Mortise cylinder for HOSIPTAL HOTEL LOCK THAT LOCKS KEYS OUT WHEN IN USE

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Key in lever Falcon cylinders do not work in Schlage locks.  The cylinders may fit, but there are no specific tailpieces created to operate any Schlage lock. SFIC SFIC is universal so Falcon and...
   Hotel cylinder in L9000 As long as the correct cam is used (Schlage clover), a Falcon Hotel cylinder will properly function in an L9486 hotel lock.
Standard and Full Size I/C mortise cylinders on the L9485 and L9486, Hotel or Restroom Locks, use the concept of a ward ring to lock out all change keys once the deadbolt is thrown. Instead of a fu...
HANDINGA stop ring is installed on the right side for right hand operation and on the left side for left hand operation.  Right hand shown below.
L9485:  Latchbolt retracted by key outside or by knob/lever inside. Outside knob/lever always fixed. Deadbolt thrown or retracted by inside thumbturn.  When deadbolt is thrown, all keys become ino...
Indicator not extended Indicator extended
The indicator on a cylindrical hotel lock is a small pin that projects outward from the face of the cylinder plug (Figure 1) when the inside push button is depressed.  When this pin is pr...
Putting a standard non-hotel cylinder in a L9485 or L9486 will change the operation of the lock to the L9480, storeroom lock with deadbolt.
When you want to periodically disable and block access to a certain room in a building or an entrance door, that’s when you would need to use a Lockout Cylinder. See full document.
Click here for a list of available Schlage cams comparable to the Sargent 13-0660.
Schlage now offers modular style cams to operate the Falcon MA locks.  The following part numbers are cams for all MA locks (except the MA381): L583-638 for 1-1/8", 1-3/8", 1-5/8" length cylin...
Price Book 72A List Price $8.10
The Falcon MA-Series requires a different cam for keyed functions than its predecessor the Falcon M-Series.
 
 
Typically for a 1-3/4" door you would use a 1-1/4" cylinder.  Use the Table in the Pricebook for a reference: