Which cam is suitable for Mortise exit device trim

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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...
The Schlage CO-220 is standalone classroom lock down solution with remote fob and visual indicator which allows immediate local lock down by simply pushing the button on the remote fob from anywher...
The Von Duprin CD kit comes with the cover plate machined to accept the cylinder dogging mortise cylinder.1 1/4" mortise cylinder with an inverted straight cam is required for CD option on Von Dupr...
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...
 Modular 1-1/8"  Modular 1-1/4"  SFIC and FSIC  Non-Modular Non-IC Conventional  Non-Modular Non-IC Everest Pr...
Use Schlage B520-295 cam with the Falcon 986 conventional cylinder. Use Falcon A12667-013-00 with the Falcon C987 SFIC housing.
 A 1 1/4" cylinder with straight cam is required for the Von Duprin SD (Special Dogging) exit device option.
The cylinder cam must be inverted with the SD option to work properly.
A 1 1/4" mortise with straight cam similar to the Schlage B502-191 is needed when using Von Duprin 9975 mortise device with 996L-M trim.
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...
Part numbers for Schlage and Falcon cylinders for Von Duprin devices are listed below. (KIL = Key In Lock) SCHLAGE   Mortise Rim KIL ...
FALCON   Mortise Rim KIL Conventional 986 x #4 cam 951 A23165-02 Small Format Housing C987...
If unclear whether mortise, rim, or key-in-lever is needed, reference links below to determine what cylinder type is needed.  In order to determine cylinder type needed,  you must first k...
Effective July, 2014, there is no longer a specific modular cam part number for dogging. The Schlage modular straight cams come with two mounting holes that allow for the cams to be mounted inverte...