falcon exit device backset with electric strike backset

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Backset dimensions will vary depending on the device, application and the opening configuration. If you have questions on specific device backsets, please e-mail your request (including a descripti...
Yes, fire rated exit devices can have electric latch retraction.  However, the devices must be tied into a fire alarm system to remove power from the units so the doors will be latched in the ...
Falcon (19. 24, 25, and XX) parts manuals for Exits are downloadable on the 
No, Falcon 20 devices have not been specifically tested with electric strikes.
Though not designed for use in exterior applications, the 6111 electric strike will function with the 98/9952 series exit device.  Depending on the construction of the gate post, a blade sto...
The Von Duprin 6111 electric strike would work with DOM 1790 device on medium style doors Centerline of the 1790 device mounting screws are located 1 11/16" from face of stop. See d...
The 6111 electric strike would work in this application with a blade stop spacer. The post that it is mounted in should be capped to protect the solenoid from the elements..
The 5100 electric strikes are for use with cylindrical locks only.  Instead use the following:6211 electric strike is used with mortise lock without deadbolt on a new single door, hollow ...
The 22, 33/35A and 98/99 rim exit devices: The 6111 is the most common electric strike to be used with these devices 6112 and 6113 electric strikes also could be used The 6300 surface mount el...
Von Duprin does not recommend using XP98/99 devices with any electric strike.   Von Duprin recommends using the standard 98/99 rim device.