310-4-X Series

The 310-4 vertical surface mounted series is designed for heavy duty applications on single or double doors. The all stainless steel construction of this device makes it ideal for high abuse applications. This line of electric strikes will accommodate rim exit devices with a swinging, Pullman style latchbolt. 

310-4-1

For both leaves of a pair of doors when spacing of the vertical rod is between 4" and 4-3/4".

PK keeper standard

310-4-2

For both leaves of a pair of doors when spacing of the vertical rod is between 4-5/8" and 5-3/8". 

PK keeper standard

310-4-3

For both leaves of a pair of doors when spacing of the vertical rod is between 5-1/4" and 6".

PK keeper standard

310-4-30

For both leaves of a pair of doors when spacing of the vertical rod is between 2-5/8" and 3-3/38".

PK keeper standard

 

Specifications

  • UL1034, burglary-resistant listed
  • UL 294 (6th Edition) listed
  • ANSI/BHMA A156.31, Grade 1
  • New York City accepted
  • RoHS compliant

Electrical

  • .51 Amps @ 12VDC continuous duty
  • .25 Amps @ 24VDC continuous duty

Standard Features

  • Tamper resistant, heavy-duty construction
  • Constructed entirely of stainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance 500,000 cycles
  • Adjustable keeper to allow for door and frame misalignment
  • Pullman keeper
  • Non-handed
  • Fail Secure (standard)
  • Plug-in connector
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • Fail Safe
  • LCBMA - Latchbolt & Locking Cam Monitor with Auxiliary Switch

 

Note: Double-door models are available with 4 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" off center-to-center dimension, either way.

When using an electric strike in conjunction with a vertical-rod device, it is necessary that:

  1. The bottom rod of the exit device be removed or made inoperative
  2. The latchbolt of the exit device be the "Pullman" or beveled type
  3. The latchbolt 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