, For Wood, Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (TW/ES)

1960 Series 1 3/4″ x 9 1/2″, For Wood, Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (USA)

ROFU 2400 Series / Fail Safe & Fail Secure

ROFU 3400 Series / Fail Safe

2400 Kit 1 1/4″x 4 7/8″ & 1 7/16″ x 7 15/16″, For Wood, Steel and Aluminum Jambs – (TW)

2400 LM Kit 1 1/4″x 4 7/8″ & 1 7/16″ x 7 15/16″, For Wood, Steel and Aluminum Jambs – (TW)

2412 Side Mount For Wood, Steel or Aluminum Jambs, Night Latches (interior usage only) – (TW)

3401 Series 1 1/4″ x 5 7/8″, For Wood Jambs – (DE)

3402 Series 1 1/4″ x 4 7/8″, For Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (DE)

3403 Series 1 1/4″ x 6 7/8″, For Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (DE)

3404 Series 1 7/16″ x 7 15/16″, For Wood, Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (DE)

3430 Series 1 1/4″ x 4 7/8″, Below Center Line (BCL), Mortise Lock Strike, For Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (USA)

3440 Series 1 1/4″ x 4 7/8″, Below Center Line (BCL), Mortise Lock Strike, For Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (USA)

3450 Series 1 1/4″ x 4 7/8″, Center Line (CL), For Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (USA)

3460 Series 1 3/8″ x 9″, Center Line (CL), For Wood, Steel or Aluminum Jambs – (USA)

3460B Series 1 3/8″ x 9″, Center Line (CL), For Wood, Steel or Aluminum Jambs, with Deadbolt cutout – (USA)

3470B Series 1 3/8″ x 9″, Center Line (CL), For Wood, Steel or Aluminum Jambs, Standard with Deadbolt cutout – (USA)

ROFU 3900 Series / Fail Safe / Rim Mount

3960 Series 1 3/4″ x 9″ (USA)

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Camden Door Controls

Camden Series 00: Value Line Strikes

Camden CX-ED1079L/DL

'Universal' Low & Std. Profile Gr. 1 Electric Strikes

Features:

  • CX-EL0051 economy strike for cylindrical locksets, 9/16” (14.3 mm) max. latch projection.
  • CX-EL0061 economy strike for mortise locksets, 1/2” (13.6 mm) max. latch projection
  • For use in wood, metal or aluminum door frames
  • Continuous duty operation
  • Fully reversible for right or left hand doors
  • 5 years limited warranty

Datasheet and Installation, download here

  • Centerline latch entry for cylindrical and mortise locksets.
  • CX-ED1079L, low profile. 1/2" to 5/8" latch projection (throw)
  • CX-ED1079DL, Std. Depth. 5/8" to 3/4" latch projection (throw)
  • Selectable 12/24V, AC/DC
  • Selectable fail safe/fail secure operation
  • Horizontal adjustability of strike faceplate/body
  • 3 stainless steel faceplates included: ANSI square, ANSI round and wood door frame
  • Continuous duty operation
  • Non-handed
  • 5 year warranty

Datasheet and Installation, download here

Camden Series 14 BHMA Grade 1 Fire Rated

Camden CX-ED2071/ED2079

'Universal' Low Profile Gr. 2 Electric Strike

  • BHMA Grade 1
  • UL1034 Burglary and UL 10C Fire rated
  • Warnock Hersey (90 min.) Fire rated
  • CX-EL 1450A/AL strikes are UL 10C Fire rated (EZ Fit installed without modifing fire doors with ANSI latch openings)
  • Centerline Latch Entry, 5/8 - 3/4" Latch Projection
  • Dual Voltage
  • Fail Secure
  • Integrated supressor diode
  • Reversible, LH/RH Doors
  • Continuous Duty Operation (DC)
  • Latch Monitoring option
  • 5 Year Warranty

Datasheet and Installation, download here

  • Centerline latch entry for cylindrical locksets, 1/2" to 5/8" latch projection
  • CX-ED2079: Selectable 12/24V, AC/DC
  • CX-ED2071: 8 - 16V AC/DC
  • Selectable fail safe/fail secure operation
  • Horizontal adjustibility of strike body
  • 3 stainless steel faceplates included: ANSI square, ANSI round and wood door frame
  • Low profile strike body
  • 5 year warranty

Datasheet and Installation, download here

Series 20 Pre Load Electric Strikes

Series 22 BHMA Grade 2 Rim Strike

• For cylindrical locksets and

• 1/2" to 5/8" latch projection (Throw)

• Pre load feature eliminates binding due to pressue against door latch

• Standard body model with selection of 4 faceplates

• EZ FIT™ ‘no cut' model CX-EPD2850L with both vertical and horizontal faceplate adjustment

• Adjustable keeper, standard on all models

• Latch monitoring, standard on all models

• Dual voltage

• Selectable fail safe/fail secure

• 5 year warranty

Datasheet and Installation, download here

• Accommodates all Pullman type latches with up to a 3/4" throw.

• UL 1034 Burglary Listed

• Fail Secure

• Fixed Horizontal Adjustment

• Fully Reversable for RH/LH doors

• Continuous Duty Operation (DC)

• 5 year warranty

Datasheet and Installation, download here

Series 30 BHMA Grade 3

09 Series Glass Door Strikes

• Centerline Latch Entry, 1/2" - 5/8" Latch Projection

• UL 1034 Burglary Listed

• Reversible for RH/LH doors

• Adjustable Keeper

• Continuous Duty Operation (DC)

• Fail Secure Operation

• 5 year warranty

Datasheet and Installation, download here

  • Voltage: 12 VDC or 24 VDC
  • Static Strength: 561 Lbs. (254 Kg.)
  • Endurance: 200,000 cycles
  • Duty: Continuous duty operation
  • Mode: Fail Secure: CX-EL0955, CX-EL0958
  • Fail Safe: CX-EU0955, CX-EU0958
  • Temp Range: 5°F to 104°F
  • (-15°C to 40°C)
  • Dimensions: 4 1/8” x 3/4” x 1 7/32”

105 x 20 x 31 mm

• Fully reversible for right or left hand doors

• 5 years limited warranty

Datasheet and Installation, download here

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Von Duprin

Von Duprin 6100 Series Strike

Von Duprin 6300 Series Strike

Von Duprin 6100 Series Strike

The 6100 Series Strike offers a variety of highly customizable features. It is well suited for new construction applications. Its heavy duty stainless steel construction is fully UL1034 and UL10C listed and ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 1500 lb. hold force rated.

• Voltage: 24 VDC standard: 12 VDC and AC operation are optional

• Power Failure Mode: Specify fail secure or fail safe at the time of order (note: fail safe should not be utilized on fire labeled doors).

• Handing: Non-handed design provides greater flexibility

• Finish: US3/85 Plated Polished Brass on Stainless Steel, US4/84 Plated Dull Brass on Stainless Steel, US10/06 Plated Dull Bronze on Stainless Steel, US10B,86 Plated Dark Bronze on Stainless Steel, US32/31 Stainless Steel Polished, US32D/32 Stainless Steel Satin

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The 6300 Series Surface Mount Strike is ideal for aftermarket applications. It is easy to install without modifying or altering the door frame. The 6300 Series is UL1034 and UL10C listed.

• Voltage: The 6300 Series is field configurable for either 12 VDC or 24 VDC

• Power Failure Mode: Fail secure only

• Handing: Non-handed design provides greater flexibility

• Finish: Stainless steel (satin) finish

Datasheet and Installation, download here

Von Duprin 6200 Series Electric Strike

Von Duprin 5100 Series Electric Strike

The 6200 Series Strike offers a variety of highly customizable features. It is well suited for new construction applications. Its heavy duty stainless steel construction is fully UL1034 and UL10C listed and ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 1500 lb. hold force rated.

• Voltage: 24 VDC standard with 12 VDC and AC operation optional

• Power failure mode: Specify fail secure or fail safe at time of order

• Handing: Non-handed design provides greater flexibility

• Finish: US3/85 Plated Polished Brass on Stainless Steel, US4/84 Plated Dull Brass on Stainless Steel, US10/06 Plated Dull Bronze on Stainless Steel, US10B,86 Plated Dark Bronze on Stainless Steel, US32/31 Stainless Steel Polished, US32D/32 Stainless Steel Satin

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The 5100 Series is easy to install and comes standard with three face plates in every box. It is ANSI/BHMA 156.5 Grade 1 and UL1034 certified.

• Voltage: Field selectable 24 VDC or 12 VDC

• Power Failure Mode: Field selectable fail safe/fail secure

• Handing: Non-handed design provides greater flexibility

• Finish: BHMA 689/US SP28 Aluminum Sprayed, BHMA 695/ US SP313 Sprayed Duranodic, BHMA 622/ US19 Flat Black

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Von Duprin 6400 Series Modular Electric Strike

Von Duprin 4200 Series Electric Strike

The flexible design of the 6400 Series is ideal for aftermarket applications. Vertical adjustment up to 1/8” of the deadbolt keeper or deadlatch ramp allows for alignment with a variety of mortise locks with offset latches. The 6400 Series is UL listed for 1500 lb. static strength, UL 1034 burglary-resistant listed & UL 10 C 3 hour fire-rated (fail secure only).

•Voltage: Field selectable voltage 12 VDC or 24 VDC and 12 to 24 VAC

•Power failure mode: Fail secure only (fire rated)

•Handing: Non-handed design provides greater flexibility

•Finish: BHMA 630/ US US32D Stainless steel, Satin

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The 4200 series is ideal for interior commercial traffic control applications. It is easy to stock and install with a dual voltage solenoid and field configurable power failure mode that can be changed without disassembling the strike. A latchbolt monitoring switch is standard on the 4212

•Voltage: Field selectable 12 VDC or 24 VDC

•Power failure mode: Field selectable fail safe/ fail secure

•Handing: Non-handed design provides greater flexibility

•Finish: BHMA 630 satin stainless steel

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Electric Strike Problems: Basic Troubleshooting

Strike doesn't lock or unlock

  • Cause: No power or incorrect voltage used.
  • Solution:
    • Confirm that you have the correct input and output voltages. Use a multimeter.
    • Confirm that all connections are good and secure.
  • Cause: Strike is stuck.
  • Solution:
    • Confirm that the keeper works fine when the door is open. Adjust the door or strike.
    • Check the strike cavity depth matches the lock set's bolt or latch.

Door doesn't latch

  • Cause: Warped or sagging door.
  • Solution: Realignment.

Lock is not dead latching.

  • Cause: Improper installation or warped/sagging door.
  • Solution: Adjust or replace the door. Fix the alignment or the horizontal adjustment of the deadlatch and the lip.

Strike makes a buzzing sound or does not buzz.

  • Cause: Improper power supply.
  • Solution: Match the proper AC (for buzzing) and DC (for silent) power supply. Or install a buzzer.

Burnt smell coming from insert.

  • Cause: Improper voltage and/or improper installation.
  • Solution:
    • Fix all connections tight and secure.
    • Make sure you're using the correct voltage and connectors.