Folger Adam: 310-4-30 Electric Strike
Folger Adam 310-4-30 has a stainless steel construction which makes it ideal for high abuse applications. This line of electric strikes will accommodate rim exit devices with a swinging, Pullman style latchbolt.
- Static strength 1,500 lbs
- Endurance 1 million cycles
- For both leaves of a pair of doors when spacing of the vertical rods is between 2-5/8" [66.675mm] and 3-3/8" [85.725mm]
- ANSI/BHMA A156.31, Grade 1
Features and Benefits:
- Constructed entirely of stainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance.
- Static strength 1,500 lbs.
- Tamper-resistant, heavy duty construction.
- Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
- Endurance rating 500,000 cycles.
- Pullman keeper.
- Plug-in connector.
- Adjustable keeper to allow for door and frame misalignment.
- Available in Satin Stainless Steel (630) & Bronze Toned (613) finish.
- ANSI/BHMA A156.31, Grade 1.
- UL1034, burglary-resistant listed.
- DOD approved.
- New York City accepted.
.51 Amps @ 12VDC continuous duty
.25 Amps @ 24VDC continuous duty
Fail Secure (Power-to-Unlock): Unlocked when energized. Locked when de-energized and during power failure.
Fail Safe (Power-to-Lock): Locked when energized. Unlocked when de-energized and during power failure.
LCBMA- Latchbolt & Locking Cam Monitor with Auxiliary Switch: Monitors when the latchbolt is projected into the strike pocket.
Note: Double-door models are available with four different center-to-center dimensions between latchbolt keepers. Keepers are wide enough to compensate for vertical-rod exit bolts which may be as much as 3/8" (10mm) off center-to-center dimension, either way.
Note: When using an electric strike in conjunction with a vertical-rod exit device:
1. The bottom rod of the exit device must be removed or made inoperative.
2. The latchbolt of the exit device must be the "Pullman" or beveled type.
3. The latchbolt must be free-latching and remain projected while the door is open. Mechanisms that hold the latchbolt retracted while the door is open, and automatically release it when the door is closed, must be removed or made inoperative.