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Figure 19.31 Various strike options for electric door openers used with deadbolt
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3/32"
15/8" 21/16"
3/32"
15/8" 21/16" 33/8" Keeper opening 31/4"
33/8" Keeper opening 31/4"
47/8" 41/8"
No. 12 flat head screw Door
15/8" Door
17/8"
Typical installation Typical installation
1/32" 1/32"
Figure 19.32 Technical specifications for two Trine door opener models that can be used with any manufacturer s lockset. (Trine Consumer Products Division, Square D Company)
Figure 19.33 Heavy-duty transfor-
mer for voltage conversion. (Trine Consumer Products Division, Square D Company)
Figure 19.34 Electrified key-inknob lock. (Alarm Lock Corporation)
Electrical Access and Exit Control Systems
Installing the electrified mortise lock
Mark the door and jamb (Fig. 19.35). Mark the horizontal centerline of the lock on both sides and the edge of the door. Mark the vertical centerline of the lock at the door edge and the vertical centerline on both sides of the door as measured from the door edge. Mortise the door for the lock case and front (Fig. 19.36). For the specific dimensions, refer to the installation template that comes with the lock unit. Drill the holes as indicated on the template as shown in Fig. 19.37. Caution: Check the lock for function, hand, and bevel before drilling. Mark and drill only those holes required for your function.
HEIGHT LINE
MARK FOR 1" HOLE ON HEIGHT LINE
BORE LATCH HOLE AND MORTISE FOR LATCH FRONT Figure 19.36 Bore and mortise for latch front. (Alarm Lock Corporation)
Figure 19.35 Marking the door for installation. (Alarm Lock Corporation)
Figure 19.37 Strike installation
details. (Alarm Lock Corporation)
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Remove the front plate and mount the lock in a mortised opening. Apply the trim (four trim variations are possible; see Figs. 19.38 through 19.41 at the end of the installation instructions). Apply the cylinder (using a minimum of four turns); then, fasten with the cylinder clamp screw. Replace the front plate. Caution: Check the cylinder and lock for proper function before closing the door. Install the strike (Fig. 19.37). Position the strike on the door jamb as shown. Mortise the jamb and apply the strike. When using a box strike, mortise deep enough to allow the latchbolt and deadbolt to fully extend.
Reversing the lock and bevel
At times, you might be required to replace or remove and reinstall and lock on another door. 1. Remove the cover from the lock. 2. Reverse the latchbolt and the auxiliary bolt. 3. Reverse the hubs. 4. To change the bevel, loosen the two screws on the top and bottom of the case. Adjust the proper bevel and tighten the screws. 5. Replace the cover. Be certain that all parts are in their proper place before fastening the exterior screws. Caution: When the hand of the lock is changed, make sure that the proper hand strike is also used. A left-hand lock requires a left-hand strike; a right-hand lock requires a right-hand strike. Figures 19.38 through 19.41 show the various trims available for this unit. Figure 19.38 shows the heavy-duty screwless trim; Fig. 19.39 shows the lever handle trim; Fig. 19.40 is the medium duty trim with a Glenwood escutcheon; and Fig. 19.41 is the lever handle trim with a Utica escutcheon. Electrified Knob Locks The electrified knob lock (Fig. 19.42) by the Alarm Lock Corp. is a heavy-duty lockset with a key bypass in the outside knob. It has a deadbolting latchbolt and stainless steel trim for long-lasting exterior or interior use against the elements. The inside knob is always free for exit. The outside knob is rigid to prevent entry except when the internal solenoid is energized, which releases the outside knob to retract the latchbolt and open the door. The electrified knob lock has a continuous duty solenoid that uses a 24-Vac power supply (360 milliamps).
Installation procedures
1. Mark the height line on the edge of the door 38 inches from the floor (this is the suggested height, which may vary according to individual needs).
Figure 19.38 Heavy-duty screwless trim. (Alarm Lock Corporation)
434 Figure 19.39 Lever handle trim. (Alarm Lock Corporation)
Figure 19.40 Medium-duty trim with the Glenwood escutcheon. (Alarm Lock Corporation) 435
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