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All of the Everest D sections/keyways are restricted.
Key-in-lever tailpieces differ in length depending on the lock series, function, and design.  Click here to identify the tailpiece and length.  NOTE: Modular cylinders use...
It is not possible to key SFIC and standard cylinders including Schlage FSIC into the same system.  A keyway name may be shared between the two key fami...
Schlage Everest 29 is a new keyway family that launched in August 2012 and is patented until 2029. It offers the highest level of restricted key system security by Schlage through patent protection...
1 1/8" mortise cylinders fit the 650 series keyswitch.  The 650 series keyswitch when ordered with the cylinder, will come complete with the correct cylinder, cam, and any required blocki...
If blocking rings (PN 36-079) are needed, specify dimensions when ordering. See below for blocking ring (PN 36-079) dimensions.  Blocking Ring  Specify Dimension  1//8" ...
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).
Schlage does not recommend cutting the L or LP section key blanks in the field.  Below are some details.Non Primus:In the classic family of keyways the "L" key section is the highest level key...
The primary benefit to the customer of using nickel silver rather than brass for our keys is that they wear better than brass thus improving the performance and longevity.  Some brass keys are plat...
The table below provides the Ilco cross reference to the Schlage keys.  Ilco Identification Section Pins Schlage Part # SC1 C 5 35-100 C SC4 C 6 3...