auto operator and electric strike

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The 8200 Series operator CANNOT power a strike, maglock, or EL device. A separate power supply is ALWAYS required. There is an onboard relay to control a strike, maglock, or EL device.
The Benchmark III control has a 24VDC, 2.5 amp power supply, and built in relay for controlling electric strikes or other accessories less than 2.5 amps current load. For a fail secure strike, r...
The 4600 Series operator has both a 12VDC and 24VDC output rated at 1A (combined load) to power strikes, maglocks, and other devices, but an EL device "always" has to have a separate PS914-2RS Seri...
The 4630/4630 operator has a 12 VDC and 24 VDC output that can power an electric strike or maglock. The wiring diagrams are shown on page 14 of the installation instructions (attached). 4600 Insta...
Chexit devices are NOT electric latch retraction.  In order for Chexit device to operate with an auto operator you will need to add a rim electric strike on a single door or a pair o...
 Pneumatic Automatic Operators are used in areas where electrically operated devices are not convenient or permitted.  Consists of a modified, heavy-duty door closer for manual oper...
The 4630/4640 Series operator is designed/recommended for a door that will see mostly manual traffic with the occasion automatic/ handicap operation.
ElectroMechanical Automatic Operators are designed to automatically open when activated. The Benchmark Series are Medium Duty "Commercial" automatic operators, often used on of...
This is not possible.  Due to the device's 16 Amp in-rush it would require it's own PS914-2RS which will power 1 or 2 devices.