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Mount the end-cap bracket to the door with the two No 10 screws provided, and then tighten the lock securely to the door Attach the end cap to the end-cap bracket using the 1 2-inch oval head screw provided For single doors only: Remove the keeper cover, roller, and pin Install the keeper base on the door with the two screws supplied Reinstall the pin, roller, and cover with the two screws For double doors only: Install the rub plate for a 13 4-inch-wide door, from inside the door Also install the 732 keeper with the two No 10 screws Do not tighten the screws fully because the keeper will require adjustment, as mentioned in the next step For single doors only: Close the door, project the deadbolt, and adjust the keeper, so the door is tightly latched Then, retract the deadbolt, hold the keeper, release the latch, and open the door Open the keeper cover and tighten the screws Drill a 157-inch-diameter hole, as shown on the template, for the holding screw, and fasten the keeper with a No 10 screw Reinstall the pin, roller, and cover with the two screws For double doors only: Close the door, project the bolt, and adjust the plastic slide on the 732 keeper, so the door is tightly latched Tighten the screws
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To install the control box for Model 715, remove the control box cover Select a location for the control box on the hinge side of the door and mount it to the wall, using the three 3 4-inch self-tapping screws
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Model 715 is wired in the following way: 1 A four-conductor No 22-AWG cable is needed to connect the control box to the lock You can bring electric current from the hinge side of the door frame to the door in two ways One, use the Armored Door Loop Model 271 by disconnecting one of the 271 end boxes and inserting the loose end of the armored cable into the 1 2-inch hole on the control box Secure it with the retaining clip Or, second, use a continuous conductor hinge with flying leads Connect one end of the 4-conductor cable to the control box terminal strip P2 and the other end of the cable to the lock terminal strip P3 The terminal strips are marked as follows: (1) SEN sence (2) EM electromagnet (3) +9 VDC (4) ground Note: Do not cross wires 3 Connect one end of an approved twin lead 18-2 cable to the terminal strip at Pl-1 and Pl-2, and then connect the other end of the cable to the 12 Vac 20VAC transformer provided Do not plug in the transformer at this time Connect one end of another approved twin lead 22-2 cable to the terminal strip at Pl-3 and Pl-4; connect the other end to the normally closed alarm relay contacts of either an approved supervised automatic fire-detection system or an approved supervised automatic sprinkler system Install the control box cover
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Before installing the lock cover, do the following: 1 2 3 4 For a continuous alarm, leave the black jumper plug on the terminal strip, as installed For a two-minute auto-alarm shutdown, remove the black jumper plug from the terminal strip Connect the 9-volt battery to its connector A short beep will sound, ensuring the 715 is powered and ready Plug the transformer into a continuous 115 AC volt source Note: The red pilot lamp on the control box is lit Open the door and install the lock cover with the four screws supplied
Testing
To test a Model 715: 1 Lock and unlock the door using the cylinder key Notice the small beep when the deadbolt is retracted, indicating a disarmed condition The door can be opened by pushing the push bar, after a 15-second wait, without causing an alarm Lock the door again and push the push bar Immediately the alarm will pulse loudly and the 715 latch will impede the opening of the door for approximately 15 seconds, and then remain unimpeded until it is manually reset with the key Or, if the continuous alarm was selected above, the piezo sounder will remain on for two minutes, and then reset In the event of a power failure, the impeding latch will be disabled, but the 9-volt battery will provide standby power for the alarm circuit Test this by disconnecting the transformer from the 115-volt source and pushing the push bar The door should now open immediately and the alarm should sound In the event of a fire panel alarm, the impeding latch will also be disabled Test this by disconnecting the wire going to the control box Pl-3 and pushing the push bar The door should open immediately and the alarm should sound
Test the battery by pushing and holding the test button on the control box and pushing the push bar to alarm the unit If the piezo sounder sounds weak or doesn t operate at all, replace the 9-volt battery
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