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Adams Rite 7100-519-628

Special Order Electric Strike for For Aluminum Jambs with Monitoring Switch

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Special Order non-stock item Requires 4 week lead time

SKU: 7100-519-628

The Adams Rite 7100 electric strike with monitoring switch is specifically made for aluminum narrow stile door openings and jambs where remote electrical control of Adams Rite 4500/4700/4900 deadlatch set is needed.

Because this is not a stock item we must order it specifically for you and we will be unable to accept a return unless the item is defective as determined by the factory it was bought from.

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  • For access control of any door equipped with an Adams Rite series 4500, 4700 or 4900 dead latch or cylindrical latches 1/2" to 5/8".
  • With monitoring switch,monitored/ Fail-Secure.
  • Voltage 24DC
  • Includes strike body and faceplate.
  • Clear anodized aluminum finish-628.
  • For aluminum Jambs.
  • ANSI Grade 1.
  • Faceplate: 1-1/4" W x 4-7/8".
  • Standard Fail Secure operation,locked when unpowered. Field-reversible for Fail-Safe, locked when powered.
  • The 7100 strike has a lip for a 1-3/4" thick door that closes flush with the jamb edge.

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  • Case size: 1" x 3-3/8" x 1- 5/8" deep.
  • Strike opening: 5/8" x 1-7/16" x 1/2" deep.
  • UL burglary-resistant listed.



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