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Von Duprin 4582-T1-US26D-RHR Monitor Strike For Mortise LocksVon Duprin 4582-T1-US26D-RHR Monitor Strike For Mortise Locks
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Von Duprin 4582-T1-US26D-RHR Monitor Strike For Mortise Locks

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Von Duprin 4582-T1-US26D-RHR Monitor strike for use with mortise or cylindrical locks on single or pairs of doors.

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$185.90

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Product Description

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• For ANSI A115.3 frame cutout (frame modification required).
• The SPDT signal switch is rated at 24VDC @ 2 amps (resistive) and is actuated by a stainless steel tripper.
• The one piece faceplate and body is constructed of drop forged brass.
• Finish: Satin Chrome 26D

Compatibility Chart

• Von Duprin 7500 ML - T1

Note: When used with Von Duprin 7500 mortise lock, strike handing is opposite device handing



Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Von Duprin
Model 4582-T1-US26D-RHR
Dimensions 1-1/16" (27mm) W x 4-7/8" (124mm) H x 1-25/32" (45mm) D
Strike Opening 1-5/16" (33mm)
Door Lock Type Mortise
Frame Application Aluminum, Hollow Metal, Wood
Voltage 24 VDC
Current DC
Amps 2 Amps
U.L. Listed UL listed (GXHX R4504) fire exit hardware
Warranty 1 Year Warranty
Weight 1.5000

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