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Figure 8.3 Some Kaba locks fit Adams Rite narrow stile metal
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Figure 8.5 Micro-Kaba switch lock and keys. On the right is the lock with the core removed. The switch size (compare with coin) provides for a wide variety of uses with electrical and electronic circuitry. (Lori Corp.)
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Figure 8.6 Kaba standard mortise cylinders can be used on Adams Rite doors. (Lori Corp.)
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Figure 8.7 Cutaway view of a Kaba 20 cylinder. (Lori Corp.)
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Figure 8.7 shows the orientation of the two rows of side pins in a Kaba 20 cylinder. Notice that they are staggered much like the disc tumblers in some foreign car lock cylinders. There are two possible orientations of these staggered rows of side pins. Either row could start closer to the front of the cylinder. The opposite row would then start farther from the front. These two orientations are referred to as right- or left-hand. If the cylinder is viewed with the right side up, the hand of most Kaba designs is determined by the side whose row of pins begins farther from the front when viewing the face of the cylinder.
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If a key is to do its job and operate a cylinder, obviously the cuts must be in the same positions as the pins in the cylinder. That means there are two ways to drill dimples in the keys as well. To determine the hand of a Kaba key, view it as though it was hanging on your key board (Fig. 8.8). Notice that one row of cuts starts farther from the bow than the other. The row that starts farther from the bow determines the hand. If the row starting farther from the bow is on the left side, it is a left-hand key. If the row starting farther from the bow is on the right side, it is a right-hand key. Occasionally, you may find a Kaba key with both right- and left-hand cuts (Fig. 8.9). This key is called composite bitted. It is primarily used in maison key systems (a type of master key system).
Key reading. Determining the hand is the first step in key reading. Next, you need to know the order in which the various dimple positions are read. The positions are always read bow to tip beginning with the hand side. After the hand side comes the nonhand side, then the edge. Remember to go back
Figure 8.8 It s easy to determine the hand of a Kaba key. (Lori Corp.)
Figure 8.9 Examples of Kaba composite bitted keys. (Lori Corp.)
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to the bow to start each row (Fig. 8.10). For composite bitted keys, use a Kaba key gauge to help mark the cuts of both hands. All Kaba designs except Micro have four depths on the sides; Micro has three. Kaba s depths are numbered opposite from the way we would normally expect. Number 1 is the deepest and #4 is the shallowest. These depths can be read by eye with very little practice (Fig. 8.11). The increment for side depths of Kaba 8 and 14 is 0.0157 inch (0.4 mm). For Gemini, it is 0.0138 inch (0.35 mm). For the edges, reading is a bit different for the various Kaba designs. The Kaba key gauge is very useful for reading the edges. Find the section of the gauge that corresponds to the design of the Kaba key you re attempting to read (e.g., Kaba 8). Place the key under the gauge so it shows up through the edge slot. When the shoulder of the key hits the stop on the gauge, you re ready to read the positions of the cuts. Because of the nonstandard cylinder drilling for Kaba 8, the codes show two columns for the edge (Fig. 8.12). There are only two depth possibilities on the edge of Kaba 8 and Kaba 14: cut #2 and no-cut #4. The combinations in Fig.
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