DOUBLE POINT LOCKSET PARTS MANUAL

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Schlage offers the AL170 single dummy trim, but for applications where a double dummy is needed you can install two AL170 dummy trims back-to-back.  Each AL170 is shipped with a threaded rod (part ...
On May 1, 2013 the LM9000 lock series was discontinued and replaced with the LM9300 Multipoint Lock series. See related solution for information on current multipoint offering: What is th...
The Schlage LM9000 Multipoint Solution was a three-point locking assembly that was UL approved to FEMA 361 and FEMA 320 guidelines for outswing doors, and met ANSI ICC 500 for tornad...
The MA lock is field reversible.  The process involves three potential steps depending on what hand is needed. Rotating latchbolt - Changes swing of lock.  ex (RH to RHR) or inswing vs outswing ...
Falcon strives to provide a solid product, with solid performance, at a solid price. To better align with this mission statement the Grade 2 tubular Falcon Y lock and all parts will be discontinu...
Screw part number is L583-485.  Screw type: 8-32 UC-2A W/#6 Flat truss head Phillips recess, header point.
Schlage has conversion kits to convert the classroom L/LV9070 to the classroom security L/LV9071 and the classroom holdback L/LV9076 to the classroom security holdback L/LV9077.  The...
ND -series locks manufactured on or after January 30, 2017 use the following spring cages:Outside - N523-218 - For ALL cylinder options except for JD-YA6, JD-YA7 and JD-MEDInside - N523-222 -...
ND-series locks manufactured before January 30, 2017 used the following spring cages:
Dynamic Channel Switching is a feature of the Schlage AD-series wireless access point modules. Dynamic Channel Switching (DCS) increases the robustness of the wireless RF communication in a noisy r...
  Here is a Technical Note on what Dynamic Channel Switching is, what it improves, how to set-up, and frequently asked DCS questions. DCS Tech Note here  
Setting Dynamic Channel Switching   1)     Connect and couple the SUS to the PIM400 you intend to change. See the SUS User Guide for details   2)     Under “PIM Properties” and the “Edit” tab is ...