STRIKE FOR INACTIVE LEAF

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It is possible to do, but not advised or supported. The door thickness would have to be enough to accommodate the strike body, then power ran to the strike with an EPT, electri...
Von Duprin 6223 electric strike is the most common closed back strike or the 6221 for open back strike on inactive leaf that can be used with Schlage L9000 or Von Duprin 7500 mortise lock.
Astragal must be applied to pull side of active leaf, since placing the stragal on the inside of the inactive leaf will interfere with the active door closing.
Dummy mortise trim without a lock case (L0170/L0712) is used on an inactive door. You can use an electrified mortise with a door position switch on the active door. The strike prep must be co...
The 571 strike is used on the in-active door leaf of a pair or on the 19-V door leaf when both doors are active per template.
NON Fire Rated doors would use the 1609 strike applied to the inactive leaf with flushbolts.  This may NOT be used on Fire Rated openings.
With a mullion: Use the standard strike 267 With no mullion and inactive leaf being held closed with flush or surface bolts: Use the 2609 double door strike
For non fire rated doors only the 1609 strike would be used on the inactive leaf that is flush/surface bolted or with a *surface or concealed vertical rod device on other door leaf.
The standard gap between a pair of doors will be 3/16" when used with a Steelcraft  "Z" astragal. If a wide inactive leaf is requested (no astragal) the gap between the doors will be...