Electric Strikes

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  • Battery-Operated Convenience For Electric Strike & Card Reader Applications

    The electric strike, card reader and controller on the new DORMA LPP Single-Door Access Control Kit by RCI are powered by two 9volt batteries, making this new product a good choice for a remote location without access to electricity.

    Article • March 3rd, 2014

  • Electric Strike Evolution

    Electric strikes were invented over a century ago to do one job: to remotely release a locked door. Early electric strikes operated on alternating current. An electro-magnet in the electric strike was actuated each time the current alternated. The...

    Article • March 3rd, 2014

  • Growth of Electric Strikes, Maglocks To Outperform Mechanical Locks

    Increasing popularity of electronic access control systems cited in IHS report

    News • January 9th, 2014

  • Trine 4100 Electric Strike: The One-Box Solution for Cylindrical and Mortise Locks

    With the four most popular faceplates, multiple voltages, a low profile backset, and a trim skirt, the fire rated 4100 will make installing and specifying difficulties a thing of the past.

    News • November 19th, 2012

  • HES Provides An Integrated Access Control Solution

    HES Integrated Prox Products combine a 7000 Series electric strike with latchbolt monitor capability with an HID® Prox reader or iClass reader.

    Article • April 2nd, 2012

  • UniFLEX 55 Series

    SDC's UniFLEX 55 series universal electric strikes retrofit existing ANSI 4-7/8" strike prep without centerline relocation. Choice of six application faceplates provide compatibility with cylindrical locks, mortise locks with or without deadbolts and...

    Product • March 6th, 2012

  • The RITE Door® by Adams Rite Achieves GREENGUARD® Certification

    This means that The RITE Door can be specified with confidence in school and healthcare applications

    News • February 29th, 2012

  • 4850-LCD/4850-PoE

    Save power and save on dollars.  Low current draw electric strikes mean you can use smaller power supplies on your everyday installations.  It also means you can wire the strike directly to your PoE/access control system without running a secondary...

    Product • February 28th, 2012

  • 8500 Series Electric Strike

    The HES 8500 series is the first concealed electric strike solution for mortise locksets.  This revolutionary electric strike works with 3/4" mortise locksets in either metal or wood frame installations. Designed for a fast, convenient, and beautiful...

    Product • February 23rd, 2012

  • 5100 Series Electric Strike

    The Von Duprin 5100 Electric Strike has been designed and manufactured to meet the needs of locksmiths and security professionals. This easy-to-install electric strike was created for medium duty applications, specifically to control traffic flow...

    Product • February 22nd, 2012

  • ROFU 2400 Kit

    The 2400 electric strike has quickly become one of ROFU's biggest sellers. If you demand the options, the 2400 kit has them!  It’s now UL listed for burglary protection, low profile (1 ¼” overall depth), dual voltage (12 or 24), reversible from fail...

    Product • February 3rd, 2012

  • Locksmithing etc. Feb 2012

    New BEA Electric Strikes BEA has introduced three 12-24V AC/DC electric strike models that are UL/ULC listed for up to 1,500 pounds of static strength. The Rim Exit, No Cut and Universal Cylindrical electric strikes feature field-selectable Fail Safe...

    Article • February 2nd, 2012

  • Trine Wireless Controller and Transmitter: Simplified Access Control

    Using a wireless transmitter in the shape of a fob, the receptionist can remotely unlock the front door even when away from her desk.

    Article • February 2nd, 2012

  • The Importance of Electric Strikes

    Using electric strikes for access control helps keep installation costs down by working with existing doors, frames and door hardware.

    Article • November 2nd, 2011

  • Adams Rite Steel Hawk 4300: Mechanical and Electrical Access Control

    The Steel Hawk makes it easy to electrify an aluminum entrance door. It is non-handed out of the box and it interfaces with existing Adams Rite hardware and the new 4600 Designer Series handles.

    Article • June 29th, 2011

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