Adams Rite 7113-310-652 electric strikes suitable for aluminium, steel and wooden doors with a high number of daily passes. It is prefered because of providing high security and working as fail safe or fail secure.

  • Square corners to the faceplate makes it suitable for use on timber and steel doors
  • Non-handed
  • Facility to change duty from fail-safe to fail secure and vice versa
  • The 7113 features a narrower faceplate than the 7110 series and is particularly suited to 44mm thick timber doors
  • Electrical actuation unlocks the strike jaw, releasing the latchbolt so the door can be opened without operating the latch itself 
  • 907kg holding force (2000lbs)
Technical Data
Current Draw: 12vAC=1.48A, 12vDC=0.332A, 24vAC=0.74A, 24vDC=0.19A (nominal). DC intermittent and continuous units are silent, AC intermittent units "buzz" on operation.
Voltage Tolerance: +/- 10%
Powered by: Internal solenoid
Monitoring: (Optional) Single: Latch only, Double: Latch & solenoid.
Duty: Fail-safe or fail-secure (convertible without additional parts). DC power supply required for fail-safe operation.
Jaw Strength: 907kg (2000lbs).
Case: 85.6mm x 28.6mm x 41.6mm. Zinc aluminium alloy.
Mechanism: Stainless steel internal blocking mechanism.
Strike Opening: 36.5mm x 15.9mm x 12.7mm. Stainless steel bolt retainer jaw.
Door gap: Minimum 3mm, operational gap 3-5mm
Faceplate: Steel. 201.6mm x 31.8mm. Flat, square cornered.
Finishes: Satin chrome (other finishes may be available on request).
Standards: ANSI/BHMA 156.5 Grade 1. UL Listed for burglary resistance.

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