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Electronic Keyless Exit Trim Lock, Entry with Key Override, Satin Chrome, Series ETDLN
- Item # 24U114
- Mfr. Model # ETDLNS1G26DV99
- UNSPSC # 46171619
- Catalog Page # 2642
- Shipping Weight 9.9 lbs.
- Item Electronic Keyless Exit Trim Lock
- Function Entry with Key Override
- Access Method Proximity and Keypad
- Mounting Style Von Duprin Exit Devices
- Lock Material Zinc Alloy
- Finish Satin Chrome
- Series ETDLN
- Handle Type Lever
- Door Thickness 1-5/8" to 1-7/8"
- Key Override Options Schlage "C" Keyway (Included)
- Hand Nonhanded
- Number of Keys 12
- Power Source (5) AA Alkaline batteries
- Battery Life 100,000 Cycles
- Operating Temp. Range -31 Degrees to 151 Degrees F
- Max. User Codes 2000
- ADA Compliant Yes
- Grade 1
- Standards UL Listed
- Weather Resistant Yes
Compliance and Restrictions
Item # 24U115LOCDOWN
Price $2,858.00 / each
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