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Trine 001 Standard Electric Strike

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Trine 001 Standard Electric Strike
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Trine 001 Standard Electric Strike Brass
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FEATURES
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FACE PLATE – 1-7/16” X 5-7/8"
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DURABILITY – 500,000 Life cycles
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HOLDING FORCE – 1100 lbs
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AUXILIARY LEVER RAMPS - 2-7/8”; – For locksets with auxiliary dead locking levers
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SOLID CAST LATCH – Chrome Plated Cavity Depth - 1/2”; Width - 9/16”; Height - 1-3/8”
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NON-HANDED HEAVY DUTY LATCH SPRING
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MORTISE TYPE – Backset 1-9/16” Deep
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FAIL SECURE – (Standard Action) Unlocks When Energized
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ONE-PIECE RELEASE MECHANISM – (U.S. Patent #4,984,835)
FINISH (Specify When Ordering)
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BRASS – Powder Coated (001)
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SATIN CHROME – US26D (001C)
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
  • 8-16 VAC/4-6 VDC (Standard Voltage): 2 Black Wire Leads
  • 12 V24 VAC: 2 Red Wire Leads
  • DC: 1 Red Wire Lead, 1 White Wire Lead
  • 24 VDC: 1 Black Wire Lead, 1 White Wire Lead
FAIL SECURE - NORMALLY LOCKED (Unlocked when energized)
VOLTAGE
CURRENT AMPS
OHMS
SOUND
DUTY
8-16 VAC/ 4-6VDC
1.3-2.7
1.4
Buzz
Intm
12 VDC
.40
30.0
Silent
Intm/Con
24 VAC
1.40
4.7
Buzz
Intm
24 VDC
.19
125.0
Silent
Intm/Con
FAIL SAFE (Reverse Action) NORMALLY UNLOCKED (006RS) (Locked When Energized) Continuous Duty DC Coil which is energized for longer than one minute. Add RS to catalog number when ordering
VOLTAGE
CURRENT/AMPS
OHMS
SOUND
DUTY
12 VDC
.40
30.0
Silent
Intm/Cont
24 VDC
.19
125.0
Silent
Intm/Cont

COMPATIBLE LOCKSET

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ACCURATE 62, 67, 76, 7800
ADAMS RITE 4700-8300, 8400
ARROW C, H, M
BEST 5, 7, 50, 6TDL
CORBIN 1400-5600, 6100-6600
DEXTER DEXLOCK, DURALOCK
DOMINION 300, 400, 5000
GUARD 1990
FALCON A, BA, D, E, F, N, S
HARLOC 49/5900, 6900
KWIKSET 400-500, 582, 583
LOCKWOOD 900
LORI 80/8200, 81/8300,
LSDA 1000-1500, 100-150
MARKS 110
NATIONAL 400
PDQ SR, SV, SX
PARKER 160A
RUSSWIN 3400, 4300
SARGENT 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
SCHLAGE A, F
TACO ED, HV, LXV, SV
TAYMOR 28
UNICAN 6000, 7004
WEISER A, BA, D, E
WESLOCK ALL LOCKS

YALE

5200, 5300
Coil Caps
Questions and Answers
Q: Hi Richard, thanks so much for the information on this video! It's been great to get to know my system better. I have a front gate that opens from the inside buzzer and I recently replaced the electric strike for an identical model sold by Trine 001 8-16VAC/4-6VDC. After playing with it for hours I realized the strike only moves the latch when the entire piece is held upside down.unfortunately I can't rotate it and install it this way. In the box there was an insert that reads "COIL CAP - Only use coil caps when the strike does not electronically work in the upside down or left handed position" This is me! What I don't indersand is HOW to install the little caps. The second and final step reads "1) Remove springs from coil (I got that) 2) "Use a flat head screwdriver attach the caps" Not only is it improperly written, I just don't know how to pop the caps into the core of the coil without damaging the flimsy little caps provided. Any input on this would be greatly appreciated. I can also send you a picture of the coil and the small instruction instert if you would like. Thanks again for your time and resources!
A: Thank you for asking about this strike. The Trine 001 is probably to most common strike for residential / light duty commercial applications that exist. Trine also manufacturers a comprehensive offering of strikes as seen here:

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The instructions for reversing the strike via the coil caps are here:

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First please understand it is not necessary to reverse the strike from the Right Hand operation as it comes from the factory to a Left Hand operation, unless the strike does not operate as a Left Hand. The strike, from the factory, when installed as a Left Hand might and usually work perfectly. If it does not which can be caused by voltage drop, preload on the keeper or as a result of an ill fitting installation. The item keeping the keeper locked, I will call the keeper bolt, when installed as a Left Hand is now asked to defy gravity and overcoming its own weight by needing to be pulled up. In my experience, the addition of the coil caps effectively shortens the gap between the coil and the keep bolt. To illustrate this, please see this video and start at minute marker 7:55

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Q: Richard! You are the man! I can't believe you put this video together just days after my request. I greatly appreciate it. I have taken the steps to install the coil caps and properly install my device onto my front gate. Unfortunately the latch is still not releasing when the open button is pushed from inside the home. The button is directly next to the door and in the shape of a doorbell (round) when you push it you immediately hear buzzing at the gate but there is no release to the latch. (I'm having to open the gate manually with the key as the latch gets locked.) When I replaced the previous Trine 001 with the new one I noticed there have been several connections from the main power line to the actual device. Possibly three different extensions have been created and I'm wondering if that may be keeping the power from going all the way through the strike to release the latch. Is it possible that the buzzer is faulty if it's buzzing at the door? Appreciate your thoughts Richard! Please let me know how I can support your channel, very impressed with your service and knowledge.
A: We will get this sorted out. What voltage is the strike and what voltage are you supplying to the unit?
Q: how does the trine 001 get installed? I am not sure how to get it fitted on the door without a ramp. thanks
A: Are you installing this onto a door or frame?
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