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Hotel/motel lock - Deadbolt thrown or retracted by emergency master key in upper cylinder from outside or thumbturn inside. Deadlatch retracted by key in outside knob, except when the lock is in ...
Hotel/motel lock—Deadlocking latch bolt operated by key outside or rotating inside knob/lever. Outside knob/lever rigid. Rotating turn from inside extends dead bolt and changes visual message on ou...
Hotel/motel lock—Deadlocking latch bolt operated by key outside or rotating inside knob/lever. Outside knob/lever rigid. Rotating turn from inside or emergency key outside extends dead bolt. Both d...
Communicating Frames are hollow metal frame fabricated such that a door is installed in each rabbet of a double rabbeted frame (2 doors total) to facilitate dual access and control of the opening, ...
Key in lever Falcon cylinders do not work in Schlage locks.  The cylinders may fit, but there are no specific tailpieces created to operate any Schlage lock. SFIC SFIC is universal so Falcon and...
   Hotel cylinder in L9000 As long as the correct cam is used (Schlage clover), a Falcon Hotel cylinder will properly function in an L9486 hotel lock.
L9485:  Latchbolt retracted by key outside or by knob/lever inside. Outside knob/lever always fixed. Deadbolt thrown or retracted by inside thumbturn.  When deadbolt is thrown, all keys become ino...
The ND85/AL85/A85 hotel lock is only available in a conventional Key-in-Lever cylinder.  Interchangeable core and Primus are not available with this function. 
A Primus Hotel cylinder (as well as an IC hotel cylinder) is not possible because there isn't enough room inside the cylinder for all of the required components. 
Putting a standard non-hotel cylinder in a L9485 or L9486 will change the operation of the lock to the L9480, storeroom lock with deadbolt.
The following document contains information on Falcon (Non I/C) Hotel Cylinders, including part numbers, key requirements and operation. Falcon Hotel Cylinders.
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The indicator on a cylindrical hotel lock is a small pin that projects outward from the face of the cylinder plug (Figure 1) when the inside push button is depressed.  When this pin is pr...