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Trine 006-24AC Surface Mount Electric Strike (Fail Secure)Trine 006-24AC Surface Mount Electric Strike (Fail Secure)
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Trine 006-24AC Surface Mount Electric Strike (Fail Secure)

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Trine 006-12AC for surface mount installations on metal or wood jambs, for in-swinging applications. Use with locksets or night latches having up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap. When mounted on a pair or doors, strike is mounted to the inactive leaf.

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Product Description


• Durability 500,000 Life cycles.
• Holding force - 1000 lbs.
• Only 1 Moving Part in Locking Mechanism
• Solid cast latch
• Non-Handed heavy duty latch spring.
• Fail secure (Standard Action) Unlocks When energized.
• One- Release mechanism (U.S. Patent # 4,984,835).
• Voltage: 24VAC Red Wire leads
• Finish: 006 (Brass Powder Coated)

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Trine Access Technology
Model 006-24AC
Strike Opening Depth - 1/2"; Width - 9/16"; Height - 1- 3/8"
Strike Body Case 2-1/8” x 1-3/16”
Door Lock Type Cylindrical
Mode Fail Secure
Frame Application Aluminum, Hollow Metal, Wood
Voltage 12VAC
Current AC/DC
Duty Intermittent
Sound Buzz
Compliances (U.S. Patent #4,984,835)
Warranty 1 Year Warranty
Weight 1.0000


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