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Adams Rite 7160-510-628 Mortise Or Cylindrical Latch Electric Strike (Fail Secure 24VDC)

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Adams Rite 7160-510-628 Mortise or Cylindrical Latch Electric Strike Fail Secure 24VDC

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• Adams Rite Electric Strike for Wood or Hollow Steel Jambs and Doors
• Flat Face/Square Corner.
• Fail Safe/Fail Secure.
• Standard strike extension for 1-3/4" door.
• Individually boxed with mounting screws, mounting clips and adhesive shims to accommodate jamb or stile extrusion thickness greater or less than nominal 1/8 inch
• Finish: Clear Anodized 628 or Dark Bronze Anodized

Additional Information

Additional Information

Downloads Adams Rite 7160 Electric Strike Specification Sheet (pdf)
Manufacturer Adams Rite ASSA ABLOY
Model 7160-510-628
Strike Opening 5/8" x 1-7/16" x 1/2"
Strike Body 1" W x 3-3/8" H x 1-5/8"
Faceplate 4-7/8" H x 1-1/4" W
Door Lock Type Cylindrical, Mortise
Mode Fail Secure
Frame Application Aluminum
Voltage 24 VDC
Current DC
Duty Continuous/Intermittent
U.L. Listed Listed For Burglary Resistance (UL1034)
ANSI/BHMA Type EO9321 (Grade 1)
Warranty 3 Year Warranty
Weight 2.0000

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