The “One-Box Solution” for Cylindrical and Mortise Locks

Trine’s 4100 Series electric strikes include the four most used faceplates to make specifying and installing easy.


  • Centered Cylindrical (CC) faceplates accommodate up to a ¾” throw latch. In addition, the 4100 can accommodate dead bolt type locks with up to a ¾” throw bolt. The 1-23/32” opening for the latch is on the horizontal centerline of the strike faceplate. As an option, the CCRD ANSI 4 - 7/8” centered faceplate has radiused corners.
  • Mortise High Offset (MHO) faceplates accommodate Accurate, Arrow, Best, Corbin Russwin, Falcon 1992M Series, Sargent 7800, 8200 & 9200 Series and Yale 8800 Series mortise locks. The 1-15/32” opening for the latch is 19/32” below the horizontal centerline of the strike faceplate.
  • Mortise Medium Offset (MMO) faceplates are designed for Baldwin, Marks and PDQ mortise locks. The 1-11/32” opening for the latch is 29/32” below the horizontal centerline of the strike faceplate.
  • Mortise Low Offset (MLO) faceplates are designed for Jackson, Sargent 7700 & 8100 Series and Schlage L Series mortise locks. The 1-11/32” opening for the latch is 1-1/64” below the horizontal centerline of the strike faceplate.

To ensure proper door alignment, two latch spacer shims with mounting screws are included. The shims are installed onto the inside face of the keeper. Their purpose is to move the latch (door) further within the jamb. Each shim is approximately 11/64” thick.

For retrofit applications, the Trine 4100 electric strike comes with a rigid stainless steel frame trim skirt, which has the same finish as the electric strike. The skirt covers any cut lines that are not of the dimensions required for the 4100 body. As an option, the Competitor Cutout Trim Skirt (CCTS) is wider than the included trim skirt. The CCTS covers the gap when retrofitting. For a retrofit list, contact the factory.

Additional options include a 12 or 24VDC Piezo Buzzer that sounds when DC voltage is applied. In addition to the 4100RS, Fail Safe configured electric strike; latchbolt monitor (4100LB) will be available as an option beginning in approximately October 2013.

When installing an electric strike, it is extremely important that the proper gauge wire is used for the length of the wire run. This prevents voltage drop. See the wiring chart provided by Trine when wiring a 4100 electric strike.

The Trine 4100 electric strike is available in six architectural finishes. Trine uses the Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) process, which creates a durable, corrosion and tarnish resistant finish. The finish choices are:

  • US3 Bright Brass
  • US4 Satin Brass
  • 10 Satin Bronze
  • 10B Dark Bronze
  • 32 Polished Stainless Steel
  • 32D Satin Stainless Steel

To maintain finish consistency, the 4100 faceplates, strike body, mounting screws and trim skirts match the finish.

The stainless steel Trine 4100 Electric Strike is a new addition to the Trine “one box solution,” having the parts necessary for 12 through 24VAC or 12-24VDC applications. Four included faceplates satisfy most retrofit applications. A frame trim skirt covers cut lines to provide a clean installation.

For more information, contact your local locksmith distributor or Trine. Telephone: 718-829-2332. Web Site: www.trineonline.com.

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