Electric Door Hardware

Electric hardware can be used to increase convenience to the occupants of a building or increase security and safety. A complete working system requires consideration of the seen and unseen pieces of hardware.

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Power Transfers

Worried about how to get power to the hardware on your door? There are a number of ways to transfer power through the door to an electric lock or other device. Through-wire hinges, electric power transfers, and armored door cords are the most common.

Don't forget the power supply! There won't be any power to transfer without it.

Von Duprin EPT Power Transfer

Electric Locks

Electric locks can be standalone and powered by a battery-pack inside the device, or they may be tied into a complete system and powered through the door. Most electric locks have the option to be Fail Safe (FSA) or Fail Secure (FSE)

See our Access Control page to learn more.

Electric Strikes

An electric strike is a good option if you want to avoid all the preps to the door. They are installed at the strike location on the frame or in the inactive door on double doors. Be sure that the strike you specify will be compatible with the latching hardware. Most electric strikes have the option to be Fail Safe (FSA) or Fail Secure (FSE) but are generally used as FSE.

Electric Strike

Magnetic Locks

Magnetic locks are capable of holding a door secure with over 1000 lbs. of hold force. They are electrically locked and immediately release upon interruption of power (FSA). These are generally mounted at the head of the door and frame.

Magnetic Lock

Switches

Switches can be built into the hardware, such as locks and exit devices, to send signals when used to other devices or control panels. There are also key switches, push buttons, and card readers that are external hardware tied into a system. These all act to control access at the opening.

Electric Exit Devices

Exit devices are very flexible in terms of electric options because they often have a lot more 'real estate' to place electric components. Some of the common electric options used in exit devices include:

• Electric Latch Retraction
• Electric Dogging
• Electrified Trim
• Exit Alarms
• Delayed Egress

Electrical Emergency Door Exit Device

Brands

We supply these and other respected industry brands.

Electrical Emergency Door Exit Device
Electrical Emergency Door Exit Device
Electrical Emergency Door Exit Device
Electrical Emergency Door Exit Device
Electrical Emergency Door Exit Device
Electrical Emergency Door Exit Device
Electrical Emergency Door Exit Device
Electrical Emergency Door Exit Device

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