Buzz-In Electric Strike Kit of Aluminum Frame Glass Doors

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$169.80

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SKU: GK-ESNS-KIT

Kit includes 1 Receptionist Button + 1 Plug-In Power Adapter + 1 Electric Door Strike

  • Remote buzz-in of guests/visitors
  • Commercial duty hardware
  • Ensure you match the strike’s voltage selection with your power adapter voltage at installation
  • Release strike by pressing inscribed key symbol on receptionist button
  • Re-lock upon release of button

Support: Wire Selection Guide

Right now you have to stop what you're doing and physically walk to the door to let someone in.  This out-dated approach for granting temporary access, whether for a visitor, trade worker, or customer can be easily improved upon.  With a small amount of effort and investment, you can implement an automated approach to remotely authorize passage.  The buzz-in lock kit here has all the components less your wiring to create your new remote release system.  It includes the door release push button, a commercial grade deadlatch 24VAC electric door strike for aluminum store-front doors, and a plug-in power supply.  When someone needs to come in, simply press the button with the inscribed key and the electric strike will fire, allowing the individual to grab the existing door knob or handle, and pull or push the door open. The button pulses the electric strike to open. Strike re-locks upon releasing button.

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  1. Valerie, South Beloit, IL

    We installed this “receptionist button” a few weeks ago and we could not be happier! It works like a charm by allowing our receptionist to continue working while visitors are let in the building. Great investment, good quality, great price. It was easy to install and is a huge timesaver for us!

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  2. Kathy, Jupiter, FL

    I am very happy with all the products I purchased from you. All has been installed and working just fine. I purchased the last item a cover of some sort and that I will have to return since it did not fit the space on the door it is too large and will not work. Everyone at your company is very nice and helpful Happy Holidays to all.

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Customer Questions & Answers

  1. Answered by the admin This kit is designed to work 1 for 1. To add additional buttons to one strike is not recommended nor are we able to guarantee that it will operate as desired.
  2. Answered by the admin Most electric strikes come in a Fail Safe and Fail Secure mode. This allows you to lock upon pressing the button or opening the door as well. We would suggest that you speak to one of our commercial representatives to ensure that you receive the correct lock for this type of set up, they can be reached at 937-247-9327 option 1.
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    The Brand of lock does not matter for electric strikes. What does matter is the type of lock you are using in conjunction with this specific strike as it is only designed to work with narrow stile products such as the 4900 by Adams Rite. For these types of kits we highly recommend speaking with our sales staff prior to purchase to ensure you get the right kit for your door setup. 

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    Yes this kit will fit the majority of Narrow Stile Deadltach setup. Yes it does require wiring and you can use our basic guide as it will give you the standard way to wire this setup. 

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