can electric strikes be used with Chexit devices

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The E996L-FSE trim is needed if the application requires fail-secure operation from the trim side of the opening. When power is out on Chexit device, E996L-FSE trim will remain locked to ...
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...
The 22, 33/35A and 98/99 rim exit devices: The 6111 is the most common electric strike to be used with these devices 6112 and 6113 electric strikes also could be used The 6300 surface mount el...
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...
To use the 5547 with an electric strike you would need the ES top rod & latch part number 050656-00 and remove the bottom rod and latch. The 6213 electric strike is recommended with 5547LBR, non fi...
This is not a recommended application as the electric strike does not have the same holding force as the XP98/99 rim exit device. The electric strike has 1500 pounds of holding force whereas the XP...
The 6111 electric strike can be used only on non rated openings less bottom rod with pullman top latch (use ES prefix when ordering device). Device back set will change to match the centerline of t...
Not for use in fire rated openings.
The 5100 electric strikes are for use with cylindrical locks only.  Instead use the following:6211 electric strike is used with mortise lock without deadbolt on a new single door, hollow ...
Von Duprin does not recommend using XP98/99 devices with any electric strike.   Von Duprin recommends using the standard 98/99 rim device.  The XP device has 2000 pound holding forc...
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 ...
A Von Duprin 6111, 6112, or 6113 electric strike will work with a 1790 device.  The 6300 will not work.
This application is not recommended as elelctric strikes have never been tested with XP98/99 exit device because it would defeat the XP device holding force purpose.   The holding force f...
The 6300 surface mounted electric strike can be used with a 22 rim device.
LR is the regular/ standard latch and PL is Pullman/ES (Electric Strike) latch for the Von Duprin 8827 exit device.
 ES (electric strike) latch is only used with the 8827 less bottom rod on a non fire rated exit device with a 6111 electric strike.
You can't run 24VDC into the 12VDC electric strike, over voltage such as this will cause the solenoid to heat up and damage the solenoid.  You must change to a 24V solenoid, part number 050240-00.
Option boards are not required with PS900 series power supplies when using electric strikes. See the list of options below. The PS902 would power up to 5 electric strikes at 24VDC or&n...
The center line of the L9000 mortise lock is 7/8" above the center line of the 6211 electric strike. This is the "C" dimension given on the second page of the 6211 template.
The 6211 would be the most common electric strike to be used with cylindrical locks on a single door application.  Check the template to confirm compatibility with specific cylindrical lock model n...
Aluminum mullions 5654 or 5754 are not designed to accept any electric strike including 6300 surface mounted electric strike.