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The Rw/PA arm is simply a regular arm that is packed with a 62PA (parallel arm) shoe, which will allow a (Tri-Pack) closer to be mounted in a regular, top jamb, or parallel arm application.
The 4040 Rw/PA can be mounted 3 different ways. The 4040-18 drop plate is used for the regular pull side mount. The 4040-18TJ drop plate is used for the top jamb push side mount. The 4040-18P...
When placing an order for a 4041/4040XP Rw/PA with hold open, it would be ordered as a 4041 /4040XP Hw/PA. For an existing Rw/PA requiring the addition of a hold open function, a hold open arm woul...
The 4041 Rw/PA and the Hw/PA have the same template.  The only difference is the arm. The 4041/4040XP Hw/PA, if mounted to the 180° template, will hold the door open at 180°. Rw/PA is Regular A...
To install a 4041/4040XP with Rw/PA or Hw/PA arm, you need a minimum of 5-3/8" top rail on the door, measured from the bottom of the stop. If the top rail is less than 5-3/8", you will need to use ...
The 1461 Rw/PA requires a 4-3/8" minimum top rail on the door without the use of a drop plate.  If top rail is less than 4-3/8" a 1460-18PA drop plate will have to be used.
The use of a 62A Shoe (required) would be used to mount a 4040XP Parallel Arm  with a "SURFACE" GJ 70, 79, 81, 90, or 450 series stop. You would order the 4040XP with a Reg w/62A arm op...
Regular Arm with Parallel Arm Shoe
On a biometric F-Series or E-Series hand reader, the desired row (r) value and column (c) value should each be zero (0), plus or minus 2.  The desired exposure (e) value sh...
It should get a command from ACP and GWE will push the update to the device.