Trine 4850

One Box Solution Surface Mount Electric Strike


For Rim Panic Exit Devices

Fitting an electric strike on an exit door can be as much an art as it is a science. Well it used to be until this gem from Trine. It’s universal, meaning size adjustable and field selectable. The included two spacers creates 4 thicknesses, making it fit EVERY stile of door. Easier to win the battle this way. From their Axiom Premium Strike line, so crazy dependable too.

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SKU: 4850
  • For use with surface mounted rim exit devices with up to a 1” throw
  • No cutting of the frame
  • Cavity is completely open — which means the 4850 allows for an incremental depth up to a 1” throw – Competitor back plates do not allow for this versatility
  • Built-in electronics automatically allow 11 through 28 DC Voltage input — with surge and kickback protection
  • Comes with Trine’s Patented 6-Pin Anchoring System for strength and stability
  • Contains a one piece locking mechanism with one Solenoid — less parts mean less problems
  • Fail-safe/Fail-secure field selectable
  • BHMA Grade 1 Electric Strike:  1,000,000+ Life cycles and 1,500+ lbs. Holding Force

Trine 4850 Cutsheet

Trine 4850 Electric Characteristics





Locking Device

Exit – Rim


Field Selectable


Bright Brass, Satin Brass, Satin Bronze, Polished Stainless Steel, Dark Bronze, Satin Stainless Steel

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Customer Questions & Answers

  1. A Hello - The 4850 is the only electric strike recommended by Hager for use with their rim panic devices - it works great. Other electric strikes can bind between the latch and the deadlocking trigger of the Hager. - Trine Representative Answering.

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