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The 8000 series is a durable, versatile, and simple-to-install electric strike for use with cylindrical locksets and has a variety of finishes and faceplates from which to choose.


Its static strength is rated up to 1,500 lbs, and its dynamic strength is rated at 70 ft-lbs. Another bragging right for this concealed electric strike is its endurance being tested to 1 million cycles! Its strength is due to its unique keeper pin locking design. The manufacturer is confident that you will be more than satisfied with the endurance of the product and backs this product with a SecuriCare five-year, no fault, no questions asked warranty.


Certifications abound for the 8000 series; it is RoHS compliant, UL 294 (6TH edition) listed, UL 1034 burglary-resistant listed and suitable for outdoor use, and ANSI/BHMA A156.31, Grade 1 certified. It is specified for situations where dual voltage (12/24 VDC/VAC), 240 Ma at 12 VDC/120Ma at 24 VDC, and PoE-friendly requirements need to be met; please note that this is intended for DC continuous duty or AC intermittent duty only.

Simple to Install

Installation is a breeze with no cutting on the frame being necessary for this product. Accommodating to 5/8 cylindrical latchbolts, it can be used in metal or wood frame applications, including where there is a sagging door or misalignment. You can be assured of frame clearance and fit for any ANSI frame prep set with hinge and door spacings that fall within SDI-129-04.


This premium product is available in several finishes, so that you never have to choose between form and function. You can select 605-Bright Brass, 606- Satin Brass, 612- Satin Bronze, 613- Bronze Toned, 629- Bright Stainless Steel, 630- Satin Stainless Steel, and BLK-Black.

The 8000 Series comes with a variety of faceplate options, all of which are intended for use with latchbolts up to 5/8 throw but can be used in different scenarios, from cylindrical lockets in ANSI metal jambs to cylindrical locksets that need four-point mounting for wood frames.