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The standard screw pack for an LCN closer is the SRT (Self Reaming and Tapping) screw. Thru bolts are an option, but must be specified on the order. There is no charge for them, but they do need to...
SRT, Philips head screw, self-reaming and self-tapping capability
(4) SCREW, TORX, T-15, #8-32 UNC 2A, UNDERCUT, FLAT HD, MACHINE,  1/2" LENGTH (2) SCREW, TORX, T-20, #12-24 UNC 2A, UNDERCUT, FLAT HD, MACHINE,  1/2" LENGTH (2) SCREW, 8-32 X 3/4 MS PIN TORX (1)...
(2) SCREW, TORX, T-15, #8-32 UNC 2A, UNDERCUT, FLAT HD, MACHINE,  1/4" LENGTH (2) SCREW, TORX, T-20, #12-24 UNC 2A, UNDERCUT, FLAT HD, MACHINE,  1/2" LENGTH (2) SCREW, 8-32 X 3/4 MS PIN TORX (1)...
(2) #10-24 X 1.0  TORX OVAL HEAD MACHINE SCREW, FINISHED (2) SCREW, 8-32 X 3/4 MS PIN TORX (1) SCREW, 8-32 X 1 MS PIN TORX (2) SCREW, 8-32 X 7/8 MS PIN TORX
The 33/35 series can be replaced with 33A/35A with a small modification to the door.  See the template, 33A Retrofit Preparation, for the necessary modification to the door and ...
23848385 is the part number to order for the COM400 radio board that has the MCX jack for the optional RF antenna. It is shipped in the PIM400 and WRI400 so if needed for the wall mounted module yo...
The only difference between the COM400 in a door lock (AD400) and the COM400 in a wall mounted interface module is the MCX jack, which is provided for the optional remote RF antenna when needed o...
The COM400 has only two versions of FW, 2.2a and 2,2d and they are cross compatible and completely functional with all AD-Series wireless devices. There is no reason to change a FW 2.2a to a FW 2...
The new Falcon T-Series latch, introduced mid-June 2013, will work with all available T lock strike options.  No changes have been made to the strikes.
This is not a recommended application as the electric strike does not have the same holding force as the XP98/99 rim exit device. The electric strike has 1500 pounds of holding force whereas the XP...
The new AL FSIC driver part number is A700-052.  This driver snaps onto the back of the core similar to the ND, as opposed to it being assembled into the lock chassis with a retaining ring.  Th...