Single Cylinder Grade 1 Deadbolt from the B-Series
Single Cylinder Deadbolt B250 Series
Single Cylinder Deadbolt B500 Series
Double Cylinder Grade 1 Deadbolt from the B-Series
Camelot Electronic Keypad Single Cylinder Deadbolt
Plymouth Electronic Keypad Single Cylinder Deadbolt
Single Cylinder Deadbolt B600 Series
Double Cylinder Deadbolt B250 Series
B500-Series Commercial Grade 2 Double Cylinder Keyed Entry Deadbolt
B500-Series Single Cylinder Grade 2 Classroom Deadbolt with Adjustable Backset
B600-Series Commercial Grade 1 Single Cylinder Deadbolt Less Small Format Interchangeable Core (Core Options Provided)
One Sided Deadbolt with Interior Blank Plate
Double Cylinder Deadbolt B600 Series
Single Cylinder Classroom Deadbolt B600 Series
One Sided Keyed Deadbolt Without Interior Trim
Single Sided Residential Deadbolt with Thumbturn and Outside Trim Plate from the B-Series
Camelot Touch Screen Electronic Keypad Deadbolt with Built-in Alarm and Nexia Home Intelligence
Century Touch Screen Electronic Keypad Deadbolt with Built-in Alarm and Nexia Home Intelligence
These are the series or collection names for various products as designated by the manufacturer; we suggest narrowing your search by manufacturer first unless you know the specific series name you are looking for.
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This is the measured height of the installed product.
This is the measured width of the installed product.
The measurement from the edge of the door to the center of the bore hole.
Some door hardware may require handing to fit your installation needs. You may see right, left or reversible in the handing field. To determine what handing you need begin by standing at the exterior of the door (for example: if this is a bathroom door, stand outside the bathroom). Locate your hinges. If your hinges are on the right, you need right handed hardware. If your hinges are on the left, you need left handed hardware.
A measurement of the physical thickness of the door. This is important when installing door hardware that is not fully adjustable to different thicknesses.
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