Buzz In Electric Strike Kit

Wired Remote Release of Wood/Metal Doors

Reviews (4) | Customer Questions (15)


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

  • Remote buzz-in of guests/visitors
  • Commercial duty hardware
  • Wire up to two receptionist buttons into the strike
  • Includes AC power adapter – AC most common for efficiency and ‘clicking’ sound
  • 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: Wiring Guide

Currently you have to drop everything and physically go to the door to let someone in.  This is an out of date procedure for granting temporary access, whether for a visitor, trade worker, or customer.  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 cylindrical latch electric door strike, and a 24VAC power supply.  The AC adapter emits a buzzing sound when the button is depressed. Be sure to match the strike's voltage selection with your power adapter voltage at installation.  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. Joseph from Texas (verified owner)

    This works great. Makes my staff’s job easier in a busy clinic. Was easy for my handyman to install. Cost way less than expensive magnetic and even other mechanical systems. Made it affordable for a small business to control access to clinic hallway. They had forgotten a part and owned up to it and over-nighted it to us. Great to work with. Satisfied with product.

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  2. Robert from Texas

    The transformer was not strong enough to work strike . Once I switched to 24 volt instead of 12 volt it worked great. Other then that I like the product.

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  3. Walt, Facilities Manager, Albany, GA

    The products that we have purchased have primarily be the GS ES Kits with one or two exceptions. The product has worked great and our people really like these devices.

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  4. Jose from New Jersey

    I really appreciate the help getting the strike kit I purchase however it had been great if was not force to buy another ac adapter because the one you guys provide is not as strong it needs to be in order to make the striker sound once you press the button’ other than that it was great to deal with you guys and now I am looking forward to buy 2 camera systems from you as well…

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Customer Questions & Answers

  1. Answered by the admin

    Theoretically, yes but it is not recommended. The door will have a hard time closing shut as a standard deadbolt will not retract when hitting the strike plate while the door is closing.

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    While you cannot use this specific kit in an outdoor situation such as a gate. You can use this GK-ES kit which is outdoor rated for gates and other outdoor applications. 

  3. Answered by the admin Below we have provided a link to our wireless receiver and the transmitter for electric strike locks. This remote button release will wireless unlock the door. In reference to your wire question, wire gauges range in distance and voltage. Typically the GK-ES-KIT is sold with a 12V power supply and most installation fall within 100 foot run calling for 14 gauge wire. It is recommended that you check with your local electrician and refer to the wire guide below for proper installation and wiring.
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    No, the buttons are wired to each specific door which will allow you to open the doors individually without interfering with the other door. 
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    While this particular setup is not designed for narrow aluminum with glass doors our GK-ESNS kit will suffice. However, your door must have specific hardware such as the Adams Rite 4900 to work with that kit. We would encourage you to speak with our trained sales staff to ensure that you are getting the right product for your specific door. 

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    Yes, the strike kit will have no issue working with an interior wood door. You will need to modify the frame as you would with any door for a strike. 
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    Yes, this will fit the 4-7/8 ANSI prep and as long as it is wired properly you will be able to push the button to release the strike. 

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    Each item has a one year warranty from date of purchase. 

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    Unfortunately, this kit is not designed to work with a threshold locking system. Due to it being an electrified strike anything mounted on the floor would create issues with water and other debris which would clog the mechanism and short out the wiring. The best option would be to contact our sales staff to send in pictures so we can make a recommendation for a locking kit. 

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    Due to wiring constraints it is only recommended that you use one plug in power supply per door. You can however add two push button releases per door as long as you wire it correctly to complete the circuit when either button is pushed.

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