Von Duprin EPT-10

Electric Power Transfer with Ten 24 Guage Wires


Your Current Selections:
Your Current Selections:
  • UL Rated
  • Door Applications:  Low Amp, and applications where you are powering more than one switch, for example, Request-to-Exit switch, signal switch, and touch bar.  Applications with high amp requirements, such as powering a Von Duprin EL (Electric Latch Retraction) exit device, be sure to order EPT-2, which supplies a thicker 18 gauge wire
  • Fits Swing Doors:  Up to 5″ butt hinges – 180° Swing; 5 1/2″ butt hinges – 130° Swing; 6″ butt hinges – 110° Swing; 3/4″ butt offset pivots – 180° Swing°
  • Not for use with swing clear hinges or center-hung pivots
  • Accommodates 12 or 24 volt DC
  • Includes ten 24 gauge wires (more than enough), up to 1 amp @ 24VDC, with a 16 amps maximum surge
  • Housing Dimensions: 9″ x 1 1/4″ x 1-5/8″


Wire Guage Selection Guide

A more industrial alternative to a current loop cord, the EPT-10 electric power transfer by Von Duprin is well suited for moving power from door frame to the door, especially at electrified openings with heavy traffic, or abuse.  Completely hidden from view when the door is closed, the EPT10 electric power transfer comes furnished with 10ea. 24 guage wires, and installs by mortising one half into the frame, and one half into the door.  A flexible armored conduit secures the wires as they pass between the two halves.



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Customer Questions & Answers

  1. Q I need a wiring diagram for ept10 with 10 wires, please? answer now
    Asked by Shane on November 15, 2019 8:20 AM
    Answered by the admin

    The EPT-10 does not offer a wiring diagram as each wire can be used differently depending on your application. This device simply provides a wiring path from the door to the frame that can be used to transfer power from your supply to the mounted device. It is recommended to use the chart below to identify which wires you are connecting to the EPT so that you have a record of what each wire is used for. Any unused wires should be tucked between the backbox and the EPT.

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