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Electronic latching device that replaces a regular lock strike in a doorframe
The Schlage full size interchangeable core (FSIC) prepped B560F, B561F, and B563F deadbolts all require a UL fire cup (R) in order to be UL listed.  This fire cup is s...
Hold Open Closers & Magnets (Fire/Life safety products) provide a wide range of solutions.  Single or multi-point hold open closers Utilize an electromechanical closer. Hold the door o...
Panic Hardware and Fire Exit Hardware are two different types of exit devices, and the proper selection is determined by code requirements. Panic Hardware is an exit device which is tested for u...
The most obvious difference (in the device) is the lack of mechanical dogging on a Fire Rated Device.  There are some internal parts that may be different and the method it is secured to the d...
AFL stands for "Auxiliary Fire Latch" on fire rated exit devices.
A Knox-Box or Fire Department 911 Box is a small wall-mounted safe that holds building keys for Fire Departments, Emergency Medical Services, and sometimes police to retrieve in emergency situation...
This option is not available as there is no NL cam to directly drive the rods and using a key to lift the heavy stainless, brass or bronze rods would damage the key. 
The 510L can be converted to a nightlatch 510L-NL by changing out a few parts to the trim. See 510L to 510L-NL conversion instructions for required parts that will need to be added/r...
Night Latch (NL)= key retracts the latch momentarily to allow entry. When key is removed, the latch will extend and locks the door (momentary unlock). Class Room (Lock/ Unlock)= key unlocks...
Recommend to order a new 990NL-R/V or M trim to change from TP/Classroom function to NL/Storeroom function. You will also need to reinstall the NL drive screw back into into the mast...