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LOX, ES20 Series, High Security Electric Strikes – Australian Footprint

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LOX020
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The LOX ES20 Series high security Electric Door Strikes are one of the most successful commercial Electric Strike products in Australia. It is manufactured from stainless steel, accepts D.C. Voltages from 10 to 30 VDC and is site interchangeable from Fail-Secure to Fail Safe (Power to Release to Power to Lock) by only using a small screw-driver.

 

The ES20 Series Strikes have a 10mm strike lip as standard. This prevents potential personal injury and damage to clothing as compared to Electric Strikes with a 15mm strike lip.

 

All ES20 Series Strikes are pre-drilled to take extension lips in various sizes.

 

The ES20 Electric Strike is one of the strongest Electric Strikes in its category.

 

ES20 Facts:

  • 5 year warranty
  • Simple Power To Lock/Power To Release interchange
  • No loose pins and springs
  • 10mm strike lip pre-drilled for extension lips
  • Multi-Voltage: 10-30VDC
  • Fire rated CE & RCM Approvials
  • Superior holding strength

 

Technical Specifications:

ES20 Australian profile non monitored door strike. Mortice Mount, Power to Lock/Power to Open field interchangeable capacity.
ES20M Monitored version of the ES 20
HOLDING STRENGTH Up to 1000kg, Tested to 1.5 million cycles
VOLTAGE/CURRENT Multi Voltage 10—30VDC , 250mA at 12VDC , 125mA at 24VDC
APPROVALS Up to 4-hour fire rated to A.S Standard, CE & C-TICK
LSS MONITORING Status Sensor of the internal locking mechanism
DSS MONITORING Door Latch Sensor, Door latch engaged within strike keeper
ATS MONITORING Door strike removed or repositioned Sensor
ENVIRONMENTAL Operational Temperature Range – 20 deg . C to 60 deg . C.

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