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Lox Mortise Mount Electric Drop Bolt Narrow Style Power to Lock (Fail Safe), DB1260PTL

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Original price $299.81
Original price $299.81 - Original price $299.81
Original price $299.81
Current price $273.64
$273.64 - $273.64
Current price $273.64

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The LOX DB1260 Electric Drop Bolt has been designed to be used on double-action (swing through) doors or as an additional locking device in conjunction with an Electric Strike in single door applications.

The DB1260 has a 25mm wide face plate and is therefore applicable on narrow style frame installations. It is available in either “Power to Lock” (Fail Safe) or “Power to Open” (Fail Secure). The DB1260 product range provides several glass-door mounting accessories. We do not recommend using this product on an Emergency Egress Door.

Standard Electromechanical Drop Bolt

Model: DB1260PTL


  • Internal control circuits protect drop bolt pin from damage
  • Power to Lock or Power to Open version available (to be specified)
  • Auto-lock function
  • Built-in varistor (MOV) for surge protection
  • Time delay setting at 0/3/6/10 secs 1-year warranty

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