Cylindrical lock & electric strike wiring diagram

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 The 10-042 is an electric strike used for cylindrical and tubular latch sets.    VOLTAGE  24 VAC  12 VDC &n...
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 ...
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...
The following application information apply to the 5100 electric strike: Can only be used on a single door with a cylindrical lock Can not be used on a pair of doors Can not be used on a mullion
The MA lock can be specified in a 12 or 24V DC configuration (default is 12V). Additionally, an AC power source may be used as long as a rectifier is installed in the circuit (not provided). He...
For additional details and a wiring diagram see the MA service manual page on electrical requirements here.
As of June 2011 the electrified T locks can support 12 or 24 Volts.  You do not need to specify 12 or 24 when ordering since the solenoid is capable of either voltage out of the...
Prior to June 2011 the T lock only supported 24V and the electrical requirements were as follows: 0.185 amp @ 24VDC Wire Gage 22 AWG See wiring diagram here - (Previous 2 wire versi...
Wiring and Riser diagrams can be accessed at: Common wiring diagrams can be accessed at:  us.allegion.com Go to "Document Library" > then choose Document type of "Wiring ...
The power supply output in the 7900 series control box is a 12VDC output, rated at (1/4A) 0.250A. It cannot be used to power a strike or maglock. You need to have a separate power supply for the st...