coin turn mortise

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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 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...
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.
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 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...
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, ...
To convert the Von Duprin 9975NL(Night Latch or Storeroom) to 9975L (Classroom) exit function follow these steps (Note: the mortise lock is shipped as Night Latch from the factory): Turn the NL ...
To convert the Von Duprin 9975L to 9975NL exit function follow these steps (Note: the mortise lock is shipped as Night Latch from the factory): Turn the NL screw on 7500 mortise lock counter clo...
There is not a coin cell on the CO100.