6223.12.FSE.US32D Mortice Electric Strike
Mortice Electric Strike - Heavy Duty, 12Vdc Fail Secure. Satin Stainless Steel.
Electric strikes provide remote release of a locked door. They allow the door to be opened without retracting the latch bolt. This is achieved via the release of the electric strike lip (sometimes called the keeper or gate). When the door closes the bevelled latch bolt rides over the lip and falls into the electric strike pocket.
6223 Series electric strikes are compatible with Schlage L9000 Series Mortice Locks & Schlage B Series Cylindrical Locks 10-19mm
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Closed back electric strike for use with mortice locks without deadbolt or cylindrical locks on 44mm thick double door applications. 120mm minimum stile required. For a concealed vertical rod and mortice device combination specify “A” backbox.
- Hollow metal frames
- Optional FS Fail Safe Version
- Optional DS Dual Signal Switch Version (Status Monitoring)
Used exclusively with the 6000 Series Electric Strikes the ‘Dual Switch’ monitoring option has two SPDT contacts, one switch monitors the tripper which is depressed when the latch bolt is inserted into the strike pocket and the second switch monitors the condition of the strike lip, open or closed and locked. DS option must be specified at order placement.
Solenoid (Continuous Duty) – 12Vdc
Current Holding (Seated) – 600mA
To convert to AC operation use SO-24 Kit
DC regulated power supplies (recommended)
The 6223 Electric Strike is CE marked (EN 14846: 2008) for use on steel doors.
Tested and assessed as suitable for use with metal based doorsets tested to the requirements of EN 1634-1:2008.
Assessment report WF No.334654 for up to 240 mins.
CE Certified. Certification applies to all variants of the 6223 Electric Strike
This easy-to-install electric strike is suitable for heavy duty applications where security on external doors is a requirement.
Von Duprin electric strikes are known for their reliability, durability and security. The 6200 Series strikes are designed to withstand abuse. Their heavy-duty stainless steel construction is UL1034 listed and meets ANSI/BHMA Grade 1. Use 6200 Series electric strikes for retrofit applications or new construction.