ND Series EL EU

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The ND electrified motor driven locks shipping as of  March 14, 2016 has a field selectable operating mode, you can convert from EL to EU or EU to EL by flipping a switch on the chas...
The electrified ND electrified solenoid driven lock shipped prior to March 14, 2016 can be converted between fail safe (EL) and fail secure (EU) by swapping out the solenoid, sleeve,...
Procedure for the L9090EL/EU, L9091EL/EU, L9092EL/EU, L9093EL/EU, L9094EL/EU, L9095EL/EUThese devices have a selectable switch in the upper right corner of chassis.  Simply move the switch to ...
Procedure for the L9080EL/EU and L9082EL/EUTo modify an electrified L9000 from EU to EL or EL to EU move the link pin to the appropriate location indicated below in Figure 1.  
EL: Electrically Locked (Fail Safe), locks when power is supplied and is unlocked when there is no power. EU: Electrically Unlocked (Fail Secure), unlocks when power is supplied and is locked when...
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 new motor driven ND electrified locks shipped after March 14, 2016 do not require a solenoid. The Schlage ND-Series electrified locks shipped prior to March 14, 2016 would have used a...
Electrically locking and unlocking both levers (no cylinder) - Both knobs/levers continuously locked (EL) or unlocked (EU) by 12 or 24V DC. EL is fail safe (power failure allows outside knob/lever ...