Schlage keyswitches feature a patented spring design allowing installers to field-configure momentary to maintained action in seconds. They operate with a 1-1/8” to 1-1/2” cylinder having a straight type cam.
Schlage request-to-exit push bars enable immediate egress when properly installed per local code. The 672 Series is designed for simple push bar activation of an electronic locking device, most commonly an electromagnetic lock.
Schlage request-to-exit push bars enable immediate egress when properly installed per local code. The 692 Series SmartBar™ features no moving parts for long life.
Schlage 700 Series pushbuttons are economical yet feature the durability of a stainless steel plate. A momentary switch and faceplate to cover a single gang box come standard.
Schlage door position switches (DPS) or magnetic switches are offered in 6 configurations to cover a range of installation needs.
Schlage emergency break-glass release products allow normally locked doors to function when emergency egress is needed.
Schlage heavy-duty armored door cords provide a simple and economic solution for transferring power from frame to door.
Electronic horns are used as a warning device that can be integrated into building management systems for general alarm purposes or connected to specific entries to signal an open door.
Schlage passive infrared motion sensors for request-to-exit applications are wall or ceiling mounted and designed for a adjustability of coverage area regardless of installation height.
Electrified cabinet and mortise deadbolt locks provide security solutions where standard electronic locking devices may not fit.