Adams Rite 7130 & 7131 Electric Strikes for Aluminum Jambs

by Adams Rite
$ 130.00

Barzel Lock Stocks The 7130 & 7131 In All Finishes & Options.

Description: 7130, 7131 Electric Strikes with 6-7/8” faceplates are designed for Adams Rite deadlatches or cylindrical locksets with 1/2” to 5/8” latchbolt projection. For use in aluminum jambs and stiles.

Function: Remote electrical control of any narrow stile or hollow metal door equipped with an Adams Rite Series 4500, 4700, or 4900 Series (or similar) Deadlatch or cylindrical (key-in-knob/lever) type lockset with 1/2” to 5/8” latchbolt projection. Large faceplate is designed to cover strike opening when converting from an MS pivoted-bolt deadlock to a deadlatch. Electrical actuation unlocks strike jaw, releasing latchbolt so door can be opened without operating latch itself. Extremely compact mechanism fits into aluminum jamb (or opposing door) sections as shallow as 1-5/8”. Replaces discontinued Adams Rite 7030, 7530, 7830 Electric Strikes.

Finishes:

313-Dark Bronze Anodized Aluminum

628-Clear Aluminum Anodized

Specifications:

Fail-Safe/Fail-Secure: Field convertible from one mode to the other. However, AC intermittent solenoid must not be used continuously in either.

Case: Approximately 1” x 3-3/8” x 1-5/8” deep.

Strike Lip: Basic 7130 strike has lip of proper length for 1-3/4” thick door that closes flush with jamb edge. Where door thickness or jamb shape differs from this standard relationship, lip extension kits are available, specified by last dash number. Not available for 7131.

Strike Opening: 5/8” x 1-7/16” x ½” deep. Bolt retainer jaw is stainless steel. Strike accepts bolt of any Adams Rite 4500, 4700 (discontinued), or 4900 Deadlatch or cylindrical latches.

Faceplate: Measures 1-1/4” x 6-7/8”. 7130 has flat faceplate, 7131 is radiused to match nose on inactive leaf in a pair of narrow stile glass doors. Available in a wide range of architectural finishes.

Voltage: Available in 12 or 24 volt AC and DC. DC continuous units are silent, AC intermittent units “buzz” on operation.