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400 Deadlatch Series

The 400 Deadlatch Series is a pin tumbler lock designed for a variety of swing door applications such as inmate rooms, housing and dayroom perimeter doors, corridors, and exterior doors. The 400 offers three power options; solenoid, full cycle motor and half cycle motor operations.
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Description

⊡ Swing Door Lock

⊡ Pin Tumbler Cylinder Keying

⊡ Minimum / Medium Security

Power Variations

⊡ 24 VDC Solenoid - E

⊡ 24 VDC Full Cycle Motor - M

⊡ 24 VDC Half Cycle Motor - MC

Standard Features

⊡ 1” Throw Latchbolt

⊡ Deadlock Indicator Switch

⊡ Corrosive Resistant Parts

⊡ Fits Standard 2” Frame

⊡ Mortised Frame Mounting

⊡ Manual Key Release

⊡ Easy Wiring Field Plug

⊡ Five or Six Tumbler

Keying

⊡ Case Side

⊡ Cover Side

⊡ Both Sides

Operation

400E Operation 400M Operation 400MC Operation

Latch retracts by momentary switch action or latch may  remain  retracted by continuous duty solenoid.

 

Mechanical Holdback (Standard)

Once unlocked, the latchbolt  is held  retracted until the door opens. The latchbolt then projects and allows the door to be slammed and relocked.

 

Non-Holdback (Optional)

Latchbolt retracts only as long as power is applied to the solenoid.

Latch retracts by momentary switch action or latch may  remain  retracted by continuous duty motor.

 

Mechanical Holdback (Standard)

Once unlocked, the latchbolt is held retracted until the door opens. The latchbolt then projects and allows the door to be slammed and relocked.

 

Non-Holdback (Optional)

Latchbolt retracts only through the full cycle operation.

Latch retracts and remains retracted by first position of two- position switch. Latch projects for relocking by second position of two-position switch.

 

Non-Holdback (Standard)

Latchbolt retracts only through the full cycle operation or is held back through half cycle operation.

 

Mechanical Holdback (Optional)

Once unlocked, the latchbolt is held retracted until the door opens. The latchbolt then projects and allows the door to be slammed and relocked.

 

Optional Features

Local Electric Key (Optional)

Electrically unlocks  deadlatch by key at cylinder.

 

Cylinder Extension (Optional)

Extends cylinder through frame. Available in 3”, 5” or custom length.

Function

400E Function 400M Function 400MC Function

The 400E deadlatch is solenoid operated lock.  When the door in a locked closed condition, the latchbolt is deadlocked  preventing the latchbolt from being retracted. Once the solenoid is energized, the deadlatch is lifted and the latchbolt is allowed to retract, unlocking the lock.

 

The deadlock indicator switch provides monitoring of the deadlocked condition as well as the full projection of the latchbolt.  

 

When ordering, the lock needs to be specified as having “Mechanical Holdback”, which allows the bolt to be retracted until the door opens, or specified as “Non-Holdback”, which only holds the latchbolt back as long as the solenoid is energized.  

 

The lock may be unlocked for an extended period of time by use of a maintained-contact switch.

The 400M deadlatch is motor operated lock.  When the door in a locked closed condition, the latchbolt is deadlocked  preventing the latchbolt from being retracted. Once the motor is energized, the deadlatch is lifted and the latchbolt is allowed to retract, unlocking the lock.

 

The motor is equipped with  a motor switch that allows for  a full cycle operation. Full cycle (M) operation uses a momentary contact switch to rotate the motor 360 degrees and unlock the lock. Once the door  opens, the latch will project and the lock will return to a locked condition once the door is closed. Full cycle typically uses the “Mechanical Holdback” feature as described below.

 

The deadlock indicator switch provides monitoring of the deadlocked condition as well as the full projection of the latchbolt.

 

When ordering, the full cycle lock is usually specified as having “Mechanical Holdback”, which allows the bolt to be retracted until the door opens. 

The 400MC deadlatch is motor operated lock. When the door in a locked closed condition, the latchbolt is deadlocked  preventing the latchbolt from being retracted. Once the motor is energized, the deadlatch is lifted and the latchbolt is allowed to retract, unlocking the lock.

 

The motor is equipped with  a motor switch that allows for a half cycle operation. The half cycle (MC) operation uses a two position switch. The 1st switch position rotates the motor half way and unlocks the lock. The lock will remain unlocked until the 2nd switch position rotates the lock and returns to a locked condition with the latch projected, once the door is closed. Half cycle typically uses “Non-Holdback” as described below.

 

The deadlock indicator switch provides monitoring of the deadlocked condition as well as the full projection of the latchbolt.

 

The half cycle lock is usually specified as “Non-Holdback”, which holds the bolt back  only during the half cycle position.

Specifications

⊡ Solenoid - 24 VDC, 60 Hz

⊡ Full Cycle Motor - 24 VDC

⊡ Half Cycle Motor - 24 VDC

⊡ Key Cylinder - Pin Tumbler

⊡ Reinforced Backplate

⊡ Latchbolt - Stainless Steel w/ Hardened Pins

⊡ Deadlock Lever - Stainless Steel

⊡ Operating Lever - Stainless Steel

⊡ Springs - Stainless Steel

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