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SDC Security Door Controls 110/210 Conventional Mortise Bolt Locks

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$180.00
Quick Overview

The failsafe 110 and failsecure 210 are the most basic bolt locks available. The bolt assembly is adjustable forward up to 1" (25.4mm) past the face plate to accommodate wide door gaps or special applications.  


Recommended for metal frames and cabinets with a minimum depth of 5” inches. These SDC bolt locks represent the most basic design in lock technology.

SDC Security Door Controls 110/210 Conventional Mortise Bolt Locks

V - 628 Aluminum finish standard

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$180.00
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SDC Security Door Controls 110/210 Conventional Mortise Bolt Locks

      

 

Product Overview

The solenoids are the strongest found in the industry for commercial or industrial grade applications. The power and strength of the solenoids far surpasses any competitive models.

5" depth required

 

Model

110IV: 2-3/4” x 1-1/4” Face plate, less auto relock switch, Failsafe - Locked when energized
210HV:  2-3/4” x 1-1/4” Face plate, less auto relock switch, Failsecure - Unlocked when energized

 

Electrical Specifications

Voltage: Dual 12/24VDC
900mA@ 12VDC
450mA @ 24VDC

Mechanical Specifications

Finish: 628 Anodized Aluminum
Faceplate: 2-3/4H" x 1-1/4W" x 0.25"D
(69.85 x 31.75 x 6.35mm)
Strike: 2-3/4H" x 1-1/4W" x 0.125”D
(69.85 x 31.75 x 3.175mm)
Bolt: 5/8" dia. x 1/2" throw
(15.87mm x 12.7mm)
Depth: 5" (127mm)

Additional Information
Manufacturer SDC Security
Manufacturer Warranty 2 Year
Status Monitor Not Available
Finish Aluminum
Power Requirements 24VDC/12VDC
Maglocks.com Rating Good

Products Questions:

Posted by Donnie Carter on Tuesday 13th of September 2011

Question:

Do you make a flush mount dead blot with a remote?

Answers:

  • Posted by Ronald Wenskoski on Tuesday 13th of September 2011

    This bolt would install in the door jamb and would sit flush with the frame, the bolt would then be activated using a power supply and release button.  Please reference the second photo above for installation suggestions.

    With the 110IV  the bolt would be extended and locked when power is applied.  Using the WRT-1  wireless release kit you would be able to cut power to the unit which would retract the bolt.

    With the 210IV the bolt would be extended and locked when there is no power, power would have to be applied for the bolt to release.

    A simple system would include the bolt (110 or 210), WRT-1 kit and a basic plug-in PS12-2 power supply.  If you have any other questions please contact us using the "Live Chat" feature above or Toll Free at 1-866-500-5625

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