ST671 - Deadbolt strike


For use where the electronic access control system must work together with a high security deadbolt rather than the traditional latchbolt. The rapid operation of an electric strike, as compared to a motor lock, is recommended for high-traffic areas such as corridor doors and main entrances. These strikes are also recommended for rooms containing cash or valuables and areas where staff may be subject to attack.


All STEAB Deadbolt Strikes are supplied fitted with either faceplate 625 or 635, and with 5 m cable.

The strike is manufactured from stainless steel.

EXTREMELY HIGH strength - resists 1,850kg sidepressure on the pivoting staple.

Can be used with both left and right hand doors without adjustment.


DC continuous duty fail-unlocked with built-in microswitch

The strike is closed as long as the current is on and opens automatically when the current is switched off.

A microswitch monitors the deadbolt engagement.

The strike releases the deadbolt of the lockcase when activated. The door can always close and re-lock, even when the deadbolt is in the extended position.

The latchbolt is controlled in the normal way for the lockcase in question - most often by lever handle. Note that this other bolt would not be released if the power failed.

For dimensions see below.



EN 50081-1 (Emission)
EN 50082-2 (Immunity)

EMC 89/336/EEC
EMC 93/68/EEC