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  • Fully monitored - strike locked and door latched
  • Fail safe/fail secure changeable on site
  • High security
  • Fire Rated
  • 850kg holding force
  • 1 million cycles endurance rating
  • Cast stainless steel body
  • Stainless steel locking pins
  • SCEC Endorsed
  • Low Current consumption - 175mA @12Vdc after 1 second
  • Solenoid rated for continuous use
  • Mounting kit supplied as standard


  • High traffic areas
  • Fire rated door sets
  • Open in/open out doors
  • Suitable for use with all access control systems

Standards and Compliance

  • S3 (Security) Australian Lock Standard (AS4145.2.2008)
  • D3 (Durability) Australian Lock Standard (AS4145.2.2008)
  • BS EN 12209:2016 Approved
  • Successfully fire rated up to 4hrs on fire door assemblies in accordance with AS1905.1 (Part 1: Fire resistant door sets)
  • For any fire rated applications of this product, the fire certification should be investigated and examined to ensure the suitability & configuration of this product for that particular door assembly. Contact the supplier for further details, such as certifications, door type and door thickness etc. that may affect the fire door suitability and rating.
  • Approved to UL1034 (highest level)
  • CE approved (EMC, ROHS & REACH)
  • Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) approved


175 mA @ 12Vdc

Solenoids are rated for continuous use

Solenoid Monitor - 1 amp NO/NC microswitch
Door/Latch Monitor - 1 amp NO/NC microswitch

Holding Force
850kg Static Strength Rating

Cycle tested to 1,000,000 operations

Suitable for 15mm latch bolt with 3mm door gap

Operational temperature range - 20°C to +60°C

Solid Stainless Steel Construction

Stainless Steel

Specification Statement
The strike should be constructed of solid stainless steel, have a minimum holding force of 850kg and have an endurance rating of 1 million cycles. Monitoring must include independent door / latch& solenoid monitoring. The one strike must be changeable from fail safe to fail secure on site where required. The strike should not consume current greater than 175mA at 12Vdc and have a solenoid rated for continuous use.