What length are mortise cylinders

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Typically for a 1-3/4" door you would use a 1-1/4" cylinder.  Use the Table in the Pricebook for a reference:  
There are different mortise cylinder length options depending on the cylinder type. Below is a list of available options for conventional, FSIC, and SFIC cylinders, as well as the convent...
These cylinders are designed with a microswitch attached to the back of the cylinder. The switch is operated by a cam when the key is rotated.   To order: XB09-195 Mort...
The XB09-195, XB09-795, and XQ11-804 are basically modified mortise cylinders. The overall length of the mortise cylinder switch is approximately 1-9/16" (1.563"). The diameter of the cylinder face...
The 38-070 is a dummy mortise cylinder available in 1 1/8", 1 1/4", 1 3/8", 1 1/2" lengths.  The cylinder has an embossed faceplate to look like a standard cylinder but no keyway.
The 38-070 is not available in stainless finishes; 629 and 630.
Schlage offers a comparable cam to the Yale 2160 and it will operate any Yale lock that utilizes the Yale 2160 cam.     Schlage Cams for Yale 2160  Part Number  Description  B520-7...
The Schlage L-Series uses a clover leaf cam with the exception of the L9060 outside cylinder which uses a straight cam. The cam part number will depend on the type of mortise cylinder, keyway (for ...