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Concealed mounting screw No. 8 R.H.
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No. S005 Mortise type for Schlage type (bored cylindrical) lock sets. 6" wire leads.
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No. 003 Narrow, surface type. For mounting in conjunction with rim type lock sets. 6" wire leads.
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Figure 19.20 Detail specification drawings for magnet coil units. (Trine Consumer Products Division, Square D Company)
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binding between the keeper and the bolt. Leave approximately 1 32 inch of free space between the keeper and the bolt. This is a simple installation, but the two strike wires must be attached securely by wire nuts to the supplied voltage lines. Be careful not to damage the wires when inserting the strike in the jamb cutout. This can be accomplished by hooking the wire outlet side under the jamb edge first, then pushing the other side of the strike in proper position.
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No. 6 F.H. screw
No. 005 Standard Mortise type. 6" wire leads.
No. 006 Standard surface type. 6" wire leads.
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No. 12 F.H. screw No. 6 F.H. screw No. 007 Mortise type for A.N.S.I. Standard strike cut-out (with modification of jamb). 6" wire leads. No. 004 Mortise type. For use with locks with dead bolts. 6" wire leads. Knock-outs top & bottom.
Figure 19.21 Specification details for high-intensity solenoid coil electric door opener units.
(Trine Consumer Products Division, Square D Company)
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Figure 19.22 Installation detail
for model 001 magnet coil unit. (Trine Consumer Products Division, Square D Company)
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Figure 19.23 Procedural details for a mounted door frame installation. (Trine Consumer Products Division, Square D Company)
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Low-voltage electric door opener circuitry
Figure 19.24 illustrates and provides specifics for audible (ac) operation, and Fig. 19.25 shows silent (dc) operation. While it seems impracticable, some businesses even use the automatic electric interlock type of circuitry for rooms that serve more than one consumer, such as a bathroom between two offices or separate businesses located in the same building. Figure 19.26 shows how the electric interlock works in such a situation. Such interlocks can also be used for air shower rooms, money counting rooms, x-ray and photographic rooms, radiation and biological labs, and other such installations.
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Figure 19.24 Low-voltage electrical circuit for an audible operation. (Trine Consumer Products Division, Square D Company)
Figure 19.25 Low-voltage circuitry for silent operation of
unit. (Trine Consumer Products Division, Square D Company)
In Fig. 19.26, the door opener is normally unlocked, but it becomes locked when energized. The door indicator lights (DL-1/DL-2) can be used if a visual signal is required. The opening of either door operates the door switch (a mortise-type, Trine 340, or surface-type, Trine model 316). It also activates the opposite unlocked door opener, locking the door. When the door shuts, the opposite door returns to the unlocked position. Say, for example, that the unit is used to lock a communicating bathroom. On entering the bathroom, the occupant turns the outer knob, unlocking the lockset.
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Figure 19.26 Automatic electric interlock for the operation of opposite side doors in an area ser-
vicing more than one user. (Trine Consumer Products Division, Square D Company)
To lock the bathroom s doors, the occupant closes both doors and operates the wall switch to locked position, illuminating both DL-2 door indicator lights and locking both doors. Operating the wall switch to the unlocked position turns off both door indicator lights and unlocks both the doors. After leaving the bathroom, the occupant presses the pushbutton in the lockset, preventing anyone from the adjoining room from entering the occupant s room. An emergency release is obtained by installing a pushbutton at each door, which will unlock its own door. This is only one type of situation where more than one door opener (always an RS type unit in such interlocking cases) is used. There are other instances where multiple door openers are required, each having its own pushbutton control switch and each one operated from the same power line. Figure 19.27 illustrates the wiring of multiple door openers. Electrical ratings for solenoids for fail-safe (continuous duty) and standard (intermittent duty only) units are in Fig. 19.28. Due to the remote control applications for electrical strike units, there can be a considerable distance between the strike location and the actual control for that particular strike. Figure 19.29 shows the minimum wire sizes required for standard and fail-safe electrical strike unit voltage at various distances.
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