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Electrically locking and unlocking both levers (inside and outside cylinders) - Both levers continuously locked (EL) or unlocked (EU) by 12 or 24V DC. EL is fail safe (power failure allows outside ...
Classroom lock two-point latch - Latchbolt(s) retracted by lever from either side unless outside is locked by key outside. When outside is locked, latchbolt(s) retracted by key and lever outside or...
Classroom security lock with three-point latch - Latchbolt is retracted by knob/lever from either side unless locked by key from either side. When outside is locked, latchbolt is retracted by key a...
Entrance/office lock with deadbolt - Latchbolt is retracted by knob/lever from either side unless outside is locked by 20° rotation of thumbturn. Deadbolt is thrown or retracted by 90° rotation of ...
Electrically locking and unlocking outside lever (inside and outside cylinders) - Outside lever continuously locked (EL) or unlocked (EU) by 12 or 24V DC. EL is fail safe (power failure allows out...
Classroom security lock* two-point latch - Latchbolt(s) retracted by lever from either side unless locked by key from either side. When outside is locked, latchbolt(s) retracted by key and lever ou...
Electrically locking and unlocking both levers (no cylinder) - Both knobs/levers continuously locked (EL) or unlocked (EU) by 12 or 24V DC. EL is fail safe (power failure allows outside knob/lever ...
Privacy with coin turn outside - Latchbolt is retracted by knob/lever from either side unless outside is locked by inside thumbturn or outside coin turn. Operating inside knob/lever, closing door, ...
You cannot lock the push side of the exit device as a panic device by design must allow exit.  Any attempt to block an exit is forbidden by code.
Classroom lock with three-point latch - Latchbolt is retracted by knob/lever from either side unless outside is locked by key. When outside is locked, latchbolt is retracted by key and knob/lever o...