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Trine 2678-12DC-US28 Adjustable Light Commercial Electric Strike (Fail Secure)

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Trine 2678-12DC-US28 for use in new or replacement, aluminum or hollow metal, jamb installations. Auxiliary lever ramps for use with locksets containing dead-locking levers. Useful when converting an MS Lock to a dead latch. Up to 5/8” throw, based on 1/8” door gap.

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Product Description

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• Allows adjustment for wider latch bolts & poorly aligned doors & locksets.
• 1/8” Horizontal Latch Adjustment.
• Releases Under Slight Door Pre-Load.
• 500,000 Life Cycles -- Holding Force - 900 lbs.
• Solid Cast Latch - Chrome Plated.
• Non Handed Operation.
• Screw Terminals - Quick Connection.
• Voltage: 12 VDC
• Finish: 2678 (Satin Aluminum or - BHMA 628)


Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Trine Access Technology
Model 2678-12DC-US28
Strike Opening Depth - 9/16"; Width - 5/8"; Height - 1- 11-16"
Faceplate 6-7/8” x 1-1/4”
Door Lock Type Adams Rite
Mode Fail Secure
Frame Application Aluminum, Hollow Metal
Voltage 12 VDC
Current DC
Duty Intermittent
Sound Silent
Amps 0.20 - 0.33
Ohms 60.0
Warranty 1 Year Warranty
Weight 1.5000

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