Electronic Door Strike has jaw strength of 2,000 lbs.

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Model SD-995C24, 24-Volt Electronic Door Strike for metal doors, converts cylindrical lock sets to electronic access control locking system. Unit can be used on various cylindrical door locking systems. When used in conjunction with digital keypad, it provides high levels of security without keys. SD-995C24 can be field-programmed for fail-secure or fail-safe operation. Reversible for right/left-hand doors, it is powered by solenoid.



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Electric Door Strike for Metal Doors - SD-995C24


SECO-LARM introduces its new 24-Volt Electronic Door Strike for metal doors. The SD-995C24 converts cylindrical lock sets to an electronic access control locking system. This unit is especially suitable for office-type applications. Like the SK-995C (SECO-LARM's 12VDC Electric Door Strike), the SD-995C24 can be used on virtually any cylindrical door locking system. When used in conjunction with a digital keypad, the unit assures high security without the need for a key. The SD-995C24 can be easily connected to SECO-LARM's SK-983A Electronic Keypad. It has CE approval, and has been tested to 1 million cycles.

This unit can be field-programmed in seconds for fail-secure or fail-safe operation. It is ANSI-sized (4-7/8" x 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" or 124 x 32 x 32 mm), and reversible for right-hand or left-hand doors. The shallow design works well with almost all metal doors. It has a very low current drain of 150mA @ 24VDC.

Powered by a solenoid, not a buzzer coil, the jaw strength is 2,000 pounds, with a stainless steel lip (keeper) for strength and long life. An optional lip-extension bracket is available.

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