Adjustable Extension Rod

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The 248L-4 strike will not violate ADA.  If you change the 248L-4 to the 304L strike, then the latch would need to be lowered.
The EL1490 does not use the same rods as the 1990. However, the EL1690 would use the existing rods which would be the device used to exchange a 1990 device.
A standard device mounted at standard templating location will fit up to a 8'4" tall door. Extension rods for non fire rated devices over 10' are available and can be found in&nbs...
Most likely need to length the top rod so latch can engage it's internal latch retention state. See 2390 Instructions for adjusting rod lengths.
The following items may cause the exit devices top latch from being held in the retracted position. 1. The top or bottom rods are out of adjustment. 2. The top latch hold back...
Following exit devices 2227/F, 33/3527A/F, 33/3547A/48A/F, 98/9927/F and 98/9947/48/F have similar rod adjustment procedures. All top latches control the bottom latch assemblies. When do...
Required top and bottom rod adjustment. Top rod possibly is adjusted too short and not lifting the rod far enough to engage the latch retention which would cause bottom rod to drag floor ...
See attached installation instruction for old style 33/3547 rod adjustment, 3347, 3547 Rod Adjustment.
See the link to a video instruction, Concealed Vertical Rod Exit Device Adjustment.Manual steps:Open door and release top latch bolt by inserting a screw driver in the hole at the top of the d...
 8827 vertical rod device is available for 7 or 8 feet tall door standard. 12", 24", 36" and 48" extension rod kits are available for taller doors (8 feet max on fire rated openings). We do no...
The 9927 installed on a 7'1" door requires a 12" extension rod
The extension rod could be used either on the top or bottom rods.
Up to 8' replace the top rod with part # 4270100018. 
From 8' to 9' use the part # 4270100172 extension rod kit
From 9' to 10' use part # 4270100197 extension rod kit.