Falcon EL1692NL-OP/HB-OP-30

Special Order Narrow Stile Concealed Vertical Rod Exit Device with Electric Latch Retraction

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SKU: EL1692NL-OP/HB-OP-30

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The design of the 1692 with night latch is ideal for ideal for demanding, moderate-traffic applications. The vertical rods and latch mechanisms are concealed in the vertical door stile, ensuring trouble-free operation.The EL feature allows for the remote unlatching of exit devices.

Because this is not a stock item we must order it specifically for you and we will be unable to accept a return unless the item is defective as determined by the factory it was bought from.

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Special order non stock item with 4 week lead time
  • EL- Electric latch retraction. The EL feature allows for the remote unlatching of exit devices. A control station operator can flip a switch to retract the latch bolt and immediately change an exit door to push-pull operation
  • The EL option requires One PS914-2RS power supply to power one or two EL devices.
  • Cylinder assembly, rim cylinder included. Optional pull required.
  • Field reversible, non-handed.
  • For aluminum and steel doors and frames.
  • 1 3⁄4" thick metal doors.
  • 7' standard door height,30" wide door.
  • Stile: 1-3/4" minimum.
  • ANSI: Certified ANSI A156.3 Grade 1.
  • Fasteners, all machine screw mounting.

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