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Electric Strike provides remote access control to commercial environments

  • 29 Nov 2016

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The Axim ES-2100 Electric Strike is a remote access control device for doors fitted with the Axim LK-2100 deadlatch.

Suitable for demanding commercial environments, the Axim ES-2100 Electric Strike replaces the standard fixed strike plate of the deadlatch on single and double aluminium doors.

Electric Strike is available in 12vDC or 24vDC Fail Safe or Fail Secure, and is supplied with a flat faceplate for installation into a frame of a single leaf door or the inactive leaf of a pair of doors.

The device can be fitted into an aluminium jamb section as shallow as 44.45mm and is powered by internal solenoid.

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