coin turn handing

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The Schlage mortise cylinder coin turn is part number 09-900 XL12-196.  This cylinder coin turn in non-handed so it can rotate freely in both directions. Can be used with the L9496.  Coin turn wil...
The 09-900 mortise cylinder thumbturn has three handing options: right hand, left hand, and non-handed.  Handing of the cylinder is done by a check ball and spring placed in the housing a...
Also applies to the 09-900 XL12-196 mortise cylinder coin turn.
The following list of cylinders were not affected by the change to modular cylinder:    09-900, 09-904, 09-905, 09-907 mortise cylinder turnsSmall format interchangeab...
In late July, 2014, Schlage began taking orders for a new high visibility indicator for both N escutcheon and sectional trim applications.  A complete listing of lock functions and part number...
The L Series mortise indicator datasheet can be found here. Includes how to order.
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, ...
Privacy with deadbolt and coin turn outside - Latchbolt is retracted by knob/lever from either side. Deadbolt is thrown or retracted by inside thumbturn or outside coin turn. Throwing deadbolt lock...
There is not a coin cell on the CO100.