Electric strike: XS00U HARTTE narrow, standard, low-current, for continuous operation 12-24 VAC/DC BIRA

Code: G74236
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The BIRA HARTTE XS00U XS00-series electric door strike is used for remote opening of metallic, wooden and plastic doors or wickets.
• Powered with 12-24 VAC/DC
• NC (normally closed)
• Holding force: 3000 N (300 kg)
• Mechanical strength: 200,000 open/close cycles
• For left and right doors
• Steel strike, adjustable up to 3.5 mm
• Symmetrical design
• Continuous operation
• Voltage tolerance: 11-26 V
• Current drawn: 185-520 mA

Warranty

2-year warranty.

Support

Details

The BIRA HARTTE XS00U XS00-series electric door strike is used for remote opening of metallic, wooden and plastic doors or wickets. This series is distinguished by its low current consumption and the possibility of continuous operation when powered by 12 VDC. It can be used with access control systems, intercoms, card readers, etc. Electric strikes from the XS00 series, thanks to their narrow and symmetrical structure, compact size and radial shape of the strike, are perfect for installation in narrow profiles and door frames. The strike adjustment in the range of 3.5 mm enables correct positioning of the door lock latch. HARTTE electric door strikes come with ZnA galvanized fasteners, so they are suitable for both, indoor and outdoor applications. The above model can be powered with 12-24 VAC/DC.

Specifications

Model XS00U
Product type Electric door strike
Symmetrical design
Series Hartte XS00
Brand Bira
Parameters
Operating mode NC (normally closed)
Praca ciągła pod prądem (100%ED) Yes (at 12 VDC)
Power supply type AC/DC
Power supply AC/DC V 12 – 24
AC mA 185 – 370
DC mA 260 – 520
Mechanical strength Pressure N 3000 (300 kg)
Opening cycles 200000
Applications (door type) Right and left
Strike type ZnAl
Adjustable jaw Yes
Adjustment range mm 3,5
Radial strike shape Yes
Low-current Yes
Compliance PN-EN 14846:2010
Dimensions mm 16.2 × 67 × 28
Weight kg 0,14