700 Series

Folger Adam 700 Series
 

 


732-75 Electric Strike

CODE: 732-75 24D 32D

732 Electric Strike

CODE: 732 24D 32D

712-75 Electric Strike

CODE: 712-75 24D 32D

Price: $350.46

Wood Frame
3/4'' Throw Latch

Know the latch throw before ordering this Folger Adam strike






Price: $341.81

Wood Frame
1/2'' Throw Latch

Know the latch throw before ordering this Folger Adam strike






Price: $350.46

Metal Frame
3/4'' Throw Latch

Know the latch throw before ordering this Folger Adam strike






   
712 Electric Strike

CODE: 712 24D 32D

   

Price: $341.81

Metal Frame
1/2'' Throw Latch

Know the latch throw before ordering this Folger Adam strike






   

 

About 700 Strikes

Industrial Duty Strikes

ANSI/BHMA A156.31, Grade 1

3 Hour Fire Rated (fail secure function only)

Non-Handed

 

Ordering 700 Strikes

The first important point is keeper depth.  Models 712 and 732 have 1/2'' keeper depth.  A 3/4'' depth is offered by models 712-75 and 732-75.  These depths relate directly to the ''latch throw'' of the locks.  Most commerical locks have a 1/2'' throw, but some have a 3/4'' throw.  You need to know your locks ''throw'' before ordering a strike.

712 - for Hollow Metal frames

732 - for Wood frames

To ensure you order the correct model, you must know your latch size and frame type.

NOTE: most commercial locks have a 1/2'' throw and are installed in doors on a metal frame.  This means model 712 is by far the most popular model in the 700 series.

Comparison:

712 = Von Duprin 6211

712 -75 = Von Duprin 6211

732 = Von Duprin 6211WF

732-75 = Von Duprin 6211WF

 

Switches - Optional switches are available that are used to send signals to secondary devices.  These switches are called LBM and LCM.

  • LBM - Latchbolt Monitor - sends a signal when a latch is inside the strike
  • LCM - Locking Cam Monitor - sends a signal when the keeper is closed and locked in place

These switches are most often ordered together as LBMLCM.  The switches are installed at the factory and cannot be added to a standard strike in the field.

A strike with these switches installed will have 6 wires.  2 wires operate the electric strike and then there are 2 additional wires per switch.  A typical installation would have the 2 strike wires running to the power supply and the 4 switch wires running to a remote monitoring station.

 

 

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