difference between rim exit device and mortise exit device

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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...
We used to offer a E99 rim device where there was a solenoid to lock or unlock the lever or thumbpiece trim on the back side of the center case of the 98/99 device.  When we created the E996L trim ...
LR is the regular/ standard latch and PL is Pullman/ES (Electric Strike) latch for the Von Duprin 8827 exit device.
 ES (electric strike) latch is only used with the 8827 less bottom rod on a non fire rated exit device with a 6111 electric strike.
The Von Duprin 1439 strike is designed to be used on a blade stop frame and is 1/2" in height.  The 299 strike is normally used on the stop of a frame and is 13/16" in height.  
The 376T trim activates and connects to the 33/3547A top rod. The 360T activate and mounts to the 33/3547A center case.
There is not enough room for both options as the dogging mechanism in a standard cylinder dogging and the electronics for the EL or QEL options are both located at the end of the base plate. For 9...
A 1-1/8 through 1-1/2" mortise cylinder with straight cam per Step 4 of 512NL Instructions.
The "500" Series trim in general (510L, 511L, 512's, & 513K) will work with all 25 series devices and are not device specific.
Device: Pushbar end caps, pushbar trim and center case cover. Trim: Lever assembly, trim plate assembly (trim plate and bushing sleeve).Bronze Finish Comparison