will Schlage cylinders work in Falcon M series

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The 17, 18, & 19 devices use the same dogging assembly part #610480.
Falcon replaced its deadbolt offering in 2008 with the D100 and D200 series.  The D800 Grade 2 deadbolt was replaced by the D200 and the D400 Grade 1 deadbolt was replaced by the D100.   The new bo...
  Part compatibility (Old vs new): With the exception of the cylinder, most of the parts are neither backward nor forward compatible.  This includes the deadbolt. The cylinder mechanism for al...
The Von Duprin 370 series control required a 1 1/4" mortise cylinder and will not operate with 1 1/8" mortise cylinder.
The 4610/4620 series operators are obsolete. There is no replacement part for any electronic component (motor/clutch, controller, input/output PC boards) for the obsolete 4610/4620 operators.Essent...
Schlage now offers modular style cams to operate the Falcon MA locks.  The following part numbers are cams for all MA locks (except the MA381): L583-638 for 1-1/8", 1-3/8", 1-5/8" length cylin...
Price Book 72A List Price $8.10
The B520-698 cam was designed for a Schlage IC mortise cylinder (see Figure 1) to operate a Falcon MA lock, all functions except the MA381.  There is no Schlage cylinder option ...
Schlage does not have a stainless steel/non-ferrous lock series. The only option that Allegion provides is the Grade 1 cylindrical Falcon X-Series. To order the Falcon X with the stainless st...
The thumbturn will work but the spindles sit 90 degrees off from each other (Schlage is square, Falcon is diamond).  The result is the throw will end up 10 and 2 o'clock instead of 12 and 3. 
This option is not available as the solenoid is in the mechanism case where the dogging components would go.  An HD-EL solenoid is not available, and Special Dogging(SD) is not an option ...
For standard (non-IC) cylinders, use the Falcon #4 straight cam For IC cylinders, use the Falcon #5 cam 
Part numbers for Schlage and Falcon cylinders for Von Duprin devices are listed below. (KIL = Key In Lock) SCHLAGE   Mortise Rim KIL ...
FALCON   Mortise Rim KIL Conventional 986 x #4 cam 951 A23165-02 Small Format Housing C987...
If unclear whether mortise, rim, or key-in-lever is needed, reference links below to determine what cylinder type is needed.  In order to determine cylinder type needed,  you must first k...
No parts are compatible between the Falcon MA-Series and the obsolete Falcon M-Series.
The Von Duprin 6210 electric strike was designed for retrofit applications and will not work with the Falcon MA series lock when strike and lock body are mounted at standard locations (centerline o...
The 25-R or 25-V device does meet the trim input requirements set by KABA for their trim so the two should be compatible.  However, the KABA trim has never been tested in house for the Fa...
Schlage offers Falcon Retrofit cylinders to fit many of Falcon's locks.  Table 1 below contains part number for T series locks.  Table 1 - Falcon retrofit cylinders  
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.
The following application information apply to the 5100 electric strike: Can only be used on a single door with a cylindrical lock Can not be used on a pair of doors Can not be used on a mullion
The Falcon C987 cylinder can be ordered with the #27 cam as it has a similar profile to the Schlage B520-731 cam for trims after 2/28/2011.
Falcon D series deadbolts will not accept Schlage Key-in-lever cylinders. The faceplate plug hole is smaller in diameter than the Schlage plug and does not fit flush when i...
For a Schlage "C"  keyway:  Specify "CP6" as the cylinder suffix when ordering  D100 or D200 locks (All other Schlage keyways are not available).
The Schlage AD/CO trims are not compatible with the Falcon 25-V device due to the main cam on the device rotating the opposite direction for a given hand compared to the AD/CO trims output dri...