Concealed vertical rod latch diagram

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There is not enough room for both options as the dogging mechanism in a standard cylinder dogging and the electronics for the EL or QEL options are both located at the end of the base plate. For 9...
The AD or CO - 993 is NOT compatible with a Von Duprin 98/99 Concealed Vertical Rod exit device on wood doors.
Recommend to order a new 990NL-R/V or M trim to change from TP/Classroom function to NL/Storeroom function. You will also need to reinstall the NL drive screw back into into the mast...
The 98/99 rim and vertical rod exit devices are shipped with NL drive screw to function as a Night Latch. To convert the device to Class Room, remove the NL Drive Screw on 98/99 center case ass...
The old style Von Duprin 3327 top latch and rod is longer available.  The part number for old 3327 top latch was 105339.
The top latch for a Fire rated surface vertical rod device is part #650375-00 which replaced the old part #F588.
Most likely need to length the top rod so latch can engage it's internal latch retention state. See 2390 Instructions for adjusting rod lengths.
The following items may cause the exit devices top latch from being held in the retracted position. 1. The top or bottom rods are out of adjustment. 2. The top latch hold back...
Following exit devices 2227/F, 33/3527A/F, 33/3547A/48A/F, 98/9927/F and 98/9947/48/F have similar rod adjustment procedures. All top latches control the bottom latch assemblies. When do...
The internal rods and latches for the 25-C carried over from the older 18-C device so they can be used interchangeably.
On May 1, 2013 the LM9000 lock series was discontinued and replaced with the LM9300 Multipoint Lock series. See related solution for information on current multipoint offering: What is th...
The Schlage LM9000 Multipoint Solution was a three-point locking assembly that was UL approved to FEMA 361 and FEMA 320 guidelines for outswing doors, and met ANSI ICC 500 for tornad...
Installation should be 6" from bottom of the door. See attached templates as reference.  T-5494 for HM Doors W-5494 for Wood Doors
For standard (non-IC) cylinders, use the Falcon #4 straight cam For IC cylinders, use the Falcon #5 cam 
Following parts are required to add the bottom rod and latch to the 98/9927-LBR device.  Bottom Rod: 050515 for 9827 and 050514 for 9927 (specify finish)  Bottom Latch Assembly: 05009...
 8827 vertical rod device is available for 7 or 8 feet tall door standard. 12", 24", 36" and 48" extension rod kits are available for taller doors (8 feet max on fire rated openings). We do no...
See the installation instructions 718 for -C devices.
Templates for current 718 series trim can also be found on Falcon website
No, the 98/99 series mortise exit device should be ordered as NL less trim. IE, 9875NL-L/TRIM. NL-OP suffix is normally used with the 98/99 series rim, surface and concealed vertical rod devices wh...
To convert the Von Duprin 98/99 Rim or Vertical (Rod or Cable) Exit Device with functional lever (996L-R/V) to act like a rigid lever (996L-NL-R/V) with key over ride follow these steps: Remove ...
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,...
All hardware options (available on standard door) are available on GrainTech® doors. Available hardware are covered in the Steelcraft Price Manual. GrainTech® doors can be prepped for the Von Dupr...
The 050672 is the part number for rim or vertical rod device and 050673 for the mortise device.
Devices built After 2/28/2011: Use a 1 1/8" - 1 1/4" mortise cylinder with straight narrow cam. (Cam profile same as the Schlage B520-731, see table below for part numbers) Devices built Befo...
 Modular 1-1/8"  Modular 1-1/4"  SFIC and FSIC  Non-Modular Non-IC Conventional  Non-Modular Non-IC Everest Primus  B520-730  B520-731  B520-2...
See the link to a video instruction, Concealed Vertical Rod Exit Device Adjustment.Manual steps:Open door and release top latch bolt by inserting a screw driver in the hole at the top of the d...
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...
There are two main differences:The bottom latches are differentThe Von Duprin 98/9947 concealed vertical rod device covers up to 1/4" undercutThe Von Duprin 98/9948 concealed vertical rod device co...
They both use Template # 10320_c
For non fire rated doors only the 1609 strike would be used on the inactive leaf that is flush/surface bolted or with a *surface or concealed vertical rod device on other door leaf.