What is an interconnected lock?

Interconnected Locks: a lockset whose trim provides a means of simultaneous retraction of two or more bolts which may also be operated independently

  • Medium duty
  • Commercial, government or multi-family applications
  • Pros - meets codes for simultaneous retraction in multi-family
  • Cons - Limited finishes, trim designs and functions

 

Schlage Commercial interconnected locks

·         S200-Series – available with levers, tubular chassis (UL Listed for 3-hour fire door)

·         H-Series – available with knobs and limited availability with Levon lever, cylindrical chassis (ANSI A156.12 1999. UL Listed for 3-hour fire door)

·         CS210-Series - available with levers, tubular chassis

o    ANSI/BHMA Certified A156.12-2005, Grade 2, UL listed for 3-hour fire door

o    With SFIC interchangeable core cylinders: Grade 3 Security

 

Falcon interconnected locks

·         H2-Series - available with knobs and limited availability with Dane lever, cylindrical chassis (UL Listed for 1-1/2-Hour fire door)

 

NOTE:  The Schlage H-Series is not the same lock as the Falcon H2-Series.  They are two completely different locks.


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