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Electric strike is an access control device used for doors . It replaces the fixed strike faceplate often used with a latch bar (also known as a keeper). Like a fixed strike, it normally presents a ramped surface to the locking latch allowing the door to close and latch just like a fixed strike would. However, an electric strike's ramped surface can, upon command, pivot out of the way of the latch allowing the door to be pushed open (from the outside) without the latch being retracted (that is, without any operation of the knob) or while excited the knob or lever can be turned to allow egress from the secured area
Electric strikes generally come in two basic configurations:
Fail safe-D:The strike is fail safe this means if power is lost the strike will unlock  
Fail secure-T:The strike is fail secure this means if power is lost the strike will remain in the locked position
Technical Parameters
Fail safe current:0.16A
Fail secure current:0.40A
Applicable:wooden door, metal door
Open torque: Fail safe-D 0.1N
                      Fail secure-T 0.5N
Coil ground insulation:DC500V

Wiring Diagram

The explanation for electric strike code
B----Stainless steel 
S----Iron faceplate finished with spray coating
I---- Signal feedback(monitoring/microswitch)
O---- Without signal feedback(monitoring/microswitch)
E----Release bar(release mechanism )
W----Without release bar(release mechanism )
T----Fail secure type
D----Fail safe type
The functions can be combined

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