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Hardwired and RF actuators can be used together on the same operator. The hardwired switch and the RF receiver both provide a N.O. contact to the operator.
The LCN Bollard post (8310-866) only accepts the "square" actuators (no round actuators). The size of the Bollard post is 4” X 6” X 36”. Acceptable actuator part numbers are: Hard Wired -  831...
The 7910-956 actuator direct replacement is the 8310-856 actuator.
If the 9100 Series Benchmark operator does not open when the actuator is pushed: Verify the unit has 120 volts applied to it. Verify the the power light on the control box is on. If not, check ...
BAA/ARRA stand for Buy American Act and American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. A brief description of some of the federal requirements can be found in the BAA Catalog on the Allegion...
Country of Origin (COO) information can be found in the Buy American Act (BAA) brochure.
To obtain product certification forms:Download the BAA Catalog on the Allegion website Complete the information requested in the the BAA Catalog with a detailed copy of the prod...
Yes. Remove the receiver from the operator. Remove the transmitter from the actuator button. Attach 1 wire to the NO (normally open) contact on the actuator switch, and another wire to the COM (com...
To convert a hard wired actuator button to a wireless actuator button you will need the following components: An RF transmitter. The 8310-844 transmitter for the (4-1/2" or 6" round, and the ...
To convert an RF actuator button to a hard wired actuator button, simply remove the RF transmitter an connect the hard wiring to the "Common" and "Normally Open" terminals on the the switch.
LCN recommends an 18 AWG (minimum) wire size (gauge) to the 8310 Series hardwired actuators.
The 4630/4640 operator can accept any ( normally open / dry contact) actuator - hardwired or wireless.  LCN Wireless actuators require the use of the 8310-865 RF receiver.The 8310-856 RF ...