3300 Series Products Hold Tight To A 2,000-lb. Pull Test, Accommodate Most Doors.
Las Vegas, NV (April 1, 2009) - Dortronics Systems, Inc. makes access control durable and strong - 2,000 lbs. strong - with their 3300 Series electric strikes on display at ISC West. The popular series is compatible with most aluminum frame cutouts, is furnished with an ANSI strike plate, and is suitable for most wood and hollow metal door frames. The 3301 model electric strike is furnished with a 9-inch-tall strike plate for installation on many wood door frames. Both models can accommodate a deep door latch keeper.
"As a critical component for an access control system, our 3300 Series door strikes serve the growing need for custom solutions, delivered fast and at reasonable prices," said Bryan Sanderford, National Sales Manager, Dortronics Systems, Inc. "Access control depends on strength and dependability at the first line of defense, the point of entry. That's what our 3300 Series Electric Strikes offer."
Built to hold tight with a 2,000-lb. pull test rating and a stainless steel jaw and strike plate, Dortronics' 3300 Series Electric Strikes convert from fail-secure (the door is locked in case of a power failure) to fail-safe operation (the door is open in case of a power failure) without the need for special tools. Additionally, they feature an in-line automatic power converter that accepts power from 12 to 24 Volts DC, and output is automatically adjusted to match strike input requirements. For added functionality, an optional latch bolt monitoring switch provides status and facilitates use in access control systems.
For more information on Dortronics' extensive line of access control products call toll free 1-800-906-0137, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their web site www.dortronics.com.
About Dortronics Systems, Inc.
Dortronics Systems, Inc. is the industry's "quick-ship" supplier of standard and custom finish access control products including electromagnetic locks; electronic strikes; power supplies; key switch controls; pushbutton controls; digital keypad controls; delayed egress controls; alarm annunciation controls; high security locks; egress bar door releases; emergency pull stations; and access control applications for smaller installations.