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Option boards are not required with PS900 series power supplies when using electric strikes. See the list of options below. The PS902 would power up to 5 electric strikes at 24VDC or&n...
Electrical hinges or a power transfer units are the most commonly used practices to run electric power to locks and/or strikes. Electric Hinges: Most electric hinges will fit into a standard 4 ...
The 4630/4630 operator has a 12 VDC and 24 VDC output that can power an electric strike or maglock. The wiring diagrams are shown on page 14 of the installation instructions (attached). 4600 Insta...
Follow the steps below to troubleshoot the problem. Measure the voltage at the electric strike. If the strike is FSE and not locking there should be no voltage at the strike and if it is FS there ...
The 8200 Series operator CANNOT power a strike, maglock, or EL device. A separate power supply is ALWAYS required. There is an onboard relay to control a strike, maglock, or EL device.
The Benchmark III control has a 24VDC, 2.5 amp power supply, and built in relay for controlling electric strikes or other accessories less than 2.5 amps current load. For a fail secure strike, r...
The PS861 will not power an EL device.  The high 16Amp current of the EL requires the PS914-2RS, PS914-4RL or the older PS873-2 power supply to operate.
The Senior Swing control box has a built in (programmable) relay output for connection to a Fail Safe/Fail Secure electric strike/maglock or to an EL Device power supply.