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Apartment Corridor Lock function is defined as a lock where the latch bolt operated by lever from either side, except when outside lever is made inoperative by a stop or mechanical means other than...
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...
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.
Schlage offers a High, Medium, and Low risk HSLR ligature Resistant trim offering for the L9000 and ND locks, Data Sheet.Schlage offers a Low to Medium Risk SL1/SK1 ligature resistant trim for...
High Risk Areas*Patient bedroomIn-suite bathroomIn-suite closetTime-out roomPatient difficult to manage; or risk of solitary and/or unsupervised areas.Medium risk areas*Living roomDining roomGroup ...
-On the AD series offline locks only you can change the lock function from Classroom/Storeroom to a Privacy, office or apartment function out in the field. - This is done via the HHD/SUS using...
L9496 is a Privacy mortise lock with “Occupied” Indicator. Knob/lever retracts latchbolt from either side. Deadbolt thrown or retracted by key outside (retraction by key required in the event ...