What is holdback?

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The holdback feature is applied as follows:   With the L9076 or L9077 in the locked position, the inside lever or knob is rotated until the latchbolt is fully retracted. The key...
Schlage used to offer a holdback cylinder 03-030 that could be used with the L9050, L9080, and L9082. The cylinder had a special 2-piece lazy cam that allowed the cam to be rotated only about 120 d...
Double cylinder deadlatch - Deadlatch retracted by key either side. No holdback.
Single cylinder deadlatch - Deadlatch retracted by key outside or thumbturn inside. Holdback feature standard.
Schlage has conversion kits to convert the classroom L/LV9070 to the classroom security L/LV9071 and the classroom holdback L/LV9076 to the classroom security holdback L/LV9077.  The...
Classroom security holdback lock - Latchbolt is retracted by knob/lever from either side unless locked by key from either side. When locked, latchbolt is retracted by key outside or knob/lever insi...
The B250 Night Latch is a single cylinder deadlocking latchbolt where the latch is retracted by a key from the outside or by the inside thumbturn. Rotating the thumbturn and activating the hol...
Apartment Corridor Lock function is defined as a lock where the latch bolt operated by lever from either side, except when outside lever is made inoperative by a stop or mechanical means other than...