what gauge or wire is recommended for an electric strike

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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...
Make sure the proper power supply (PS873 or PS914) and proper gauge and run wire is used for Chexit devices shipped prior to 8-24-2015 with solenoid driven. Related Solution: What wire&n...
Inadequate power or wrong gauge wire is used the inrush current demand by CX will overload and shutdown the power supply.  You must use the Von Duprin PS873 or newer PS914 supply.   Related soluti...
 The 10-042 is an electric strike used for cylindrical and tubular latch sets.  VOLTAGE  24 VAC  12 VDC  AMPERAGE  0.74A 0.33A   FREQUENCY  60 HZ ...
Electrical hinges or a power transfer units are the most commonly used practices to run electric power to locks and/or strikes. Electric Hinges: Most electric hinges will fit into a standard 4 ...
  For Product Shipped Prior to August 2012 using the old (black) potted module: a.       0-100 ft 14 gauge wire b.      0-200 ft 12...
 
LCN recommends an 18 AWG (minimum) wire size (gauge) to the 8310 Series hardwired actuators.
The wires on 6000 series electric strike solenoid are non polarized.
The Von Duprin 6000 series electric strike can be converted by ordering the appropriate kits below.  Kits include the solenoid, plunger, spring, and washer. 6000 Series solenoid Kit 12VDC -...
An electric strike or maglock (24 volt only) can be wired to a Senior Swing 2800/9500 series operator using the P10 Lock Interface cable. To power the 24VDC electric strike or maglock off a LCN Se...
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 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 5100 strike details are listed below: Only operates with 12VDC or 24VDC power supply. Will not operate with AC transformer. 12 or 24VAC can be converted to 12/24VDC using Von Duprin SO12 o...
The EPT2 has (2) 18 gauge wires and the EPT10 has (10) 24 gauge wires.  Even though they are 18 gauge or 24 gauge wires they are special high stress, high flex, & high current wires specifically u...
Some transformers in the power supplies provide a little humming noise and that is normal. If the humming in Von Duprin PS873 power supply is loud follow these steps. Remove the load from the outp...
For devices shipped after 8-24-2015 with motor driven:  a.       0-200 ft, use  #18 gauge wire b.      0-500 ft, use #14 gauge wir...
For Product Shipped prior to 8-24-2015 with solenoid driven:          a.       0-100 ft, use #14 Gauge Wire      b.&n...
The PIB300/PIB301 should be located as close as possible to the Access Control Panel.  Do not exceed 500 feet.
Wiring distance from the PIB300/301 to the AD300/301 locksets may be up to 1000 feet (18AWG) for Power and up to 4000 feet (24AWG) for the RS485 data lines.
See the User Guide instructions in the links below
Since most wire transfer devices such as an EPT or electric hinges cannot provide large gauge wires, we take the small gauge wire into account when determining the overall wire size for the device....
Product Ordered after 7/10/2012 - Product identified by label on QEL motor You no longer need to use the 900-2Q option board (no longer available) with the PS900 power supplies to ...
Product Ordered before 7/10/2012 - Product identified by no label on QEL motor. You must use the 900-2Q option board with the PS900 power supplies to operate the QEL devices.  The attached ta...
Supply wires - 24AWGRX wires - 20AWGLX wires - 20 AWG
Chexit devices shipped prior to 8-24-2015 with solenoid driven could cause the Von Duprin CX solenoid to pull and drop and sound the alarm with solid LED or no LED light after the rear...