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HES Electric Strike 9500 630 Fire Rated Rim Panic

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HES Electric Strike 9500 630 US32D Stainless Steel, For Fire Rated Doors up to 3 hour, 12/24VDC Fail Secure or Fail Safe

HES Electric Strike 9500 630 Fire Rated Rim Panics

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HES Electric Strike 9500 630 US32D Stainless Steel, For Fire Rated Doors up to 3 hour, 12/24VDC Fail Secure or Fail Safe

The 9500 Series is a 3 hour fire rated, surface mounted electric strike designed to accommodate rim exit devices with a 3/4" Pullman latch. All components are completely encased within its 3/4" thick stainless steel housing, so no cutting on the frame is required for installation. Simply place the electric strike on the surface of the frame, align it with the exit latchbolt and install. Adjustments have never been easier as the base is now separate from the cover.
The 9500 exceeds grade-1 standards for strength and performance. It is field selectable for fail secure and fail safe operation, and for 12 or 24VDC. This unique electric strike complies with NFPA 80-07 guidelines for retrofit into fire-rated frames.


  • UL 10C fire-rated, 3 hour (fail secure), GXAY.R9483
  • CAN4-S104 (ULC-S104) fire door conformant, GXAY7.R9483
  • WHI fire door listed
  • UL 1034 burglary-resistant listed and suitable for outdoor use, BP7059
  • UL 294 (6th Edition) Listed, BP7059
  • ANSI/BHMA A156.31, Grade 1 (#E09371, #E09372, #E09373)
  • NFPA-252 fire door conformant
  • ASTM-E152 fire door conformant
  • California Fire Marshall listed, 3775-1654:0101
  • NFPA 80-07 compliant, 3187773MID-003
  • RoHS compliant
  • Patent #6,390,520
  • Patent pending

Please note - UL Certification approval states:  for use with Sargent Mfg. Type 12-8800, Yale Security Inc. Types 7100F or 7200MF, or Corbin Russwin Inc. Type ED4200MA rim type fire exit hardware devices only

Frame application

  • Metal
  • Wood


  • .45 Amps @ 12VDC continuous duty
  • .25 Amps @ 24VDC continuous duty
  • PoE friendly

Standard Features

  • Installs in metal or wood frames
  • Separate base and decorative cover for easy adjustments
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Tamper resistant
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance 1,000,000 cycles
  • Field selectable fail safe/fail secure
  • Dual voltage 12 or 24 VDC
  • Horizontal adjustability
  • Non-handed
  • Internally mounted solenoid
  • Accommodates up to 3/4" Pullman latch
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • LBM - Latchbolt monitor
  • LBSM - Latchbolt strike monitor


  • 9400/9500/9600-108 » Spacer plate (black or 630 finish)
  • SMB » Surface mounting box
  • 2001M » Plug-in bridge rectifier
  • 2004M » ElectroLynx adapter
  • 2005M3 » SMART Pac III
  • 2006M » Plug-in buzzer


  • 630 » Satin stainless steel
  • 605 » Bright brass
  • 606 » Satin brass
  • 612 » Satin bronze
  • 613 » Bronze toned
  • 613E » Dark Oxidize Satin Bronze (NEW)
  • 629 » Bright stainless steel

Tech Tip
When installing surface-mounted door hardware, establishing mounting threads in thin-gauge metal frames can be a challenge - often requiring the installation of blind nuts to establish an adequate thread. Because of their design, blind nuts can cause surface-mounted door hardware to not fit flush to the frame.
Recognizing this real life issue, the design of the 9500 electric strike has been enhanced to provide a flush mount even when used with blind nuts. If interested in purchasing blind-nuts and blind nut installation tools, seek out the Securitron BN-250 blind nut and accessories pack.

Additional Information

Weight 2.0000
Manufacturer HES (Hanchett Entry Sys)
Voltage 12/24 VDC
Latchbolt Monitoring No
Fail Safe/Fail Secure Field Selectable
UL Fire Rated Door Approved Electric Strike UL Fire Door Approved
Electric Strike Frame Depth No
Electric Strike Lock Type Use SVR or Rim Exit Device

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