Series 2

The original electric strike!

Going back to our roots

We have been manufacturing series 2 since 1989. This emblematic product is a classic in the hardware business and is available in a vast range of models.

Series 2

The original electric strike!

Going back to our roots

We have been manufacturing series 2 since 1989. This emblematic product is a classic in the hardware business and is available in a vast range of models.

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The original electric strike!

We have been manufacturing series 2 since 1989. This emblematic product is a classic in the hardware business and is available in a vast range of models.

3.500 N

Break-in resistance

4.400 N

Dynamic strength

According to EN 14846 standard

3x200l000

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Positive or negative?

The connection is not polarized. This makes the installation of our electric strike safe and comfortable. Just connect it to the proper voltage, and you are ready to go!

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T-shaped coil.

We attach the coil without screws. Our t shape design protects the coil from vibrations or movements inside the housing.

Bigger terminal block.

External curved design for the terminal block to avoid short circuit with the housing. Internal cable protected and positioned inside the housing to prevent any damage.

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Dimensions

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Slider

2S

Surface electric strike

The surface electric strikes are built with a cavity designed to house the bolt and facilitate the automatic access.

They are available for right or left din doors, and also for horizontal (90 mm) and vertical (120 mm) mechanical locks.

With a wide variety of functions and voltages, these electric strikes quickly unlock standard doors with low power consumption.

2S

Surface electric strike

The surface electric strikes are built with a cavity designed to house the bolt and facilitate the automatic access.

They are available for right or left din doors, and also for horizontal (90 mm) and vertical (120 mm) mechanical locks.

With a wide variety of functions and voltages, these electric strikes quickly unlock standard doors with low power consumption.