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I N S T A L L A T I O N
0563 / 0563LM
0 Series SURFACE MOUNTED RIM STRIKE
®
Installations of this RIM strike, qualify as “Indoor Use Only”, when not continuously exposed to an outdoor environment.
Important:
• Ensure the listed exit device functions as intended for life safety concerns by verifying electric strike
and exit device compatibility.
• Maximum latch projection is essential to obtain full holding force. Use 1/8" spacers to maximize latch contact.
• The strike and all devices connected to it, shall be installed with wires less than 30m in length.
• When installed in a Fail Locked manner, the local Authority Having Jurisdiction shall be consulted with regards to
the use of selected panic hardware to ensure emergency exit from the secured area.
Catalog Specifications
Model
Mode
Voltage
Duty
average Current
0563
Fail Locked/Fail Unlocked
12.7-24VDC Auto-Sensing
Continuous
0.03Amp*
DC = Direct Current *0.550 Amp peak
Instructions
Typical Fail Locked Application
1. Carefully prepare the frame per Template T0563.
2. Test fit electric strike to ensure full latch engagement.
Add provided spacers, if required.
12/24VDC
POWER
SUPPLY
3. Set Fail Locked (FL) or Fail Unlocked (FUL) mode using the dip
switch identified on the strike. Factory set to Fail Locked.
NOTE: Strike must be cycled once for change to take effect.
BLACK (-)
(+) RED
4a.Make wire connections from the power source to the wire
harness supplied.
WIRE HARNESS
MUST NOT BE CUT *
4b.Make wire connection for monitoring latch (0563LM only).
Black: Common
Blue: Normally Closed (NC)*
Orange: Normally Open (NO)*
*with door open
SPDT Switch: 1A resistive 24VDC
LATCH MONITOR WIRES
IN DOOR OPEN STATE
ORANGE (NO)
BLACK (C)
BLACK (-)
RED (+)
C
NO
BLUE (NC)
NC
0563 (LM) STRIKE
KEYPAD / READER
* Please contact RCI for proper wiring support if these wires are cut
IS0563
© 2014 Rutherford Controls Int’l | A DORMA Group Company
www.rutherfordcontrols.com • Phone: 1.800.265.6630 • Fax: 1.800.482.9795 • E-mail: [email protected]
PCN14075
R11/14GR-2
Dimensional Details
5. Mount the electric strike with 1/4-20 UNC screws
provided in the horizontal adjustment mounting holes
(the outer slots). Adjust electric strike horizontally until
exit device latch fully engages with the door closed.
1-3/4"
(45mm)
1/2" (13mm)
NOTE: Ensure a 1/16" (1.5mm) clearance between
exit device latch and the electric strike keeper is
maintained. Failing to do so will preload the strike
and in turn, will not allow the strike to release the
door when energized.
WARNING: For proper operation a minimum gap
of 1/8" (3.2mm) is required between latch and back
of strike. If gap is less than 1/8” (3.2mm), the latch
will jam and the keeper won’t rotate.
9" (230mm)
1-5/8" (42mm)
8-1/4" (210mm)
1/8" (3.2mm)
MINIMUM
5-9/16" (141mm)
1/16"
(1.5mm)
EXIT DEVICE LATCH
Horizontal
Adjustment
Mounting Holes
STRIKE KEEPER
FRAME
BACK OF
STRIKE
6. Tighten the two mounting screws and check operation.
Adjust the horizontal position of electric strike as
required.
Lock Down
Holes
7. Use the electric strike as a template to mark the two lock
down holes. Remove strike. Drill & tap for 1/4-20 UNC
locking screws. Using the 1/4-20 UNC screws provided,
secure the electric strike through the lock down holes.
1/4-20 UNC
(2 PLACES)
MOUNTING SCREW
(2 PLACES)
3/4" (19mm)
WIRE ACCESS HOLE(S)
*
*
ø3/4" (19mm)
WIRE ACCESS
HOLE(S)
1/4-20 UNC
(2 PLACES)
DOOR FRAME STOP
DOOR FRAME
MOUNTING SCREW
(2 PLACES)
DOOR FRAME STOP
*Second wire access hole required for 0563LM model only.
NOTE: Not to scale. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
©2014 Rutherford controls INT’L | A DORMA GROUP COMPANY
www.rutherfordcontrols.coM • PHONE : 1.800.265.6630 • FAX: 1.800.482.9795 • e-mail: [email protected]
LOCKDOWN SCREW
(2 PLACES)