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The Von Duprin 1609 cannot be used on a pair of fire rated doors. We recommend using the Von Duprin fire rated mortise exit device in lieu of the rim device such as the Von Duprin 5575-F,...
The backset for a 98/99 rim PANIC device with 1609 strike is 2 3/8" from center of the opening to center line of the device. See template
The 22, 33/35A and 98/99 rim exit devices: The 6111 is the most common electric strike to be used with these devices 6112 and 6113 electric strikes also could be used The 6300 surface mount el...
This is not a recommended application as the electric strike does not have the same holding force as the XP98/99 rim exit device. The electric strike has 1500 pounds of holding force whereas the ...
The 909 strike is used in single and paired non-fire rated and single fire rated openings.  The 954 strike is used in fire rated paired openings.
The 1609 strike cannot be used with Von Duprin XP98/99 exit device.
Position the 379L  trim and attach with countersunk screw into the bottom stud of the trim.  Position the 55 Rim device and attach with the device mounting screw through the he...
Per the template, as long as the latchbolt for the mortise lock or cylindrical lock is lined up with the centerline of the 6223 electric strike, it will function as required.  Different offset...
Yes, but the strike must be ordered "special" and there is a "special" template to verify the 55 device is aligned properly for use with the Von Duprin 6111 electric strike. When ordering the...
The Von Duprin 98/9975 -2 device requires a RIM cylinder on the exit device side of the door and the outside trim requires a 1 1/4" mortise cylinder with straight cam. 
The wires run through the device out to the EPT. See step 7 on page 5 of E996L instructions.
The programming processes for Allegion devices can be both product and features specific.  Some products programming processes are electronic in nature, others are physical in nature. &nbs...
Hardware falling off a door is caused by one or all of the following issues: Field abuse Improper internal reinforcements in the door Improper field preparation The top or bottom rod case can...
The use of Panic Hardware and/or Fire Exit Hardware is required by the International Building Code (IBC) and NFPA 101 – The Life Safety Code, depending on which code and which edition of the code i...
We have several blank trims listed in the price book to cover existing trim prep in door.  DEVICE EO TRIM   22  230EO  88  880EO   98/99  990EO or 996EO*  33A/35A Rim, 33/3...
All the templates can be found at us.allegion.com   Please click here
The Von Duprin Guard-X exit device is not fire rated because the deadbolt is not spring loaded. Therefore, there would be no positive latching as required on a fire rated opening. 
Yes, the Von Duprin model 260U strike is intended for surface vertical rod devices with flush transom applications.  There is also a fire rated model called the 260U-F.
To add a cylinder to the 98/99-EO rim device order a 110NL-MD for metal door or 110NL-WD for wood door with a standard rim cylinder and prep the door per template.
The existing 373L control was modified and re-named as 379L to allow us to use the 55 rim device on an ADA door opening.  The 379L control is our 373L with different hex ...
For devices with bottom latches and strikes, the maximum undercut is 1/4" to ensure latching in the case of a fire. For devices approved without bottom latches and strikes, using the AFL (aux...