Electric strikes have been designed not only to operate specific application locks, but many are also sized to fit specific frame materials and configurations. In the early days of electric strikes, the major concern when ordering a heavy-duty electric strike was the position of the solenoid. All...
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When wiring the 4500 Series electric strike to 24VDC, the violet and black wires are connected. The red wire is connected to the positive of the power supply, and the red/green wire is connected to the negative. NOTE: Before connecting any electric strike to a power source, verify the voltage using a multi-meter. Some power supplies and transformers can operate at higher levels than listed. According to HES, any input voltage exceeding 10 percent of the electric strike's solenoid may cause severe damage to the unit and will void the warranty.
The HES 4500 Series electric strike is available in six finishes and can be ordered with a latchbolt or latchbolt strike monitor. For non-fire rated applications, the 4500 Series electric strike can be order in a Fail Safe version.
Options for the HES 4500 Series electric strikes are a 2001 Plug-in bridge rectifier, a 2005- SMART-Pac ™ II in-line power controller, a 2006P - Plug-in buzzer, and a 2009P - Plug-in LED.
For more information, contact your local locksmith wholesaler or HES, Inc., 22630 N. Seventeenth Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85027. Telephone: 800-626-7590. Fax: 623-582-4626. Website: www.hesinnovations.com .