SCHLAGE LEVER SERIES

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Beginning January 2, 2013 Schlage will offer the Latitude (LAT) and Longitude (LON) levers in the 629 and 630 stainless steel finishes.
The lever removal tool can be used to remove levers in both the ND and the L Series mortise locks.
On August 15, 2012 Schlage began shipping a new, more ergonomic, lever removal tool to coincide with Phase 1 of the ND-Series improvement project.  This tool can be used for Schlage ND-Series ...
Schlage and Von Duprin introduced the new M Collection of decorative levers in January 2014.Click here to visit the new webpage.
The old D series springcage part numbers are as follows: C303-035 - Inside Springcage C303-036 - Outside Springcage These parts are no longer available.
The old D-Series Lever used a standard lever insert similar to the pre-2002 AL-Series standard lever insert.  The old D Lever insert was smaller than the AL and the two were not comp...
The D lever was discontinued in October 2003 and there are no parts available.
Schlage and Falcon use the P cylinder suffix to designate conventional key-in-lever (KIL) 6 pin cylinder.  The D means that the lock will have a deadlatch.
At one time we offered a 9453 function in several different lever, knob and grip handleset designs. A wide variety of trim offerings were available. The mortise lockcase was a smaller version of th...
The Schlage Latitude levers can't be used with Von Duprin 98/99 series exit devices.
Falcon D series deadbolts will not accept Schlage Key-in-lever cylinders. The faceplate plug hole is smaller in diameter than the Schlage plug and does not fit flush when i...
For a Schlage "C"  keyway:  Specify "CP6" as the cylinder suffix when ordering  D100 or D200 locks (All other Schlage keyways are not available).
Schlage offers 629 and 630 stainless finishes on levers for the L-Series only.  These levers are made of 303 or 304 grade stainless steel.
This change was implemented in firmware package CO.A.6 (or later) to help the customer in the communication and coupling process between the CO200 (CO250) and the hand held device (HHD). ...
The green LED is to be lit up until the spindle (Triangles and Key Switch) are aligned properly; providing a visual indication of the problem.  
If the mechanical alignment of the triangles on the back of the outside escutcheon are not aligned, the CO200 or CO250 will not connect with the SUS/HHD and will appear to be unresponsive...
In firmware CO.A.6 (or later) the Schlage button on the CO200 (CO250) will turn green anytime that the spindle triangles on the front escutcheon are out of alignment or the mechanical key switch is...
When unlocking the CO200 door by mechanical key override, the green led will be continuously ON until the key is released. This will occur after firmware CO.A.6 (or later) has been installed int...