Trine Access Technology

Low Current Draw

Low Current Draw

Trine introduces the latest addition to its one box solution family. Used with cylindrical and mortise locksets, the 4100 offers the 4 most popular faceplate configurations in the box. These faceplates cover 90%+ of installations without deadbolts. The strike accepts 12/24 and DC 12-24 AC, with a low current draw of .240 Amps at 12DC. A premium trim skirt is included to clean up the cut line because aesthetics matter!  The 1–3/8” shallow backset allows use in 2" fire rated frames with 1/2" sheetrock ingress. Grade 1 is met by its 3,250 lbs. holding force and 1,000,000+ life cycles.

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