what cylinders operate falcon devices

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2021 Update: An updated version of this knowledge entry can be found by clicking HERE.       Part numbers for Schlage and Falcon cylinders for Von Duprin device...
  FALCON   Mortise Rim KIL Conventio...
    If unclear whether mortise, rim, or key-in-lever is needed, reference links below to determine what cylinder type is needed.   In order to determine cylinder type n...
The following document contains information on Falcon (Non I/C) Hotel Cylinders, including part numbers, key requirements and operation.   Falcon Hotel Cylinders.
The Von Duprin CD kit comes with the cover plate machined to accept the cylinder dogging mortise cylinder.1 1/4" mortise cylinder with an inverted straight cam is required for CD option on Von Dupr...
The ALK uses a 1 1/4" mortise cylinder with straight cam. (NO DOGGING)
You must use the drive bushing that is supplied with the 179L control trim.  It is different from teh 1790 bushing.
Step 3 and 4 of 179L Instructions will show the old drive bushing being removed & the new drive bushing getting installed
This option is not available as the solenoid is in the mechanism case where the dogging components would go.  An HD-EL solenoid is not available, and Special Dogging(SD) is not an optio...
The cam is not inverted on the mortise cylinder for the CD option.
A double cylinder(-2) option is not available on a Falcon device but is available from Von Duprin.
Standard Schlage rim cylinders will fit a total thickness of door and projecting trim of 3 inches, this includes a minimum of 3/8" of engagement of the tailpiece into the exit device.  See ima...
For total thickness measurements larger than 3 inches see the special cylinder offerings in Pricebook.  Specify the part number and include the total thickness.  We do not offer the ...
You would have to order the device as 88NL less trim, the device will be shipped as an 88EO.  The EO device has an NL cam to accept a rim cylinder tailpiece. 
Existing Everest keys will not work in Everest 29 cylinders     Related solution: Can I upgrade to an Everest 29 system and use my new keys on my existing Everest cylinders?
Everest 29 keys will work in Everest keyways. The R, S, and T keyways are completely backwards compatible to the Everest B, C, and D keyways respectively.   Related solutions:  What is Everest...
The following application information apply to the 5100 electric strike: Can only be used on a single door with a cylindrical lock Can not be used on a pair of doors Can not be used on a mullion
The 17, 18, & 19 devices use the same dogging assembly part #610480.