It’s a good thing there is a machine to count for this test. Here is a short video clip we made of the new 1106 series strike during cycle testing. It may not be the most exciting clip to watch, but we are looking forward to longevity and durability.
Our New Sample displays are on the way!
The stand includes:
ROFU 2435 strike, ROFU 9126T transformer, ROFU 9860 Prox Reader and Monitoring LED and small REX.
These will be shipped out to our Reps in the field so they can stop by and show you our newest strike and reader.
We will have this on display at ASIS!
The ROFU 2435 Kit
- Complete with five Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Face Plates
- All Faceplates are Reversible for Left Hand or Right Hand Installation
- For Wood, Hollow Metal or Aluminum Jambs
- For Cylindrical, Mortise Locks or Mortise Exit Device
- Tested up to 1500 lbs Holding Force
- Non Handed
- Fail Safe/Fail Secure Reversible with ROFU’s standard 2 screw adjustment
- Built in Keeper Adjustment
- Adjustable Dead Latch Ramp
- Adjustable Deadbolt Opening
- Keeper Depth of 1″ – with 1/8″ door gap (deadbolt must still be manually released)
- Trim Plate included for cutout errors (attaches directly to side of the strike)
- 250mA/150mA current draw
- CE and RoHS Compliant
- Currently in UL for Testing
- Patent Pending
Optional Features: Cam Monitoring
Do you need to convert that AC transformer to DC? Well, here is an economical way to do just that!
The ROFU #1005 (without leads) or ROFU #1006 (with 6″ leads) Full Wave Bridge Rectifiers
They are a lot more than what meets the eye! These two ROFU models will accept up to 10A Max, Up to 1000V (higher than most)
There are full wave rectifiers and half wave rectifiers, with an electric strike it may not matter as much if you use a half wave rectifier, but if you try to use one with an electromagnetic lock the magnet will not function correctly. The pictures below show you why:
This drawing (above) shows a half wave rectifier. It removes the negative flow and leaves you with only the top positive half of the wave, this will give you quick burst of power.
The full wave rectifier (above) convert the entire negative flow to positive flow, ensuring the current flow continues with no gaps.
For electro-magnetic lock installations, ROFU always recommends using a “full-wave” bridge rectifier, anything less would create breaks in the power (the bursts in the 1st drawing), and thus putting the holding force into question. It is also important that installers know that they can use “cheap” rectifiers, but also there is a bigger possibility that they will not cancel the entire negative flow, which means it would allow “AC” power to leak through, and possibly damage the magnetic lock or the PC board.
For fail secure electric strike installations, you could use a half wave rectifier and shouldn’t have power issues, but we always recommend using a full wave bridge rectifier.
Most of our ROFU strike models come standard with mounting tabs in the hardware pack!
Just in case you need specifics the following ROFU models ALL come with the mounting tabs:
ROFU 2400 Kit “do all strike”
*ROFU standard duty fail secure 1402, 1403 and 1404 series
*ROFU standard duty fail safe 3402, 3403 and 3404 series
*ROFU standard duty fail secure with adjustable keeper 1702, 1703 and 1704 series
*= All faceplates, lip brackets and hardware packs are interchangeable
They came in.. and they have SHIPPED OUT 🙂
Sorry for the delays – we are on top of the issues now!
Thank you for all your support!
Happy New Year Promo!
ROFU’s NEW 2402 Jig
Designed for the ANSI (1 1/4″ x 4 7/8″) prep faceplate of the 2400 kit.
It can be purchased by itself at $74.00 list or ask your distributor or ROFU REP about ROFU’s “Buy 5 ROFU 2400 kits get the jig for free” – This is a drop ship option only
Check this out for instructions and install photos:
Here are some ways ROFU tries to help you with free services from UPS, its just another bit of customer service we want to pass on to you: If you supply us with an email address on your purchase orders we’ll add it to our shipment and at our close of shipping day UPS will send you an email that will contain the tracking number, your PO number, our sales confirmation number, and the destination address and arrival date.
This is a great service but we have found out in a lot of cases the email goes to the buyer and never any further. Regretfully it never makes it to the sales staff, sometimes the emails have already been marked as spam so the buyer will never see them either, so much needed information – LOST. The reason we know this is because within a couple of days from shipping we get telephone call(s) from the sales person looking for the tracking number or shipping date.
We started suggesting this tracking option about 3-4 months and we are still hoping it will catch on, as we think this can work with everyone and just maybe no one will ever have to call for a tracking number again. Keep in mind everyone who enters the PO # must be consistent in the way they enter it)!
Try it! Track via the ‘reference number’ option on UPS, this is an excellent bit of customer service that EVERYONE should use! Try it! We always enter your purchase order number on Reference Line 1, as
PO # Number goes here
to the Tracking option on http://www.ups.com Then click on Track by Reference
NOW enter YOUR PO number just like this just like this
PO # __________ and YOUR shipment information should come up! (make sure the stuff in red is that way)
If it was entered correctly the tracking number will magically appear on your screen 🙂