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Adams Rite 7130/7131 Electric Strikes

Availability: In stock

$125.00

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Adams Rite 7130/7131 Electric Strikes
$125.00

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Adams Rite 7130/7131 Electric Strikes



VOLTAGE

Available in 12 or 24 volt AC and DC. Continuous units are silent, AC intermittent units "buzz" on operation.

CURRENT DRAW/AMPS

Volts AC Int. DC Cont.
12 1.42 .33
24 .74 .17


Fail Secure - when electricity is off, unit is UNLOCKED

Fail Safe - when electricity is off, unit is LOCKED



Features:


  •      Case: Approx. 1" x 3-3/8" x 1-5/8" deep. Zinc-aluminum alloy.
  •      Fail Safe/Fail Secure: Field convertible from one mode to the other.
  •      However, AC intermittent solenoid must not be used continuously in either.
  •      Faceplate: Measures 1-1/4" x 6-7/8".
  •           * 130 has flat faceplate
  •           * 7131 is radius to match nose on inactive leaf in a pair of narrow stile glass doors.
  •      Finish:   628 Clear Anodized, 313 Dark Bronze Anodized or 335 Black Anodized.
  •      Strike Opening: 5/8" x 1-7/16" x 1/2" deep. Bolt retainer jaw is stainless steel.
  •     Strike bolt:  accepts any Adams Rite 4500/4700/4900 Series dead-latch or cylindrical latches.
  •      ANSI/BHMA Type E09321 (Grade 1) UL Listed for Burglary Resistance.
  •      Cylinder not included: Accepts standard size rim cylinders


Additional Information

SKU 713X-000-000
Manufacturer Adams Rite
Spec Sheet No

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