Electric Door Strike for Wood Doors

The SECO-LARM® Electric Door Strike can be used to convert cylindrical lock sets into an electronic access controlled locking system. Combine with an optional SECO‑LARM® digital keypad for keyless high security.

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  • UL 294 and UL 1034 Listed
  • Field-programmable in just seconds for fail-secure or fail-safe applications
  • The SECO-LARM Electric Door Strikes convert cylindrical lock sets to an electronic access controlled locking system
  • Can be used on virtually any cylindrical door locking system
  • Use of an optional digital keypad with the unit assures high security without the need for a key
  • Easily connects to SECO-LARM’s Electronic Keypads
  • Suitable for office-type applications
  • 715/16“x17/16” x11/4” (202x36x32 mm)
  • Symmetrical-sized. Reversible for right-hand or left-hand doors
  • Shallow design for use with most wood doors
  • Powered by a solenoid, not a buzzer coil
  • Static strength – 1,000-lbs. (454kg)
  • Stainless steel lip (keeper) for strength and long life
  • Non-polarized connection. Wires can be reversed
  • Current draw 280mA@12VDC
  • Tested to 1 million cycles
  • CE approved.
Operating Voltage 12 VDC
Operation Fail-secure or fail-safe
Current Draw 280mA
Static Strength 1,000-lb
Operating Temperature 14°F~113°F (-10°~45° C)
Dimensions 7-15/16″ x 1-7/16″ x 1-1/4″ (202 x 36 x 32 mm)

Product Information Sheet (PI)




  1. Check that the door latch is operating properly, and replace if necessary.
  2. The position of the electric strike may need to be adjusted by moving it or adding washers or shims.
  1. Unmount the strike and check that the two wires are connected properly.
  2. Ensure the wires are connected to a 12 or 24VDC source.
  3. Use a multimeter to test that the strike is receiving the proper voltage and amperage. If it is not, it may be necessary to use heavier gauge wires, or increase the output of the power supply.
  4. Make sure the activation device (keypad or push-button switch) is working properly.

Use DC power supply instead of AC power

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