Looking For Answers On Access Controls For Bank Vaults/ Day Gates

I have a bank customer that is looking to move away from paper-based logs for bank vaults to being able to track who enters the vault electronically through an access control system. During open hours there is a "day gate" that is locked while the vault door is open. The day gate is locked with lock and key.

I am struggling with two issues:

(1) Are latching hardware on day gates standardized (across manufacturers) so that standard electric strikes can replace the mechanical lock?

(2) Since the day gate technically sits inside of the vault door, would there be issues/challenges to run wire for power to the lock and between the controller and the lock?

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