Falcon elevator lock

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The RU series from Falcon is a pre-assembled unit lock designed to retrofit existing unit locks manufactured by Falcon, Corbin Russwin and Yale.  It exceeds ANSI Grade 1 specifications and is ...
Interconnected Locks: a lockset whose trim provides a means of simultaneous retraction of two or more bolts which may also be operated independently Medium duty Commercial, government or multi-...
For W lock levers, you can choose whether or not to install the mounting posts.  This will also affect how the door is prepped so be sure to determine how you will install the locks befor...
Falcon manufactured an EZF101 which was a large plate with a recessed lever for use in elevators.  This item is no longer available.     
The following steps are required to convert the Von Duprin 98/9975L from classroom to night latch function: Order new 996L-NL-M trim and reset NL drive screw in mortise lockbody as set from...
The following common wiring diagrams are available:One Single Door with Panic BarElectric Latch Retraction, with Auto OperatorDelayed egress - Fire Rated ApplicationAuto Operator and actuatorElectr...
Electronic Protocols:Access Control Door with electric trimAccess Control with electric strike Access control with electric strike and LCN 4600 automatic operatorAccess Control with remote Loc...
The new Falcon T-Series latch, introduced mid-June 2013, will work with all available T lock strike options.  No changes have been made to the strikes.
The date of manufacture printed on the chassis cover (see below), will determine if you have a revised or old chassis. Chassis manufactured mid-June 2013 will have the new improvements. The first t...
Grade 1 locks are tested and certified to be in compliance with the following ANSI/BHMA Standards: Cylindrical, Bored and Preassembled Locks & Latches 800,000 Certified Cycles ANSI/...
The thumbturn will work but the spindles sit 90 degrees off from each other (Schlage is square, Falcon is diamond).  The result is the throw will end up 10 and 2 o'clock instead of 12 and 3.