Trine 4200CC7-10B-32D Electric Strike – Dual Faceplates & Finishes

For Cylindrical Locks and Deadlatches

Reviews (1) | Customer Questions (3)

$135.03

Less parts mean less problems! As a one-piece locking mechanism with one solenoid and two faceplate lengths, this is the easiest electric strike to install we’ve found. The cavity is the tallest in its class to solve door sag and alignment problems. A shallow backset solves the frame depth issue you run into with glass store fronts, and the headache with the auxiliary latch “pins” found on Adams Rite® locks are gone. It’s even spidey-like with removable fascia to match your frame. Strikes should be heard not seen.

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SKU: 4200CC7-10B-32D
  • Use with cylindrical locksets & dead latches in aluminum, metal, and wood frames
  • The only electric strike to have two different finishes in one box.  Allows you to match the two most popular frame finishes — clear aluminum and dark bronze
  • Competitively priced – at or lower then competition models of the same class
  • Tallest Latch Cavity in it’s Class – at 2 13/16″ the 4200 offer’s almost twice the latch height compared to the competition
  • Poe Friendly electric strike – 0.240 Amps at 12VDC and 0.114 Amps at 24VDC
  • Runs Cool all the time, no need of an external ‘pack’ to reduce strike temperature under continuous duty

Dimensions

Faceplate: 1 1/4 (W) x 4 7/8 (H) in., Cavity: 1 5/8 (W) x 3 3/8 (H) x 1 1/16 (D) in., Faceplate: 1 1/4 (W) x 6 7/8 (H) in.

Environmental

Operating Temperature Range: -20°C to +40°C

Holding Force

1,500 lbs

Voltage

Field Selectable

Brand

Trine

Manufacturer

Trine

Locking Device

Cylindrical Latch

ANSI Rating

Grade 1 (Best)

Weight

2.5 lbs

Warranty

1 Year Manufacturer

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  1. Easy Installation...Works as Described

    Pat Heck (verified owner)

    Installed this in an existing aluminum frame door that didn’t have any access control. Hardest (and scariest) work was cutting the frame. I knew I would get to a “point of no return” so I used a cardboard box first as a model/template…and that made me feel a lot better about starting the cutting. This has worked just as described. The one thing I’m still working on is taking out some of the play in the latching. The lock comes with a small shim/plate that can be installed over the moveable part of the strike, but it isn’t designed as well as I’d like. We have a deep latch and if you pull the door open slowly it will catch on the shim. None-the-less, I’m very happy with the purchase.

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Customer Questions & Answers

  1. Answered by the admin

    Yes, but if you are just plugging in a CAT5 it will not operate it must be connected to a POE switch. 

  2. Answered by the admin No this is just the strike itself. Please see the link below if you are needing the transformer as well. https://www.gokeyless.com/product/trine-5201-plug-24vac-low-voltage-transformer/
  3. Answered by the admin

    Yes, since this is a strike it will operate on a Normally Open circuit. 

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