electrified locks getting hot

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The Schlage ND electrified locks can be ordered with a 3-3/4" backset, but the latch cannot be ordered separately because of UL regulations.
The XL11-463 is no longer available, this was an option for the L series electrified locks to come with a 5 ft. pigtail. 
Warranty Statement3 Year Limited Mechanical Warranty and 1-Year Limited Electromechanical Warranty - Additional warranties listed below The provisions of these limited warranties do not apply to P...
Solenoid: Black (2 wires) Case side RX Normally Open: Green Normally Closed: Orange Cover side RX Normally Open: Gray Normally Closed: Red Common: Yellow
Refer to the MA RX diagram here for more information.
It is normal for a solenoid to be warm to the touch.
Various situations, such as continuous duty use or application of voltage that is higher than specified, can cause the solenoid to become warm.
If there is concern that the solenoid or device is "too hot" or has the capability to cause injury, disconnect the device and contact a authorized service representative to analyze the opening.
Procedure for the L9090EL/EU, L9091EL/EU, L9092EL/EU, L9093EL/EU, L9094EL/EU, L9095EL/EUThese devices have a selectable switch in the upper right corner of chassis.  Simply move the switch to ...
Procedure for the L9080EL/EU and L9082EL/EUTo modify an electrified L9000 from EU to EL or EL to EU move the link pin to the appropriate location indicated below in Figure 1.