DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LATCH LOCK

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They both use Template # 10320_c
LR is the regular/ standard latch and PL is Pullman/ES (Electric Strike) latch for the Von Duprin 8827 exit device.
 ES (electric strike) latch is only used with the 8827 less bottom rod on a non fire rated exit device with a 6111 electric strike.
The following list explains the differences between the Von Duprin 47 and 48 latch assemblies. The 47 top and bottom latches have 5/8" throw latchbolts. The 48 top and bottom latches have 3/4" ...