GM, Door Electric Strike Kit, Rim Mount Push Bars

GM, Door Electric Strike Kit, Rim Mount Push Bars



Single Door Electric Strike kit for Rim Mount Push Bars. Compatible with Gym Master access control equipment

For doors with rim mount push to exit bars, the Trine 4850 surface mount strike is 1/2 inch thick and comes with a 1/4 inch and a 1/8 inch spacer to accommadate push bars with up to a 1 inch latch.

This Grade 1 strike is tested for over 1,000,000 life cycles and is rated for 1,500+ lbs holding force.

Surface mount design allows for an easy installation without cutting into the door frame.

Kit Includes:

  • Universal Surface Mount Electric Strike with spacers
  • Plug-in Power Supply. 2-amp, 12VDC
  • Complete Wiring Diagram
  • 100% Free Tech Support

If you have any questions regarding which kit will be best for your project please contact us Toll Free at 1-866-500-5625

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Product Details

Product Overview

The Trine 4850 Universal electric strike is easy to install on your current door frame and is designed to work with your existing push to exit bar.

When connected to the Gym Master software the strike will keep your doors secure from the outside while the push bar always maintains free exit.

Entry through the door is easily programmed using the Gym Master software and equipment. An extra remote release button can also be added above to quickly let visitors in who may not be enrolled in the Gym Master software.

If you have any questions regarding this kit please contact us at 1-866-500-5625


  • Power Supply Specifications: 2-amps at 12VDC

*When using this electric strike in the default "fail-secure" mode the strike will remain locked in the event of a power failure keeping your door fully secure. Entry into the building will then require the use of the mechanical key, exit from the building however will not be restricted.

Also Known As
Manufacturer Warranty
2 Year
Model Number
GM Single Rim Mount kit

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