Lockwood Padde PD-102601-000 Strike
650kg, Monitored, PTL with Roller Keeper for Panic Bar
The ES2600 Series surface mounted electric strikes are high security products manufactured from solid stainless steel and designed to be used with existing and new panic bars fitted to emergency doors.
When used in conjunction with a standard access control system, these strikes convert "Exit only" doors with "Pullman type" latches into a full access controlled door, thereby allowing authorised access from the secure side.
The ES2600 series are fully monitored with both solenoid and latch/door monitoring functions & can be changed from fail safe to fail secure on site.
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- Fail safe/fail secure changeable on site
- High security
- Available in 12 or 24Vdc
- 650kg holding force
- 1 million cycles endurance rating
- Body depth only 27mm
- Cast stainless steel body
- Low current consumption - max 175Ma @ 12Vdc
- Continuously rated solenoid
- Installation template
For use with panic bars
Fire rated door sets
Open out door sets
Suitable for use with all access control systems
Standards and Compliance:
Approved to UL1034 (highest level)
Current: 175mA @ 12Vdc
Solenoid: Solenoids are rated for continuous use.
Monitoring: Solenoid Monitor - 1 amp NO/NC microswitch, Door / Latch Monitor - 1 amp NO/NC microswitch
Holding Force: 650kg Static Strength Rating
Endurance: Cycle tested to 1,000,000 operations
Additional: Anti friction roller (patented). Suits panic bars with 15 to 20mm Pullman latch projection
Environment: Operational temperature range -20°C to +60°C
Body: Solid Stainless Steel Construction
Keeper: Stainless Steel
Latch: Suitable for 15-20mm pullman latch
The strike should be constructed of solid stainless steel, have a minimum holding force of 650kg and have an endurance rating of 1 million cycles. Maximum penetration into the door frame should not exceed 12mm. 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. Certifications must include CE and C-Tick.