The ES110 is a cost efficient robust electric strike with a solid construction of one-piece cast aluminium body and stainless steel striker. Having a deeper than normal strike-keeper area, ES110 is designed to work with an extensive range of locks and offers the same level of security and reliability usually provided by more expensive electric locking solutions.
Extension lips are available to accommodate the installation of electric strikes on door frames with different thickness. The ES110 product range of patented electric strikes are suitable for use with all access control installations where flexibility, security and lower cost are required.
- All models IP56 Weather resistant
- Fail safe
- Stainless steel striker for extra strength and durability
- Stainless steel locking pins
- Optional mounting kit
- Installation template
- Suitable For 18mm latch with a 3mm door gap
- TRICARE® 5 Year Warranty
- Exposed areas
- High traffic areas
- Open in/open out doors
- Suitable for use with all access control systems
Standards and Compliance
- Successfully fire rated up to 4hrs on fire door assemblies in accordance with AS1905.1.2005 (Part 1: Fire resistant door sets)
- Approved to UL1034 (highest level)
- CE Approved
- C-Tick Certified
- Weather Resistant (IP56)
12 or 24Vdc
187mA @ 24Vdc
Solenoids are rated for continuous use.
680 kg Static Strength Rating
Cycle tested to 1,000,000 operations
Operational temperature range -20°C to + 60°C
Weather resistant construction Standard. (IP56)
Cast Aluminium Construction
Suitable for 15mm latchbolt with 3mm door gap
Where Power to Lock and Power to Open functions may be required in the same building, the strike must be interchangeable from either "Power to Lock" or "Power to Open" on site. The electric strike should not consume current greater than 243mA @ 12Vdc or 187mA @ 24Vdc and have a solenoid suitable for continuous use. Certifications must include CE, C-tick and 4hr fire rating. The strike should have a minimum holding force of 680kg, and an endurance rating of 1 million cycles.