Friendly Power to the Lock Device...Finally

April 29, 2013
Simplifying Electrified Door Hardware Installation

Securitron Magnalock Corp. has introduced the patent pending PowerJump™ Inductive Coupling Power Transfer (ICPT) to provide no contact 12 or 24V DC power across the gap between the frame and the door. The PowerJump has the capability of transferring up to 250mA at 24V DC or 500mA at 12V DC. More than sufficient power to operate most door mounted hardware latch retraction products. The PowerJump input power is 24V DC.

Inductive Coupling Technology enables the power to be "jumped" across a relatively small gap safely from one conductor to another. The PowerJump door unit (conductor) must be located with 3/16" of the frame unit (conductor). The door and frame units can be located along the lock or hinge edge, or at the top or bottom of the door. The overall height and width of the units are 2-3/4" by 1-1/4" with the depth up to 1-5/8".

Depending upon the composition of the door and the hardware installed, this inductive coupling power transfer can simplify the installation and eliminate any wiring connection that can be tampered with or disabled.

The PowerJump Inductive Coupling Power Transfer is protected by the Securitron MagnaCare Lifetime Replacement No Fault Warranty.

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