Hardware & glazing systems
C.R. Laurence introduces electric strike with bolt position sensor
June 2, 2016 By C.R. Laurence
June 2, 2016 – C.R. Laurence has announced the release of its new Electric Strike with Bolt Position Sensor. By incorporating a bolt position sensor within the strike housing, CRL’s Electric Strike can electronically notify security and facility managers if doors on the premises are not properly closed and locked.
The Electric Strike with Bolt Position Sensor has been thoroughly cycle-tested for reliability and utilizes UL listed components. It’s suitable for 1/2″ to 3/4″ tempered glass doors and features a fail secure latch (fail safe optional). The new Electric Strike with Bolt Position Sensor is compatible with most building security and fire safety systems. It permits use of card readers, RFID badges, and remote door monitoring and control. With this new product, CRL aims to give customers greater control over facility safety and security, while strengthening its ability to provide single-source, entrance system solutions.
“Our new Electric Strike with Bolt Position Sensor goes above and beyond the current electric strikes on the market to give customers a system that offers more versatility and security,” said Al Eini, Brand Manager of Commercial Hardware at CRL. “Our goal is to continually diversify our product offerings to provide customers complete entrance system solutions under one roof.”
The Electric Strike with Bolt Position Sensor is designed for use in conjunction with CRL’s line of Blumcraft Panic and Deadbolt Handles.
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