Electrical Access and Exit Control Systems in .NET framework

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action (locked only when the current is on) units require that you specify the hand when you place the order for the unit. To repeat: Understand that electrical strikes are not just electrical appliances; they are hardware. In the case of Adams Rite strikes, they are made by hardware people, because they know that the hardware has to be carefully matched to its application. Also, realize that when you order a unit for installation, you need to check with the local electrical codes to ensure that you can actually install it. Some jurisdictions may require an electrician to do the job.
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The following section discusses and illustrates some of the procedures required to install a variety of strike units.
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1. Prepare the door jamb per Fig. 19.2. 2. Install the mounting clips to the jamb using 8-32 3 8 screws and pressed metal nuts. Leave the screws slightly loose to permit easy alignment of the base assembly and clip. 3. Spacers are provided to assure flush final assembly of the faceplate and jamb. Add one or more spacers between the jamb and mounting clip when the faceplate extends beyond the jamb. When the faceplate sets inside the jamb, you must add spacers between the mounting clip and the electric strike case. See detail A in Fig. 19.2. To attach spacers to the mounting clip, remove the protective coating from the spacer and press to the desired mounting clip surface. Make sure the clearance hole in the spacer aligns properly with the hole in the mounting clip. 4. Using the wire nuts, connect the wires coming from the unit to the wires coming from the low-voltage side of the transformer. 5. Insert the electrical release into the jamb by tipping the solenoid coil into place behind the mounting clip, then drop the unit onto the clips. 6. Attach the unit with the #10 screws and lock washers provided. 7. Attach the faceplate using the screws furnished (8-32 1 4 inch). 8. Secure the screws holding the mounting clips to the jamb. Figure 19.2 also shows the dimensions of the electric door release that would be installed in the aluminum jamb.
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Replacing an obsolete unit with an electrical strike (model 7510 wood jamb)
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1. Prepare the jamb to the dimensions shown in Fig. 19.3. Take care to mortise the cut to clear the solenoid.
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DIMENSIONS 1.065 (27.1) In inches and (millimeters) 3 013 000 1.593 (40.5) 1.495 (38.0) 2.6.R. (66.0) 1.250 (31.7) Detail Horizontal centerline of cylinder (A-R .267 (6.8) 4500 series 760 deadlatch) reverse action only (66.0) 1.437 1.50 (36.5) (38.1) 0.4 0.0 1.255 (31.9) 0.10 .625 (15.9) 0.3 .656 (16.7) 010 000 .656 (16.7) 0.3 156R (TYP 4 PLCS) (4.0) 0.15 000 4.875 (123.8) 0.4 0.0 0.10 .625 (15.9) 0.3 8-32 1/2 LG screw Wire nuts Low voltage electrical leads Lockwasher 10-32 screw 8-32 screw
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3.370 (85.6)
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2.468 (62.7) 4.870 (123.7) Horizontal center line of electric door release bolt 1.641 (41.7)
015 000 3.375 (85.7) 0.4 0.0
C L SYM
Drill & countersink for 8-32 flat head screw (2 PLCS) Pressed metal nuts Vertical centerline of deadlatch mounting, screws in same plane as electric release mounting screws .875 (22.2) Pressure sensitive spacer
Mounting clip
Figure 19.2 Jamb specifications and installation details for a radial (curved) aluminum door
jamb. (Adams Rite Mfg. Co.)
Electrical Access and Exit Control Systems
2. Using the wire nuts provided, connect the wires from the 7510 unit to the wires from the low-voltage side of the transformer. 3. Insert the electric release into the jamb. Attach this with #10 flat head wood screws.
Replacing the obsolete unit. Unit 002 is used as an example.
1. Remove the 002 unit and disconnect the low-voltage wires. Do not remove the existing mounting clips. 2. Enlarge the jamb cutout by removing 1 4 inch from each side. 3. Using the wire nuts, connect the 7510 wires to the low-voltage side of the transformer. 4. For a flush installation, provide a 1 16-inch spacer between the mounting surface and the face plate. 5. Insert the electric door release into the jamb, and attach with screws. Figure 19.3 also shows the dimensions of the 7510 electrical door release unit.
Installing an electric strike to meet ANSI specifications. Model 7520 is used in the example. Note the molded strip down the center of the door frame in the illustration. Installation is as follows:
1. Prepare the metal jamb to the dimensions shown in Fig. 19.4. 2. Spacers are provided with the unit to assure the flush mounting of the faceplate to the jamb. To use the spacer(s), remove the protective cover and press them to the mounting bracket. Make sure the clearance hole in the spacer aligns with the tapped hole in the bracket. 3. Connect the wires from the unit to the transformer wires. 4. Insert the electric release into the jamb by tipping the solenoid coil into place behind the mounting bracket. Then drop the unit onto the mounting brackets. Attach the unit with the screws furnished. 5. Attach the faceplate.
Installing an electric strike for key-in-knob latch to ANSI specifications. The exam-
ple used is an Adams Rite Model 7540 Unit. 1. Prepare the door jamb as shown in Fig. 19.5. 2. Install the mounting clips using the screws and pressed metal nuts. Leave the screws slightly loose to permit easy alignment of the case assembly and clip. 3. Use the provided spacers as necessary. 4. Connect the wires from the 7540 unit to the low-voltage wires from the transformer.
DIMENSIONS 1.065 (27.1)
In inches and (millimeters) 010 000 1.437 (36.5) 0.4 0.0 .125 .625 (15.9)
.656 (16.7) 1.687 (42.8) 1.430 (36.3)
1.593 (40.5)
Horizontal centerline of cylinder (A-R 4500 .125 series deadlatch) (3.2)
2.60 010 reverse 000 action .625 only 1.437 (16.7) (66.0) 0.3 (36.5) 010 1.50 000 (38.1) 3.375 dim. 0 0.4 2 (85.7) 0.0 7.937 (201.6) 2.468 (62.7)
156R (TYP 4 PLCS) (4.0) 0.10 000 0.15 000 1.625 (41.3) 7.942 0.4 (201.7) 0.4 0.0 0.0
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