mortise lock solenoid testing

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The resistance readings for a Falcon 24 or 25 Series EL solenoid should read;Green to Yellow = Pull Coil, should measure between 1 and 2 ohms of resistance. Green to Orange = Hold Coil, s...
Applies to L9090EL/EU, L9091EL/EU, L9092EL/EU, L9093EL/EU, L9094EL/EU, L9095EL/EUThe Schlage electrified L-Series wiring diagram can be found here and the re...
Applies to L9080EL/EU. L9082EL/EU (Discontinued)The Schlage electrified L-Series wiring diagram can be found here and the requirements are listed below. 24VAC or 24VDC (maximum 26V, ...
Click here to show the differences of an installed lockcase between the L9090, L9091, L9092, L9093, L9094, L9095 EL/EU and the L9080 EL/EU
The replacement solenoid for the Schlage L-Series mortise lock is part number L283-053.
Both E7500 mortise lock and E996L-M provide electrical control of the outside trim.  The E7500 mortise lock offers two monitoring switches that would not be available on the E996L-M trim. They moni...
The best way to test the Von Duprin EL solenoid is with an ohm meter. You must test both coils to make sure the solenoid is good. The coil has three wires; green, yellow, and orange. The green...
The coin cell Nuisance Delay on CO200 and CO250 can be temporarily disabled using the Schlage Utility Software.
Once disabled via the SUS application, the CO lock will no longer delay the access for valid credentials.
If your CO lock began indicating a low coin cell (Nuisance Delay) after a door file has been downloaded, the coin cell is low and should be replaced. (CR2032)The coin cell Nuisance Delay will be "A...
The coin cell Nuisance Delay settings in the SUS application is not available until such time that a Door file is successfully downloaded to the lockset.
The coin cell is ignored when the lock sets are used with Manual Programming ONLY or while in Construction mode.