Adams Rite 7170-510-628-05 Electric Strike, Clear Aluminum Anodized
7170 Electric Strikes with 4-7/8” faceplates areDesigned for mortise or cylindrical type locksets with up to 3/4” latchbolt projection without deadbolt. For use in hollow metal or wood door jambs.
Remote electrical control of any door equipped with a mortise or cylindrical type lockset with up to 3/4” latchbolt projection without deadbolt. Electrical actuation unlocks strike jaw, releasing latchbolt so door can be opened without operating latch itself. Extremely compact mechanism fits into hollow metal jamb sections as shallow as 1-7/8”. Fits existing prep for discontinued Adams Rite 7560AN, 7570, 7860AN, 7870 Electric Strikes.
Adams Rite, a member of the ASSA ABLOY group, has added electrification to every element of door locking hardware from strikes, to bolts, to exit devices to locks. Not only do they have electrified door hardware, they have it in a style that meets the Adams Rite standard of beautiful functionality.
Adams Rite electrified hardware includes almost 2 dozen styles of electrified strikes. These include fire-rated and Ultraline strikes in a variety of styles. Having led the aluminum door lock industry for decades Adams Rite knows how to offer the electrified strikes needed in the field.
They have applied these lessons to their electrified deadlatch and deadlock. The Steel Hawk 4300 Electrified deadlatch combines mechanical locking hardware with electrified access control while still fitting in with standard aluminum entrance door preparations. It operates mechanically from the inside and by keyed mortise cylinder or electronic control from the outside.
The RITE Touch Digital Glass Door Lock is a electrified deadlock is designed for single or double doors and that operates from the outside either by entering a user code on a touch-screen or by using a Mifare credential card. Interior operation is by thumbturn or override button. Additional packs of Mifare credential cards are available. It is battery operated and has optional automatic locking.