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An electric strike is the "release" mechanism for your access control system.
When the strike is energized or de-energized (depending on which model you use), the lip of the strike can be pivoted out of the way, un-trapping the
latch and allowing you to open the door.

 
"Choose your electric strikes by your requirements,
not just by brand or by price"
Electric strikes need to be matched to the locking
hardware on the door, type of door frame and frequency
with which they will be used.

Electric strikes are available in many different formats:

Intermittent duty solenoids
applications where the strike will be energized for short periods of time.

Continuous duty solenoids
applications where the strike will be energized for longer periods of time.
(Normally over 60 seconds) 

Voltages are available from 12 to 24 volts ac or dc

Strikes are available in Fail Safe or non-fail safe (Fail secure) modes.
(some manufactures offer a "in the field" reversible option)

The standard electric strike is designed to fit in an a.n.s.i. frame prep.
Many other sizes exist, extended face plates, double door preps, 
panic bar strikes, aluminum frame, wood prep and even full lip models.

Match your strikes with your hardware,
There is no such thing as a "one will fit all" in electric strikes!!.
 


 
 

Link to Adams Rite electric strikes
 

Electric strikes for:

Wood and metal doors and frames
Standard duty use
 

  • Cylindrical locksets
  • A.D.A locksets
  • Door knobs
  • Store front doors

 

Link to Folger Adams Electric strikes
 

Electric strikes for:

Wood and metal doors and frames
Speciality strikes for panic bars
Heavy duty for high use areas
 

  • Cylindrical locksets
  • A.D.A locksets
  • Door knobs
  • Store front doors
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