The new A4000 vector electric strikes from IST Systems
Electric strikes are an essential aid on highly frequented entrance doors. The A4000 vector electric strikes from IST Systems, a member of the GEZE Group, are an optimal solution for doors with high heat and noise protection requirements. They symbolise a new quality of convenience, reliability and flexibility during use and installation. Their particular strengths include almost silent door opening as well as secure release of the lock latch even when under high preload – and without the need for additional electronics. With the typical small size expected from IST and the optional integration of the I.S.T.Kingfix latch guide, A4000 vector electric strikes give door manufacturers, installation engineers, architects, and planners new design options and greater planning security.
A4000 vector electric strikes are particularly recommended in noise-sensitive areas such as clinics or residential complexes. Combined with swing door drives, they open doors without problem even under preload conditions – for example when doors are under high pressure because of load due to wind pressure or door seals.
Minimalist door appearance – increased heat and sound proofing
The A4000 I.S.T.Kingfix version with integrated latch guide supports discreet door designs. Cutaways on the door profile can be reduced to a minimum. This means that door seals are not compromised and that the A4000 I.S.T.Kingfix is the ideal component when increased heat and sound proofing are needed. The size of the I.S.T.Kingfix latch guide is compatible with standard electric strikes and strike plates. This means that the A4000 I.S.T.Kingfix can easily be retrofitted.
A new balance of power
The very quiet opening, even when under preload, and the high 5,000 N retention force are features of all products in the A4000 vector electric strike series: they are the result of clear optimisation of power vectors within the electric strike. Thanks to the proven IST twin coil technology, distributors, door manufacturers or installation engineers need to stock only a few variants to continuously operate vector electric strikes in different voltage ranges from 6 - 48 V. The standard bipolar EMC protector diode protects against damage caused to connected components due to voltage spikes such as from access control and intercom systems. With more than 50 variants, the A4000 vector electric strikes series meets a number of wide-ranging individual requirements.