Electric Strikes vs. Electrified Locks – Differences and Applications

Building owners and managers prioritize security when undertaking new construction projects and building remodels. Electrified hardware is a popular tool for such needs. Let’s take a look at two common electrified hardware items – electric strikes and electrified locks – to learn the differences and applications!

Special thanks to Scott Cooper, a Security Integration Technical Analyst at LaForce, and Shawn Boerst, a LaForce Specifications Consultant, for providing technical expertise. Click the image for a full-size version. LaForce Inc Electric Strikes vs Electrified Locks Differences and Applications



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