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This is a dead-locking spring latch bolt. This means it has a dead latch mechanism, called a plunger, which slides in and out along its top side. When the door is closed, the strike plate presses in the plunger and prevents the latchbolt from opening independently of the handle. When properly installed, dead-locking latchbolts cannot be opened by sliding a credit card between the door and the door frame.
Spring latchbolts are normally extended when the door is ajar. As the door is closed, they come into contact with the strike plate. This pushes the spring latchbolt into a retracted position until the door lines up with the hole in the strike plate. Spring latchbolts can take quite a beating on heavy gates or doors that are slammed shut.
Lockey Spring Latchbolt Dimensions
|Height of Face Plate:||2-1/4 in|
|Width of Face Plate:||1 in|
|Length of Spring Latchbolt:||4 in|
|Diameter of Spring Latchbolt:||3/4 in|
A magnetic latchbolt has a small but quite strong magnet in the extended end of the latchbolt and another one in the special strike plate that comes with it. This type of latchbolt is normally retracted inside the lock until the door is closed and the latchbolt is lined up with the strike plate in the door frame. When everything lines up, the attraction between the two magnets pulls the latch bolt out of the door and into the strike plate box which latches and locks the door.
This type of latchbolt will hold up much better than a spring latchbolt on heavy doors and gates and in high traffic areas because it is retracted and is not hit each time the door is closed. The magnetic bolt is also a bit stronger than a spring latchbolt because it is a little longer and does not have a diagonally cut face. Instead, it is shaped more like a deadbolt.
Magnetic latchbolts are only available on the Lockey 1150 and 1600 Heavy-Duty Locks.
Lockey Magnetic Latchbolt Dimensions
|Height of Face Plate:||2-3/8 in|
|Width of Face Plate:||1 in|
|Total Length (when extended):||4 in|
|Diameter of Magnetic Latchbolt:||3/4 in|
Failure to follow the instructions could result in damage to your lock
so please read carefully.
Hold the outside body in the horizontal position.
Remove the 4 red screws. Carefully remove the plate, as there are many springs attached to it.
You must press in the C button from underneath until you have completed the code change, as it is impossible to lift out or insert the code tumblers if you don't. Forcing them will damage the lock.
There are blue tumblers (non-code) and red tumblers (code). Your code is made up from the red tumblers always prefixed by C to clear.
Never remove the C tumbler.
While continuing to press in the C button, using the tweezers provided, lift out the code / non code tumblers you wish to change.
When you re-insert the code/non code tumblers for your new code you must continue to press in the C button.
While pressing in the C button make sure that the colored top end of
the tumbler is facing upwards. Match the shape of the tumbler to the exact cut insert of the body.
The code is made up of the numbers which have the red tumblers inserted next to, this shows C2469X.
Remember the red tumblers are the code and the blue tumblers are non-code.
Using the tumblers provided you can change your code from a
3 digit number up to a 7 digit number, always prefixed by C to clear.
To increase, remove the blue and add the red.
To decrease, remove the red and add the blue.
If you insert a tumbler in the wrong position, press in the C button and lift the tumbler out.
When you have completed changing your code, release the C button and replace the plate carefully. Always test your new code before installing/re-installing your lock to the door.
|The finish on the exterior and interior sections of the lock are the same for all models except for the Lockey M213 Lock (which only comes in Satin Chrome on the inside). Finishes are subject to availability.
|All our locks are constructed of high-quality, alloyed steel, stainless steel, or brass component|
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The following options are available:
|The push/pull door handle is a wide flat piece of polished metal which provides a convenient place to grab onto to open the door. The push/pull door handle may be mounted as shown or "pointing" down. Push/pull handles are available for 2000 and 3000 series locks.
Number of Different Code Combinations
(for Lockey Mechanical Locks only)
|Lock||# of Digits
|Key Safe||0-9, A, B||No||4095|
|1150 & 1160||0-9, A, B||No||4095|
|1150DC & 1160DC||0-9, A, B||No||4095|
|115P & 160P||0-9, A, B||No||4095|
|2200||0-9, X, Y, Z||No||8191|
|2210||0-9, X, Y, Z||No||8191|
|2210DC||0-9, X, Y, Z||No||8191|
|2230||0-9, X, Y, Z||No||8191|
|2230DC||0-9, X, Y, Z||No||8191|
|2500||0-9, X, Y, Z||No||8191|
|2835||0-9, X, Z||No||4095|
|2835DC||0-9, X, Z||No||4095|
|285P||0-9, X, Z||No||4095|
|3210||0-9, X, Y, Z||No||8191|
|3210DC||0-9, X, Y, Z||No||8191|
|310P||0-9, X, Y, Z||No||8191|
|3230||0-9, X, Y, Z||No||8191|
|3230DC||0-9, X, Y, Z||No||8191|
|C-Series||0-9, A, B||No||4095|
|M-Series||0-9, A, B||No||4095|
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