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The standard L9000 lock can be ordered for thin doors (1 3/8") and the appropriate parts will be shipped.  The LV9000, L400, LM9000, Anti-Ligature, and N escutcheon trims a...
Select the appropriate installation instructions below for step-by-step guidance on how to install a Schlage ND lock. ND-Series Installation Instructions (locks manufactured after 01-31-2017)N...
The Schlage AL-Series SFIC locks require one (1) small format spacer (D500-000) for 7-pin cores and two (2) small format spacers for 6-pin cores.  When these spacers are not ins...
The center line of the L9000 mortise lock is 7/8" above the center line of the 6211 electric strike. This is the "C" dimension given on the second page of the 6211 template.
To install a Schlage ND170 click here for the installation instructions.
Beginning January 2, 2013 Schlage will offer the Latitude (LAT) and Longitude (LON) levers in the 629 and 630 stainless steel finishes.
Schlage offers the AL170 single dummy trim, but for applications where a double dummy is needed you can install two AL170 dummy trims back-to-back.  Each AL170 is shipped with a threaded rod (part ...
 The Schlage ND75 and ND95 locks require the chassis to be assembled and timed correctly for operation.  If the chassis has to be disassembled for any reason please refer to the Assembling Schlage ...
The RFQ form can only be submitted by Allegion sales representatives or Allegion account distributors.  All others should contact their Allegion sales representative. An RFQ form allows ...
Process Highlights: Upon receipt the Innovation Center Product Request Form coordinator will assign an RFQ#, review, and clarify the request as needed Within 5-working days your requ...
The Schlage L0170 is not available with the L escutcheon design because due to the narrow size you cannot fit the mounting plate underneath.  The mounting plate must sit on a "diamon...
The programming processes for Allegion devices can be both product and features specific.  Some products programming processes are electronic in nature, others are physical in nature. &nbs...