can you make el fail safe

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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...
Use a normally closed fire alarm as the input to the power supply option board (PS873-2 or PS914-2RS), this will hold the latch retracted.  During a fire alarm, the contact will open, dropping...
This is not possible as an EL device is an electric latch retraction and requires power to unlock the door thus only available in Fail Secure.
The E996L-FSE trim is needed if the application requires fail-secure operation from the trim side of the opening. When power is out on Chexit device, E996L-FSE trim will remain locked to ...
Electrically locking and unlocking outside lever (outside cylinder) - Outside lever continuously locked (EL) or unlocked (EU) by 12 or 24V DC. EL is fail safe (power failure allows outside knob/lev...
Electrically locking and unlocking both levers (outside cylinder) - Inside and outside knobs/levers continuously locked (EL) or unlocked (EU) by 12 or 24V DC. EL is fail safe (power failure allows ...
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 ...
Electrically locking and unlocking outside lever (inside and outside cylinders) - Outside lever continuously locked (EL) or unlocked (EU) by 12 or 24V DC. EL is fail safe (power failure allows out...