Electric Strikes

  • SDC Quiet Duo™ Electric Latch Retraction for Exit Devices

    As part of any electromechanical access control system or handicapped access, electrification of door hardware is required. Electrifying an exit device provides different options including controlling access, limiting access, and providing access and...

    Article • May 4th, 2011

  • HES 9500 Series Electric Strike

    The HES 9500 electric strike is now shipping with UL 10C 3-hour fire rating.  The product previously was rated for 90 minute UL 1 0C fire standard. The design of the 9500 model series was updated in early 2010 and recently submitted for additional UL...

    Product • March 25th, 2011

  • HES 9600 Series Electric Strike

    The HES 9600 model series electric strike recently achieved UL listing under ANSI Severe Windstorm requirements for latching hardware under ANSI/SDI-BHMA 250.13. A "severe windstorm" is defined by the BHMA and ANSI standard as a weather event with...

    Product • March 25th, 2011

  • HES 9000 SERIES: A Selection of Strikes for Most Installations

    Life safety codes require the use of exit devices in specific situations, and most codes prohibit the use of any other lock or mechanism on the door that would prevent the use of the device or confuse the user. The primary purpose of an exit device is...

    Article • March 7th, 2011

  • Electric Strikes: How, Where And Why?

    As locksmiths, we control access. We install locks to keep people out and key those locks with different levels of security to permit only those authorized to gain entry. We install mechanical or electromechanical locks in order to accommodate the...

    Article • March 4th, 2011

  • HES Integrated Products

    ISC West Booth 11067 HES Integrated Products combine HID access control reader electronics, a compact reader, a door position switch and your choice of any HES electric strike in one box for easy installation and guaranteed compatibility. Now you can...

    Product • January 31st, 2011

  • 0162 Rim Strike

    Designed especially to operate with rim exit devices. The 0162 is completely surface mounted, no more cutting of the frame. The rugged stainless steel design accommodates hollow metal, aluminum and wood door frames. The one piece conventional...

    Product • December 23rd, 2010

  • HES iCLASS Integrated Electric Strikes

    ASIS Booth 301 The security of HID iCLASS access control meets the strength of an integrated HES electric strike. Designed with the user in mind, the HES iCLASS Integrated Electric Strikes allow the installer to combine any HES electric strike, door...

    Product • September 16th, 2010

  • Complete Surface Mount Electric Strikes

    Because no cut is required in the jamb, surface-mounted electric strikes have become a viable choice.

    Article • August 5th, 2010

  • Incorporating Video Into A Single-Door Access Control System, Part One

    The BlueWave Security NetGen IP Door Controller makes your favorite electric door hardware manageable over the IP network.

    Article • August 5th, 2010

  • Transitioning from Mechanical to Electronic Locks

    What is involved when customer wants to change from metal keys to electronic access control?

    Article • July 6th, 2010

  • 4850

    The Axion 4850 electric strike comes in four sizes and two spacer plates in a single box -- allowing up to a 1" throw. This all-in-one universal solution saves time, money, and increases your bottom line. Don't get stuck with a one sized strike and don't...

    Product • June 23rd, 2010

  • 9400 Series

    Introducing the HES 9400 series, a new slim-line, surface-mounted electric strike designed for ½" throw rim exit devices. Completely surface-mounted for easy install, this Grade 1, UL1034-certified product features a sleek ½" profile and unique...

    Product • February 19th, 2010

  • Latch Protection and Security Strikes

    Latch protection products limit access to the latch and the bolt areas between the lock edge of the door and the jamb.

    Article • February 1st, 2010

  • EN Series Electric Strikes

    When you select a strike from our EN Series you are making a smart choice. It is UL listed 10C Fire-Rated and 1034 Indoor Outdoor Burglary Resistant. The EN Series has only one locking mechanism. We have tested this product well and beyond BHMA GRADE 1...

    Product • January 21st, 2010