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 fully UL1034 and UL10C listed and meets ANSI/BHMA Grade 1. 6200 Series electric door strikes are designed for use with a variety of mortise or cylindrical locksets. Electrified strikes allow remote release of a locked door by activating a movable lip (keeper) using an entry/exit button or credential reader and can be a cost effective means for managing access. 6200 Series strikes come standard as 24 VDC in fail secure mode. 12 VDC and AC operation can be selected, as can fail safe mode and other options that enable you to configure these strikes to fit your exact needs. Use 6200 Series electric strikes for retrofit applications or new construction. To assure the proper selection of an electric strike on new applications, lockset compatibility charts are shown on the next page. When using a lockset not listed or when retrofitting a strike to an existing application, please contact Von Duprin Technical Support for application assistance.
Features and Benefits
17 configurations available for cylindrical and mortise applications
Heavy-duty stainless steel construction
24 VDC standard with 12, 16 and 28 VDC operation optional
Two-piece plug connectors are furnished for ease of installation and removal during strike servicing
Options include rectifier kit for VAC to VDC conversion, dual monitor switches, entry buzzer and Allegion Connect wire extension
Six popular finishes available to suite with existing hardware
Suitable for interior and exterior doors
UL 10C 3-hour fire-rated (fail secure only)
UL 1034 listed for burglary-resistant electric door strikes
Meets ANSI/BHMA A156.31, Grade 1 for endurance and dynamic strength
Meets ANSI/BHMA A156.31, Grade 1, 1500 lbs static strength
Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs
Endurance 1,000,000 cycles
Category: Exit Device Parts, Panic Devices & Exit Alarms
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