4/7 Series - Access Hardware Supply

4 & 7 Series Troubleshooting
1.
Problem
Possible Causes
Solution
Strike will not lock or
unlock properly
No power to the insert
Using a multimeter, confirm that you have the correct output
voltage at the power supply.
4/7 Series
INSTALLATION
Electric Strikes
Using a multimeter, confirm that you have the correct input
voltage at the strike.
®
Confirm that all connections are tight and secure.
Instructions
Incorrect voltage used
Confirm that the insert and power supply are the proper voltage.
Strike is binding
Confirm that the strike keeper functions when the door is open. If
the strike operates correctly, adjust door or strike to eliminate any
backpressure.
Replace the power supply with a correct voltage AC power supply,
and the 12V connector. If this cannot be done, a DC piezo buzzer
can be installed.
3. Prepare the doorframe for cutting as per the appropriate
drawing.
8. Install the door strike in the doorframe using the screws
provided.
Improper power supply
Replace the power supply with a correct voltage DC power supply.
4. If required, install “no weld” mounting brackets as per the
instructions included with the mounting brackets in the
hardware pack.
Improper application
A strike connected to an AC power supply will buzz unless a
rectifier is installed.
Improper voltage
Confirm that you have the correct output voltage at the power supply.
Improper installation
Confirm that the correct connector was used when installing the
strike 12V for 12VDC & 12-24VAC, 24V for 24VDC only.
Door has sagged
6.
Cylindrical deadlatching not
working
Improper Installation /
Door has warped
Adjust door alignment.
Adjust the strike horizontal adjustment. (See Installation
Instructions).
A
1-1/4
1.250
31.75
A
1-1/8
1.125
28.58
B
4-7/8
4.875
123.83
B
5-7/8
5.875
149.23
C
3-3/8
3.375
85.73
C
3-3/8
3.375
85.73
D
7/8
.875
22.23
D
7/8
.875
22.23
6.35
E
3/8
.375
9.53
E
1/4
.250
F
1/8*
.125*
3.18*
F
1/8*
.125*
3.18*
42.86
G 1-11/16
1.687
42.86
G 1-11/16
Vertical
X
7.
Door won’t latch
Door has warped or sagged
creating excessive back
pressure
Re-align door in frame or replace.
Monitor switch is not
functioning
Short in wiring
Vertical Vertical Vertical
X
Vertical Centerline
C/L
C/L
of Door**
C/L
Door
Door
Door
Door
Door
Door
R
5/32
.156
3.97
R
5/32
.156
3.97
K
4-1/8
4.125
104.78
K
5-3/8
5.375
136.53
—
—
M
12-24†
—
—
Confirm that all connections are tight and secure.
Using a multimeter confirm continuity of the N/O & N/C sides of
the switch.
Latch or keeper are not
functioning properly
1.688
Vertical Vertical
Vertical Centerline
C/L
C/L
C/L
of Door**
M 12-24†
8.
METRIC
mm
DECIMAL
INCHES
latching
FRACTIONAL
INCHES
Check alignment of dead latch and lip bracket ramp.
Any modular A41, A43, A71 or A73
with B4705 faceplate
MEASUREMENT
Improper Installation
Any modular A41, A43, A71 or A73
with B4704 faceplate
METRIC
mm
5. Mortise lock not dead
7105, 7305 Aluminum & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
4105, 4305 Aluminum & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
DECIMAL
INCHES
Confirm that all connections are tight and secure.
7104, 7304 Aluminum & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
4104, 4304 Aluminum Frames, 1-1/2” D
FRACTIONAL
INCHES
sound
MEASUREMENT
Improper power supply
4. Insert has a burnt smell
6. Attach the strike faceplate to the lip bracket with the screws
provided. (It may be desirable to leave these screws slightly
loose to facilitate insertion into the doorframe.
2. Transfer both the horizontal and vertical centerlines to the
doorframe.**
won’t buzz
3. Strike makes a buzzing
5. Attach the strike insert (coil unit or “motor”) to the lip
bracket with the screws provided.
7. Connect the incoming wiring from the power supply to the
terminal screws on the strike insert. RCI door strikes are not
polarity sensitive although be certain to observe proper
polarity if a suppression diode is required for access control
applications.
Confirm that the strike cavity depth is compatible with the lock
set.
2. Strike releases but
1. Determine the vertical centerline of the door lock face and
the horizontal centerline of the latch.
IMPORTANT: When determining the horizontal centerline
observe the following:
FOR MORTISE LOCKS: Align the angled ramps of the lip
bracket with the deadlock trigger of the mortise latch.
FOR CYLINDRICAL LOCKS: Align the center of the latch with
the center of the strike opening.**
NOTE: Specifications subject to change without notice.
* Dimension F is measured from face of mounting tab to face of frame and equates to the thickness of the frame material.
**Dimension X on the drawing is determined by the vertical centerline of the door. If the latch incorporates a deadlocking pin additional steps will be
necessary to ensure proper operation of the deadlocking pin. Measure the thickness of the deadlocking pin and add this thickness to Dimension X to
relocate the vertical centerline an appropriate distance on the frame.
Confirm that the keeper is closing properly and that the lever in
the strike cavity is operating freely.
†
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For wood frame door installations, substitute #12 wood screws for dimension M.
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4 & 7 Series Installation Instructions (Continued)
4 & 7 Series Installation Instructions (Continued)
31.75
174.63
85.73
22.23
34.93
9.53
F
1/8*
.125*
3.18*
.125*
3.18*
G 1-11/16
1.687
42.86
1.687
42.86
METRIC
mm
1.250
6.875
3.375
.875
1.375
DECIMAL
INCHES
1-1/4
6-7/8
3-3/8
7/8
1-3/8
FRACTIONAL
INCHES
22.23
A
B
C
D
E
MEASUREMENT
METRIC
mm
Any modular A41, A43, A71 or A73 with B4707 faceplate
DECIMAL
INCHES
Any modular A41, A43, A71 or A73 with B4714 faceplate
FRACTIONAL
INCHES
7107, 7307 Aluminum & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
4107, 4307 Aluminum Frames, 1-1/2” D
MEASUREMENT
7114, 7314 Steel & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
4114, 4314 Steel Frames, 1-1/2” D
A
1-1/4
1.250
31.75
B
4-7/8
4.875
123.83
C
3-3/8
3.375
85.73
D
7/8
.875
E
3/8
.375
F
1/8*
G 1-11/16
Vertical Vertical Vertical
X
K
M
Vertical Centerline
C/L
C/L
of Door**
Centerline
VerticalC/L
C/L
of Door**
C/L
Door
Door
Door
Door
Door
R
5/32
.156
3.97
4-1/8
4.125
104.78
K
4-1/8
4.125
104.78
—
—
—
—
Self-Adhesive
Mounting Shim (8
incl.)
Vertical Vertical Vertical
X
C/L
12-24†
Mounting Bracket
(2 incl.)
M
12-24
†
Door
12-24 Machine
Screws (6 incl.)
36.51
7.938
201.61
METRIC
mm
1.438
7-15/16
DECIMAL
INCHES
1-7/16
B
FRACTIONAL
INCHES
A
MEASUREMENT
METRIC
mm
DECIMAL
INCHES
Any modular A41, A43, A71 or A73 with B4708 faceplate
Not available in modular program
FRACTIONAL
INCHES
7119, 7319 Steel & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
4119, 4319 Steel & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
MEASUREMENT
7108, 7308 Aluminum & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
4108, 4308 Aluminum & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
A
1-3/8
1.375
34.93
Frame
C
L
X
C
3-3/8
3.375
85.73
B
9
9.0
228.60
D
7/8
.875
22.23
C
3-3/4
3.75
95.25
E
1/4
.250
6.35
D
1-1/2
1.50
38.10
F
1/8*
.125*
3.18*
E
5/16
.312
7.94
1.687
42.86
F
1/8*
.125*
3.18*
G
1-7/8
1.875
47.63
Mounting Bracket Kit Instructions
E
F
Mounting bracket kit is for use with aluminum and steel frames that do not have factory installed mounting tabs for electric strike
installation.
D
G 1-11/16
Vertical Vertical Vertical
X
Vertical Centerline
C/L
C/L
of Door**
C/L
Door
X
C
L
C
B
G
Vertical Centerline
of Door**
Door
Door
R
5/32
.156
3.97
K
8-3/8
8.375
212.73
K
7-7/16
7.438
188.91
M
12-24†
—
—
M
12-24†
—
—
1. Prepare the frame as shown in the approximate drawing. Fasten the mounting bracket to the faceplate of the strike, selecting the
appropriate shims for the installation.
G
K
A
2. Using the assembled strike and brackets as a template, place against the frame and mark the mounting hole locations. Remove and
drill a 3/16" hole in frame for each mounting bracket and countersink the frame.
3. Remove the brackets from the faceplate and install in the frame using the 12-24 x 3/8" machine screws supplied. Tabs are zinc
plated and drilled and tapped for this purpose.
4. Make final electrical connections per wiring instructions and mount strike to the brackets with the 12-24 x 3/8" machine screws.
NOTE: Specifications subject to change without notice.
* Dimension F is measured from face of mounting tab to face of frame and equates to the thickness of the frame material.
**Dimension X on the drawing is determined by the vertical centerline of the door. If the latch incorporates a deadlocking pin additional steps will be
necessary to ensure proper operation of the deadlocking pin. Measure the thickness of the deadlocking pin and add this thickness to Dimension X to
relocate the vertical centerline an appropriate distance on the frame.
†
For wood frame door installations, substitute #12 wood screws for dimension M.
When installing an electric strike on an inactive door of a set of double doors, it can be treated the same as a frame installation in most situations. For
more information contact the Technical Service Department.
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4 & 7 Series Installation Instructions (Continued)
4 & 7 Series Installation Instructions (Continued)
31.75
174.63
85.73
22.23
34.93
9.53
F
1/8*
.125*
3.18*
.125*
3.18*
G 1-11/16
1.687
42.86
1.687
42.86
METRIC
mm
1.250
6.875
3.375
.875
1.375
DECIMAL
INCHES
1-1/4
6-7/8
3-3/8
7/8
1-3/8
FRACTIONAL
INCHES
22.23
A
B
C
D
E
MEASUREMENT
METRIC
mm
Any modular A41, A43, A71 or A73 with B4707 faceplate
DECIMAL
INCHES
Any modular A41, A43, A71 or A73 with B4714 faceplate
FRACTIONAL
INCHES
7107, 7307 Aluminum & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
4107, 4307 Aluminum Frames, 1-1/2” D
MEASUREMENT
7114, 7314 Steel & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
4114, 4314 Steel Frames, 1-1/2” D
A
1-1/4
1.250
31.75
B
4-7/8
4.875
123.83
C
3-3/8
3.375
85.73
D
7/8
.875
E
3/8
.375
F
1/8*
G 1-11/16
Vertical Vertical Vertical
X
K
M
Vertical Centerline
C/L
C/L
of Door**
Centerline
VerticalC/L
C/L
of Door**
C/L
Door
Door
Door
Door
Door
R
5/32
.156
3.97
4-1/8
4.125
104.78
K
4-1/8
4.125
104.78
—
—
—
—
Self-Adhesive
Mounting Shim (8
incl.)
Vertical Vertical Vertical
X
C/L
12-24†
Mounting Bracket
(2 incl.)
M
12-24
†
Door
12-24 Machine
Screws (6 incl.)
36.51
7.938
201.61
METRIC
mm
1.438
7-15/16
DECIMAL
INCHES
1-7/16
B
FRACTIONAL
INCHES
A
MEASUREMENT
METRIC
mm
DECIMAL
INCHES
Any modular A41, A43, A71 or A73 with B4708 faceplate
Not available in modular program
FRACTIONAL
INCHES
7119, 7319 Steel & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
4119, 4319 Steel & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
MEASUREMENT
7108, 7308 Aluminum & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
4108, 4308 Aluminum & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
A
1-3/8
1.375
34.93
Frame
C
L
X
C
3-3/8
3.375
85.73
B
9
9.0
228.60
D
7/8
.875
22.23
C
3-3/4
3.75
95.25
E
1/4
.250
6.35
D
1-1/2
1.50
38.10
F
1/8*
.125*
3.18*
E
5/16
.312
7.94
1.687
42.86
F
1/8*
.125*
3.18*
G
1-7/8
1.875
47.63
Mounting Bracket Kit Instructions
E
F
Mounting bracket kit is for use with aluminum and steel frames that do not have factory installed mounting tabs for electric strike
installation.
D
G 1-11/16
Vertical Vertical Vertical
X
Vertical Centerline
C/L
C/L
of Door**
C/L
Door
X
C
L
C
B
G
Vertical Centerline
of Door**
Door
Door
R
5/32
.156
3.97
K
8-3/8
8.375
212.73
K
7-7/16
7.438
188.91
M
12-24†
—
—
M
12-24†
—
—
1. Prepare the frame as shown in the approximate drawing. Fasten the mounting bracket to the faceplate of the strike, selecting the
appropriate shims for the installation.
G
K
A
2. Using the assembled strike and brackets as a template, place against the frame and mark the mounting hole locations. Remove and
drill a 3/16" hole in frame for each mounting bracket and countersink the frame.
3. Remove the brackets from the faceplate and install in the frame using the 12-24 x 3/8" machine screws supplied. Tabs are zinc
plated and drilled and tapped for this purpose.
4. Make final electrical connections per wiring instructions and mount strike to the brackets with the 12-24 x 3/8" machine screws.
NOTE: Specifications subject to change without notice.
* Dimension F is measured from face of mounting tab to face of frame and equates to the thickness of the frame material.
**Dimension X on the drawing is determined by the vertical centerline of the door. If the latch incorporates a deadlocking pin additional steps will be
necessary to ensure proper operation of the deadlocking pin. Measure the thickness of the deadlocking pin and add this thickness to Dimension X to
relocate the vertical centerline an appropriate distance on the frame.
†
For wood frame door installations, substitute #12 wood screws for dimension M.
When installing an electric strike on an inactive door of a set of double doors, it can be treated the same as a frame installation in most situations. For
more information contact the Technical Service Department.
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PHONE • 1.800.265.6630 • 519.621.7651 • FAX: 1.800.482.9795 • 519.621.7939 • E-MAIL: SALES@RUTHERFORDCONTROLS.COM
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4 & 7 Series Troubleshooting
1.
Problem
Possible Causes
Solution
Strike will not lock or
unlock properly
No power to the insert
Using a multimeter, confirm that you have the correct output
voltage at the power supply.
4/7 Series
INSTALLATION
Electric Strikes
Using a multimeter, confirm that you have the correct input
voltage at the strike.
®
Confirm that all connections are tight and secure.
Instructions
Incorrect voltage used
Confirm that the insert and power supply are the proper voltage.
Strike is binding
Confirm that the strike keeper functions when the door is open. If
the strike operates correctly, adjust door or strike to eliminate any
backpressure.
Replace the power supply with a correct voltage AC power supply,
and the 12V connector. If this cannot be done, a DC piezo buzzer
can be installed.
3. Prepare the doorframe for cutting as per the appropriate
drawing.
8. Install the door strike in the doorframe using the screws
provided.
Improper power supply
Replace the power supply with a correct voltage DC power supply.
4. If required, install “no weld” mounting brackets as per the
instructions included with the mounting brackets in the
hardware pack.
Improper application
A strike connected to an AC power supply will buzz unless a
rectifier is installed.
Improper voltage
Confirm that you have the correct output voltage at the power supply.
Improper installation
Confirm that the correct connector was used when installing the
strike 12V for 12VDC & 12-24VAC, 24V for 24VDC only.
Door has sagged
6.
Cylindrical deadlatching not
working
Improper Installation /
Door has warped
Adjust door alignment.
Adjust the strike horizontal adjustment. (See Installation
Instructions).
A
1-1/4
1.250
31.75
A
1-1/8
1.125
28.58
B
4-7/8
4.875
123.83
B
5-7/8
5.875
149.23
C
3-3/8
3.375
85.73
C
3-3/8
3.375
85.73
D
7/8
.875
22.23
D
7/8
.875
22.23
6.35
E
3/8
.375
9.53
E
1/4
.250
F
1/8*
.125*
3.18*
F
1/8*
.125*
3.18*
42.86
G 1-11/16
1.687
42.86
G 1-11/16
Vertical
X
7.
Door won’t latch
Door has warped or sagged
creating excessive back
pressure
Re-align door in frame or replace.
Monitor switch is not
functioning
Short in wiring
Vertical Vertical Vertical
X
Vertical Centerline
C/L
C/L
of Door**
C/L
Door
Door
Door
Door
Door
Door
R
5/32
.156
3.97
R
5/32
.156
3.97
K
4-1/8
4.125
104.78
K
5-3/8
5.375
136.53
—
—
M
12-24†
—
—
Confirm that all connections are tight and secure.
Using a multimeter confirm continuity of the N/O & N/C sides of
the switch.
Latch or keeper are not
functioning properly
1.688
Vertical Vertical
Vertical Centerline
C/L
C/L
C/L
of Door**
M 12-24†
8.
METRIC
mm
DECIMAL
INCHES
latching
FRACTIONAL
INCHES
Check alignment of dead latch and lip bracket ramp.
Any modular A41, A43, A71 or A73
with B4705 faceplate
MEASUREMENT
Improper Installation
Any modular A41, A43, A71 or A73
with B4704 faceplate
METRIC
mm
5. Mortise lock not dead
7105, 7305 Aluminum & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
4105, 4305 Aluminum & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
DECIMAL
INCHES
Confirm that all connections are tight and secure.
7104, 7304 Aluminum & Wood Frames, 1-1/2” D
4104, 4304 Aluminum Frames, 1-1/2” D
FRACTIONAL
INCHES
sound
MEASUREMENT
Improper power supply
4. Insert has a burnt smell
6. Attach the strike faceplate to the lip bracket with the screws
provided. (It may be desirable to leave these screws slightly
loose to facilitate insertion into the doorframe.
2. Transfer both the horizontal and vertical centerlines to the
doorframe.**
won’t buzz
3. Strike makes a buzzing
5. Attach the strike insert (coil unit or “motor”) to the lip
bracket with the screws provided.
7. Connect the incoming wiring from the power supply to the
terminal screws on the strike insert. RCI door strikes are not
polarity sensitive although be certain to observe proper
polarity if a suppression diode is required for access control
applications.
Confirm that the strike cavity depth is compatible with the lock
set.
2. Strike releases but
1. Determine the vertical centerline of the door lock face and
the horizontal centerline of the latch.
IMPORTANT: When determining the horizontal centerline
observe the following:
FOR MORTISE LOCKS: Align the angled ramps of the lip
bracket with the deadlock trigger of the mortise latch.
FOR CYLINDRICAL LOCKS: Align the center of the latch with
the center of the strike opening.**
NOTE: Specifications subject to change without notice.
* Dimension F is measured from face of mounting tab to face of frame and equates to the thickness of the frame material.
**Dimension X on the drawing is determined by the vertical centerline of the door. If the latch incorporates a deadlocking pin additional steps will be
necessary to ensure proper operation of the deadlocking pin. Measure the thickness of the deadlocking pin and add this thickness to Dimension X to
relocate the vertical centerline an appropriate distance on the frame.
Confirm that the keeper is closing properly and that the lever in
the strike cavity is operating freely.
†
©2008 RUTHERFORD CONTROLS INT’L CORP. WWW.RUTHERFORDCONTROLS.COM
USA: 2697 INTERNATIONAL PARKWAY, PKWY 5, VIRGINIA BEACH, VA 23452 • CANADA: 210 SHEARSON CRESCENT, CAMBRIDGE, ON N1T 1J6
PHONE • 1.800.265.6630 • 519.621.7651 • FAX: 1.800.482.9795 • 519.621.7939 • E-MAIL: SALES@RUTHERFORDCONTROLS.COM
IS47A
For wood frame door installations, substitute #12 wood screws for dimension M.
©2008 RUTHERFORD CONTROLS INT’L CORP. WWW.RUTHERFORDCONTROLS.COM
USA: 2697 INTERNATIONAL PARKWAY, PKWY 5, VIRGINIA BEACH, VA 23452 • CANADA: 210 SHEARSON CRESCENT, CAMBRIDGE, ON N1T 1J6
PHONE • 1.800.265.6630 • 519.621.7651 • FAX: 1.800.482.9795 • 519.621.7939 • E-MAIL: SALES@RUTHERFORDCONTROLS.COM
PCN080047
P10/08DA