What We Do
What We Do
Founded in 1976, R.R. Brink Locking Systems, Inc.
specializes in the design and manufacture of high
security electromechanical and mechanical locks.
We offer a full line of products designed for
correctional institutions where remote control of cell
and corridor doors is often mandatory. Our reputation
has been established on product innovation, quality
workmanship and installed product back-up service.
While our principal market is detention facilities,
RRBLS door locking products are ideal where abuse
and attack resistance are of paramount concern.
Banks, casinos, museums, offices, and homeland
security installations use RRBLS products where
door access control systems require durable and
strong locks.
RRBLS encourages architects and specifiers to
consult our factory personnel for assistance with
the application and technical aspects of our products.
We design special mountings to adapt our locks for
retrofitting to an existing swinging door/frame.
We advise on the suitability of our sliding door
electric operating and/or locking mechanisms
to replace obsolete and worn installations.
R.R. Brink Locking Systems, Inc.
(RRBLS) warrants that products of
its manufacture only shall be without
material and workmanship defects of
factory origin. The effective period
of this warranty shall be the first date
of either eighteen (18) months from
the date of product shipment or twelve
(12) months from project turnover.
RRBLS, at its option, reserves the
right to repair, replace or return an
allegedly defective part or product
provided the customer or user
complies with the following:
1. Returned product(s) have been
stored, installed, maintained and
operated in accordance with RRBLS
recommendations. Their installation
has been in accordance with good
construction industry practices and
standards. (RRBLS does not warrant
against abusive use, willful damage,
or “Acts of God”)
2. Returned product(s) have not
been adjusted, altered, modified
or repaired without the consent
of RRBLS.
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3. Electrical components have been
operated only with the proper
polarity and rated voltage.
4. Obtain from an RRBLS in-house
customer service representative a
“return goods authorization number”
and ship the product(s) prepaid to
the address hereon.
Product(s) supplied by, but not
manufactured by, RRBLS carry
only the warranty expressed by
the manufacturer.
For out-of-warranty factory product
repair or part replacement, a “repair
order number” must be obtained from
an RRBLS in-house customer service
representative. Thereupon, ship the
item(s) prepaid along with a purchase
order authorizing the necessary work.
The attendant charge will be based
on expended labor and material.
If requested, a quotation will be issued
based on our assessment of the
product(s) condition.
A purchaser or user of an in-warranty
product manufactured by RRBLS
claiming a site repairable defect must
receive technical input and written
authorization from RRBLS before
proceeding with reimbursable work.
Without such authorization, RRBLS
shall not accept related backcharges
and shall void outstanding warranties
on the subject product.
This policy protects RRBLS against
inappropriate and unjustifiable
backcharges and disputes. It assures
the product user that remedial work
performed by others in the field
will not jeopardize the RRBLS
written warranty.
Door/frame drawings and wiring
diagrams must be issued by an RRBLS
in-house customer service representative on a per order basis only. Such
drawings and diagrams shall be
referenced to the assigned RRBLS
work order number. RRBLS assumes
no responsibility for door/frame
preparation or wiring inconsistencies
due to the use of drawings or diagrams
not referenced to an order. RRBLS
assumes responsibility for shipping
material according to drawings issued
for a specific work order.
RRBLS reserves the right to change
or modify door/frame preparation
drawings and wiring diagrams
without notice.
Warranty, 11-20-07
R.R. Brink Locking Systems, Inc.
Hand of Locks Reference Guide
When ordering RRBLS locks, please refer to this Reference Guide for proper designation of lock handing.
Jamb Mortise Mounted Electromechanical Locks (K1S or K2S)
RRBLS Lock Models 2020, 2050, 3020, 3520-300, 3520-600 Note: header mounted locks require opposite hand lock.
1-1
2-1
1-2 KCE
2-2 KCE
A
LHR
RHR
3-1 KCE
A
LHR*
A
RHR*
A
LH*
RH*
Keyed both sides
Keyed hinge side
4-1 KCE
Keyed stop side
Jamb Mounted to Frame Plate Electromechanical Locks (K1S)
RRBLS Lock Models 5022, 7052
5-1
6-1
7-1
8-1
7-1 KCE
8-1 KCE
A
LHR
RHR
LH**
RH**
A
LH*
RH*
Lock with Hinge Side
Removable Cover Plate
Lock with Stop Side Removable Cover
Plate and Cylinder Access Pocket
Lock with Stop Side Removable
Cover Plate and KCE Adapter
Keyed hinge side
Keyed stop side
Keyed stop side
Jamb Mounted to Frame Plate Electromechanical Locks (K2S)
RRBLS Lock Models 5026, 7056
5-2
6-2
LHR**
RHR**
Lock with Hinge Side Removable Cover
Plate and Cylinder Access Pocket
5-2 KCE
A
LHR*
6-2 KCE
Notes:
7-2
8-2
LH**
Lock with Stop Side Removable Cover
Plate and Cylinder Access Pocket
7-2 KCE
A
8-2 KCE
A
RHR*
Lock with Hinge Side Removable
Cover Plate and KCE Adapter
RH**
LH*
A
RH*
Lock with Stop Side Removable
Cover Plate and KCE Adapter
*Requires key cylinder
extension (KCE) adapter.
When ordering, provide
outside frame depth
(dimension “A”).
For explanation of KCE
adapter, see specific product
catalog page.
** The diagram depicts a stop
side key cylinder access
pocket that is custom
fabricated in the door frame.
R.R. Brink Locking Systems, Inc.
Hand of Locks Reference Guide
When ordering RRBLS locks, please refer to this Reference Guide for proper designation of lock handing.
Door Mounted Mortise Locks (K1S or K2S )
RRBLS Lock Models 1020, 1030, 1040, 1050, 1060
* LHR
15-1
* RHR
LHR
15-2
RHR
16-1
16-2
18-1
17-1
17-2
* LH
*RH
LH
RH
18-2
*Note: Shown keyed on the outside. Key side depends on lock function.
Lever Tumbler Locks with Mounting Plate Surface Attached to Hollow Metal Door (K1S or K2S)
RRBLS Lock Models 7010, 7060, 7060K, 7070, 7080
19-1
20-1
22-1
21-1
LH
LHR
RH
RHR
Hollow Metal Mounting Plate 1-1/4" Projection
Hollow Metal Mounting Plate 1/2" Projection
19-2
20-2
22-2
21-2
LH
LHR
RH
RHR
Hollow Metal Mounting Plate 1/2" Projection
Hollow Metal Mounting Plate 1-1/4" Projection
Sliding Door Locks
RRBLS Lock Models
5520
8055
23
7030
Corridor Side
7030D
57000
RH
Open
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LH
Open
Corridor Side
HOL, 01-22-16
Function Guide for
Motorized Locks
Models 3520-300, 3520-600,
5020M and 7050M
Available Lock Functions:
1 Maintained Switch Latch
Holdback (MSLH) – Standard
2 Momentary Contact Latch
Holdback – Mechanical (MCLH-M)
3 Momentary Contact Latch
Holdback – Electrical (MCLH-E)
4 Maintained Switch Latch
Holdback with Momentary
Contact Latch Holdback –
Electrical (MSLH/MCLH-E)
Special Comments:
1. Control functions are depicted with
maintained and/or momentary contact
mechanical switches. Computer logic
should match such operation.
2. With the 3020FSE, 5020S and 7050S
solenoid actuated locks, the MSLH
function is standard. The 2, 3, & 4
functions are optionally available.
3. With the 5520M and 5520S sliding door
locks, the MCLH-E function is standard.
The MSLH and MSLH/MCLH-E functions
are available. The MCLH-M function is
not available.
4. With functions 1, 3 & 4, manual key
operation retracts the latch only.
When the key is removed, the latch
spring returns to the projected position.
With function 2 key unlocking, the latch
remains retracted mechanically (i.e.
without power) until the door is opened.
5. A motor operated lock—with the
MSLH function—is recommended
over a solenoid actuated lock for
applications requiring that a door
be unlocked for a long time period
(e.g. a cell door during daytime).
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1
Maintained Switch
Latch Holdback
(specify MSLH)
With the maintained switch in “unlock”,
the motor powers the latch to the retracted
(unlocked) position. The latch remains
retracted mechanically (i.e. without power),
with the door open or closed, until the
switch is returned to “lock.” The latch is
then powered to the extended position and
the door can be closed for relocking. (a.k.a.
“half-cycle” function). This is the standard
function for all RRBLS swinging door
electric locks.
2
Momentary Contact Latch
Holdback—Mechanical
Two-position
maintained
contact switch
Alternating action
OR pushbutton switch
Lock
Unlock
Depressed = Unlocked
Recommended Lock Control Panel Switch Configuration
Momentary contact switch
(specify MCLH-M)
Momentary power (≤1 second) applied
to the motor retracts the latch where it
is held without power until the door is
moved open far enough to release the
auxiliary latch (a.k.a. deadlock trigger).
At this time, the latch is extended
mechanically and the door can be closed
for relocking. (Note: With this function,
upon electric unlocking the door must
be physically moved ajar before the
latch will project and allow for relocking.
See MCLH-E function for remote
relocking capability.)
3
Momentary Contact Latch
Holdback—Electrical
(specify MCLH-E)
Momentary power (≤1 second) applied
to the motor retracts the latch where it
is held without power until the door is
moved open far enough to release the
auxiliary latch (a.k.a. deadlock trigger).
At this time, the latch is extended
electrically and the door can be closed
for relocking. (Note: With this function
upon electric unlocking, the latch can be
projected to relock the door via a separate
switch at the control panel without
opening the door as required with the
“MCLH-M” function.)
4
Maintained Switch Latch Holdback
with Momentary Contact Latch
Holdback—Electrical
(specify MSLH/MCLH-E)
With a three – position switch, functions
1 and 3 can be combined into a single
control station.
Unlock
With momentary depression of switch, unit
will unlock and automatically reset for
slam-locking of door. Door must be opened
for the lock to reset.
Recommended Lock Control Panel Switch Configuration
Momentary
contact switch
Relock switch
With momentary depression of switch,
unit will unlock and automatically reset
for slam-locking of door. Unit may be
reset (relocked) without opening the door
by depressing the relock switch.
Recommended Lock Control Panel Switch Configuration
Momentary
contact switch
Relock
switch
Maintained
Unlock
Lock
Momentary
Unlock
MSLH and MCLH-E switch configurations
combined into a three-positioned
maintained–maintained–momentary switch
Recommended Lock Control Panel Switch Configuration
FGML, 08-30-13
Electric Strike – Mortise Mount
Model 4050 for lock with 1/2” latchbolt throw
Model 4075 for lock with 3/4” latchbolt throw
Application
The 4000 Series electric strikes are of
heavy, all stainless steel construction
that provides long term dependable and
secure service. They are appropriate for
use in commercial, institutional, industrial,
and residential buildings to provide
remote controlled door unlocking. The
4000 electric strike is installed typically
in a hollow metal door frame. It is used in
combination with a mortise* or cylindrical,
lock with a 1/2” or 3/4” latch throw.
R.R. Brink Locking Systems does not
recommend the use of our electric strike
within the secure perimeter areas of
detention facilities.
* Segmented type anti-friction latch
not recommended.
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4050 & 4075 Mortise Mount
.31"
Electric Strike – Mortise Mount
Model 4050 for lock with 1/2” latchbolt throw
Model 4075 for lock with 3/4” latchbolt throw
Standard Features
• Strong, corrosion resistant construction –
faceplate, mechanism case, deadlock lever,
switch tripper, and keeper made of investment
cast stainless steel. All other parts, i.e.
pins, plates, screws, and springs, are of
stainless steel.
• Non-handed, i.e. reversible.
• Field wiring to a quick disconnect plug.
• Interconnected internal switches serve to
indicate that the strike keeper is fixed (i.e.
locked) and the tripper in the keeper is
depressed (ordinarily this action is effected by
engagement of the door lock latch in the strike
keeper cavity). Barring manual depression of the
tripper, the latter two conditions are met when a
door is closed* and locked. This switch circuit
can be used to control door status lights, alarm
devices, and man traps (i.e. interlocks).
* For reliable indication of a closed door,
add a door position switch (DPS) to the
signal circuit – see our DPS catalog page.
• Fail secure mode, i.e. unlocks with power
applied, locks without power.
• Satin stainless steel faceplate finish (US32D,
ANSI 630).
• UL fire door accessory listing 10B (fail-secure
mode only),
Solenoid Operating Voltage Options
• 12, 24 and 120 VAC – use for intermittent
duty “fail-secure” unlocking. Alternating current
strikes can be configured to emit an audible
buzz upon unlocking – specify “buzz” mode
when ordering.
• 12, 24 and 120 VDC – use for continuous
“fail-secure” unlocking. Direct current strikes
afford silent operation. To achieve an audible
sound upon unlocking, add an external buzzer
to the power feed line.
Fail-safe Operation
• For applications requiring automatic unlocking
upon power failure. A fail-safe strike locks
with power and is provided with a direct current
solenoid to allow uninterrupted power. Specify
“fail-safe” mode when ordering.
9.00"
8.38"
1.75"
3.75"
B
A
12-24 x 1/2" phillips head
machine screws, (2 incl.)
.16"
UL Standard No. 1034 Burglary
Resistant Electric Locking
Mechanism – Pending
.69"
1.38"
C
UL fire door accessory listing 10B
(fail-secure mode only) – Pending
Dimension in inches
A
B
4050 1.63
.50
4075 2.00
.75
C
.69
.94
Note: Lock illustrations are for information only. Do not use for construction. Consult R.R. Brink Customer
Service Personnel for templates.
Ordering Information
Model
Description
4050
4075
For lock with 1/2” latchbolt throw – without deadbolt
For lock with 3/4” latchbolt throw – without deadbolt
Specify When Ordering:
1. Voltage – 12, 24 and 120 VAC or 12, 24, and 120 VDC
2. Fail-safe Operation (fail-secure standard)
3. “Buzz” for AC solenoid buzzer upon unlocking
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4000, 03-04
Minimum/Medium Security Automatic Deadlocking
Latch with Electric Knob/Lever Control – Heavy Stainless
Steel Construction – Hollow Metal Door Mortise Mounting
24VDC electric solenoid knob/lever control actuator – free spinning inactive
knob – latch retraction by key and active knob/lever
Standard Knobs and high
security mortise key cylinder
The conical shape of
the optional safety
knob prevents the
holding of a door
by grasping
the knob.
Safety Knob (optional)
1050 with
RRBLS mogul
cylinder
1050 shown with Lever Eskort,
and RRBLS Mogul cylinder
Application
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The Model 1050 is a deadlocking latch that
affords electric (solenoid actuated) remote control
of the knob/lever trim set. It is appropriate for
supervised minimum/medium security areas in
detention facilities such as passage and office
doors. RRBLS does not recommend the 1050 for
inmate cell doors.
One knob/lever can be electrically locked and
unlocked with the opposite either always active
or inactive. Also, both knobs/levers can be
electrically locked and unlocked simultaneously.
(See Lock Function section on the reverse of
this page.) An inactive knob spins freely to
prevent forcing. The optional Lever Eskort can be
substituted for the standard knobs. An internal
limit switch is standard to signal at the remote
control panel the dead-locked or unlocked status
of the latch.
The 1050 is available in two electric locking
modes — Fail Secure (FSE) and Fail Safe (FS).
With the FSE mode, the controlled knob or lever
is locked without power and unlocked with power
and, thus, would revert to the locked condition
in the event of a power failure. The FS mode is
the opposite of FSE, i.e. power is required for
locking and the controlled knob/lever unlocks
automatically upon power interruption.* The latch
can always be retracted by key.
Since the 1050 is door mounted, a through wire
electric transfer hinge or other flexible power
connection is required between the door frame
and the door.
*The 1050FS model is recommended only when automatic unlocking
upon a power failure is a requirement and frequent, momentary unlocking/
relocking is not the norm, (i.e. the opposite expectation from a normally locked,
high traffic corridor opening). In the case of a frequently repeated unlocked/
reclocked cycle, overheating of the DC solenoid coil can occur and cause power
loss and possible sluggish and unreliable relocking - however, this conditon
should normalize after a cool down period.
Standard Features
• Lock case, armor front, springs, and working parts
are made of stainless steel.
• Solid brass knob trim cannot be removed when
the door is in the closed and locked position –
all mounting screws are concealed. A locked or
inactive knob spins freely to prevent forced
breakage of the lock works.
• Stainless steel rotary movement latch with a full
3 ⁄4” throw.
• Stainless steel strike plate – synthetic coated for
reduced friction.
• Working parts made of copper alloy or stainless
steel.
• Solenoid – constant duty tubular type – 24VDC,
0.33 amp.
• Lock Status Switch (LSS) – Integral limit switch to
monitor latch status, (i.e. deadlocked or unlocked)
by lights, alarms, and/or other door condition
indicators. Commonly connected in combination
Lock Functions
•
•
•
•
•
501
A Active Knob/Lever – always operates the latchbolt
I Inactive Knob/Lever – functions as a door
pull only – free spinning
E Electrically Controlled Knob
1056 FSE 1050 keyed both sides – Fail Secure
1056 FS 1050 keyed both sides – Fail Safe
Keying Information
One key cylinder only required when specifying
501 or 502 lock functions. Fail secure mode locks
with functions 503, 504 and 505 should be keyed
on one or two sides so as to meet life safety
requirements in the event of power failure.
503
E
Inside
E
Outside
504
A
Inside
E
Outside
Inside
505
E
I
Example:
Model & Keying
1052 FSE
Keyed one side
1052 FS
Keyed one side
1056 FSE
Keyed both sides
1056 FS
Keyed both sides
2.750" Backset
E
Outside
A flexible wire
connection is required
between the door
and frame.
I
E
Outside
Inside
Ordering Information
Model
Description
1052 FSE 1050 keyed one side – Fail Secure
1052 FS 1050 keyed one side – Fail Safe
• Factory Key Cylinder (specify FKC and all keying
information) – High security mortise type with finish
matching lock face plate.
• Mogul Cylinder (specify MOG and all keying
information) – RRBLS six pin mogul cylinder.
• Lever Eskort (specify LE) – Enables the designer/
specifier to satisfy Americans with Disabilities Act
(ADA) accessibility requirements and impede
intentional, forced lever breakage.
• Rectifier (specify RC) – Attached to 24VDC
solenoid lead wires to permit use of 24VAC from
transformer.
• Safety Knob (specify SK) – Solid brass, conical
shaped knob serves to limit handgrip to prevent
holding a door closed. Specifically designed for jail/
prison sleeping room doors.
502
A
Latch retraction by key can be one or both sides.
To specify the lock function, determine the following :
(1) The “inside” and “outside” of the opening.
(2) The desired knob functions for the “inside” and
“outside” and choose the corresponding lock
function number (e.g. 1050-503).
(3) The hand of the lock (refer to “Hand of Locks
Reference Guide” for explanation of lock handing).
Optional Features
with a door position switch to give positive
indication that a door is in both the closed and
locked position.
Indication Module (specify IM) – Plug-in relay
module that serves to signal when an electrically
controlled knob/lever is unlocked (e.g. via a red
control panel pilot light that also indicates an
unlocked latch via the standard lock status
switch [LSS]). This feature provides an additional
sensor to the LSS for monitoring the
locked/unlocked status.
Fitted for mechanical operation via either RRBLS
proprietary “Mogul” or commercial key cylinder.
(Factory supplied key cylinder optional.)
Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head.
Exposed Faceplate Finish
Satin Stainless Steel – (ANSI 630, US32D)
Trim Finish
Satin Chrome on Brass (ANSI 626, US26D)
Outside
Inside
1052 FSE – 501 – MOG – LHR – US26D
Function
Optional Features
Hand of Lock
See the
"Lock Functions"
above for description
and function number.
See the
"Optional Features"
section above
for description
and symbol.
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
1.260" Door Opening
Key Cylinder
& Trim Finish
US26D
(standard)
S I N G LE - P O I N T
ST E
D
LI
1.250"
F
R
36G1
Installation – 1050
LO C
K O R L A T CH
UL listing is for a 3-hour
“A”-label fire door and is
applicable to model 1050.
4.50"
Note: This illustration is for information only. Do not
use for construction. Door and frame preparation
drawings and wiring schematics are available from
the factory.
.187"
4.000"
12-24 Screw, (2)
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Mounting Holes
for Standard Knob
.125"
8.010"
Door Opening
12-24 Tap, (4)
6-32 x 1/4" pinned
"Torx" head screws (4)
1050, 09-14-16
Electromechanical Deadlocking Bolt
Solenoid actuated operation to lock (Fail-safe) or to unlock (Fail-secure) a door. Designed
for hollow metal frame mounting. Available with a 3/4” throw stainless steel bolt.
Stainless steel strike plate coated for
reduced latchbolt wear
5/8” thick stainless steel bolt
2020 series – 3/4” throw,
Europrofile key cylinder option – EURO
Application
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• The 2020 series is ideal as an auxiliary or
override lock for access control in
secure areas of commercial, governmental, industrial, and institutional buildings.
• Available in “Fail-safe” (FS) (i.e. power to
lock) or “Fail-secure” (FSE) (i.e power to
unlock) modes.
• The “Fail-safe” version is commonly
used (with fire marshal approval) to
secure an emergency exit required to
have a panic exit device. For safety, the
2020 is connected to the building’s
fire detection system to effect automatic
unlocking during an emergency. Also, a
power failure would initiate unlocking.
• The 2020 has a 3/4” throw stainless
steel bolt and narrow lock depth allowing
mortise mounting in a standard (i.e. 2”
trim) hollow metal door frame or an architectural metal tube (e.g. borrowed light
frame mullion).
• Installation of the 2020 series is
architecturally unobtrusive and affords
superior impact and tamper resistance.
Note: Unlocking of the “Fail-safe” and
“Fail-secure” 2020 is by spring
return and solenoid, respectively. A side
force on the bolt will overcome these
actions and prevent bolt retraction.
Therefore, for proper operation, the bolt
must be free of side loads.
Electromechanical
Deadlocking Bolt
U.S. patent #4237711
Canadian patent #1110462
Great Britain patent #2014230
Solenoid actuated operation to lock (Failsafe) or to unlock (Fail-secure) a door.
Model 2020 mounts in a standard
hollow metal frame (i.e. 2” trim).
.937" Backset
1.510" Frame Opening
2020 series illustrated
Note: This illustration is for information only. Do not use for construction.
Door and frame preparation drawings
and wiring schematics are available
from the factory.
1.500"
1.625"
.187"
Standard Features
• Structural and locking parts are stainless steel
• Non-working parts and fasteners of copper alloy
or stainless steel
• 3/4” throw cast stainless steel bolt with two
(2) saw resistant inserts
• Maintained Switch Latch Holdback (MSLH)
function (see “Motor Lock Function Reference
Guide” for other functions).
• Lock status switch (LSS) trips when latch is in
deadlocked condition. Used in a signal circuit to
indicate lock status – unlocked or deadlocked –
via control panel lights and/or alarm devices.
The LSS is also used to control an electrical
interlock, which permits only one of a group of
doors to be unlocked at any time. Note: For positive, tamper resistant signaling of a closed and
deadlocked door, a sensitive door position
(DPS) switch must be wired in combination
with the LSS. Our DPS Models 201030 or
201090 are recommended.
• The stainless steel auxiliary (trigger) latch actuates a switch which, when the door is open,
serves to hold the bolt retracted and preclude
door closure on an extended bolt.
• Mechanical operation via customer supplied
standard commercial key cylinder with “Yale”
type cam. (Factory supplied key cylinder
optional.) For two sided, frame keying see
optional “key cylinder extension” (KCE).
• Plug connectors are provided for ease in wiring
and removal.
• 24VDC cylindrical type constant duty solenoid
with double wound coil – “Fail secure” (FSE)
pull type and “Fail safe” push type (FS).
• Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head
• Exposed Faceplate/ Strikeplate Finish
Satin Stainless Steel (ANSI 630, US32D)
12-24 Screw, (2)
4.000"
.125"
Frame Opening
9.510"
12-24 Tap, (4)
Optional Features
• FKC – Factory supplied high security key cylinder with a tapered, free-spinning, spring loaded
collar – two change keys/cylinder
• KCE – Stop (push) side key cylinder extension
extends working length of a
standard mortise key cylinder to adapt
to jamb depths within a
range of 4” to 9” (advise
jamb depth dimension). Customer supplied cylinders shall be factory fitted to each KCE. Special
fitting is required with non-Yale cam cylinders.
• EURO – Lock is adapted for key operation with
an Europrofile cylinder – available with 25mm
or 45mm backset.
• MLH – Mechanical latch holdback by key –
latch remains retracted with key removed –
available with single side keying and FSE mode
only – not available with EURO.
• RC – Rectifier with plug-in adapter permits
24VAC input
Consult with our technical service personnel
regarding custom applications such as retrofits
to existing lock installations and special
mounting situations.
Ordering Information – 2020 Electromechanical Series
Electrical Data
• Solenoid – Dual coil, continuous duty – 24VDC;
1.4 amp in-rush, 0.3 amp seated
• Lock Status Switch – 120/250VAC, 5 amp,
SPDT (Form C)
• Bolt Hold Back Switch – 120/250VAC, 10 amp,
SPDT (Form C)
Bolt
Model
Description
Key Cylinder Extension (KCE)
Throw
2022 2020 keyed one side Required if key cylinder is mounted on stop (push) side of frame
3/4”
2026 2020 keyed two sides Required on stop (push) side of frame
3/4”
Example:
Model
& Keying
®
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
2022
Keyed 1 side
2026
Keyed 2 sides
2022 – FSE – MSLH – FKC – LHR – US32D – Door Thickness
Mode
Function
FSE
Fail Secure
See our "Motor
Lock Function
Reference Guide"
for a full description
of available
lock functions.
FS
Fail Safe
Optional
Features
See above
descriptions
for symbol.
Hand of Lock
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
Faceplate
Finish
Door
Thickness
(Standard)
1-3/4"
or
2"
2020, 07-30-15
Electromechanical Automatic Deadlocking Latch
Electric 24VDC solenoid power and manual key unlocking. Designed to mount
in a standard 2” deep hollow metal frame face.
Stainless steel strike plate coated for
reduced latchbolt wear
Europrofile key cylinder option – EURO
Application
®
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
• The 3020 is ideal for access control in
secure areas of commercial, institutional,
governmental, and industrial buildings.
• Available in “Fail secure” (FSE)
(i.e. power to unlock) or “Fail safe” (FS)
(i.e. power to lock) modes.
• Commonly used in minimum/medium
security correctional facilities, the 3020
series provides remotely controlled
electric and manual key unlocking of
detention area sleeping room and exit
doors.
• The narrow depth of the 3020 allows
mortise mounting in a standard (i.e. 2”
trim) hollow metal door frame or an architectural metal tube (e.g. borrowed light frame mullion). The installation is
architecturally unobtrusive and affords
superior impact and tamper resistance.
• The 3020 is a higher security alternative
to an electric strike for access control.
• Impact tested to Security Grade 1 per
ASTM F1450 and F1577.
(Note: The 3020 is not recommended for
use in high security correctional locking
applications and/or where latch retraction
against a lateral load (e.g. leaning or
pulling on the door) is a priority requirement. See our narrow profile lock models
3520-300 and 3520-600 for greater latch
retraction force.)
Electric 24VDC solenoid power and manual
key unlocking. Designed to mount in a
standard 2” deep hollow metal frame face.
Standard Features
Electrical Data
• Solenoid – Dual coil, continuous duty – 24VDC;
1.4 amp in-rush, 0.3 amp seated
• Lock Status Switch – 120/250VAC, 5 amp, SPDT
(Form C)
Consult with our technical service personnel regarding custom applications such as retrofits to existing
lock installations and special mounting situations.
Note: This illustration is for
information only. Do not use
for construction. Door and
frame preparation drawings
and wiring schematics are
available from the factory.
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
.187”
12-24
Screw, (2)
4.000”
T RI C ALLY
E LE C
CONTROLLED
LI
ST E
F
R
36G2
S IN G
I NT
LO C L E - PO H
K OR L ATC
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
listing as a fire door accessory
applies to fail-secure mode
only. Listing is for a 3-hour
“A”-label fire door.
.125”
12-24 Tap, (4)
Optional Features
• FKC – Factory supplied high security key
cylinder with a tapered, free-spinning, spring
loaded collar – two change keys/cylinder
• MOG – Supplied with RRBLS proprietary 2”
diameter 6-pin cylinder. Model designation is
3620. Note: With this option, the lock requires
a 3” minimum frame face.
• EURO – Lock is adapted for key operation with
a Europrofile cylinder – available with 25mm or
45mm backset.
• KCE – Stop (push) side key cylinder
extension extends working length
of a standard mortise key
cylinder to adapt to jamb
depths within a range of 4” to 9” (advise jamb
depth dimension). Customer supplied cylinders
must be factory fitted to each KCE.
• Electrical Functions (with FSE mode)
MCLH-M, MCLH-E, and MSLH/MCLH-E –
(see notes 2 and 3 on “Motor Lock Function
Reference Guide” catalog sheet.)
• MLH – Mechanical latch holdback by key –
latch remains retracted with key removed –
available with single side keying and FSE mode
only – not available with EURO.
• CKS – Factory key cylinder modification and an
internal limit switch produce a key switch
feature which electrically actuates the lock by
one way only rotation of the change level key.
This feature can be rendered inoperative by
switch from a remote control panel. Mechanical
unlocking is by a master level key. This feature
is indicated when it is desirable to restrict
periods when key unlocking is possible, e.g.
building access or prison inmates who carry
a key to their cell.
• MKUS (Manual Key Unlock Switch) – An
internal limit switch is provided to signal the
occurrence of manual key unlocking. Available
with one or two side keying. A special RRBLS
cam is provided to replace the original with
customer supplied key cylinders. Can be used
in combination with the CKS feature.
• RC – Rectifier with plug-in adapter permits
24VAC input
Ordering Information – 3020 Solenoid Series
Model
3022
3026
Description
3020 keyed one side
3020 keyed two sides
Example:
®
Lock Depth
1.625” (3020)
2.750” (3620)
1.500” (3020)
2.250” (3620)
D
• Structural and locking parts are stainless steel.
• All other parts and fasteners are copper alloy
or stainless steel.
• A full 3/4” throw cast stainless steel latch with
two (2) saw resistant inserts.
• Maintained Switch Latch Holdback (MSLH)
function (For other available functions, see
catalog page “Function Guide for Motorized
Locks”, item 2 under “General Comments”.)
• Lock status switch (LSS) trips when latch is in
deadlocked condition. Used in a signal circuit to
indicate lock status – unlocked or deadlocked –
via control panel lights and/or alarm devices.
The LSS is also used to control an electrical
interlock which permits only one of a group of
doors to be unlocked electrically at any time.
Note: For positive, tamper resistant signaling of
a closed and deadlocked door, a sensitive door
position (DPS) switch must be wired in
combination with the LSS. Our DPS Models
201030 or 201090 are recommended.
• Mechanical operation via customer supplied
standard commercial key cylinder with “Yale”
type cam. (Factory supplied key cylinder
optional.) For stop (push) side frame keying see
optional “Key Cylinder Extension” (KCE).
• Plug (i.e. quick disconnect) connectors are
provided for ease in wiring and removal.
• 24VDC cylindrical type constant duty solenoid
with double wound coil – “Fail secure” (FSE)
pull type and “Fail Safe” (FS) push type.
• Exposed Fasteners – pinned “Torx” head
• Exposed Faceplate
Satin Stainless Steel – (ANSI 630, US32D)
1.510” Frame Opening
Backset
.937” (3020)
1.500” (3620)
9.510” Frame Opening
Electromechanical Automatic
Deadlocking Latch
U.S. patent #4237711
Canadian patent #1110462
Great Britain patent #2014230
Model
& Keying
3022
Keyed 1 side
3026
Keyed 2 sides
Key Cylinder Extension (KCE)
Required if key cylinder is mounted on stop (push) side of frame
Required on stop (push) side of frame
3022 – FSE – MSLH – FKC – LHR – US32D – Door Thickness
Mode
Function
FSE
Fail Secure
See our "Motor
Lock Function
Reference Guide"
for a full description
of available
lock functions.
FS
Fail Safe
Optional
Features
See above
descriptions
for symbol.
Hand of Lock
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
Faceplate
Finish
Door
Thickness
US32D (std),
for optional
metals/finishes, see
"Optional Features"
section above
1-3/4"
or
2"
3020, 02-27-17
Motorized Deadlocking Latch
Narrow profile, designed for metal frame mounting in a standard jamb/header
trim. The 24VDC motor drive retracts latch against side loads of 300 pounds.
Stainless steel strike plate coated for
reduced latchbolt wear
Europrofile key cylinder option – EURO
Application
®
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
• The 3520-300 is ideal for access control in
secure areas of commercial, institutional,
governmental, and industrial buildings.
• The 24VDC gearmotor facilitates remote
unlocking even when an abnormally high
300 pound side force is applied against
the latch.
• Available functions allow for electrical
latch retraction and extension from a
remote control point as well as manual
key unlocking at the door.
• This lock is commonly used in medium
security correctional facilities to provide
remotely controlled electric unlocking of detention area sleeping room and exit doors.
• The narrow depth of the 3520-300 permits mortise mounting in a standard (i.e. 2” trim) hollow metal door frame or an architectural metal tube (e.g.
borrowed light frame mullion).
• The 3520-300 is physically interchangeable
with the RRBLS solenoid powered Model
3020 and, subject to wiring requirements,
can be retrofitted to the latter.
• Installation of the 3520-300 is architecturally unobtrusive and affords superior
impact and tamper resistance.
• Impact tested to Security Grade 1 per
ASTM F1450 and F1577.
(Note: Not recommended for maximum
security detention applications.)
Narrow profile, designed for metal frame
mounting in a standard (i.e. 2” trim) jamb/
header. The 24VDC gearmotor drive retracts
the latch against side loads of 300 pounds.*
Standard Features
Electrical Data
• Gearmotor – Permanent magnet type – 1.0
ampere current limited at full load. Voltage must
be 24VDC, +5% -10%. A regulated power supply
is recommended for optimum performance.
• Lock Status Switch – 120/250VAC, 5 amp,
SPDT (Form C)
Consult with our technical service personnel regarding custom applications such as retrofits to existing
lock installations and special mounting situations.
12-24 Tap, (4)
1.500” (3520-300)
2.250” (3620-300)
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
1.625”
.187”
3520-300 with standard
cylinder shown
Note: This illustration is
for information only.
Do not use for
construction. Door and
frame preparation
drawings and wiring
schematics are available
from the factory.
12-24
Screw, (2)
4.000”
T RI CA LL Y
ELEC
CON T R OL L ED
LI
ST E
.125”
F
R
36G2
SI N G
I NT
LO C LE - P O H
K OR LAT C
Underwriters Laboratories,
Inc. listing as a fire door
accessory. Listing is for a
3-hour “A”-label fire door.
Optional Features
• FKC – Factory supplied high security key
cylinder with a tapered, free-spinning, spring
loaded collar – two change keys/cylinder
• MOG – Supplied with RRBLS proprietary 2”
diameter 6-pin cylinder. Model designation
is 3620-300. Note: With this option, the lock
requires a 3” minimum frame face.
• EURO – Lock is adapted for key operation with
a Europrofile cylinder – available with 25mm or
45mm backset.
• KCE – Stop (push) side key cylinder extension
extends working length of a standard or mogul
mortise key cylinder to
adapt to jamb depths within
a range of 4” to 9” (advise
jamb depth dimension).
Customer supplied cylinders
must be factory fitted to each KCE.
• MLH – Mechanical latch holdback by key –
latch remains retracted with key removed –
available with single side keying only – not
available with EURO or Mogul key cylinder.
• CKS – Factory key cylinder modification and an
internal limit switch produce a key switch
feature which electrically actuates the lock by
one way only rotation of the change level key.
This feature can be rendered inoperative by
switch from a remote control panel. Mechanical
unlocking is by a master level key. This feature
is indicated when it is desirable to restrict
periods when key unlocking is possible, e.g.
building access or prison inmates who carry
a key to their cell.
• MKUS (Manual Key Unlock Switch) – An
internal limit switch is provided to signal the
occurrence of manual key unlocking. Available
with one or two side keying. A special RRBLS
cam is provided to replace the original with
customer supplied key cylinders. Can be used
in combination with the CKS feature.
• RC – Rectifier with plug-in adapter permits
24VAC input
Ordering Information – 3520-300 Electromechanical Series
Model
3522-300
3526-300
Description
Key Cylinder Extension (KCE)
3520-300 keyed one side Required if key cylinder is mounted on stop (push) side of frame
3520-300 keyed two sides Required on stop (push) side of frame
Example:
®
1.510” Frame Opening
D
• Structural and locking parts are stainless steel
• All other parts and fasteners of copper alloy or
stainless steel
• A full 3/4” throw cast stainless steel latch with
two (2) saw resistant inserts.
• Maintained Switch Latch Holdback (MSLH)
function (see “Motor Lock Function Reference
Guide” for other functions).
• Lock status switch (LSS) trips when latch is in
deadlocked condition. Used in a signal circuit to
indicate lock status – unlocked or deadlocked –
via control panel lights and/or alarm devices.
The LSS is also used to control an electrical
interlock, which permits only one of a group of
doors to be unlocked at any time. Note: For
positive, tamper resistant signaling of a closed
and deadlocked door, a sensitive door position
(DPS) switch must be wired in combination
with the LSS. Our DPS Models 201030 or
201090 are recommended.
• Mechanical operation via customer supplied
standard commercial key cylinder with “Yale”
type cam. (Factory supplied key cylinder
optional.) For stop (push) side frame keying see
optional “key cylinder extension” (KCE).
• Plug connectors are provide for ease in wiring
and removal.
• Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head
• Exposed Faceplate
Satin Stainless Steel – (ANSI 630, US32D)
Backset
.937” (3520-300)
1.500” (3620-300)
9.510" Frame Opening
Motorized Automatic
Deadlocking Latch
U.S. patents #4237711 &
#5.566.991
Canadian patent #1110462
Great Britain patent #2014230
Model & Keying
3522-300
Keyed 1 side
3526-300
Keyed 2 sides
3522-300 – MSLH – FKC – LHR – US32D – Door Thickness
Function
Optional Features
See our
See the
"Motor Lock Function "Optional Features"
Reference Guide"
section above
for a full description of
for description
available lock functions.
and symbol.
Hand of Lock
Faceplate Finish
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
US32D or US4 (std),
for optional
metals/finishes, see
"Optional Features"
section above
Door
Thickness
1-3/4"
or
2"
3520-300, 022717
Motorized Deadlocking Latch with Mogul Key Cylinder
Narrow profile, designed for metal frame mounting in a 3" trim jamb/header.
The 24VDC motor drive retracts latch against side loads of 300 pounds.
Application
•The 3620-300 is ideal for access control in
secure areas of commercial, institutional,
governmental, and industrial buildings.
• The 24VDC gearmotor achieves remote
unlocking even when an abnormally high
300 pound side force is applied against
the latch.
• Available functions allow for electrical
latch retraction and extension from a
remote control point as well as manual
key unlocking at the door.
• Standard with RRBLS 2” diameter
detention grade Mogul cylinder. Workable
with 2” diameter builders’ hardware
brands. See ”Key Cylinders” catalog
page for elaboration.
• This lock is commonly used in medium
security correctional facilities to provide
remotely controlled electric unlocking
of detention area sleeping room and
exit doors.
(Note: Not recommended for maximum
security detention applications.)
Stainless steel
strike plate coated
for reduced
latchbolt wear
RRBLS Mogul Cylinder and Key Standard
®
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
7”
.43
2.125” Dia.
Hole
2.7
.218”
50”
10.510” Frame Opening
7”
Standard Features
1.5
5.000”
9.750”
00”
3”
Fac Mini
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0” ”
20 ing
1.5 Open
e
m
Fra
.76
Underwriters Laboratories,
Inc. listing as a fire door
accessory. Listing is for a
3-hour “A”-label fire door.
Optional Features
• KCE – Stop (push) side key cylinder extension
extends working length of a standard or mogul
mortise key cylinder to
adapt to jamb depths within
a range of 4” to 9” (advise
jamb depth dimension).
Customer supplied cylinders
must be factory fitted to each KCE.
00”
1.5
unlocking is by a master level key. This feature
is indicated when it is desirable to restrict
periods when key unlocking is possible, e.g.
building access or prison inmates who carry
a key to their cell.
• MKUS (Manual Key Unlock Switch) – An
internal limit switch is provided to signal the
occurrence of manual key unlocking. Available
with one or two side keying. A special RRBLS
cam is provided to replace the original with
customer supplied key cylinders. Can be used
in combination with the CKS feature.
• RC – Rectifier with plug-in adapter permits
24VAC input
Electrical Data
• CKS – Factory key cylinder modification and an
internal limit switch produce a key switch
feature which electrically actuates the lock by
one way only rotation of the change level key.
This feature can be rendered inoperative by
switch from a remote control panel. Mechanical
Consult with our technical service personnel regarding custom applications such as retrofits to existing
lock installations and special mounting situations.
Ordering Information – 3620-300 Electromechanical Series
• Gearmotor – Permanent magnet type – 1.0
ampere current limited at full load. Voltage must
be 24VDC, +5% -10%. A regulated power supply
is recommended for optimum performance.
• Lock Status Switch – 120/250VAC, 5 amp,
SPDT (Form C)
Model
3622-300
3626-300
Description
Key Cylinder Extension (KCE)
3620-300 keyed one side Required if key cylinder is mounted on stop (push) side of frame
3620-300 keyed two sides Required on stop (push) side of frame
Example:
®
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
10.500”
12-24 Tap (4)
D
• Structural and locking parts are stainless steel
• All other parts and fasteners of copper alloy or
stainless steel
• A full 3/4” throw cast stainless steel latch with
two (2) saw resistant inserts.
• Standard with RRBLS 2” diameter detention
grade Mogul cylinder. Workable with 2”
diameter builders’ hardware brands. See ”Key
Cylinders” catalog page for elaboration.
• Maintained Switch Latch Holdback (MSLH)
function (see “Motor Lock Function Reference
Guide” for other functions).
• Lock status switch (LSS) trips when latch is in
deadlocked condition. Used in a signal circuit to
indicate lock status – unlocked or deadlocked –
via control panel lights and/or alarm devices.
The LSS is also used to control an electrical
interlock, which permits only one of a group of
doors to be unlocked at any time. Note: For
positive, tamper resistant signaling of a closed
and deadlocked door, a sensitive door position
(DPS) switch must be wired in combination
with the LSS. Our DPS Models 201030 or
201090 are recommended.
• For stop (push) side frame keying see optional
“key cylinder extension” (KCE).
• Plug connectors are provided for ease in wiring
and removal.
• Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head
• Exposed Faceplate
Satin Stainless Steel – (ANSI 630, US32D)
.18
.385”
Narrow profile, designed for metal frame
mounting in a 3” trim jamb/header. The
24VDC gearmotor drive retracts the latch
against side loads of 300 pounds.
5”
.87
2.250”
Motorized Automatic Deadlocking
Latch with Mogul Key Cylinder
3620-300 with Mogul
cylinder shown
Note: This illustration is
for information only.
Do not use for
construction. Door and
frame preparation
drawings and wiring
schematics are available
from the factory.
Model & Key Code(s)
3622-300
Keyed 1 side
3626-300
Keyed 2 sides
3622-300 – MSLH – KCE – LHR – US32D – Door Thickness
Function
Optional Features
See our
See the
"Motor Lock Function "Optional Features"
Reference Guide"
section above
for a full description of
for description
available lock functions.
and symbol.
Hand of Lock
Faceplate Finish
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
US32D
Satin Stainless Steel
(ANSI 630)
Door
Thickness
1-3/4"
or
2"
3620-300, 022717
Motorized Deadlocking Latch
Narrow profile design for jamb/header mounting in standard hollow metal
frame. The 24VDC motor drive retracts latch against side loads of 600 pounds.
Model 3520-600 with Mogul Key Cylinder
Europrofile key cylinder option – EURO
Application
®
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
• The 3520-600 series is ideal for access
control in secure areas of commercial,
industrial, governmental, and institutional
buildings.
• The 24VDC gearmotor facilitates remote
unlocking even when an abnormally high
600 pound side force is applied against
the latch.
• Electrical functions allow for latch
retraction and projection from a remote
control point as well as manual key
unlocking at the door.
• Commonly used in medium security
correctional facilities to provide remotely
controlled electric unlocking of detention area sleeping room and exit doors.
• The narrow depth of the 3520-600
permits mortise mounting in a standard
(i.e. 2” trim) hollow metal door frame or an architectural metal tube (e.g.
borrowed light frame mullion).
• Impact tested to Security Grade 1 per
ASTM F1450 and F1577.
• Installation of the 3520-600 is architecturally unobtrusive and affords superior
impact and tamper resistance.
Narrow profile, designed for metal frame
mounting in a standard (i.e. 2” trim) jamb/
header. The 24VDC gearmotor drive retracts
latch against side loads of 600 pounds.*
Standard Features
Electrical Data
• Gearmotor – Permanent magnet type – 1.0
ampere current limited at full load. Voltage must
be 24VDC, +5% -10%. A regulated power supply
is recommended for optimum performance.
• Lock Status Switch – 120/250VAC, 5 amp,
SPDT (Form C)
Consult our technical service personnel regarding
custom applications such as retrofits to existing
lock installations and special mounting situations.
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
Lock Depth
1.688" (3520-600)
2.750" (3620-600)
1.500" (3520-600)
2.250" (3620-600)
.187"
3520-600 with standard
cylinder shown
Note: This illustration is for
information only. Do not use
for construction. Door and
frame preparation drawings
and wiring schematics are
available from the factory.
12-24
Screw, (2)
4.000"
.125"
T RI CA LL Y
ELEC
CON T R OL L ED
LI
Underwriters Laboratories,
Inc. listing as a fire door
accessory. Listing is for a
3-hour “A”-label fire door.
ST E
F
R
36G2
SI N G
I NT
LO C LE - P O H
K OR LAT C
Optional Features
• FKC – Factory supplied high security key cylinder with a tapered, free-spinning, spring loaded
collar – two change keys/cylinder.
• MOG – Supplied with RRBLS proprietary 2”
diameter 6-pin cylinder. Note: With this option,
the lock requires a 3” minimum frame face.
Model designation is 3620-600.
• EURO – Lock is adapted for key operation with
an Europrofile cylinder – available with 25mm
or 45mm backset.
• KCE – Stop (push) side key cylinder extension
extends working length of a standard or mogul
mortise key cylinder to adapt
to jamb depths within a
range of 4” to 9” (advise
jamb depth dimension).
Customer supplied cylinders
must be factory fitted to each KCE.
• MLH – Mechanical latch holdback by key –
latch remains retracted with key removed –
available with single side keying only – not
available with EURO or Mogul key cylinders.
• CKS – Factory key cylinder modification and an
internal limit switch produce a key switch feature which electrically actuates the lock by one
way only rotation of the change level key. This
feature can be rendered inoperative by switch
from a remote control panel. Mechanical unlocking is by a master level key. This feature is
indicated when it is desirable to restrict periods
when key unlocking is possible, e.g. building
access or prison inmates who carry a key to
their cell.
• MKUS (Manual Key Unlock Switch) – An
internal limit switch is provided to signal the
occurrence of manual key unlocking. Available
with one or two side keying. A special RRBLS
cam is provided to replace the original with
customer supplied key cylinders. Can be used
in combination with the CKS feature.
• RC – Rectifier with plug-in adapter permits
24VAC input
Ordering Information – 3520-600 Electromechanical Series
Model
3522-600
3526-600
Description
Key Cylinder Extension (KCE)
3520-600 keyed one side Required if key cylinder is mounted on stop (push) side of frame
3520-600 keyed two sides Required on stop (push) side of frame
Example:
®
1.635" Frame Opening
12-24 Tap, (4)
D
• Structural and locking parts are stainless steel.
• All other parts and fasteners are copper alloy or
stainless steel.
• 3/4” throw cast stainless steel latch with two
(2) saw resistant inserts.
• Maintained Switch Latch Holdback (MSLH)
function (see “Motor Lock Function Reference
Guide” for other functions).
• Lock status switch (LSS) trips when latch is in
deadlocked condition. Used in a signal circuit to
indicate lock status – unlocked or deadlocked –
via control panel lights and/or alarm devices.
The LSS is also used to control an electrical
interlock, which permits only one of a group of
doors to be unlocked at any time. Note: For
positive, tamper resistant signaling of a closed
and deadlocked door, a sensitive door position
(DPS) switch must be wired in combination
with the LSS. Our DPS Models 201023 or
201030 are recommended.
• Mechanical operation via customer supplied
standard commercial key cylinder with “Yale”
type cam. (Factory supplied key cylinder
optional.) For stop (push) side frame keying
see optional “Key Cylinder Extension” (KCE).
• Plug connectors for ease in wiring and removal.
• Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head
• Exposed Faceplate
Satin Stainless Steel – (ANSI 630, US32D)
Backset
.937" (3520-600)
1.500" (3620-600)
Frame Opening
12.510" (3520-600)
13.510" (3620-600)
Motorized Deadlocking Latch
U.S. patents #4237711 & #5.566.991
Canadian patent #1110462
Great Britain patent #2014230
Model & Keying
3522-600
Keyed 1 side
3526-600
Keyed 2 sides
3522-600 – MSLH – FKC – LHR – US32D – Door Thickness
Function
Optional Features
See our
See the
"Motor Lock Function "Optional Features"
Reference Guide"
section above
for a full description of
for description
available lock functions.
and symbol.
Hand of Lock
Faceplate Finish
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
US32D
Satin Stainless Steel
(ANSI 630)
Door
Thickness
1-3/4"
or
2"
3520-600, 022417
Motorized Deadlocking Latch with Mogul Key Cylinder
Narrow profile, designed for metal frame mounting in a 3" trim jamb/header.
The 24VDC motor drive retracts latch against side loads of 600 pounds.
Application
• The 3620-600 series is ideal for access
control in secure areas of commercial,
industrial, governmental, and institutional
buildings.
•The 24VDC motor facilitates remote
unlocking even when an abnormally high
600 pound side force is applied against
the latch.
• Electrical functions allow for latch
retraction and projection from a remote
control point as well as manual key
unlocking at the door.
• Standard with RRBLS 2” diameter
detention grade Mogul cylinder. Workable
with 2” diameter builders’ hardware
brands. See ”Key Cylinders” catalog
page for elaboration.
•Commonly used in medium security
correctional facilities to provide remotely
controlled electric unlocking of detention
area sleeping room and exit doors.
• Impact tested to Security Grade 1 per
ASTM F1450 and F1577.
•Installation of the 3620-600 is architecturally unobtrusive and affords superior
impact and tamper resistance.
Stainless steel
strike plate coated
for reduced
latchbolt wear
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
RRBLS Mogul Cylinder and Key Standard
7”
.43
2.125” Dia.
Hole
2.7
50”
Standard Features
Electrical Data
• Gearmotor – Permanent magnet type – 1.0
ampere current limited at full load. Voltage must
be 24VDC, +5% -10%. A regulated power supply
is recommended for optimum performance.
• Lock Status Switch – 120/250VAC, 5 amp,
SPDT (Form C)
Consult our technical service personnel regarding
custom applications such as retrofits to existing
lock installations and special mounting situations.
1.5
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
.218”
5.000”
12.750”
13.510” Frame Opening
7”
12-24 Tap (4)
3”
Fac Mini
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Underwriters Laboratories,
Inc. listing as a fire door
accessory. Listing is for a
3-hour “A”-label fire door.
Optional Features
• KCE – Stop (push) side key cylinder extension
extends working length of a standard or mogul
mortise key cylinder to adapt
to jamb depths within a
range of 4” to 9” (advise
jamb depth dimension).
Customer supplied cylinders
must be factory fitted to each KCE.
• CKS – Factory key cylinder modification and an
internal limit switch produce a key switch feature which electrically actuates the lock by one
way only rotation of the change level key. This
feature can be rendered inoperative by switch
from a remote control panel. Mechanical unlock-
ing is by a master level key. This feature is
indicated when it is desirable to restrict periods
when key unlocking is possible, e.g. building
access or prison inmates who carry a key to
their cell.
• MKUS (Manual Key Unlock Switch) – An
internal limit switch is provided to signal the
occurrence of manual key unlocking. Available
with one or two side keying. A special RRBLS
cam is provided to replace the original with
customer supplied key cylinders. Can be used
in combination with the CKS feature.
• RC – Rectifier with plug-in adapter permits
24VAC input
Ordering Information – 3620-600 Electromechanical Series
Model
3622-600
3626-600
Description
Key Cylinder Extension (KCE)
3620-600 keyed one side Required if key cylinder is mounted on stop (push) side of frame
3620-600 keyed two sides Required on stop (push) side of frame
Example:
®
.18
00”
D
• Structural and locking parts are stainless steel.
• All other parts and fasteners are copper alloy or
stainless steel.
• 3/4” throw cast stainless steel latch with two
(2) saw resistant inserts.
• Standard with RRBLS 2” diameter detention
grade Mogul cylinder. Workable with 2”
diameter builders’ hardware brands. See ”Key
Cylinders” catalog page for elaboration.
• Maintained Switch Latch Holdback (MSLH)
function (see “Motor Lock Function Reference
Guide” for other functions).
• Lock status switch (LSS) trips when latch is in
deadlocked condition. Used in a signal circuit to
indicate lock status – unlocked or deadlocked –
via control panel lights and/or alarm devices.
The LSS is also used to control an electrical
interlock, which permits only one of a group of
doors to be unlocked at any time. Note: For
positive, tamper resistant signaling of a closed
and deadlocked door, a sensitive door position
(DPS) switch must be wired in combination
with the LSS. Our DPS Models 201023 or
201030 are recommended.
• For stop (push) side frame keying see optional
“Key Cylinder Extension” (KCE).
• Plug connectors for ease in wiring and removal.
• Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head
• Exposed Faceplate
Satin Stainless Steel – (ANSI 630, US32D)
.380”
Narrow profile, designed for metal frame
mounting in a standard 3” trim jamb/ header.
The 24VDC motor drive retracts latch against
side loads of 600 pounds.
5”
.87
2.250”
Motorized Deadlocking Latch
with Mogul Key Cylinder
3620-600 with Mogul
cylinder shown
Note: This illustration is
for information only.
Do not use for
construction. Door and
frame preparation
drawings and wiring
schematics are available
from the factory.
Keying
Model & Key
Code(s)
3622-600
Keyed 1 side
3626-600
Keyed 2 sides
3622-600 – MSLH – KCE – LHR – US32D – Door Thickness
Function
Optional Features
See our
See the
"Motor Lock Function "Optional Features"
Reference Guide"
section above
for a full description of
for description
available lock functions.
and symbol.
Hand of Lock
Faceplate Finish
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
US32D
Satin Stainless Steel
(ANSI 630)
Door
Thickness
1-3/4"
or
2"
3620-600, 022717
Electromechanical Automatic Deadlocking Latch
High Security and Impact Resistant – 1” Throw
24 VDC or 120 VAC Motor Power and Manual Key Unlocking – Jamb Mounted
Hinge-Side (Pull)
Frame Mounting
Locate removable
cover plate on
non-secure side
of frame
Stop-Side (Push)
Frame Mounting
with KCE
Locate removable
cover plate on
non-secure side
of frame
Stop-Side (Push)
Frame Mounting
with Pocket
Cast stainless steel
strike plate
Locate
removable
cover plate on
non-secure side
of frame
Application
®
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
• The 5020M is widely used in medium
and maximum security detention facilities
for remotely controlled electric unlocking
of inmate room and passage doors.
• This lock is ideal as a component in
attack resistant security perimeters in
sensitive areas of commercial,
governmental, and industrial buildings.
• Electric unlocking is by either 24VDC or
120VAC motor. Latch retraction is quiet
and capable of overcoming abnormally
high side loads (e.g. someone leaning or
pulling on the door to prevent unlocking).
• Mechanical latch retraction by pin
tumbler key cylinder–commercial or
“Prison Mogul” types.
• The Model 5020M normally is jamb
mounted in a steel door frame (14 gauge
minimum) in a specially fabricated and
reinforced lock pocket (or mortar box).
• The lock mechanism can be accessed
without removal from the frame via an
access plate on the non-secure side of
the frame.
• Impact tested to Security Grade 1 per
ASTM F1450 and F1577.
• When used in exterior locations, moisture
proofing of the lock enclosure is essential
and an internal resistance heating strip is
recommended when the lock may be
subjected to extreme freezing conditions.
Electromechanical Automatic
Deadlocking Latch – 1” Throw
High Security / Impact Resistant
5022 M Illustrated
Typical hinge (pull) side mounting for a cell door.
Note: This illustration is for information only.
Do not use for construction. Door and frame
preparation drawings and wiring schematics
are available from the factory.
24 VDC or 120 VAC motor power and manual
key unlocking via standard or Mogul key
cylinder – jamb mounted
Standard Features
Electrical Data
• Motor – 24VDC, 1.0 amp or 120VAC, 3 amp
• Lock Status Switch – 125/250VAC, 5 amp, SPDT
(Form C)
CERTIFICATIONS
• The Model 5020M complies with all test
standards (Grade 1 where applicable) set forth
in ASTM F1577 – "Standard Test Methods for
Detention Locks for Swinging Doors.” Copies
of the independent third party testing laboratory
certification reports are available on request.
• Fire Rated to 3 Hour per UL10B.
9.00"
4.94"
Frame Preparation
3.50"
.50"
TRICALLY
ELEC
CONTROLLED
LI
STE
D
• Lock case and cover made of 10 gauge steel,
electroplated for corrosion resistance
• Beveled latch made of saw-resistant hardened
steel with a full 1” throw and 3/4” x 1-1/2”
cross section.
• Cast stainless steel strike plate.
• All internal parts are cast, fabricated or turned
stainless steel.
• Maintained Switch Latch Holdback (MSLH)
function (see “Function Guide for Motorized
Locks”)
• Lock status switch (LSS) trips when the latch is
in a deadlocked condition. Used in a signal
circuit to indicate lock status – unlocked or
deadlocked – via control panel lights and/or
alarm devices. The LSS is also used to control
an electrical interlock, which permits only one
of a group of doors to be unlocked electrically
at any time. Note: For positive, tamper resistant
signaling of a closed and deadlocked door, a
sensitive door position (DPS) switch must be
wired in combination with the LSS. Our DPS
Nos. 201023 or 201030 are recommended.
• Fitted for mechanical operation via either RRBLS
proprietary “Mogul” or user’s commercial key
cylinder. (Factory supplied commercial key cylinder optional.) For stop side only or both side
frame keying, the frame manufacturer must
provide stop (push) side cylinder access or
optional “key cylinder extension” (KCE). Key
cylinder(s) must be factory assembled in lock.
• Available cylinder finish –
Chrome (ANSI 626, US26D)
• Plug connectors are provided for ease in
wiring and removal.
• Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head
F
R
36G2
SING
INT
LOC LE-PO H
K OR LATC
Door Preparation
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. listing as a fire
door accessory. Listing is for a 3-hour “A”-label
fire door (UL-10B). Also UL listed as a “Burglary
Resistant Electric Locking Mechanisim” (UL-1034).
12-24 Screw, (4)
• CKS – An internal limit switch enables
Optional Features
• FKC – Factory supplied high security commercial
key cylinder with collar – two change keys/
cylinder
• MOG – Supplied with RRBLS Mogul proprietary
2” diameter 6-pin cylinder. UL listed locking
cylinder (UL-437). Keys are ordered separately.
• KCE – In lieu of a conventional stop
(push) side key cylinder access
opening in the frame, a key
cylinder extension extends
the working length of a
commercial or Mogul key cylinder to adapt to
outside jamb depths. This option applies to one
side stop or both side keying only. Customer
supplied cylinders must be factory fitted to each
KCE. (Jamb depth dimension required with order.)
electrical unlocking by one-way only rotation of
a change level key (factory cylinder modification
required). The change key unlock circuit can be
disabled at the lock control panel. Mechanical
unlocking is by a master level key. This feature
is used to select periods when change key
unlocking is permitted, e.g. by prison inmates
who carry a key to their cell.
• MKUS (Manual Key Unlock Switch) – An
internal limit switch is provided to signal the
occurrence of manual key unlocking. Available
with one or two side keying. A special RRBLS
cam is provided to replace the original with
customer supplied key cylinders. Can be used
in combination with the CKS feature.
•
TMS (Tamper Monitor Switch) - A limit switch that signals
(e.g. via light and/oor audible alarm) manipulation of the
lock’s auxiliary bolt (a.k.a roller bolt) when a door is ajar. The
purpose is to alert correctional officers to suspicious activity
at a door (e.g. lock abuse). Not available with MCLH-E
function.
Ordering Information 5020M – Motor Power Series
Model
5021M
5022M
5026M
Description
5020M keyed stop side only
5020M keyed hinge side only
5020M keyed both sides
Consult with our technical service personnel regarding
custom applications such as retrofits to existing lock
installations and special mounting situations.
Example: 5022 M – 24VDC – MSLH – MOG – RHR – Hinge-Side (PULL) – US26D
®
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
Model &
Keying
Voltage
24VDC
5021M
Keyed stop side 120VAC
5022M
Keyed hinge side
5026M
Keyed both sides
Optional Features
Key Cylinder
Hand of Lock
Removable
Finish
Cover Plate
See our
See the
See our
Frame Side
"Function Guide "Optional Features"
"Hand of Locks
US4 or US26D
for
section above
Reference Guide" Hinge-Side (PULL)
(standard)
for description
for description
Motorized Locks"
and symbol.
and symbol.
for a full description
Stop-Side (PUSH)
of available
lock functions.
5020M, 02-10-17
Function
Electromechanical Automatic Deadlocking Latch
High Security and Impact Resistant – 1” Throw
120VAC Solenoid Actuated and Manual Key Unlocking – Jamb Mounted
Hinge-Side (Pull)
Frame Mounting
Locate removable
cover plate on
non-secure side
of frame
Stop-Side (Push)
Frame Mounting
with KCE
Locate removable
cover plate on
non-secure side
of frame
Stop-Side (Push)
Frame Mounting
with Pocket
Cast stainless steel
strike plate
Locate
removable
cover plate on
non-secure side
of frame
Application
®
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
• The 5020S is widely used in medium and
maximum security detention facilities for
remotely controlled electric unlocking of
inmate room and passage doors.
• This lock is ideal as a component in
attack resistant security perimeters in
sensitive areas of commercial,
governmental, and industrial buildings.
• Electric unlocking is accomplished by a
120VAC solenoid actuator. Latch retraction
is quick and accompanied by a noticeable
clap sound.
• Mechanical latch retraction by pin tumbler
key cylinder–commercial or “Prison
Mogul” types.
• The Model 5020S normally is jamb
mounted in a steel door frame (14 gauge
minimum) in a specially fabricated and
reinforced lock pocket (or mortar box).
• The lock mechanism can be accessed
without removal from the frame via an
access plate on the non-secure side of
the frame.
• Impact tested to Security Grade 1 per
ASTM F1450 and F1577.
• When used in exterior locations, moisture
proofing of the lock enclosure is essential
and an internal resistance heating strip is
recommended when the lock may be
subjected to extreme freezing conditions.
Electromechanical Automatic
Deadlocking Latch – 1” Throw High
Security / Impact Resistant
120 VAC solenoid actuated and manual key
unlocking via standard or Mogul key cylinder –
jamb mounted
5022 S Illustrated
Typical hinge (pull) side mounting for a cell dooor.
Note: This illustration is for information only.
Do not use for construction. Door and frame
preparation drawings and wiring schematics
are available from the factory.
Standard Features
Electrical Data
• Solenoid – 120VAC – Laminate Design –
Intermittent Duty – 60Hz standard – 10 ampere
in-rush, 0.75 ampere seated.
NOTE: For applications utilizing 50Hz electrical
input, consult factory prior to order. The life cycle of
a 60Hz rated solenoid operated with 50Hz current is
shortened due to possible overheating. Therefore, a
non-standard 50Hz solenoid is recommended,
particularly for high usage applications.
• Lock Status Switch – 125/250VAC, 5 amp, SPDT
(Form C)
9.00"
Frame Preparation
4.94"
3.50"
.50"
TRICALLY
ELEC
CONTROLLED
LI
STE
D
• Lock case and cover made of 10 gauge steel,
electroplated for corrosion resistance
• Beveled latch made of saw-resistant hardened steel
with a full 1” throw and 3/4” x 1-1/2” cross section.
• Cast stainless steel strike plate.
• Working parts are high strength bronze or stainless
steel.
• Maintained Switch Latch Holdback (MSLH)
function (For other available functions, see catalog
page "Function Guide for Motorized Locks", item 2
under "General Comments".)
• Lock status switch (LSS) trips when the latch is in
a deadlocked condition. Used in a signal circuit to
indicate lock status – unlocked or deadlocked – via
control panel lights and/or alarm devices. The LSS
is also used to control an electrical interlock, which
permits only one of a group of doors to be unlocked
electrically at any time. Note: For positive, tamper
resistant signaling of a closed and deadlocked door,
a sensitive door position (DPS) switch must be
wired in combination with the LSS. Our DPS Nos.
201030 or 201090 are recommended.
• Fitted for mechanical operation via either RRBLS
proprietary “Mogul” or user’s commercial key
cylinder. (Factory supplied commercial key cylinder
optional.) For stop side only or both side frame
keying, the frame manufacturer must provide stop
(push) side cylinder access or optional “key cylinder
extension” (KCE). Key cylinder(s) must be factory
assembled in lock.
• Plug connectors are provided for ease in wiring and
removal.
• Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head
• Available cylinder finish –
Chrome (ANSI 626, US26D)
F
R
36G2
SING
INT
LOC LE-PO H
K OR LATC
Door Preparation
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. listing as a fire
door accessory. Listing is for a 3-hour “A”-label
fire door (UL-10B). Also UL listed as a “Burglary
Resistant Electric Locking Mechanism” (UL-1034).
Optional Features
• FKC – Factory supplied high commercial security
key cylinder with collar – two change keys/cylinder
• MOG – Supplied with RRBLS Mogul proprietary 2”
diameter 6-pin cylinder. UL listed locking cylinder
(UL-437). Keys are ordered separately.
• KCE – In lieu of a conventional
stop (push) side key cylinder
access opening in the frame,
a key cylinder extension
extends the working length
of a commercial or Mogul key cylinder to adapt
to outside jamb depths. This option applies to
one side stop or both side keying only. Customer
supplied cylinders must be factory fitted to each
KCE. (Jamb depth dimension required with order.)
12-24 Screw, (4)
• CKS – Factory key cylinder modification and
an internal limit switch produce a key switch
feature which electrically actuates the lock by oneway only rotation of the change level key. This
feature can be rendered inoperative by switch from
a remote control panel. Mechanical unlocking is by
a master key. This feature is indicated when it is
desirable to restrict periods when key unlocking is
possible, e.g. building access or prison inmates
who carry a key to their cell.
• Electrical Functions MCLH-M, MCLH-E, and
MSLH/MCLH-E – (see notes 2 and 3
on “Motor Lock Function Reference Guide” catalog
sheet.)
•
TMS (Tamper Monitor Switch) - A limit switch that signals
(e.g. via light and/oor audible alarm) manipulation of the
lock’s auxiliary bolt (a.k.a roller bolt) when a door is ajar. The
purpose is to alert correctional officers to suspicious activity
at a door (e.g. lock abuse). Not available with MCLH-E
function.
Ordering Information – 5020S Solenoid Actuated Series
Model
5021S
5022S
5026S
Description
5020S keyed stop side only
5020S keyed hinge side only
5020S keyed both sides
Consult with our technical service personnel regarding custom applications such as retrofits to existing
lock installations and special mounting situations.
Example: 5021 S – MSLH – KCE – LH – Stop-Side (PUSH) – US4
®
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
Model & Keying
5021S
Keyed stop side
5022S
Keyed hinge side
5026S
Keyed both sides
Function
Optional Features
See our "Motor
See the
Lock Function
"Optional Features"
Reference Guide"
section above
for a full description
for description
of available
and symbol.
lock functions.
Hand of Lock
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
Removable
Cover Plate
Frame Side
Hinge-Side (PULL)
Key Cylinder
Finish
US4 or US26D
(standard)
Stop-Side (PUSH)
5020S, 02-10-17
Electromechanical Automatic Deadlocking Bolt
High Security and Impact Resistant – 1” Throw
120VAC Solenoid Actuated and Manual Key Unlocking – Jamb Mounted
Hinge-Side (Pull)
Frame Mounting
Locate removable
cover plate on
non-secure side
of frame
Stop-Side (Push)
Frame Mounting
with KCE
Locate removable
cover plate on
non-secure side
of frame
Stop-Side (Push)
Frame Mounting
with Pocket
Cast stainless steel
strike plate
Application
®
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
• The 5020 EUKL is an electromechanical
deadbolt used primarily to secure
emergency exit doors which are normally locked.
• Unlocking can be initiated by a remotely
located switch and/or automatically (e.g.
actuation of a fire alarm). When unlocked
electrically, the 5020 EUKL must be
relocked manually by key at the door (i.e.
electric unlock, key lock). This feature
precludes inadvertant or intentional
locking of a means of egress during an
emergency situation.
• Electric unlocking is accomplished by a
120VAC solenoid actuator. Deadbolt
retraction is quick and accompanied by a noticeable clap sound.
Locate
removable
cover plate on
non-secure
side of frame
• Mechanical deadbolt retraction by pin
tumbler key cylinder – commercial or
“Prison Mogul” types.
• The Model 5020 EUKL normally is jamb
mounted in a steel door frame (14 gauge
minimum) in a specially fabricated and
reinforced lock pocket (or mortar box).
• Impact tested to Security Grade 1 per
ASTM F1450 and F1577.
• When used in exterior locations, moisture
proofing of the lock enclosure is essential
and an internal resistance heating strip is
recommended when the lock may be
subjected to extreme freezing conditions.
Electromechanical Automatic
Deadlocking Bolt ­– 1” Throw
High Security / Impact Resistant
5022 EUKL Illustrated
Typical hinge (pull) side mounting shown.
Note: This illustration is for information
only. Do not use for construction. Door and
frame preparation drawings and wiring
schematics are available from the factory.
120 VAC solenoid actuated and manual
key unlocking via standard or Mogul key
cylinder – jamb mounted
Standard Features
• Lock case and made cover of 10 gauge steel,
electroplated for corrosion resistance
• Bolt made of saw-resistant hardened steel with
a full 1” throw and 3/4” x 1-1/2” cross section.
• Cast stainless steel strike plate.
• Working parts are high strength bronze or
stainless steel.
• Lock status switch (LSS) trips when the bolt is
in a deadlocked condition. Used in a signal
circuit to indicate lock status – unlocked or
deadlocked – via control panel lights and/or
alarm devices. Note: For positive, tamper
resistant signaling of a closed and deadlocked
door, a sensitive door position (DPS) switch
must be wired in combination with the LSS. Our
DPS Nos. 201030 or 201090 are recommended.
• Fitted for mechanical operation via either RRBLS
proprietary “Mogul” or user’s commercial key
cylinder. (Factory supplied commercial key cylinder optional.) For stop side only or both side
frame keying, the frame manufacturer must
provide stop (push) side cylinder access or
optional “key cylinder extension” (KCE). Key
cylinder(s) must be factory assembled in lock.
• Available cylinder finishes – Satin Brass (ANSI
606, US4) or Chrome (ANSI 626, US26D)
• Plug connectors are provided for ease in wiring
and removal.
• Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head
Electrical Data
• Solenoid – 120VAC – 10 ampere in-rush, 0.75
ampere seated
• Lock Status Switch – 125/250VAC, 5 amp, SPDT
(Form C)
9.00"
Frame Preparation
4.94"
3.50"
.50"
Door Preparation
12-24 Screw, (4)
Optional Features
• FKC – Factory supplied high security
commercial key cylinder with collar – two
change keys/cylinder
• MOG – Supplied with RRBLS Mogul proprietary
2” diameter 6-pin cylinder. UL listed locking
cylinder (UL-437). Keys are ordered separately.
• KCE – In lieu of a conventional stop
(push) side key cylinder access
opening in the frame, a key
cylinder extension extends
the working length of a commercial or Mogul
key cylinder to adapt to outside jamb depths.
This option applies to one side stop or both side
keying only. Customer supplied cylinders must
be factory fitted to each KCE. (Jamb depth
dimension required with order.)
Ordering Information
5020 EUKL – Solenoid Actuated Series
Consult with our technical service personnel regarding custom applications such as retrofits to existing
lock installations and special mounting situations.
Model
5021EUKL
5022 EUKL
5026 EUKL
Description
5020 EUKL keyed stop side only
5020 EUKL keyed hinge side only
5020 EUKL keyed both sides
Example: 5026 EUKL – FKC – LHR – Hinge-Side (PULL) – US26D
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
Model & Keying
Optional Features
Hand of Lock
5021 EUKL
Keyed stop side
5022 EUKL
Keyedhingeside
5026 EUKL
Keyedbothsides
Seethe
"Optional Features"
section above
fordescription
andsymbol.
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
fordescription
andsymbol.
Removable Cover Plate
Frame Side
Key Cylinder
Finish
Hinge-Side (PULL)
US4 or US26D
(standard)
Stop-Side (PUSH)
5020 EUKL, 07-26-07
Electromechanical Automatic Deadlocking
Latch for Sliding Doors
Application
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
The 5520 can be custom mounted in
combination with our No. 57100 track,
hanger, and bottom guide set to provide
remotely controlled unlocking of existing
sliding door installations.
• The 5520 is a frame mounted, electrically actuated automatic deadlocking
latch for unlocking sliding doors. In
detention facilities, its use should be
restricted to medium security housing
for both new construction and for
retrofitting existing inmate cells where
remotely controlled unlocking is a life
safety requirement. Also, the 5520 is
appropriate for securing sliding doors in
commercial and governmental buildings.
• The standard 5520 (designation 5520M)
is actuated by a 120VAC motor (a
24VDC motor and 120VAC solenoid are
optional – designations 5520-M24 and
5520S, respectively). Motor operation
is quiet and produces higher torque
force than the solenoid, which features
fast action.
• The standard operating function for both
motor and solenoid actuated
models is “Momentary Contact Latch
Holdback – Electrical” (MCLH-E) (For
other available functions, see catalog
page “Function Guide for Motorized
Locks”, item 3 under “General
Comments”.) The MCLH-E function
utilizes a momentary contact control
panel switch that, when actuated,
causes the 5520 to unlock electrically
and remain unlocked until the door is
moved ajar. It is recommended that the
standard MCLH-E function be used only
in locations where surreptitious
deadlocking of the hook bolt by wedging
of the deadlock pin to a depressed
position is not a concern. Otherwise,
lock damage might result by slamming a
door against an immovable (i.e.
deadlocked) hook bolt. Where such
abuse is anticipated, the optional
“Maintained Switch Latch Holdback”
(MSLH) motor function is
recommended. With the MSLH
function, the 5520 hook bolt is actuated
by a maintained contact control panel
switch to the raised unlocked position
where it will remain (without power if
motor operated) until it is switched to
the lock mode. This MSLH function
precludes inflicting intentional damage
to the lock mechanism by slamming the
door against the hook bolt when the
latter has been deadlocked via stealth.
• Manual key unlocking is by a
commercial mortise key cylinder
supplied by either the end-user or the
factory or an RRBLS Mogul prison pin
tumbler cylinder.
Standard Features
• Mounting angles for frame attachment.
• Electric operation by motor (24VDC or 120VAC)
or 120VAC solenoid.
• Lock case made of 11 gauge steel, electroplated
for corrosion resistance.
• Latch of investment cast of stainless steel.
• Cast stainless steel strike plate.
• Working parts of stainless steel.
• Momentary Switch Latch Holdback - Electric
(MCLH-E) or Maintained Switch Latch Holdback
(MSLH) functions (see “Function Guide for
Motorized Locks” catalog page).
• Lock status switch (LSS) trips when the latch is
in a deadlocked condition. Used in a signal
circuit to indicate lock status – unlocked or
deadlocked – via control panel lights and/or
alarm devices. The LSS is also used to control
an electrical interlock, which permits only one
of a group of doors to be unlocked electrically
at any time. Note: For positive, tamper resistant
signaling of a closed and deadlocked door, a
sensitive door position (DPS) switch must be
wired in combination with the LSS.
• Fitted for mechanical operation via either RRBLS
proprietary “Mogul” or user’s commercial key
cylinder. (Factory supplied commercial key
cylinder optional.)
• Available cylinder and faceplate finishes –
Satin Brass (ANSI 606, US4) or Chrome (ANSI
626, US26D)
• Plug connectors are provided for ease of field
wiring and lock removal.
• Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head
Electromechanical Automatic Deadlocking Latch for Sliding Doors
Electrical Data
• Motor – 24VDC, 1.0 amp or 120VAC, 3 amp
• Solenoid – 120VAC, 10amp inrush, 1.2 amp
seated
• Lock Status Switch – 125/250VAC, 5 amp, SPDT
(Form C)
Optional Features
• FKC – Factory supplied high security commercial
key cylinder with collar – two change keys/
cylinder
• MOG – Supplied with RRBLS Mogul proprietary
2” diameter 6-pin cylinder. UL listed locking
cylinder (UL-437). Keys are ordered separately.
• MCS – Motor control switch allows 5520 to be
used in combination with a power door operator
where an unlocking and door moving delay
sequence is mandatory.
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
Note: This illustration is for information only.
Do not use for construction. Specifications are
subject to change without notice. Consult R.R.
Brink Technical Service Personnel for templates.
Strike plate is reversible to allow 3/8”
or 7/16” strike depth adjustment.
Ordering Information – 5520 Series
Model
5522M
5526M
5522-M24
5526-M24
5522S
5526S
Description
Motor power (120VAC) Motor power (120VAC) Motor power (24VDC) Motor power ( 24VDC) Solenoid power (120VAC) Solenoid power (120VAC) Keying
Keyed door front side only
Keyed both sides
Keyed door front side only
Keyed both sides
Keyed door front side only
Keyed both sides
Consult with our technical service personnel regarding custom
applications such as retrofits to existing lock installations and
special mounting situations.
5520, 09-19-07
Maximum Security, Heavy Duty Electromechanical
Deadlocking Latch For Swinging Doors
24 VDC or 120 VAC Motor Power and Paracentric Key Unlocking – Jamb Mounted
Hinge-side frame mounting,
keyed one side
Locate removable
cover plate on
non-secure side
of frame
Hinge-side frame
mounting, keyed
two sides
Locate removable
cover plate on
non-secure side of frame
Steel strike plate
is zinc-plated.
Stop-side frame mounting,
keyed two sides
with pocket
Paracentric
lever-tumbler key
Locate removable
cover plate on nonsecure side of frame
Application
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
• The 7050M motorized lock is an extra
heavy weight electromechanical lock for
use in openings subject to high traffic
and/or where maximum attack resistance
is a priority requirement. It is designed for jamb mounting in a grille or hollow
metal frame (14 gauge minimum) with a custom fabricated and reinforced lock
pocket (a.k.a. mortar box).
• The 7050M is recommended for remote
control of maximum security locations in
jails or prisons (e.g. cells, dayroom entries,
and sally ports) or in other building types
where openings in security perim-iters
must be equipped to withstand forced
attack and/or constant usage.
• Electrical retraction of the latchbolt is by
either a 24VDC or 120VAC gearmotor.
Motor actuation is indicated where
superior latch retraction force and quiet
operation are important to the application.
• Mechanical latch retraction is by is by
RRBLS paracentric key operation of an
enclosed lever tumbler lock.
• With a hollow metal frame, the lock
mechanism can be serviced with the lock
in the frame by removing an access plate
supplied by the frame manufacturer (see
illustrations above).
• When used in exterior locations, moisture
proofing of the lock enclosure is essential
and an internal resistance-heating strip is
recommended when the lock may be
subjected to extreme freezing conditions.
Maximum Security, Heavy Duty
Electromechanical Deadlocking
Latch ­For Swinging Doors
7052 M Illustrated
Hinge-side mounting. Keyed one side
24 VDC or 120 VAC motor power and
Paracentric key unlocking – jamb mounted
3.281"
9.00"
Standard Features
Electrical Data
• Motor – 24VDC, 1.0 amp or 120VAC, 3 amp
• Lock status switch – SPDT type, UL listed,
125/250 VAC, 5 amp.
13.375"
1.000" Bolt Projection
.750" Bolt Throw
Door Preparation
Certified by a nationally recognized
independent testing laboratory to meet
ASTM F1577-6.2- Impact Test Grade 1
TRICALLY
ELEC
CONTROLLED
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• Key unlocking at all times with an integral
R.R. Brink lever-tumbler lock.
• Lock case and cover made of 7 gauge steel,
electroplated for corrosion resistance
• Working parts are copper alloy or stainless
steel.
• Powerful and quiet 120VAC or 24VDC motor.
• A case hardened, zinc-plated steel latch (highly
resistant to wear and sawing) with a full 3/4"inch throw. 3/4" x 2" cross section at the locking
shear point.
• Electroplated steel roller bolt deadlocks latch.
• Maintained Switch Latch Holdback (MSLH)
function (see “Lock Function Reference Guide”)
• Lock status switch (LSS) trips when the latch is
in a deadlocked condition. Used in a signal
circuit to indicate lock status – unlocked or
deadlocked – via control panel lights and/or
alarm devices. The LSS is also used to control
an electrical interlock, which permits only one
of a group of doors to be unlocked electrically
at any time. Note: For positive, tamper resistant
signaling of a closed and deadlocked door, a
sensitive door position (DPS) switch must be
wired in combination with the LSS. Our DPS
Nos. 201030 or 201090 are recommended.
• Plug connectors are provided for ease in
wiring and removal.
• Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head
Frame Preparation
Note: This illustration is for information only.
Do not use for construction. Door and frame
preparation drawings and wiring schematics
are available from the factory.
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Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. listing as a fire
door accessory. Listing is for a 3-hour fire door
(UL-10B). Also UL listed as a “Burglary Resistant
Electric Locking Mechanism” (UL-1034).
Security Warning
With lever-tumbler locks keyed on two sides
(e.g. 7056M), it is important that the end user always
remove the key from a locked door. If the key is left
in the lock, for instance on the non-secure side to
facilitate frequent unlocking, the bolt can be retracted
from the opposite side by simply turning the cylinder
with a common tool. (e,g, screwdriver). This poses an
unacceptable and potentially dangerous security risk!
Optional Accessories
Custom Applications
• Prison paracentric key – order separately,
not included with lock
Consult with our technical service personnel regarding
custom applications such as retrofits to existing lock
installations, special mounting situations and
operational requirements.
• Custom bolt projection – consult factory
• Escutcheon – finish U.S. 32D or U.S. 4
• Cylinder Shield – finish U.S. 32D
Ordering Information
7050M – Motor Power Series
Model
7052M
7056M
Description
7050M keyed one side
7050M keyed both sides
Example:
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
7050 M – Hinge-Side – 24VDC – MSLH –
RHR
Model & Keying
Removable Cover Plate
Voltage
Function
Hand of Lock
7052M
Keyed one side
Hinge-Side
24VDC
Stop-Side
120VAC
See our
"Lock Function
Reference Guide"
for a full description of
available lock functions.
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
7056M
Keyed both sides
7050M, 02-18-11
Maximum Security, Heavy Duty Electromechanical
Deadlocking Latch For Swinging Doors
24 VDC or 120 VAC Motor Power – RRBLS Mogul Key Cylinder – Jamb Mounted
Secure Side
Removable Cover Plate
(by others)
7052MM
Secure Side
Removable Cover Plate
(by others)
7056MM
Steel strike plate
is zinc-plated.
Removable Cover Plate
(by others)
Mogul Key
Secure Side
7056MM
Application
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
• The 7050MM motorized lock is an extra
heavy weight electromechanical lock for
use in openings subject to high traffic
and/or where maximum attack resistance
is a priority requirement. It is designed
for jamb mounting in a grille or hollow
metal frame (14 gauge minimum) with
a custom fabricated and reinforced lock
pocket (a.k.a. mortar box).
• The 7050MM is recommended for remote
control of maximum security locations in
jails or prisons (e.g. cells, dayroom entries,
and sally ports) or in other building types
where openings in security perimiters
must be equipped to withstand forced
attack and/or constant usage.
• Electrical retraction of the latchbolt is by
either a 24VDC or 120VAC gearmotor.
Motor actuation is indicated where
superior latch retraction force and quiet
operation are important to the application.
• Mechanical latch retraction is by pin
tumbler RRBLS Mogul key cylinder.
• With a hollow metal frame, the lock
mechanism can be serviced with the lock
in the frame by removing an access plate
supplied by the frame manufacturer (see
illustrations above).
• When used in exterior locations, moisture
proofing of the lock enclosure is essential
and an internal resistance-heating strip is
recommended when the lock may be
subjected to extreme freezing conditions.
Maximum Security, Heavy Duty
Electromechanical Deadlocking
Latch ­For Swinging Doors
7052 MM Illustrated
Hinge-side mounting. Keyed one side
Note: This illustration is for information only.
Do not use for construction. Door and frame
preparation drawings and wiring schematics
are available from the factory.
Frame Preparation
24 VDC or 120 VAC Motor Power – RRBLS
Mogul Key Cylinder – Jamb Mounted
Standard Features
3.281"
• Key unlocking at all times with an RRBLS
Mogul key cylinder.
9.00"
• Lock case and cover made of 7 gauge steel,
electroplated for corrosion resistance
1.906"
• Working parts are copper alloy or stainless
steel.
13.375"
• Powerful and quiet 120VAC or 24VDC motor.
• A case hardened, zinc-plated steel latch (highly
resistant to wear and sawing) with a full
3/4”-inch throw. 3/4” x 2” cross section at
the locking shear point.
10.734"
• Electroplated steel roller bolt deadlocks latch.
• Maintained Switch Latch Holdback (MSLH)
function (see “Lock Function Reference Guide”)
• Lock status switch (LSS) trips when the latch
is in a deadlocked condition. Used in a signal
circuit to indicate lock status – unlocked or
deadlocked – via control panel lights and/or
alarm devices. The LSS is also used to control
an electrical interlock, which permits only one
of a group of doors to be unlocked electrically
at any time. Note: For positive, tamper resistant
signaling of a closed and deadlocked door, a
sensitive door position (DPS) switch must be
wired in combination with the LSS. Our DPS
Nos. 201030 or 201090 are recommended.
• Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head
Electrical Data
.750" Bolt Throw
Door Preparation
TRICALLY
ELEC
CONTROLLED
LI
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• Plug connectors are provided for ease in
wiring and removal.
1.000" Bolt Projection
R
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LOC LE-PO H
K OR LATC
Certified by a nationally recognized
independent testing laboratory to meet
ASTM F1577-6.2- Impact Test Grade 1
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. listing as a fire
door accessory. Listing is for a 3-hour fire door
(UL-10B). Also UL listed as a “Burglary Resistant
Electric Locking Mechanism” (UL-1034).
• Motor – 24VDC, 1.0 amp or 120VAC, 3 amp
Custom Applications
Optional Accessories
• Lock status switch – SPDT type, UL listed,
125/250 VAC, 5 amp.
Consult with our technical service personnel
regarding custom applications such as retrofits
to existing lock installations, special mounting
situations and operational requirements.
• Custom bolt projection – consult factory
Ordering Information
7050MM – Motor Power Series
ModelDescription
7052MM 7050MM keyed one side
7056MM 7050MM keyed both sides
Example:
®
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
Model & Key Code(s)
7052MM
Keyed one side
7056MM
Keyed both sides
7050MM – Hinge-Side – 24VDC – MSLH –
RHR
Removable Cover Plate
Voltage
Function
Hand of Lock
Hinge-Side
or
Stop-Side
24VDC
See our
"Lock Function
Reference Guide"
for a full description of
available lock functions.
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
120VAC
7050MM, 02-05-15
Maximum Security, Heavy Duty Electromechanical
Deadlocking Latch For Swinging Doors
120 VAC Solenoid Actuated and Paracentric Key Unlocking – Jamb Mounted
Hinge-side frame mounting,
keyed one side
Locate removable
cover plate on
non-secure side
of frame
Hinge-side frame
mounting, keyed
two sides
Locate removable
cover plate on
non-secure side of frame
Steel strike plate
is zinc-plated.
Stop-side frame mounting,
keyed two sides
with pocket
Paracentric
lever-tumbler key
Locate removable
cover plate on nonsecure side of frame
Application
®
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
• The 7050S solenoid actuated lock is an
extra heavy weight electromechanical
lock for use in openings subject to high
traffic and/or where maximum attack
resistance is a priority requirement. It is
designed for jamb mounting in a grille or
hollow metal frame (14 gauge minimum)
with a custom fabricated and reinforced
lock pocket (a.k.a. mortar box).
• The 7050S is recommended for remote
control of maximum security locations in
jails or prisons (e.g. cells, dayroom entries,
and sally ports) or in other building types
where openings in security perimiters
must be equipped to withstand forced
attack and/or constant usage.
• Electric unlocking is accomplished by
a 120 VAC solenoid actuator. Latch
retraction is snappy and accompanied by
a noticeable clap sound.
• Mechanical latch retraction by RRBLS
paracentric key/lever tumbler lock.
• With a hollow metal frame, the lock
mechanism can be serviced with the lock
in the frame by removing an access plate
supplied by the frame manufacturer (see
illustrations above).
• Impact tested to Security Grade 1 per
ASTM F1450 and F1577.
• When used in exterior locations, moisture
proofing of the lock enclosure is essential
and an internal resistance-heating strip is
recommended when the lock may be
subjected to freezing conditions.
Maximum Security, Heavy Duty
Electromechanical Deadlocking
Latch ­For Swinging Doors
7052 S Illustrated
Hinge-side mounting. Keyed one side
Frame Preparation
Note: This illustration is for information only.
Do not use for construction. Door and frame
preparation drawings and wiring schematics
are available from the factory.
120 VAC solenoid actuated and Paracentric
key unlocking – jamb mounted
3.281"
Standard Features
Electrical Data
• Solenoid – 120VAC – Laminate Design –
Intermittent Duty – 60Hz standard – 10 ampere
in-rush, 0.75 ampere seated.
NOTE: For applications utilizing 50Hz electrical
input, consult factory prior to order. The life
cycle of a 60Hz rated solenoid operated with
50Hz current is shortened due to possible
overheating. Therefore, a non-standard 50Hz
solenoid is recommended, particularly for high
usage applications.
• Lock Status Switch – 125/250VAC, 5 amp, SPDT
(Form C)
9.00"
13.375"
1.000" Bolt Projection
.750" Bolt Throw
Door Preparation
TRICALLY
ELEC
CONTROLLED
LI
STE
D
• Key unlocking at all times with an integral
R.R. Brink lever-tumbler lock.
• Lock case and cover made of 7 gauge steel,
electroplated for corrosion resistance
• Working parts are of high strength bronze or
stainless steel.
• A case hardened, zinc-plated steel latch (highly
resistant to wear and sawing) with a full 3/4"inch throw. 3/4" x 2" cross section at the locking
shear point.
• Electroplated steel roller bolt deadlocks latch.
• Maintained Switch Latch Holdback (MSLH)
function (For other available functions, see
catalog page "Function Guide for Motorized
Locks", item 2 under "General Comments".)
• Lock status switch (LSS) trips when the latch
is in a deadlocked condition. Used in a signal
circuit to indicate lock status – unlocked or
deadlocked – via control panel lights and/or
alarm devices. The LSS is also used to control
an electrical interlock, which permits only one
of a group of doors to be unlocked electrically
at any time. Note: For positive, tamper resistant
signaling of a closed and deadlocked door, a
sensitive door position (DPS) switch must be
wired in combination with the LSS. Our DPS
Nos. 201030 or 201090 are recommended.
• Plug connectors are provided for ease in
wiring and removal.
• Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head
R
F
36G2
SING
INT
LOC LE-PO H
K OR LATC
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. listing as a fire
door accessory. Listing is for a 3-hour “A”-label
fire door (UL-10B). Also UL listed as a “Burglary
Resistant Electric Locking Mechanism” (UL-1034).
Optional Accessories
Custom Applications
• Prison paracentric key – order separately,
not included with lock
Consult with our technical service personnel regarding
custom applications such as retrofits to existing lock
installations, special mounting situations and
operational requirements.
• Custom bolt projection – consult factory
• Escutcheon – finish U.S. 32D
• Cylinder Shield – finish U.S. 32D
Ordering Information
7050S – Solenoid Actuated Series
ModelDescription
7052S
7050S keyed one side
7056S
7050S keyed both sides
Example:
®
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
7050 S
– Hinge-Side – 120VAC x 60Hz – MSLH – RHR
Model & Keying
Removable Cover Plate
7052 S
Keyed one side
Hinge-Side
or
Stop-Side
7056 S
Keyed both sides
Standard Voltage
Function
Hand of Lock
See our
"Lock Function
Reference Guide"
for a full description of
available lock functions.
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
7050S, 02-04-15
Maximum Security, Heavy Duty Electromechanical
Deadlocking Latch For Swinging Doors
120 VAC Solenoid Actuated – RRBLS Mogul Key Cylinder – Jamb Mounted
Secure Side
Removable Cover Plate
(by others)
7052SM
Secure Side
Removable Cover Plate
(by others)
7056SM
Steel strike plate
is zinc-plated.
Removable Cover Plate
(by others)
Mogul Key
Secure Side
7056SM
Application
®
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
• The 7050SM solenoid actuated lock is an
extra heavy weight electromechanical
lock for use in openings subject to high
traffic and/or where maximum attack
resistance is a priority requirement. It is
designed for jamb mounting in a grille or
hollow metal frame (14 gauge minimum)
with a custom fabricated and reinforced
lock pocket (a.k.a. mortar box).
• The 7050SM is recommended for remote
control of maximum security locations in
jails or prisons (e.g. cells, dayroom entries,
and sally ports) or in other building types
where openings in security perimiters
must be equipped to withstand forced
attack and/or constant usage.
• Electric unlocking is accomplished by
a 120 VAC solenoid actuator. Latch
retraction is snappy and accompanied by
a noticeable clap sound.
• Mechanical latch retraction is by pin
tumbler RRBLS Mogul key cylinder.
• With a hollow metal frame, the lock
mechanism can be serviced with the lock
in the frame by removing an access plate
supplied by the frame manufacturer (see
illustrations above).
• When used in exterior locations, moisture
proofing of the lock enclosure is essential
and an internal resistance-heating strip is
recommended when the lock may be
subjected to extreme freezing conditions.
Maximum Security, Heavy Duty
Electromechanical Deadlocking
Latch ­For Swinging Doors
7052SM Illustrated
Hinge-side mounting. Keyed one side
Note: This illustration is for information only.
Do not use for construction. Door and frame
preparation drawings and wiring schematics
are available from the factory.
Frame Preparation
120 VAC Solenoid Actuated – RRBLS Mogul
Key Cylinder – Jamb Mounted
Standard Features
3.281"
• Key unlocking at all times with an RRBLS
Mogul key cylinder.
9.00"
• Lock case and cover made of 7 gauge steel,
electroplated for corrosion resistance
1.906"
• Working parts are copper alloy or stainless
steel.
13.375"
• A case hardened, zinc-plated steel latch (highly
resistant to wear and sawing) with a full
3/4”-inch throw. 3/4” x 2” cross section at
the locking shear point.
10.734"
• Electroplated steel roller bolt deadlocks latch.
• Maintained Switch Latch Holdback (MSLH)
function (see “Lock Function Reference Guide”)
• Lock status switch (LSS) trips when the latch
is in a deadlocked condition. Used in a signal
circuit to indicate lock status – unlocked or
deadlocked – via control panel lights and/or
alarm devices. The LSS is also used to control
an electrical interlock, which permits only one
of a group of doors to be unlocked electrically
at any time. Note: For positive, tamper resistant
signaling of a closed and deadlocked door, a
sensitive door position (DPS) switch must be
wired in combination with the LSS. Our DPS
Nos. 201030 or 201090 are recommended.
• Plug connectors are provided for ease in
wiring and removal.
.750" Bolt Throw
Door Preparation
TRICALLY
ELEC
CONTROLLED
LI
STE
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• Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head
1.000" Bolt Projection
R
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36G2
Electrical Data
• Solenoid – 120VAC – Laminate Design –
Intermittent Duty – 60Hz standard – 10 ampere
in-rush, 0.75 ampere seated
NOTE: For applications utilizing 50Hz electrical
input, consult factory prior to order. The life
cycle of a 60Hz rated solenoid operated with
50Hz current is shortened due to possible
overheating. Therefore, a non-standard 50Hz
solenoid is recommended, particularly for high
usage applications.
• Lock status switch – SPDT type, UL listed,
125/250 VAC, 5 amp.
SING
INT
LOC LE-PO H
K OR LATC
Custom Applications
Optional Accessories
Consult with our technical service personnel
regarding custom applications such as retrofits
to existing lock installations, special mounting
situations and operational requirements.
• Custom bolt projection – consult factory
Ordering Information
7050MS – Solenoid Actuated Series
ModelDescription
7052SM
7050SM keyed one side
7056SM
7050SM keyed both sides
Example:
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
Certified by a nationally recognized
independent testing laboratory to meet
ASTM F1577-6.2- Impact Test Grade 1
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. listing as a fire
door accessory. Listing is for a 3-hour fire door
(UL-10B). Also UL listed as a “Burglary Resistant
Electric Locking Mechanism” (UL-1034).
7050SM – Hinge-Side – 120VAC x 60Hz – MSLH – RHR
Model & Key Code(s)
Removable Cover Plate
7052SM
Keyed one side
Hinge-Side
or
Stop-Side
7056SM
Keyed both sides
Standard Voltage
Function
Hand of Lock
See our
"Lock Function
Reference Guide"
for a full description of
available lock functions.
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
7050SM, 02-05-15
Extra Heavy Duty Construction – Latch and Deadbolt
with Mogul Key Cylinder and Lever Eskort or Knob Trim
5 ⁄ 8” Latch Throw – 1” Deadbolt Throw – Stainless Steel Construction
Security Knob trim available
Safety Knob (optional)
The conical shape of the optional safety
knob prevents holding a door closed by
grasping the knob.
Stainless steel
strike plate
1020/1030 combination deadbolt and deadlocking latch shown
with R.R. Brink Mogul key cylinder, and Lever Eskort
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
The 1020/1030 series of Mogul key and Lever
Eskort or knob operated deadlocking latch/
deadbolt is ideal for use in detention institutions
as well as commercial, government, and industrial
buildings for utmost physical security. The largescale design accommodates an oversized latch and
deadbolt plus the RRBLS proprietary Mogul key
cylinder. These institutional grade construction
features and tamper resistant fittings afford
exceptional structural strength to impede forced
and surrep-titious entry. The 1020/1030 meets
ASTM F1450 and F1577 impact test requirements
as certified by an independent testing laboratory.
Model 1020 Application – Appropriate for
locking hollow metal doors in secure perimeters
and/or high usage openings in all building types.
A function is available to suit most passage
requirements. (See lock function selection chart.)
Model 1030 Application – A special purpose
lock ideal for minimum/medium security correctional facilities, work release housing occupancies,
or psychiatric wards where inmates or patients
are free to egress and ingress their rooms with
deadlatch safeguarding of personal belongings
while away. The occupant is issued a change key
to his/her room lock which operates the latchbolt
only for ingress. An outside lever eskort or freespinning knob serves as a pull. The matching
inside lever eskort/knob is active to retract the
latch for egress. The deadbolt is operated only by a
master key carried by the attendant/correctional
officer. The master key can override the occupants
key and the room side active knob when free
movement is to be denied (e.g. lockdown period).
The master key will also retract the latchbolt to
permit entry.
Construction Specification
Trim (Specify)
Standard Finishes
•5 ⁄ 8” throw latch
•1” throw deadbolt
•Cast stainless steel armor front – 1 ⁄ 2” thick
•Cast latch, auxiliary latch, and deadbolt of
stainless steel
•Lock case, strike plate, springs, and other
working parts of stainless steel
•Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head.
•Optional RRBLS proprietary Mogul key cylinder
•Lever Eskort (specify LE) – Solid cast brass
and wrought stainless steel. Enables the
designer/specifier to satisfy Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility requirements
and avoid intentional, forced lever breakage.
•Security Knob & Rose (specify KR) – solid
brass – free spinning inactive knob
•Safety Knob (specify SK) – Solid brass, conical
shaped knob serves to limit handgrip to prevent
holding a door closed. Specifically designed for
jail/prison sleeping room doors.
• Face Plate – Wrought Satin Stainless Steel
(ANSI 630, US32D)
• Lever Eskort Trim – Satin Chrome on Brass
(ANSI 626, US26D) and Wrought Stainless
Steel (ANSI 630, US32D)
1.00"
1020 Illustrated
Note: This illustration is for information only.
Do not use for construction. Door and frame
preparation drawings and wiring schematics
are available from the factory.
1.25"
.625"
1.000" throw deadbolt
(.625" x .750")
4.937"
1.312"
2.390"
1.750"
1.063"
8.437"
4.562"
.250"
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2.843"
backset
R
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Auxiliary latch (when provided)
Custom Applications
Consult with our technical service personnel
regarding custom applications such as retrofits to
existing lock installations, special mounting
conditions, and Lever Eskort compatibility with
other manufacturers’ locksets.
STE
D
.687" throw latch (.562" x 1.250")
SINGLE POINT
K OR LATCH
UL listing is for a 3-hour
“A”-label fire door and
is applicable to models
1020 and 1030.
Ordering Information
Model
1022
1026
Description
1020 keyed one side only
1020 keyed both sides Key cylinders
Mogul type (priced separately)
Mogul type (priced separately)
1032
1036
1030 keyed one side only
1030 keyed both sides RRBLS Mogul included
RRBLS Mogul included
Example: 1022 – 201 – SK – LHR – US26D
2
Model & Keying
Function
Trim
Hand of Lock
1022
1032
Keyed one side
Keyed one side
1026
1036
Keyed both sides Keyed both sides
See the
"Lock Functions"
section on the next
page for description
and function number.
See the
"Trim"
section on this page
for description
and symbol.
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
Faceplate
& Trim Finish
US32D
(faceplate)
US26D & US32D
(trim)
How to Specify Lock Functions
1020 Lock Functions
Refer to the diagrams to determine the lock
function designation number for a particular
application. To specify the function of a
1020/1030 Series mechanical lock, you
must first determine the following:
1. The “inside” and “outside” of the
opening.
Lever Trim shown – Knob Trim available
2. Lock keyed one (1022) or both (1026)
sides.
201
202
1
2
Lock Functions Identified
1
2T
1
A
A
A
A
A
A
Inside
Outside
Inside
Outside
Inside
Outside
3. The desired lever/knob functions for the
“inside” and “outside” and choose the
corresponding lock function number
(i.e. 1022-201, etc.).
4. The hand of the lock (refer to “Hand of
Locks Reference Guide” for explanation
of lock handing).
203
ANSI F14
Store/Utility Door Lock
207
209
ANSI F21
Room Door Lock
210
3
4
3
A
A
A
I
A
I
A Active Trim – retracts the latchbolt only
Inside
Outside
Inside
Outside
Inside
Outside
B Active Trim – retracts the deadbolt and
latch simultaneously
ANSI F01
Closet or Passage Latch
(No Deadbolt)
I
Inactive Trim – functions as a door pull
only – free spinning knob
1
Outside cylinder operates deadbolt only
2
Inside cylinder operates deadbolt only
211
212
4T
3
2T
1
2 T Inside thumbturn operates deadbolt only
3
4
Outside cylinder operates deadbolt
and latchbolt
A
I
B
A
Inside
Outside
Inside
Outside
Inside cylinder operates deadbolt
and latchbolt
4 T Inside thumbturn operates deadbolt
and latchbolt
3 M Outside cylinder may be operated
by two different keys – master key
operates deadbolt and latchbolt;
change key operates latchbolt only
4 M Inside cylinder may be operated by two
different keys – master key operates
deadbolt and latchbolt; change key
operates latchbolt only
ANSI F13
Dormitory or Exit Lock
1030 Lock Functions
Lever Trim shown – Knob Trim available
312
313
314
4M
3M
3M
4T
3M
A
I
I
I
I
I
Inside
Outside
Inside
Outside
Inside
Outside
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500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
1020/1030, 04-23-14
3
High Security Automatic Deadlocking Latch
Extra Heavy Stainless Steel Construction
3 ⁄ 4” Latch Throw – Hollow Metal Door Mortise Mount – Free-Spinning Inactive Knob
Lever Eskort (optional)
The conical shape of
the optional safety
knob prevents the
holding of a door
by grasping t
he knob.
Safety Knob (optional)
1060 with
commercial
mortise key
cylinder.
1040 /1060 shown with R.R. Brink Mogul key
cylinder, standard knobs and escutcheon
Application
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
The 1040/1060 series of key/knob operated
deadlocking latches is ideal for use in detention institutions as well as in commercial,
governmental and industrial buildings where
physical security is of high priority. The
design incorporates material strength and
tamper resistant fittings to impede forced
and/or surreptitious entry. With the optional
Lever Eskort trim, the designer/specifier can
meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
accessibility standards and insure against
intentional, abusive lever breakage.
Model 1040
The 1040 latchbolt is operated by key or
knob/lever from one or two sides — see
function chart on page 3. This model
does not incorporate a key controlled knob
lockout feature.
Model 1060
The 1060 series provides the same key and
knob control as the 1040 model. In addition,
there is a mechanism for key control of one
or both knobs (or Lever Eskort) to switch
from active to inactive (i.e. locked) status
and vice versa — see function chart on page
3. An inactive knob or lever is free spinning
to prevent forcing. The knob is set to active
and inactive modes by alternately turning
the key toward the hinge stile of the door.
Conversely, rotating the key toward the lock
stile retracts the latch.
High Security Automatic
Deadlocking Latch – Extra-Heavy
Stainless Steel Construction
3 ⁄4” Latch Throw – Hollow Metal Door
Mortise Mount – Free-Spinning Inactive
Knob Prevents Lock Damage From Forcing
Standard Features
•Lock case, armor front, springs, and
working parts are made of stainless steel.
•Solid forged-brass trim cannot be removed
when the door is in the closed and locked
position — all mounting screws are
concealed. A locked or inactive knob spins
freely to prevent forced breakage of the
lock works.
•Latch made of stainless steel with a full
3 ⁄4” throw.
•Stainless steel strike plate.
•Fitted for mechanical operation via either
RRBLS proprietary “Mogul” or user’s
commercial key cylinder. (Factory supplied
commercial key cylinder optional.)
•Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head.
Optional Features
•FKC – Factory supplied high security
commercial key cylinder with collar – two
change keys/cylinder.
•MOG – Supplied with RRBLS Mogul
proprietary 2” diameter 6-pin cylinder –
keys are ordered separately (UL listed
locking cylinder UL-437).
•LSS – Lock status switch trips when the
latch is in a deadlocked condition. Used in
a signal circuit to indicate lock status –
unlocked or deadlocked – via control panel
lights and/or alarm devices. Note: For
positive, tamper resistant signaling
of a closed and deadlocked door, a
sensitive door position (DPS) switch
must be wired in combination with
the LSS. Our DPS Nos. 201030 or
201090 are recommended.
Note: the LSS switch option requires an
electric transit hinge or another wire
transfer connection device between the
door and the frame.
Optional Trim
•Safety Knob (specify SK) – Solid brass,
conical shaped knob serves to limit
handgrip to prevent holding a door closed.
Specifically designed for jail/prison
sleeping room doors.
•Lever Eskort (specify LE) – A lever handle
and track set designed to add significant
structural integrity to mortise lockset
assemblies. When specified with the 1040/
1060 series, a locked lever is free to rotate
due to R.R. Brink’s patented free-spinning
lever lockout design. A locked lever is not
rigid, thereby preventing attempts to
vandalize the internal lockworks.
Trim and Faceplate
Finishes
Lever Eskort– LE
•&ACEPLATE –3ATIN3TAINLESS3TEEL
(ANSI 60, US$)
4RIM3ATINChromeON"RASS
(ANSI 626, US26D)
Custom Applications
Consult with our technical service personnel regarding custom applications such as retrofits to
existing lock installations, special mounting conditions, and Lever Eskort compatibility with
other manufacturers’ locksets.
Ordering Information
1040/1060 – Extra-Heavy Construction Mechanical Lock Series
Model
Description
1042
1040 keyed one side only
1046
1040 keyed both sides
1062
1060 keyed one side only
1066
1060 keyed both sides Example: 1062 – 601 – MOG – SK – LHR – US26D
Model & Keying
Function
Optional Features
1042
Keyedoneside
See the
"Lock Functions"
sectiononthenext
page fordescription
andfunctionnumber.
See the
"Optional Features"
section on this page
fordescription
andsymbol.
1046
Keyedbothsides
1062
Keyedoneside
1066
Keyedbothsides
2
Safety Knob – SK
Optional Trim
Hand of Lock
See the
See our
"Optional Trim"
"Hand of Locks
section on this page Reference Guide"
fordescription
fordescription
andsymbol.
andsymbol.
Key Cylinder
& Trim Finish
U3D
(standard)
Lock Functions – How to Specify
Refer to the diagrams below to determine
the lock function designation number for a
particular application. To specify the function
of a 1040/1060 Series mechanical lock, you
must first determine the following:
1.The “inside” and “outside” of the opening.
2.Whether the lock will be keyed on one or
both sides (1042, 1066, etc.).
3.The desired knob functions for the
“inside” and “outside” and choose the
corresponding lock function number
(i.e. 1062-611, etc.).
Lock Functions Identified Below
4.The hand of the lock (refer to “Hand of
Locks Reference Guide” for explanation
of lock handing).
Please Note: Knob control key shown only for
1060 locks. Latch retraction key cylinder can
be specified on one or both sides for all 1040
functions. (Never specify a key cylinder on
active knob side).
A: Active Knob – always operates the latch
I:
Inactive Knob – functions as a door pull
only – free spinning
C1: Knob is controlled by Key 1 cylinder
C2: Knob is controlled by Key 2 cylinder
C12:Knob is key controlled by cylinders on
both sides
1040 Lock Functions
401
A
Inside
Outside
402
I
I
404
I
Inside
Outside
403
A
A
405
A
406
I
Inside
Outside
A
Inside
Outside
A
1060 Lock Functions
601
A
Inside
Outside
1
605
Outside
609
Inside
Outside
1
A
2
I
1
C12
613
C1
Inside
Outside
1
2
C1
C1
Inside
602
C1
A
603
C2
606
610
2
C12
1
A
2
C2
2
C2
C2
A
1
C12
607
I
1
611
I
614
2
615
604
608
1
I
2
C2
1
C1
I
2
C2
612
616
I
Outside
C12
Inside
Outside
C12
2
1
Inside
C12
2
1
Inside
Outside
A
C1
C1
C2
2
Inside
Outside
3
2.750" Backset
1.260" Door
Opening
U.S. patent #4640112, 4237711 and 4429556
Canadian patent #1110462 and 1181782
Great Britain patent #2014230
1.750"
4.00"
1040 with R.R. Brink
Standard key cylinder
.187"
4.000"
12-24 Screw, (2)
Mounting Holes
for Lever Eskort
.125"
8.010"
Door Opening
2.750" Backset
12-24 Tap, (4)
1.260" Door
Opening
1.250"
1060 with R.R. Brink
Mogul key cylinder
4.50"
.187"
4.000"
12-24 Screw, (2)
Mounting Holes
for Standard Knob
.125"
8.010"
Door Opening
12-24 Tap, (4)
SINGLE POINT
STE
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LI
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LOC
UL listing is for a 3-hour “A”-label
fire door and is applicable to
models 1040 and 1060.
K OR LATCH
Note: The above illustrations are for information only. Do not use for construction. Door and frame preparation
drawings are available from the factory.
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
1040/1060, 10-09-14
Heavy Duty Mechanical Deadbolt Lock for Mortise
Mount in Swinging Doors
Full 1" Bolt Throw – Hollow Metal Door Mortise Mounted
RRBLS proprietary “Mogul” (MOG) key
cylinder can be specified.
9025 With Mogul Cylinder
Shown with builder’s hardware
mortise key cylinder.
Stainless steel strike plate.
Application
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
The Model 1070 is a heavy duty deadbolt
lock with a full one-inch bolt throw. It is
recommended for hollow metal doors
where latching (slam locking) is not a
requirement. For example, this rugged
deadlock is indicated for use in doors of
plumbing chases, janitor and mechanical
closets, and holding cells in detention
facilities.
The Model 1070 lock case, front, and
working parts are of stainless steel to
meet the most demanding of security
requirements. It is mortise mounted in
a hollow metal door and can be keyed
on one or two sides with an RRBLS
six pin- tumbler Mogul cylinder or a high
security commercial mortise key cylinder.
The key is removable only with the bolt
fully retracted or projected (deadlocked),
thus alerting the key holder to an impediment to the deadlocking of the bolt and,
possibly, an attempt to breach security.
The handing of the Model 1070 is field
adjustable, i.e. it is reversible according
to door swing. The armor front is
adjustable to match the degree of door
edge bevel. A separate door knob or pull
is recommended, such as those
manufactured by R.R. Brink.
Heavy Duty Deadbolt Lock
Construction Specification
• Lock case, armor front, springs, and working
parts are of stainless steel.
• Fits ANSI mortise cutout – 1-1/4” x 8”.
• Cast stainless steel bolt with a full 1” throw
and two (2) saw resistant inserts.
• Stainless steel strike plate.
• Working parts made of copper alloy or
stainless steel.
• Fitted for mechanical operation via either
RRBLS proprietary “Mogul” or user’s
commercial key cylinder. (Factory supplied
commercial key cylinder optional.)
• Exposed fasteners – pinned “Torx” head.
• Exposed Faceplate Metal Finish
Satin Stainless Steel – (ANSI 630, US32D)
Note: This illustration is for information
only. Do not use for construction. Door
and frame preparation drawings and
wiring schematics are available from
the factory.
2.125" Diam. hole req'd.
4.125"
.187"
4.000"
.125"
8.010"
Door Opening
12-24 Tap, (4)
Optional Features
• Factory Key Cylinder – (specify FKC and all
keying information) – high security commercial
key cylinder with “Yale” type cam. (Factory
supplied commercial key cylinder optional.)
• Mogul Cylinder – (specify MOG and all keying
information) – RRBLS proprietary six pin-tumbler
“Mogul” key cylinder.
•Thumb Turn – (specify TP) - in lieu of "Mogul"
or commercial key cylinder.
.
2.750" Backset
1.260"
Door Opening
12-24 Screws, (2)
Shown with optional
Mogul cylinder, spring,
and collar
12-24 Screws, (4)
U.S. patent #4640112, 4237711 and 4429556
Canadian patent #1110462 and 1181782
Great Britain patent #2014230
Ordering Information
Custom Applications
Model
Description
1072
1070 keyed one side
1076 1070 keyed both sides
Consult with our technical service personnel
regarding custom applications such as retrofits
to existing lock installations and special
mounting conditions.
Ordering Example
1072
–
MOG
–
US32D
Model & Keying
Optional Features
Faceplate Finish
1072
Keyedoneside
Seethe
"Optional Features"
sectionabove
fordescription
andsymbol.
US32D
(standard)
1076
Keyedbothsides
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www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
1070, 10-09-14
Lever-Tumbler Mechanical Deadbolt Lock
for Utility Closet Access Doors and Panels
7010 bolt is operated by a prison paracentric key
7010M bolt is operated by a prison mogul key
Investment cast prison paracentric key
(must be ordered separately)
Investment cast RRBLS mogul cylinder key
(must be ordered separately)
7010
Bolt Keepers
(must be ordered separately)
7010M
Application
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500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
The 7010 and 7010M are industry
standard deadbolt locks widely used for
maximum security locking of utility
access panels. These locks are specified
for key-controlled locking of electrical
and plumbing access panels, roof
hatches, and miscellaneous small
openings within the secure perimeter
of a jail or prison such as a food pass
or cuff port.
The 7010M deadbolt utilizes the same
size case as the 7010, but is fitted
with an RRBLS prison grade key
Mogul cylinder.
Mortise
7010K
Mortise With
Dust Box
7010KD
Surface Applied
7010SA
The 7010 and 7010M are not recommended for use on full-size doors.
Both locking and unlocking is accomplished with a proprietary RRBLS investment cast prison paracentric or mogul
key. The paracentric key cannot be removed from the lock unless the bolt is fully
extended (i.e. deadlocked) or fully retracted
(not applicable to the mogul key).
This safety feature alerts the user to an
obstruction in the bolt keeper or receiver
which might jeopardize security.
Paracentric and Mogul Key
Mechanical Deadbolt for Utility
Closet Access Doors and Panels
3.687"
1.250"
0.500" Bolt projection
0.625" Bolt throw
Standard Features
3.000"
• Industry standard template
• Investment cast steel lock case, zinc plated
• Stainless steel deadbolt
• One piece bronze paracentric cylinder (No. 7010)
or Mogul cylinder (No. 7010M)
• Bolt retracted projection:
1/2” – 7010, 3/8" – 7010M
• Bolt throw: 5/8”
• Bolt size: 1-1/2” x 3/4”
• Four mounting screws included
2.437"
1.50" Bolt
7010
0.906"
4.250"
Accessories (must be ordered separately)
• Prison key – Investment cast bronze alloy –
specify quantity of keys required
• Bolt keepers
7010K standard mortise
7010KD mortise with dust box
7010SA surface applied
0.750"
1.750"
0.750" Bolt
0.375" Bolt projection
0.625" Bolt throw
Lock Mountings (must be ordered separately)
The access panel manufacturer usually provides a
mounting plate for the 7010 lock. Otherwise RRBLS
factory mountings are available for hollow metal
and plate doors. They are constructed of 7-gauge
steel and electroplated for corrosion resistance.
Mounting is removable for cleaning and repair of
lock. Escutcheons must be purchased separately.
All mounting screws are included. Consult factory
directly for template of lock mountings.
• Hollow Metal Mounting (specify HM
Mounting) – for use on hollow metal doors.
• Plate Mounting (specify P Mounting) – for
use on steel plate doors. Allows lock to be
rim mounted.
7010M
1.500"
2.225"
Note: This illustration is for information only.
Do not use for construction. Consult R.R. Brink
Customer Service Personnel for templates.
Dimensions match 7010 except as shown.
Ordering Information
Model
Description
7012 or 7012M
keyed one side
7016 or 7016M
keyed both sides
Ordering Example
7012 – LHR – HM Mounting – (specify accessories here)
Model & Keying
Hand of Lock
Lock Mounting
Accessories
7012 or 7012M
Keyed one side
Seeour
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
andsymbol.
Seethe
"Lock Mountings"
sectiononthispage
for description
andsymbol.
Seethe
"Accessories"
sectiononthispage
for description
andsymbol.
7016 or 7016M
Keyedbothsides
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500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
Security Warning
With lever-tumbler locks keyed on two sides (i.e. 7016), it is important that the end user always
remove the key from a locked door. If the key is left in the lock, for instance on the non-secure side to
facilitate frequent unlocking, the bolt can be retracted from the opposite by turning the cylinder with a
common tool. (e,g, screwdriver). This poses an unacceptable and potentially dangerous security risk!
7010 & 7010M, 01-31-17
Latch for Food Pass and Observation Shutters
7017 latch is retracted by a prison paracentric key
7017M latch is retracted by a prison Mogul key
Investment cast prison paracentric key
(must be ordered separately)
7017 Lever Tumbler
Investment cast RRBLS Mogul cylinder
key (must be ordered separately)
7017M Mogul Cylinder
Application
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
The 7017 latch is ordinarily specified for
use in any type of food pass, observation
panel, wicket door, or other small swing
door openings.
The lock's steel case and cover are zinc
plated to provide resistance to corrosion.
The 7017 has six lever tumblers with
heavy springs for pick resistance.
The 7017M latch utilizes the same lock
case as the 7017, but is fitted with a
mogul key cylinder.
Note: Do not use the 7017 or 7017M as
the primary lock for full size doors or when
dead latching is a requirement.
Latch for Food Pass and
Observation Shutters
3.687"
1.250"
Standard Features – 7017
• Investment cast steel lock case, zinc plated
• Investment cast, bronze alloy, paracentric
key cylinder.
• Stainless steel latch
• Six hard brass lever-tumblers
• Heavy bronze tumbler springs
• Random-depth key cuts impede “picking”
• Lever tumblers are provided with “anti-pick”
notches for both locked and unlocked condition
• Latch retracted projection: 1/4”
• Latch throw: 1/2”
• Latch size: 1-1/2” x 3/4”
• Four mounting screws included
.250" Latch
retracted projection
3.000"
2.437"
.500" Latch throw
7017
Lever Tumbler
.906"
1.750"
4.250"
Accessories (must be ordered separately)
.750"
Cylinder
• Prison paracentric key – Investment cast
bronze alloy – specify quantity of keys required
1.875"
Note: These illustrations are for
information only. Do not use for
construction. Consult R.R. Brink
Technical Service Personnel
for templates.
Standard Features – 7017M
• Investment cast steel lock case, zinc plated
• Stainless steel latch
• Latch retracted projection: 1/4”
• Latch throw: 1/2”
• Latch size: 1-1/2” x 3/4”
• Four mounting screws included
Accessories (must be ordered separately)
• Prison Mogul key – Investment cast bronze
alloy – specify quantity of keys required
Cylinder
7017M
Mogul Cylinder
1.406"
The 7017M utilizes all the same lock case dimensions as
the 7017 shown above.
Ordering Information
7017 – RH – paracentric key –
(key quantity)
Model & Keying
Hand of Lock
7017 keyed one side
RH is the standard
for all food pass
applications.
7017M keyed one side
Key
Prison paracentric key –investmentcastbronzealloy.
(specifyquantityofkeysrequired)
Mogul cylinder key –
(specifyquantityofkeysrequired)
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
7017 & 7017M, 02-22-08
Six Lever-Tumbler Mechanical Locks for Sliding Doors
7030 unlocks with a paracentric key and slam-locks with automatic deadlatch.
7030D unlocks and relocks with a paracentric key.
Investment cast prison paracentric key
(must be ordered separately)
7030D
7030
Application
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
The 7030D is a lever tumbler deadbolt for sliding
doors affording maximum security locking. In a
detention facility, the 7030D is recommended for key
locking and unlocking of sliding doors within the
secure perimeter, e.g. cells, dayroom, and corridor
sallyports. Both locking and unlocking are accomplished with a proprietary RRBLS paracentric type key.
Key rotation of 180° moves the hook bolt from the
locked to unlocked position and vice versa. The 7030D
does not slam lock. When locking, the key cannot be
removed if an obstruction in the bolt keeper prevents
the hook bolt from fully dropping into the horizontal
deadlocked position. This safety feature alerts the
user to an obstruction in the bolt keeper or receiver
which would jeopardize security.
The 7030 has the same construction and dimensions
as the 7030D except that it incorporates an automatic
deadlocking feature actuated upon closing of the door
Bolt Keeper with Dust Box (BKD)
(must be ordered separately)
by depression of an auxiliary pin. It is used when the
convenience of slam closing and automatic (i.e.
keyless) deadlocking is of high priority. However,
application of the 7030 should be limited to correctional facility locations where inmates should not
have unaccompanied access such as high usage
corridor and support room doors (e.g. control, kitchen,
laundry, visitation areas). The 7030 should not be
used to secure doors in inmate living areas, especially
cells. The reason being is that the 7030 does not
require manual deadlocking by key as does the 7030D
deadbolt. The automatic deadlocking feature can
engender a false sense of security among correctional
officers that can be taken advantage of by an inmate
surreptitiously obstructing the lock bolt keeper to
block full engagement of the hook bolt in the keeper.
When this occurs, the automatic deadlocking function
is foiled and the hook bolt can be lifted to effect a
breach of security.
Lever-Tumbler Mechanical Lock
for Sliding Doors
1.500"
7030
7030D
Standard Features
• Industry standard template
• Cast ductile iron lock case, zinc plated
• Investment cast, bronze alloy, one piece
key cylinder
• Zinc plated, case hardened hook bolt
• Six hard brass lever-tumblers
• Heavy bronze tumbler spring
• Random-depth key cuts impede “picking”
• Lever tumblers are provided with “anti-pick”
notches for both locked and unlocked condition
• Four mounting screws included
10.000"
2.125"
2.125"
9 .000"
Accessories (must be ordered separately)
• Prison paracentric key – Investment cast
bronze alloy – specify number of keys required
• Bolt keeper
BKD mortise with dust box
• Escutcheon – U.S. 32D or U.S. 4 finish.
• Cylinder shield – A surface applied flap
which closes off the keyway to outside debris
at exterior locations – U.S. 32D finish only.
Lock Mountings (must be ordered separately)
The 7030 lever-tumbler lock should be mounted,
enclosed, and protected with an appropriate steel
mounting. Mountings are constructed of 7-gauge
steel with a galvanized finish for superior
corrosion-resistance. Mountings are removable
for cleaning and repair of lock. Escutcheons must
be purchased separately. All mounting screws are
included. Consult factory directly for template of
lock mountings.
• Hollow Metal Mounting (specify HM
Mounting) – for use on hollow metal doors.
• Plate Mounting (specify P Mounting) – for use
on steel plate doors. Allows lock to be rimmounted.
• Grille Mounting (specify G Mounting) – for
use on grille (steel bar) type doors. Designed
for welding to grille.
1.125"
1.125"
.500" Latch
.500" Latch
.500"
.500"
2.500"
3.500"
.500"
.500"
Note: This illustration is for information only. Do not use for construction.
Consult R.R. Brink Customer Service Personnel for templates.
Ordering Information
Model
Description
7032
7036
Keyed one side Keyed two sides
7032D
7036D
Keyed one side
Keyed two sides
Security Warning
With lever-tumbler locks keyed on two sides,
it is important that the end user always remove the key from a locked door. If the key is
left in the lock, for instance on the non-secure
side to facilitate frequent unlocking, the bolt
can be retracted from the opposite side by
turning the cylinder with a common tool. (e,g,
screwdriver). This poses an unacceptable and
potentially dangerous security risk!
Ordering Example
7032 – LH – HM Mounting – (specify accessories here)
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
Model & Keying
Hand of Lock
Lock Mounting
Accessories
7032
7036
Keyed one side Keyed both sides
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
See the
"Lock Mountings"
section on this page
for description
and symbol.
See the
"Accessories"
section on this page
for description
and symbol.
7032D
7036D
Keyed one side Keyed both sides
7030 / 7030D, 02-18-08
Mechanical Deadlatch for Swinging Doors
The 7060 is operated by lever tumblers via a paracentric key
The 7060M is operated by a pin tumbler Mogul type key
Investment cast keys
(must be ordered separately)
7060M with Mogul cylinder
RRBLS prison
paracentric
7060 with lever-tumbler
RRBLS detention
mogul
Lever Eskort
Escutcheon and Track
Assembly for 7060L
Keeper/
Strike
K
Keeper w/
Dust Box
KD
Surface
Applied
KSA
7060K with optional knob
Keeper w/
Indication
Switch
KS
Bolt Keepers (must be ordered separately)
Application
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
The 7060 is a lever-tumbler latch appropriate for jail and prison holding cells,
storage rooms, and passage doors
where the convenience of slam locking
makes it preferable to the RRBLS 7080
deadbolt. Unlocking and locking of the
7070 beveled bolt is by an RRBLS
paracentric key or a 2" diameter pin
tumbler key cylinder with the 7060M.
The latter version enables master keying
that is not available with the paracentric
key model.
When a door is closed, deadlocking of
the 7060 requires two revolutions of the
key. It is important that correctional
officers observe this requirement to
avoid a security breach by clandestine
latch retraction with end force (e.g.
“carding”).
As an option, the 7060 is available with
latch retraction by knob or “Lever
Eskort” (see inset above) sets. These
models are designated 7060K and
7060L, respec-tively. When the latch is
deadlocked by two turns of the key, the
knobs or levers are rendered inactive,
i.e. rigid.
1.500"
Note: This illustration is for information only.
Do not use for construction. Consult R.R. Brink
Customer Service Personnel for templates.
Mechanical Deadlatch for
Swinging Doors
Standard Features
• Industry standard template
• Malleable iron lock case, zinc plated
• 7060 – Integral, bronze alloy investment cast,
one piece paracentric key cylinder.
7060M – fitted for a 2" diameter cylinder priced separately – see "Key Cylinder" catalog
sheet.
• Zinc plated steel deadlatch with two hardened
steel inserts
• 7060 – Six hard brass lever tumblers
Heavy bronze tumbler spring, random-depth
key cuts impede “picking”, lever tumblers are
provided with “anti-pick” notches for both
locked and unlocked condition
• Latch throw: 3/4”
• Latch retracted projections:
1/2” (with hinge side mounting);
1-1/4” (with stop side mounting).
• Latch size: 2” x 3/4”.
• Four mounting screws included
Accessories (must be ordered separately)
Lock Mountings (must be ordered separately)
The 7060 lock should be encased and protected
on the door with an appropriate steel mounting.
Mountings are constructed of 7-gauge steel with
an electroplated finish for corrosion resistance.
Mountings are removable for cleaning and repair
of lock. Escutcheons must be purchased separately.
All mounting screws are included. Consult factory
directly for template of lock mountings.
• Hollow Metal Mounting (specify HM
Mounting) – for use on hollow metal doors.
• Plate Mounting (specify P Mounting) – for
use on steel plate doors. Allows lock to be
rim-mounted.
• Grille Mounting (specify G Mounting) – for
use on grille (steel bar) type doors. Designed
for welding to grille.
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500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
.500" Latch retracted projection
(hinge side mounting shown)
3.500"
.500"
7060
.500"
.750" Latch
throw
7.250"
1.250"
8.250"
.375"
7060M
Note: 7060M body and
bolt dimensions are
indentical to 7060 above.
7060M is available with
knob or Lever Escort actuation – specify 7060KM
or 7060LM.
SINGLE POINT
LI
STE
D
• Prison mogul and paracentric key –
Investment cast bronze alloy – specify number
of keys required
• Bolt keepers
K standard mortise
KD mortise with dust box
KS mortise with indication switch
KSA surface applied
• Escutcheon
Satin Stainless Steel – (ANSI 630, US32D)
• Cylinder shield – A surface applied flap which
closes off the keyway to outside debris at exterior locations – ANSI 630, US32D finish only.
4.500"
F
R
36G1
LOC
K OR LATCH
UL listing is for a
3-hour “A”-label
fire door.
Certified by a nationally recognized
independent testing laboratory to meet
ASTM F1577-6.2- Impact Test Grade 1
Ordering Information
Model
Description
Latch Retraction
7062
7066
Keyed one side
Keyed two sides
Paracentric key
Paracentric key
7062M Keyed one side
Mogul key
Mogul key not available keyed two side
7062K
7066K
Keyed one side
Keyed two sides
Knob
Knob
7062L
7066L
Keyed one side
Keyed two sides
Lever Eskort
Lever Eskort
Ordering Example
Warning
With paracentric key operated levertumbler locks keyed on two sides, it is
important that the end user always remove
the key from a locked door. If the key is
left in the lock, for instance on the nonsecure side to facilitate frequent
unlocking, the bolt can be retracted from
the opposite side by simply turning the
cylinder with a common tool. (e,g,
screwdriver). This poses an unacceptable
and potentially dangerous security risk!
7062 – LHR – HM Mounting – (specify accessories here)
Model & Keying
Hand of Lock
Lock Mounting
Accessories
7062
7066
Keyed one side Keyed both sides
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
See the
"Lock Mountings"
section on this page
for description
and symbol.
See the
"Accessories"
section on this page
for description
and symbol.
7062M
Keyed one side
N/A
7062K
7066K
Keyed one side Keyed both sides
7066L
7062L
Keyed one side Keyed both sides
7060 / 7060M / 7060K 01-24-17
Mechanical Automatic Deadlatch for Swinging Doors
The 7070 is operated by lever tumblers via a paracentric key. .
The 7070M is operated by a pin tumbler Mogul type key
Investment cast keys (must be ordered separately)
RRBLS prison
paracentric
RRBLS detention
mogul
7070M – Mogul Key Cylinder
Keeper/
Strike
K
Keeper w/
Dust Box
KD
Surface
Applied
KSA
Keeper w/
Indication
Switch
KS
7070 – Lever Tumbler Key Cylinder
Application
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
The 7070 is a latch with automatic
deadlocking actuated via an auxiliary latch
(aka deadlock trigger). The 7070 is used
when the convenience of slam closing
and automatic (i.e. keyless) deadlocking
is of high priority. However, application of
the 7070 in a correctional facility should
be limited to locations where inmates
should not have unaccompanied access
such as high-usage corridor and support
room doors (e.g. control, kitchen, laundry,
visitation areas).
Bolt Keepers (must be ordered separately)
Warning: The 7070 should not be used
to secure doors in inmate living areas,
especially cells. This is because the
7070 does not require manual
deadlocking by key as do the RRBLS
Models 7060 latch and the 7080
deadbolt. The automatic deadlocking
feature can engender a false sense of
security among correctional officers
that can be taken advantage of by an
inmate surreptitiously obstructing the
lock bolt keeper to block full
extension of the latch. When this
occurs, the automatic deadlocking
function is foiled and the latch can be
retracted with end force (e.g. carding)
to effect a breach of security.
1.500"
Mechanical Automatic Deadlatch
for Swinging Doors
7070
Standard Features
5.000"
• Industry standard template.
• Malleable iron cast lock case, zinc plated.
• 7070 – Integral, bronze alloy investment cast,
one piece paracentric key cylinder.
7070M – fitted for a 2" diameter cylinder priced separately – see "Key Cylinder" catalog
sheet.
• Zinc plated steel deadlatch with two hardened
steel inserts.
• 7070 – Six hard brass lever tumblers
Heavy bronze tumbler spring, random-depth
key cuts impede “picking”, lever tumblers are
provided with “anti-pick” notches for both
locked and unlocked condition
• Latch retracted projections:
1/2” (with hinge side mounting);
1-1/4” (with stop side mounting).
• Latch size: 2” high x 3/4” throw.
• Four (4) mounting screws included.
4.000"
.750" Auxiliary latch
.500"
.500"
.312"
7.750"
.906"
8.750"
.750" Latch throw
.500" Latch
retracted projection
7070M
Note: 7070M body and
bolt dimensions are
indentical to 7070 above.
Accessories (must be ordered separately)
Lock Mountings (must be ordered separately)
The 7070 and 7070M locks should be encased and
protected on the door with an appropriate steel
mounting. Mountings are constructed of 7-gauge
steel with an electroplated finish for corrosion
resistance. Mountings are removable for cleaning
and repair of lock. Escutcheons must be purchased
separately. All mounting screws are included.
Consult factory directly for template of lock
mountings.
• Hollow Metal Mounting (specify HM
Mounting) – for use on hollow metal doors.
• Plate Mounting (specify P Mounting) – for
use on steel plate doors. Allows lock to be
rim-mounted.
• Grille Mounting (specify G Mounting) – for
use on grille (steel bar) type doors. Designed
for welding to grille.
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
SINGLE POINT
LI
STE
D
• Prison mogul and paracentric key –
Investment cast bronze alloy – specify number
of keys required
• Bolt keepers (see illustrations on front page)
K standard mortise
KD mortise with dust box
KS mortise with indication switch
KSA surface applied
• Escutcheon (7070 only)
Satin Stainless Steel – (ANSI 630, US32D)
• Cylinder shield – A surface applied flap which
closes off the keyway to outside debris at exterior locations – ANSI 630, US32D finish only.
Note: Illustrations are for information only.
Do not use for construction. Consult R.R. Brink
Customer Service Personnel for templates.
F
R
36G1
LOC
K OR LATCH
UL listing is for a
3-hour “A”-label
fire door.
Certified by a nationally recognized
independent testing laboratory to meet
ASTM F1577-6.2- Impact Test Grade 1
Ordering Information
Model
Description
7072 or 7072M
Keyed one side
7076
Keyed two sides
Ordering Example
7072 – LHR – HM Mounting – (specify accessories here)
Model & Keying
Hand of Lock
Lock Mounting
Accessories
7072 or 7072M
Keyed one side
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
See the
"Lock Mountings"
section on this page
for description
and symbol.
See the
"Accessories"
section on this page
for description
and symbol.
7076
Keyed both sides
Mogul Not Available
Security Warning
With lever-tumbler locks keyed on two sides, it is important that the end user
always remove the key from a locked door. If the key is left in the lock, for
instance on the non-secure side to facilitate frequent unlocking, the bolt can
be retracted from the opposite side by turning the cylinder with a common
tool. (e,g, screwdriver). This poses an unacceptable and potentially dangerous
security risk!
7070/7070M, 01-24-17
All purpose heavy duty, high security mechanical
deadlocks for swinging doors
7080 is operated by a paracentric key. 7080M is operated by a mogul key.
Investment cast keys (must be ordered separately)
RRBLS prison
paracentric
RRBLS detention
mogul
Bolt Keepers (must be ordered separately)
Mortise Bolt Keeper
7080K
Mortise Bolt Keeper
With Indication
Switch 7080KS
Application
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
The 7080 and the 7080M are the industry
standard deadbolts widely used in
correctional facilities for maximum
security key-controlled locking. The 7080
and the 7080M are recommended for
openings within the secure perimeter
of a jail or prison such as cells, armories,
pharmacies, entry and passage doors.
Both locking and unlocking are accomplished with a proprietary RRBLS
key – mogul or paracentric.
Mortise Bolt Keeper
With Dust Box 7080KD
Surface Applied
Bolt Keeper 7080SA
The paracentric key cannot be removed
from the lock unless the bolt is fully
extended (i.e. deadlocked) or fully retracted
(not applicable to the mogul key).
This safety feature alerts the user to an
obstruction in the bolt keeper or receiver
which might jeopardize security.
The 7080 is independent testing laboratory certified to meet the impact test
criteria for Security Grade 1 as set forth
in ASTM Standards F1450 and F1577.
1.500"
Standard Features
• Industry standard template
• Investment cast steel lock case, zinc plated
• 7080 – key cylinder for paracentric key investment cast of silicon bronze
7080M – fitted for a 2" diameter (2.000 x 27
thread) cylinder - priced separately
• Zinc-plated deadbolt with three hardened
steel inserts
• 7080 – six brass lever tumblers with "anti-pick"
notches and bronze springs
• Bolt retracted projection: 1/2” (for hinge-side
mounting), 1-1/4” (for stop-side mounting)
• Bolt size:
7080 – 3/4”W x 2”H with 3/4” bolt throw
7080M – 3/4”W x 1.75”H with 1” bolt throw
• Four mounting screws included
.500" Standard
bolt retracted projection
3.750"
2.750"
7080
.500"
2.000" Bolt
4.500"
.875"
5.500"
.750" Bolt
Accessories (must be ordered separately)
• MOG – Model 7080M supplied with RRBLS
Mogul proprietary 2" diameter, 6-pin detention
grade cylinder (UL- 437 listed).
• Mogul or paracentric keys – specify number
of keys required
• Bolt keepers 7080 or 7080M
7080K standard mortise
7080KD mortise with dust box
7080KS mortise with indication switch
7080SA surface applied
• Escutcheon (7080 only) – specify one-way or
two-way:
A one-way escutcheon permits key removal only
when the bolt is in the extended (i.e. deadlocked) position; a two-way escutcheon permits
key removal in both the locked and unlocked
position. Finish: Satin Stainless Steel (ANSI 630,
US32D).
• Cylinder shield (7080 only) – A surfaceapplied flap which closes off the keyway to
outside debris at exterior locations. Finish: Satin
Stainless Steel (ANSI 630, US32D).
Lock Mountings (must be ordered separately)
The 7080 and 7080M locks should be mounted,
enclosed, and protected with an appropriate steel
mounting. Mountings are constructed of 7-gauge
steel with an electroplated finish for corrosion
resistance. Mountings are removable for lock
cleaning and repair. Escutcheons must be purchased
separately. All mounting screws are included.
Consult factory for template of lock mountings.
• Hollow Metal Door Mounting – specify
7080HM or 7080MHM Mounting.
• Plate Door Mounting – specify 7080P or
7080MP Mounting.
• Grille Door Mounting – specify 7080G or
7080MG Mounting. Designed for welding
to grille.
.500" Standard bolt
retracted projection
1.000" Bolt throw
7080M
2.500"
1.750" Bolt
2.625"
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500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
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1.000"
.750" Bolt
Note: This illustration is for information only.
Do not use for construction. Consult R.R. Brink
Customer Service Personnel for templates.
.375"
7080M Dimensions match 7080 except as shown.
Ordering Information
Model
Description
7082 or 7082M Keyed one side
7086 or 7086M
Keyed two sides
Ordering Example
7082 – LHR – HM Mounting – (specify accessories here)
Model & Keying
Hand of Lock
Lock Mounting
Accessories
7082 or 7082M
Keyed one side
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
See the
"Lock Mountings"
section on this page
for description
and symbol.
See the
"Accessories"
section on this page
for description
and symbol.
7086 or 7086M
Keyed both sides
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.750" Bolt throw
7080 Security Warning
With lever-tumbler locks keyed on two sides, it is important that the end user always remove the key
from a locked door. If the key is left in the lock, for instance on the non-secure side to facilitate
frequent unlocking, the bolt can be retracted from the opposite side by turning the cylinder with a
common tool. (e,g, screwdriver). This poses an unacceptable and potentially dangerous security risk!
7080/7080M, 01-31-17
Food Pass / Access Panel Locks
Mortise or Surface Applied
9010 Deadbolt fitted for a standard mortise cylinder
9017 Automatic deadlocking latch fitted for a standard mortise cylinder
9025 Automatic deadlocking latch fitted for a Mogul cylinder
9010
(shown with
standard
motise
cylinder)
9025 With Mogul Cylinder
9017
(shown without
cylinder)
View of 9017 / 9025 showing
auxiliary latch (deadlock trigger).
Application
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
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The 9000 Series consists of the Model
9010 deadbolt and Models 9017 and
9025 automatic deadlocking latches.
In a detention facility, these locks are
appropriate for securing utility access
doors and small in-door shutters such
as a food pass. Commercial building
application possibilities are numerous and
include the locking of all types of panels
that provide access to mechanical spaces.
The 9000 Series is not recommended for
use on full-size passage doors.
Model 9010 – A deadbolt requiring key
locking and unlocking. It is fitted to
accept a standard commercial mortise
key cylinder with a “Yale” cam.
Model 9017 – An automatic deadlocking
latch affording the convenience of “slam”
locking. It is fitted to accept a standard
commercial mortise key cylinder with a
“Yale” cam.
Model 9025 – An automatic deadlocking
latch affording the convenience of “slam”
locking. It is fitted to accept an RRBLS
proprietary Mogul key cylinder.
Food Pass / Access Panel Locks – Mortise or Surface Applied
• Face plate finishes for mortise mountings:
Satin Stainless Steel – (ANSI 630, US32D)
Satin Brass – (ANSI 606, US4)
Standard Features 9010 and 9017
• Aluminum bronze lock case.
• Bolt (9010), latch (9017), springs, pins, and
screws are stainless steel.
• 9010 bolt dimensions
Throw: 5/8” (mortise 9/16”) 1/2” projection
when bolt is retracted. Bolt width 1”
• 9017 latch dimensions
Throw: 5/8” (mortise 9/16”) Flush when
retracted. Latch width 1”
• Case dimensions: 3” x 4-1/4” x 1-1/4”
Optional Features (must be ordered separately)
• Factory key cylinder – (specify FKC and
all keying information) high security mortise
type with specified finish. Includes cylinder
guard ring.
• Bolt projection – (for model 9010 only)
custom bolt projection for special applications
available. Consult factory for recommendations.
Standard Features 9025
•
•
•
•
•
•
Aluminum bronze lock case.
Springs, pins, and screws are stainless steel.
Mogul cylinder
Latch throw: 5/8”. Flush when retracted.
Latch width 1”
Case dimensions: 3” x 4-1/4” x 1-1/4”
9010 / 9017 Surface Mount
9010 / 9017 Mortise Mount
59"
4.3
3.
.250"
2"
.42
2
5/16-18
Drill & tap, (4)
1.375"
.687"
7"
.18
1.250" Dia. hole
for cylinder
12-24 Drill & tap, (2)
3.000"
2.438"
4.250"
"
688
1.250"
.625"
2.000"
3.000"
2.000"
5.000"
.625" X 1.000" Bolt
.625" Bolt throw
12"
2.3
1.500"
1.500"
2.500"
50"
4.2
.625" X 1.000" Latchboltolt
.562" Throw
.625"
5/16-18 X 1-7/16"
SEC TORX FHMS (4)
1.250"
Adjustable
mounting tabs
Faceplate
.060"
Ordering Information
Note:
1. 9000 models can be ordered for surface or
mortise mounting. The illustration above shows
a 9010 in a surface application and a 9017
in a mortise application.
Model
Description
9010-1
9010-2
Keyed one side
Keyed two sides
9017-1
9017-2
Keyed one side
Keyed two sides
9025-1
Keyed one side (cover side only)
Ordering Example
9010-1 – LH
– M
Hand of Lock
9010-1
9010-2
Keyed one side Keyed both sides
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
9025-1
Keyed one side
(cover side only)
1.250"
2.732" Total lock depth
3.000"
2. Lock illustrations are for information only.
Do not use for construction. Consult R.R. Brink
Customer Service Personnel for templates.
Model & Keying
9017-1
9017-2
Keyed one side Keyed both sides
9025 Surface Mount
– FKC
Lock Mounting
Optional
M – Mortise
FKC – Factory Key Cylinder
S – Surface
BP – Custom Bolt Projection
(model 9010 only)
3.688"
Mtg.
4.250"
2.437" Mtg.
Stainless steel
latch bolt 1" x 5/8"
5/8" bolt throw
Not Available
.281"
5/16-18 X 1-3/4"
TORX FHMS (4)
.281"
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9010 / 9017/ 9025, 05-04
Heavy Duty Deadbolt Locks for Securing the Inactive
Side of a Double Door Opening
No. 70106HM
Head and Foot Bolt
For use with hollow metal
doors. Utilizes an RRBLS
No. 7080 lever tumbler
deadbolt (3/4” bolt throw)
with a 1” diameter stainless
steel bolt extension.
Head and Foot Bolt
No. 70105HM
For mortise mounting in a hollow
metal door. Key unlocking means
inaccessible with active door
closed and locked. A simple
cam linkage throws the bolt
3/4” via a double tooth key. The
1” diameter bolt and cam is of
stainless steel. The case is a
painted steel weldment.
Head and Foot Bolt
No. 70105G
Identical to the 70105HM
except furnished with side
plates for use with grille or
expanded metal doors.
No. 70105HBK/S
Head Bolt Keeper
with Indication
Switch
Head Bolt No. 70106HM/EL
Utilizes an RRBLS No. 7080
lever tumbler deadbolt (3/4”
bolt throw). Extended length 1”
diameter stainless steel bolt and
cover plate facilitates locking and
unlocking of high, hollow metal
doors (plate with paint primer).
No. 70105FR
Floor bolt receptacle
suitable for casting
into concrete.
Application
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
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Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
The common use for head and foot bolts
is to secure the inactive side of a double
door opening. RRBLS head and foot bolts
feature the extra heavy duty construction
appropriate for jail and prison security
doors.
Two types of RRBLS head and foot bolts
are available – paracentric (70106HM)
and double tooth key (70105HM/G)
operated. The former offers the added
convenience and security of keying to a
lever tumbler combination as compared
to a plain tool. The latter prevents
No. 70105HBK
Head Bolt Keeper Plate
3/16” x 1-3/4” x 5”
unlocking of the inactive door of a pair
when the active side is closed and
locked.
201030 – Mechanically actuated, mortise mounted.
201090 – Mechanically actuated, surface mounted.
201020 – Magnetically actuated, mortise mounted.
201023 – Triple Biased, magnetically actuated, mortise mounted.
Model 201030
Model 201090
4.25"
1.625"
1.25"
7.5"
1.75"
1.5"
Model 201020 and 201023
.75"
9.125"
1.25"
Note: Illustrations are for information only. Do not
use for construction. Door and frame preparation
drawings and wiring schematics are available from
the factory.
4.875"
1.5"
The purpose and importance of a Door Position Switch
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A typical lock control panel monitor light
and/or door interlock circuit is actuated by
a “lock status switch” (LSS) and a “door
position switch” (DPS). The LSS signals a
deadlocked latch bolt and the DPS a closed
door. When properly wired together, these
switches control indicator lights to signal
a secure door (i.e. closed and deadlocked)
and/or control an interlock which prevents
a door(s) from being electrically unlocked
if another door in the group is unlocked.
In the absence of a DPS, the aforesaid
circuits are controlled only by the LSS
within the lock case. Normally, the LSS
is tripped when a door is closed and the
latch bolt is deadlocked by depression of
the auxiliary latch (a.k.a. roller or trigger
bolt). (When depressed, the auxiliary latch
serves to automatically deadlock the latch
bolt.) However, an indication/interlock
circuit controlled by the LSS only can be
compromised easily. That is, when a door is
open, the auxiliary latch can be depressed
manually which wrongly signals a secure
condition. On the other hand, with the
LSS/DPS combination, a door must be
closed and deadlocked to obtain a secure
signal. Thus, for positive control of door
monitor and/or interlock circuits, a DPS is a
requirement.
Available in four different models, the RR Brink door position switches (DPS) provide sensitive door position monitoring.
(Note: See “Ordering Information” [below] for maximum recommended door widths when using an RRBLS DPS in combination
with a lock’s status switch [LSS] to indicate a closed and locked door condition.)
201030 – Mortise Mounted,
Mechanical Door Position
Switch (DPS)
The Model 201030 DPS is actuated mechanically by movement of the door. With a 4’-0”
or narrower door and ANSI door/frame installation tolerances, the switch will trip when
the leading edge of the door is within 1/2”
of the door stop. It is recommended that the
Model 201030 be wired in combination with
a lock bolt status switch (LSS) to provide a
reliable, tamper resistant control panel monitor (e.g., closed and deadlocked green light)
and / or interlock circuit.
The 201030 has two components: 1) a switch
unit that mortise mounts in the door frame
header with an arm that is connected in the
field to, 2) a track that mortises into the upper
door edge. When the door is closed and
locked, all components are concealed which
eliminates the possibility of tampering. A door
can be opened to a full 180°. The 201030 has
an automatic switch adjustment feature that
compensates for differing door and frame
alignments (e.g., hinge gauge dimension)
without the need for tools or trial and error
procedures. Simply closing a door self-adjusts
the switch setting.
UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES, INC. ®
CLASSIFIED
MISCELLANEOUS FIRE DOOR ACCESSORY
7R32
201090 – Surface Mounted,
Mechanical Door Position
Switch (DPS)
The Model 201090 DPS is actuated mechanically by movement of the door. With a 2’-8”
or narrower door, the switch will trip when
the leading edge of the door is within 3/4”
of the door stop. It is recommended that the
Model 201090 be wired in combination with
a lock bolt status switch (LSS) to provide a
reliable, tamper resistant control panel
monitor (e.g., closed and deadlocked green
light) and / or interlock circuit.
align when the door is closed and that the gap
between the two units does not exceed 1/4”.
The 201090 is comprised of two components:
1) a switch housing that is surface mounted
on the frame header face and, 2) a switch
actuator arm that is surface applied to the
hinge side of the door face. A door can be
opened to a full 180°. The 201090 has an
automatic switch adjustment feature that
compensates for differing door and frame
alignments without the need for tools or trial
and error procedures. Simply closing a door
adjusts the switch setting.
The Model 201020 is a single magnet and
reed switch unit. When the magnet and
switch components are installed as recommended (see installation drawing), the switch
will trip when the leading edge of the door is
within 1” of the door stop. The 201020 is subject to compromise with a hand held magnet
when the door is open. Thus, it is not recommended for use in door openings subject to
inmate tampering. Its primary application
is in an alarm circuit to signal a door being
opened.
Materials of Construction
201030 and 201090
•Structural and working parts of brass and
zinc electroplated steel. (exposed finish
ANSI 603, US2G)
•SPDT (Form C) switch – 10 amps @ 250V
•Color coded 7 ft. lead wire harness with
quick disconnect at switch unit for ease
in installation
201020 and 201023 –
Magnetic Door Position
Switches (DPS) for Mortise
Installation
These DPS's employ a reed switch(es) actuated magnetically by movement of the door. It
is recommended that the 201020 and 201023
be wired in combination with a lock bolt
status switch (LSS) to control a panel monitor
(e.g., closed and deadlocked).
The 201020 and 201023 are comprised of two
components: 1) a magnet unit that is mortise
mounted into the door edge (preferably the
top edge adjacent to the lock stile); and, 2) a
reed switch unit that is mortised into the door
frame opposite and on the same centerlines
as the magnet. For proper operation, it is
important that the magnet and switch units
The Model 201023 is a triple-biased design
employing three reed switches connected in
series that are actuated by three magnets in a
matched pair configuration. This configuration
practically eliminates the possibility of compromise with an external magnet. When the
magnet and switch components are installed
as recommended (see installation drawing),
the switch will trip when the leading edge of
the door is within 1/2” of the door stop.
201020 Materials of Construction
•Magnet and switch body – Die cast zinc
•Face plates – Clear satin anodized aluminum (ANSI 628, US28)
•SPDT (Form C) switch – 0.5 amps @ 24 V
maximum
•Color coded 5ft.leadwire harness with
quick disconnect at switch unit for ease
in installation
201023 Materials of Construction
•Magnet and switch body – Formed stainless steel
•Face plates – Satin stainless steel (ANSI
630, US32D)
•SPDT (Form C) switch – 5VA, Non-inductive
•Color coded 5ft.leadwire harness with
quick disconnect at switch unit for ease
in installation
Ordering Information
Model Switch Mounting Switch Type
Actuation
SPDT (Form C)
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Maximum Recommended Door Width
When Used in an LSS/DPS Door Secure
Indication Circuit with an RRBLS Lock
201030 Mechanical Mortise 10 amps @ 250 VAC
201090 Mechanical Surface
10 amps @ 250 VAC
201020 Magnetic Mortise
0.5 amps @ 24 V maximum
Unlimited
201023 Magnetic
5VA, Non-inductive
Unlimited
Mortise
48”
36”
Note: Refer to the R.R. Brink “Hand of Locks Reference Guide” when ordering models 201030 or 201090.
Consult with our technical service personnel regarding custom applications such as retrofits to existing
lock installations and special mounting situations.
DPS, 03-14-14
High Security Cylinders
internal parts (i.e. pins, springs, balls, and cylinder
plug) as well as the external cylinder body or
housing. (The diameter of the “Mogul” is 2” and
the standard cylinder is 1-5/32”.) Compared to a
standard mortise cylinder, the “Mogul” parts offer
proportionately larger wear surfaces and a longer
life cycle. Also, the larger cross sectional area of
the “Mogul” keyway facilitates the removal of
debris commonly inserted by inmates to impede
key operation. Second, the dimensions of the
“Mogul” key are roughly twice that of a standard
mortise cylinder key. This key size reduces the
chance of breakage under forced turning (e.g.
against a bind) and affords increased torque to
ease the unlocking of heavy prison lock
mechanisms. Also, the “Mogul” key size lends
itself to easy insertion into the cylinder keyway.
R.R. Brink Lever-Tumbler
For detention facility applications when it is
desired to master key both commercial and
detention grade locks on one system, we
recommend specification of a “high security”
brand of mortise cylinder which affords pick
resistance and key blank control. RRBLS is an
authorized OEM dealer for both ASSA® and
MEDECO ® high security cylinders. Unless otherwise specified, we provide either the standard
mortise ASSA® or MEDECO ® brand with our
factory key cylinder (FKC) option*. When our locks
are equipped with ASSA® or MEDECO ® cylinders,
we can provide direct factory to user service for
replacement cylinders and keys. We stock their
cylinder parts and certain proprietary key blanks
so that we are able, on short notice, to pin new
cylinders and cut keys.
R.R. Brink Mogul
ASSA ®
Medeco ®
All keys shown must be ordered separately
Application
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
With the exception of the 7000 Series lever
tumbler models, all R.R. Brink Locking Systems’
locks must be fitted with a mortise, pin tumbler
key cylinder for manual unlocking. Our locks can
be ordered to accept either a standard builder’s
hardware mortise cylinder or the prison “Mogul”
type, as shown above.
In correctional facilities, the RRBLS “Mogul” is
often the cylinder of choice for detention grade
locks only. This product differs from the standard
mortise cylinder* (a.k.a. builder’s hardware
cylinder) in two significant aspects. First, all
components of the RRBLS “Mogul” cylinder are
approximately twice the size of the conventional
mortise type. This size difference includes the
*The ASSA ® and MEDECO ® companies market
a “Mogul” version of their standard size high
security mortise cylinders. Whereas these
products have the same 2” diameter body as the
RRBLS “Mogul” cylinder, that is where the
similarity ends. All internal parts as well as the
key furnished with their “Mogul” versions are
identical to their standard product. Thus, the
distinctive feature of the RRBLS “Mogul” cylinder
(i.e. all internal parts and key being larger in
proportion to its 2” diameter body) cannot be
ascribed to these variations of a standard product.
Our motive in making this distinction is not to
discourage the use of high security key cylinders
with detention grade locks. The purpose is to
point out to specifiers and end users that, with
our locks, the ASSA ® or MEDECO ® “Mogul”
cylinder offers no functional advantage over their
standard size product. Therefore, we recommend
use of their standard size product with the
attendant cost saving.
MEDECO ® Mortise
Pin-Tumbler
Key Cylinder*
Compatible with R.R. Brink lock models
Cylinder housing thread
Cam type
ASSA® Mortise
Pin-Tumbler
Key Cylinder*
1040, 1050, 1060, 1070,
2020, 2050
3020, 3520-300, 3520-600
5020S, 5020M, 5020EUKL, 5520,
8030, 8050, 8055
9010, 9017
R.R. Brink
Mogul Pin-Tumbler
Key Cylinder*
R.R. Brink
Lever-Tumbler
Key Cylinder**
1020, 1030, 1040,
1050, 1060, 1070, 3020
3620-300, 3620-600
5020S, 5020M
5020EUKL, 5520
7010M, 7017M
8050, 8055, 9025
7010, 7017, 7030
7030D, 7050S,
7050M, 7060, 7060K
7070, 7080
1.156” x 32
1.156” x 32
2.000” x 27
N/A
Yale
Yale
RRBLS
N/A
Satin Chromium on Brass, ANSI 626, US26D
Satin Brass, ANSI 606, US4
Standard finishes
Available in silicon
bronze finish only
U.L. 437 (Key Locks) listing
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Master and grand master keying available
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
X
X
X
X
Affords most key combinations
Affords most hand torque
Notes:
* When specifying an RRBLS supplied key cylinder, specify FKC-MEDECO, FKC-ASSA,
or Mogul and all necessary keying information after the lock model number. With levertumbler locksets, there is no need to specify the key cylinder, since it is included.
** R.R. Brink includes as standard its lever-tumbler key cylinder with lock models 7010,
7017, 7030, 7030D, 7050S, 7050M, 7060, 7060K, 7070, and 7080. These lock models must
be operated by this type of key cylinder.
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Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
KEYCYL, 03-12-15
201095 – Narrow Mortise Cylinder
Key Switch
This narrow profile key switch is designed to
mortise mount in the 2” trim surface of a standard
hollow metal door frame.
• Standard models furnished with two momentary
(snap) or maintained (alternate) action SPDT
switches or a combination for actuation by
clockwise and/or counter-clockwise key
rotation. Specify No. 201095 – 2MO, or No.
201095 – 2MA, or No.201095 – MO & MA,
respectively. Electrical rating: 250VAC, 5A
resistive; 30VDC, 3A inductive & 5A resistive.
• Accepts any manufactures standard 1-1/8” long
mortise cylinder with a “Yale” shape cam.
• Furnished with quick-disconnect wire leads.
• Optionally available with two LEDs (specify
mono-green, mono-red, or green/red dual
filament type).
• Standard faceplate finish – satin stainless steel
(ANSI 630 , US32D).
201110
201095
201110 – Standard Mortise Cylinder
Key Switch
This key switch is designed to mount in an
electrical outlet box. Features are identical
to Model No. 201095.
201070
201065
Application
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500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60431
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
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A typical application for a key switch in a
correctional facility is for proximity key control
of an RRBLS electromechanical sliding or
swinging door lock. A key switch can provide an
additional security measure where key unlocking
of electric locks is routine. A key combination
different from the lock’s manual key, which can be
safe-guarded for use during power interruptions
only, operates the key switch. Also, the wiring of
the key switch is configured to allow on and off
power switching from a central control station.
Thus, if the key to the switch cylinder is lost or
seized, the key switch can be disabled to prevent
unauthorized unlocking of the door.
201065 – Paracentric Key Switch
This key switch is ordinarily used in jails and
prisons to complement an RRBLS lever tumbler
keying system.
• Normally fitted with two momentary (snap)
action SPDT switches (Form C) for actuation by
clockwise and/or counterclockwise key rotation.
Electrical rating: 125/250VAC, 15A resistive.
• Standard models available in one (No. 201065-1)
or two side (No. 201065-2) keying.
• Furnished with quick-disconnect wire leads.
• Electroplated steel parts.
201070 – Mogul Cylinder Key Switch
This key switch employs an institutional style
Mogul cylinder.
• Standard model accepts RRBLS Mogul cylinder
(2.000” x 27 thread x 1-3/4” long x Yale type
cam). The 201070 can be adapted for use
with other manufacturers Mogul cylinders by
special order.
• Normally fitted with two momentary (snap)
action SPDT switches (Form C) for actuation by
clockwise and/or counterclockwise key rotation.
Electrical rating: 125/250VAC, 15A resistive.
• Optionally available with one or two shatter
resistant LED’s in green and red as specified.
• Furnished with quick-disconnect wire leads.
• Standard faceplate – electroplated steel.
(Not For Construction)
201070 – Mogul Key Switch
201095 – Key Switch
4.750"
4.500"
6.000"
1.728"
.250"
Note: Keys for Mogul cylinder
must be ordered separately.
Note: Two, (2) change keys are
furnished with Builders cylinder
201110 – Key Switch
201065 – Paracentric Key Switch
1.672"
1.625"
3.875"
1.938"
4.625"
CL
3.438"
6.125"
1.572"
CL
.636" @ side
2.750"
Note: Two, (2) change keys are
furnished with Builders cylinder
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60431
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Note: Keys for Paracentric
lever tumbler must be
ordered separately.
1.194"
Options applicable to RRBLS key switches with a pin tumbler cylinder (Models 201070, 201095, and 201110):
1. The cylinder can be factory modified to limit the rotation of one key (i.e. change level) to the clockwise direction only.
A second key (i.e. master level) rotates in both directions. Thus, by a connection to a control panel override switch,
the change key operation can be disabled while the master key can be operative at other or all times. This allows
restrictions on door unlocking and other key switch operations by key holders (e.g. correctional officers) during certain
periods. Specify “controlled key switch” (CKS).
2. The optional LEDs are often wired to lock and door status switches (LSS & DPS) to indicate deadlocked and/or
unlocked door conditions (see the LSS standard feature of RRBLS electromechanical locks). Also, the LEDs can be
wired to illuminate when the key is turned in the clockwise (CW) or counterclockwise (CCW) directions only or one
LED can illuminate upon CW and the second upon CCW rotation.
KEYSW, 06-04
201040 Latch Keeper Switch
For use with RRBLS door mounted, key
operated mortise lock models 1040,1060
and 1070 to indicate engagement of the
latch in the keeper. It is recommended
that the 201040 be interconnected with
an RRBLS door position switch to reduce
the possibility of a false reading of latch
engagement with a door ajar. (Note:
Open door hand manipulation of the
201040 actuator paddle is an unavoidable
possibility.) All parts of the 201040 are of
stainless steel stampings. The switch
(form C) rating is 10 amps @ 250VAC.
When ordering, advise mating lock model
(i.e. 1040/1060 or 1070).
201040 Keeper switch
201028 Surface applied
pushbutton
24 Inch wood door
strike reinforcement
201010 Security
pushbutton
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Wood Door Strike Reinforcement
A strike reinforcement is recommended
when an RRBLS jamb mounted electromechanical lock is used with a solid core
wood door. This door edge mortise,
wrap-around design provides a rigid
metal mounting for the lock strike plate.
It enhances the strength of the wood
door locking assembly as compared to
direct screw attachment of the strike.
The standard unit is 24” long and fabricated from stainless steel for either a
1-3/4” or 2” thick door (specify). Custom
made lengths are available as specified.
201010 Tapered Housing Pushbutton
Switch
The 201010 pushbutton assembly
mounts in the doorframe lock pocket
opposite the key cylinder. Since there are
no exposed fasteners, it is irremovable
from the exterior. The 201010 was
designed originally for use in a correctional facility as an inmate cell door
unlock/guard call switch, in conjunction
with an RRBLS electromechanical lock.
However, it is applicable wherever its
unique mounting can be utilized to provide tamper resistance. The switch has
an encapsulated DPDT configuration with
a rating of 6 amps @ 120VAC and 4 amps
@ 24VDC. The wire leads are furnished
with quick disconnect plugs. Standard
switch holder finishes are ANSI 606
(US4) and ANSI 626 (US26D).
201044 Recessed Pushbutton Switch
The 201044 pushbutton assembly is
identical to the No. 201010 except that it
recess mounts into the frame. Note: The
frame supplier must provide an internal
welded-in-place mounting plate (see
schematic illustration over).
201028 Surface Mounted Pushbutton
Switch
The 201028 pushbutton assembly is
identical to the No. 201010 except that it
surface mounts with exposed fasteners,
ordinarily on the exterior trim of a door
frame. When ordering, specify Phillips or
pinned Torx head mounting plate screws.
201028 – Surface Applied Pushbutton
Wood Door Strike Reinforcement
24”Length
Stainless Steel
.375" Dia.
1.125" Dia. Clearance Hole in Frame
Mtg. Spacer (4)
Hole (4)
Drill and Tap for 6-32 Screw
1.25"
6.25"
12.00"
1.00"
2.00"
3.75"
201010 – Security Pushbutton
9.00"
.875"
.765" Dia. Hole
3.75"
.383"
.156" Dia. Hole
k
Loc
Mounting Hole
1.00" Dia.
Holder
12.00"
lt
Bo
6.25"
1.00"
.375"
1.187"
Switch Rating 6 amp
at 120 VAC or 28 VDC
Anti-Rotation Pin
.395" Dia. Stainless Steel Push Button
201044 – Security Pushbutton
12-24 x 3/4
Security Torx
FHMS (8)
1.75"
.125"
Typ.
201040 – Keeper Switch
12-24 Tap, (2) pls
.250" Thick Mounting Plate
By Others, Weld to Frame
Strike Plate for
Use with R.R. Brink
1070 Lock
4.125"
Drill & Tap for 10-24
Hex Head Bolt
Loc
kB
olt
2.062"
.160"
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Installation for
Use with R.R. Brink
1040, 1050, 1060 Locks
Note:
1. Consult factory for complete frame preparation
on all locking accessories. Do not use the
above drawings for construction.
LOCACC, 06-04, 1M
300012
Knob Pull
US26D Finish
300021
Grip Pull
US26D Finish
300011-C and 300011-B
Cast flush brass cup pull serves to
limit hand purchase, which could be
used to block or hold closed a door.
The 300011-C is employed typically
on the inmate side of a cell door and
attaches to reinforcement strips built
into the door. The 300011-B provides
back-to-back mounting for two side
flush cup pull applications. Available
in satin brass (US4, ANSI 606) and
satin chrome (US26D, ANSI 626)
finishes.
300012
Solid brass knob pull used as
“dummy” trim. Available in satin
brass (US4, ANSI 606) and satin
chrome (US26D, ANSI 626) finishes.
Mounts to reinforcement strips built
into the door.
300021
Cast stainless steel grip pull in satin
finish (US32D, ANSI 630). Typically
used on the corridor side of a cell
door and on both sides of corridor
connection and access doors.
300011
Flush Cup Pull
US26D Finish
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Note:
• Security fasteners are provided
with pulls.
• Plate mounted pulls and push
plates available by special order.
For swinging inmate room doors
in a detention facility, RR Brink
recommends the combination of the
300021 and the 300011-C for limited
300021
Grip Pull
leverage on room-side pull or the
300011-B for limited leverage on
both sides.
300012
Knob Pull
3/8-16 UNC thread
2.165
10-24 thread
1.082
7.750
1.875
Reinforcement strips in door
(by others) are required.
300011-C
Flush Cup Pull
on one side
1/4-20 UNC thread
Reinforcement strips in door
(by others) are required.
No exposed screws
on room side
300011-B
Flush Cup Pull
on both sides
3.000
2.500 cutout
.375 Dia. hole
.250
2.500 cutout
.250
.125
4.000
4.000
4.250 cutout
4.250 cutout
3.000
.125
Reinforcement strips in door
(by others) are required.
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Cutout and hole dimensions
are through door thickness.
Note: The above illustrations are for information
only. Do not use for construction. Consult R.R.
Brink Technical Service Personnel for templates
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PULLS 01-08
Heavy-Gauge, Detention Grade Hinges
#3 Access Panel Hinge
Application and Features
• Use with electrical and mechanical
system access panels or other
small doors.
• Fabricated from cold rolled steel.
• Pin welded in-place.
• Security fasteners included.
• Finish – primed for paint.
#3FP Food Pass Hinge
#3 Access Panel Hinge
#3FP Food Pass Hinge
Application and Features
• Use with cell door food pass
shutters. Stop added to the #3 hinge
limits shutter opening rotation to 90° to
form a shelf.
• Features same as #3 hinge.
#41/2 Institutional Full Mortise
Template Hinge
#4-1/2 Institutional Full
Mortise Template Hinge
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#5 Heavy Duty Prison Hinge
(Available with mounting holes)
Application and Features
• Use with conventional sized security
hollow metal doors.
• Cast stainless steel leaves and
welded in-place stainless steel
pin construction.
• Hospital tips and integral anti-shear
studs.
• Anti-friction bearings.
• Conforms to ANSI A156.7 template
dimensions.
• Meets ASTM F1758 Grade 1
requirements.
• Finish – US32D (BHMA 630) satin
stainless steel or USP - primed
for paint.
• Security fasteners standard.
• Through-wire, electric power transfer
model available 5 wire 18 awg
#5 Heavy Duty Prison Hinge
Application and Features
• Use with prison type grille and plate
doors – surface mount.
• Barrel and leaves fabricated from
cold rolled steel – welded assembly.
• Steel pin welded in-place.
• Anti-friction bearings.
• Standard finish USP – primed
for paint.
• Security fasteners standard.
• Leaves available with screw holes or
without to allow welding to door.
Heavy Gauge, Detention Grade Hinges
#3 Access Panel
Hinge
#3FP Food Pass
Hinge
.218
.385 Dia.
Hole (4)
.218
2.280
.625
4.000
.500
.625
2.000
3.000
1.327
#41/2 Institutional Full Mortise Template Hinge
#5 Heavy Duty Prison Hinge
Leaves available with
screw holes or without
to allow welding to door.
1.000
.375
.281
.508
Countersunk for
1/4-20 x 1/2"
FHMS, (8)
1.125
1.234
4.500
4.500
1.125
.188
5.000
6.000
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HINGES 09-09-14
Sliding Door Hanger and Track Assemblage
For Manual Sliding Doors and Fence Gates
Standard Features
(2 x
Do
or
Wi
dth
)+
3.0
”M
ini
mu
m
Adjustable
Door Stop
Cover
Door Hanger with Rollers (2)
Housing
7.00” Typical
4.00” Typical
Door
(Not Included)
7030D Mechanical
Lock Opening
(Lock and Mounting
Optional)
Door Receiver
Channel with
Dustbox (Optional)
Bottom
Door Guide
Channel
The 57100 assemblage consists of a sliding
door hanger/roller assembly, track
enclosure, and bottom guide built for durability and security. A typical application is for
police station holding cell doors, often in
combination with our 7030 mechanical or
5520 electromechanical locks.
• Construction features include:
7 gauge (3/16”) steel track housing
10 gauge (1/8”) steel removable
housing cover
1/4“ thick bent steel plate hanger
3/16” steel channel bottom guide
• Two rollers (2-3/4” diameter) turned
from a solid steel bar, hardened and
fitted with permanently lubricated steel
ball bearings.
• Eccentric roller cams allow for vertical
door adjustment.
• Door hanger and bottom guide are
designed for welding to the door for
optimal security.
• Bottom door guide channel completely
conceals floor mounted roller assembly.
• Housing cover attached with security
head fasteners.
• Standard housing accommodates door
openings from 2’-0” to 3’-0” wide.
Custom assemblies are available for
doors wider than 3 feet.
• Adjustable heavy duty door bumper
stops door movement in open position.
• Gray primer finish.
Bottom Door Guide
Optional Features
Door Hanger and Track Housing
Assemblage (with cover removed)
4.00”
Door
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Finished
Wall Line
7.00”
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0.25”
clearance
1.25”
1.50”
1.50”
Door
Typical Door Track
and Hanger Profile
Floor Anchors
by Others
• Adjustable spring action door starter.
• A single pole (SPDT) or double pole
(DPDT) door position switch.
• Adjustable shock absorber (HSA)
cushions the door when slammed
against receiver.
• Vertical door receiver channel.
• RRBLS lock – see 7030 & 7030D
mechanical and 5520 electromechanical
locks.
Ordering Information
• Door Size (width x height x thickness)
• Door Construction
(e.g. hollow metal, grille)
• Optional Features
• Consult factory with technical inquires
Bottom Door Guide
57100 – 09-18-07
Sliding Door Electric Unlock/Manual Move System
For Medium Security Housing Room Doors in Correctional Facilities
Model 57300ECP x K1S shown
m
mu
ini
Housing 8" x 12"
With Hinged Cover
& Hold Open
(2x
o
Do
)+
dth
i
rW
M
10"
4" X 4"
Electrical
Entry
Door
Hanger
For new construction, the locking mechanism for each
door is contained in a fabricated sheet steel housing
that wall mounts (see the 57300 schematic drawing at
left).
The 57300 must be specified to deadlock in the door
closed position only or when in both closed and opened positions. The latter feature is indicated when it is
desired to leave cell doors open during certain periods.
However, if an open door must first be unlocked either
by key or remotely from the control panel before it can
be closed and locked, it may impede the ability of a
correctional officer to deal with a recalcitrant inmate.
Typically, individual door remote electrical operation
of the 57300 is activated from a control room switch
console. Cell door rows can be controlled simultane
ously or in a pre-selected group. Limit switches located
on the mechanism plate serve to signal door condition
(i.e. closed/deadlocked or open/unlocked) by pilot
lights at the control panel.
A manual means is always provided to enable unlock
ing without electric power. For cell doors, a remote manual group release and/or individual door unlocking
from the horizontal housing via a tool are typical. Also,
individual manual cell door unlocking can be provided
via a cable linkage from a hip-high paracentric key lock
located in a door receiver pilaster. Likewise, individualelectric cell door unlocking can be provided via a hiphigh key switch located in a door receiver pilaster (see
ordering information below).
Unitary Design
Bottom Door Guide –
Wall Mounted
Bottom Lock Bar
Enclosure Tube
Door Receiver / Manual
Lock Pilaster (Optional)
Built for Durability
Bottom Door Guide Angle
Operation and Applications
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Electrical and mechanical parts associated with the
unlocking of a door are contained on a single plate that
is non-handed and, thus, easily replaced irrespective of
door travel direction. This feature allows the user to
stock one spare mechanism plate as a precaution
against a breakdown.
The 57300 is an electric release/manually moved sliding door locking system (a.k.a. “Kick Release Device”)
for medium security cells in a correctional institution.
Two point, concealed deadlocking is effected at the
edge of the door – top and bottom. When electrically
activated, the motorized mechanism unlocks a door
whereupon it is moved a few inches via a spring loaded plunger door starter, which also serves to dampen
the impact of a closing door. The door can then be fully
opened and closed manually. Upon closing, the door
deadlocks automatically. An adjustable rubber bumper
fixes the open door position.
All functional components of the 57300 are designed/
selected to provide a long life cycle consistent with the
frequent use and infrequent maintenance typical in
many correctional facility installations. Stamped steel
parts are electroplated for corrosion resistance. The
door rollers are of hardened steel fitted with perma
nently lubricated ball bearings.
The gearmotor and switches are standard products
of domestic manufacturers and are recognized by
independent testing laboratories. They are factory
wired to quick-disconnect plugs or terminal strips
allowing ease of replacement. The standard 57300 -unit
operates on 115VAC line voltage (24VDC is optional).
Component Specification
Ordering Information:
Standard (and optional) Door Locking and Operating Mechanism
Components
1. Consult R.R. Brink Locking Systems technical service personnel when plan
ning a 57300 installation. Provide door construction, size and approximate
weight. Unless otherwise agreed, it is the responsibility of the
R.R. Brink Locking Systems customer (e.g.contractor, end user)
to provide accurate field dimensions. Upon acceptance of an order, R.R.
Brink Locking Systems will prepare and issue a setting plan drawing for
customer approval prior to initial fabrication.
NOTICE: Unless specifically included by an RRBLS bill of material and/or
quotation, miscellaneous metalwork (e.g. masonry mounting plate embeds,
closure plates, and shims) is by others
2. The standard R.R. Brink Locking Systems product warranty is for one (1)
year from the project turnover date inclusive of defects in factory supplied
labor and material only and excludes operational failure due to faulty instal
lation labor by others and/or abusive use.
3. When ordering or specifying the 57300, indicate design choices:
* Line voltage (115VAC standard – 24VDC optional) * Door deadlocked when closed only or both closed and opened * Remote mechanical cell row (gang) release from an end-of-row cabinet
* Feature options, as follows:
a) No. 57300CD/F or U typically specified for cell doors with bent plate door
receiver (i.e. no vertical manual lock/door receiver pilaster) and mechanical door unlocking from the overhead horizontal mechanism housing. For
latter means, select either unlocking access from the front of the housing
via tool from a lockable port (suffix “F”) or via paracentric key from the
underside of the housing (suffix “U”). (Add a lockable mechanical release
cabinet(s) for a cell row(s) requiring all door remote mechanical unlocking. Add wire raceway(s) and, if required, harness(s) for a cell row(s) not
designed with individual conduit feeds.)
b) No. 57300ECP x K1S (or K2S) – with hip high manual paracentric key lock
release in front door receiver pilaster – keyed one (K1S) or two (K2S)
sides of doorway.
c) No. 57300ECP x K1S (or K2S) x 1KSC (or 2KSC) – same as b) with the
addition of a commercial cylinder key switch(s) on one or two sides of
doorway.
d) No. 57300ECP x K1S (or K2S) x 1KSM (or 2KSM) – same as b) with the
addition of a RRBLS mogul cylinder key switch(s) on one or two sides of
doorway.
e) No. 57300ECP x K1S (or K2S) x 1KSP (or 2KSP) – same as b) with the
addition of a RRBLS paracentric cylinder key switch(s) on one or two
sides of doorway.
• Mechanism Plate – steel plate (9” x 15” x 1/4”) contains all functional components for locking and indicating status of a door. The
assembly is non-handed and is easily accessible and removable.
• Gearmotor –standard 115VAC & 3 amp – (24VDC & 1 amp available)
• Track – cold drawn steel round (9/16” diameter) welded in place.
• Door hanger – 1/4” formed steel construction with 3/16” vertical
adjustment via eccentric bushings (2) and 1” horizontal slotted
adjustment to compensate for field misalignments.
• Door rollers – two turned steel wheels (2-3/4” O.D.) fitted with double shielded, permanently lubricated ball bearings. Attachment to
door carriage via a high tensile strength steel bolt/lock washer/hex
nut.
• Bottom door guide angle and wall guide – 1/4” thick steel
construction.
• Top lock bolt – 7/8” diameter stainless steel
• Bottom lock – cast iron body encloses 13/16” diameter stainless
steel locking ball.
• Door status indication switch – 15 amp @ 125/250VAC
Standard Mechanism Housing Material and Construction (w/ 57300)
• Horizontal housing – formed from 3/16” thick steel sheet. Openings
are baffled to block the insertion of foreign objects.
• Mechanism access cover – formed from 1/8” thick steel sheet and
hinged for easy access. Attachment to the horizontal housing is via
pinned Torx® security screws.
• Vertical lock bar enclosure – 10 gauge x 1-1/2” square steel tube
• Vertical door receiver/manual lock pilaster (furnished with manual
key and/or key switch release optional features) – formed from
3/16” sheet steel with 1/8” steel cover plates attached with pinned
Torx® security screws. Hard rubber bumpers (2) are incorporated in
the 10 gauge receiver surface to cushion the impact of a closing
door.
• Housing components – primed for paint.
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57300, 030217
Sliding Door Operator for New Installations
A High-Security Locking and Operating System for Correctional Facilities
Built for Durability
Model 57700ECP x K1S shown
Housing 10-1/2" x 14"
With Hinged Cover
(2x
)+
dth
i
rW
o
Do
Cover Prop
um
nim
i
0" M
1
Hinged Cover
4" X 4"
Electrical Entry
Door
Hanger
All functional components of the 57700 are designed/
selected to provide a long life cycle consistent with
the frequent use and infrequent maintenance typical
in many correctional facilities. Fabricated steel parts
are zinc electroplated for corrosion resistance.
The door rollers are of hardened steel and turn on
permanently lubricated ball bearings.
An R.R. Brink Locking Systems proprietary motor
controller and printed circuit relay board serve to
control door travel direction and speed. The drive train
is clutchless and door travel speed is adjustable
electronically by a mechanism plate dial. When a door
is blocked intentionally during travel, the pressing
force is factory set at approximately 40 lbs and there
is no potential for motor/drive train damage. It is
possible to reverse door travel direction continuously
and instantly without mechanism damage.
The motor, plug-in relays and switches are standard
products of domestic manufacturers and are
recognized by independent testing laboratories.
They are factory wired to quick-disconnect plugs or
terminal strips allowing ease of replacement. The
standard 57700 unit operates on 115VAC line voltage.
The gearmotor is a direct current, permanent magnet
type with right angle reducer utilizing permanently
lubricated bearings and gearbox. The gearhead power
output is 1/8 HP, which is sufficient to unlock and
move the weight of standard sized detention type
doors. The door is attached to the drive train at all
times and is never in a “free wheeling” condition.
Cover Prop
Remote Operation
Bottom Lock Bar
Enclosure Tube
Bottom Door Guide –
Wall Mounted
Door Receiver / Manual
Lock Pilaster (Optional)
Bottom Door Guide Angle
Applications
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The 57700 is used with new construction and for
complete replacement of existing sliding corridor and
cell door locking and operating devices. The locking
and operating mechanism is contained in fabricated
sheet steel housings that wall mount. (For retrofit
applications, refer to the 57700R catalog page.)
Unitary Design
Electrical and mechanical parts associated with the
locking and movement of a door are contained on a
single plate that is non-handed and, thus, easily
replaced irrespective of door travel direction. (This
feature allows the user to stock one spare
mechanism plate as a precaution against a
breakdown.) Two point, concealed deadlocking is
effected at the edge of the door – top and bottom –
in both the open and closed positions. An adjustable
rubber bumper fixes the open door position.
Typically, individual door remote electrical operation
of the 57700 is activated from a control room switch
console. A key switch can be provided for electric
control at the door. Cell door rows can be controlled
simultaneously or in a pre-selected group. Limit
switches located on the mechanism plate serve to
signal door condition (i.e. closed and deadlocked or
open/unlocked) by pilot lights at the control panel).
Manual Override
A manual means is always provided to enable
unlocking without electric power. With a corridor or
passage door, it is customary to provide a cable
linkage from a hip-high paracentric key lock located
in a front door receiver pilaster. With a cell row,
individual door unlocking via key or tool from the
horizontal mechanism housing and /or remote manual
all door (gang) unlocking from an end-of-row cabinet
are typical. When manually unlocked, either at the
door or remotely, the door can be moved easily by
hand pushing. Importantly, the door is not
disconnected from the drive train and, therefore, is
never in a frictionless or freewheeling condition
where slam force can inflict bodily injury to a person
in the doorway.
Component Specification Standard (and optional) Door Locking and Operating Mechanism Components
• Motor drive/lock mechanism plate and door hanger/rack assembly.
U.S. Patent No. 6,585,303.
• Mechanism Plate – zinc electroplated steel plate (9” x 15” x 1/4”) contains
all functional components for locking, operating and indicating status of a
door. The assembly is non-handed and is easily accessible and removable.
• Gearmotor –standard 115VAC & 5 amp.
• Rack and pinion drive standard.
• Electric door controls – Door movement speed is adjustable via a mechanism plate knob (rheostat). Trimpots are provided to improve motor speed
regulation and to set motor torque (i.e. a door’s pressing force). An electromechanical clutch and/or mechanical torque limiter are not employed.
• Track – hardened steel round (9/16” diameter) welded in place.
• Door hanger – 1/4” formed steel construction with 3/16” vertical adjustment via eccentric bushings (2) and 1” horizontal slotted adjustment to
compensate for field misalignments.
• Door rollers – two solid steel wheels (cell door 2-3/4” O.D., corridor door
3-3/4” O.D.) fitted with double shielded, permanently lubricated ball bearings. Attachment to door carriage via a high tensile strength steel bolt/lock
washer/hex nut. Tandem roller assemblies provided for ≥ 450lb door.
• Bottom door guide angle and wall guide – 1/4” thick steel construction.
• Top lock bolt – 7/8” diameter stainless steel
• Bottom lock – cast iron body encloses 13/16” diameter stainless steel
locking ball.
• Door status indication switch – 15 amp @ 125/250VAC
• Vertical door receiver/manual lock pilaster (optionally furnished with a
manual paracentric key and/or electric key switch hip-high unlock control) –
formed from 10 ga. sheet steel with 10 ga. steel cover plates attached with
pinned Torx ® security screws. Hard rubber bumpers (2) are incorporated in
the receiver surface to cushion the impact of a closing door.
• Housing sheet metal – primed for paint. standard. Zinc electroplate (electrogalvanize) finish available when specified (e.g. exterior installations).
Standard Mechanism Housing Material and Construction
• Horizontal housing – formed from 3/16” thick steel sheet. Openings are
baffled to block the insertion of foreign objects.
• Mechanism access cover – formed from 1/8” thick steel sheet, hinged
for easy access and provided with hold-open cover props. Attachment to
the horizontal housing is via pinned Torx ® security screws. (Optionally, a
common lock bar operated from a remote mechanical release cabinet can
secure cell row housing covers.)
• Vertical lock bar enclosure – 10 ga. x 1-1/2” square steel tube
CERTIFICATIONS
•The Model 57700 complies with all test standards
(Grade 1 where applicable) set forth in ASTM F1643 –
“Standard Test Methods for Detention Sliding Door Locking
Device Assembly.” Copies of the independent third party testing laboratory certification reports are available on request.
•Fire Rated to 3 Hour per UL10B
Ordering Information:
1. Consult R.R. Brink Locking Systems, Inc. (RRBLS) technical service personnel
when planning a 57700 installation. Provide door construction, size and
approximate weight including glazing (door width and weight limit ≤ 6’-0”
and 1000lbs, respectively - not suitable for vehicle gates). A door 450lb to
1000lb requires special reinforcement. Unless otherwise agreed, it is the
responsibility of the RRBLS customer (e.g. contractor, end user) to provide
accurate field dimensions. Upon acceptance of an order, RRBLS will
prepare and issue a setting plan drawing for customer approval prior
to initial fabrication.
NOTICE: Unless specifically included by an RRBLS bill of material and/or
quotation, miscellaneous metalwork (e.g. masonry mounting plate embeds,
closure plates, and shims) is by others.
2. The standard RRBLS product warranty is the earliest of one (1) year from
the project turnover date or eighteen months from shipment date inclusive
of defects in factory supplied labor and material only and excludes
operational failure due to faulty installation labor by others and/or abusive
use (see the RRBLS Product Warranty Policy catalog page).
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60404
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Email: rbrink@rrbrink.com
3. When ordering or specifying the 57700, indicate feature options as follows:
a) No. 57700CD/F or U typically specified for cell doors with bent plate door
receiver (i.e. no vertical manual lock/door receiver pilaster) and mechanical
door unlocking from the overhead horizontal mechanism housing. For latter
means, select either unlocking access from the front of the housing via tool
from a lockable port (suffix “F”) or via paracentric key from the underside of
the housing (suffix “U”). (Add a lockable mechanical release cabinet(s) for
a cell row(s) requiring all door remote mechanical unlocking. Add wire
raceway(s) and, if required, harness(s) for a cell row(s) not designed with
individual conduit feeds.)
b) No. 57700ECP x K1S (or K2S) – usually specified for corridor/entrance
doors with hip high manual paracentric key lock release in front door
receiver pilaster – keyed one (K1S) or two (K2S) sides of doorway.
c) No. 57700ECP x K1S (or K2S) x 1KSC (or2KSC) – same as b) with the
addition of a commercial cylinder key switch(s) on one or two sides
of doorway.
d) No. 57700ECP x K1S (or K2S) x 1KSM (or 2KSM) – same as b) with the
addition of a RRBLS mogul cylinder key switch(s) on one or two sides
of doorway.
e) No. 57700ECP x K1S (or K2S) x 1KSP (or 2KSP) – same as b) with the
addition of a RRBLS paracentric cylinder key switch(s) on one or two sides
of doorway.
57700 – 03-04-14
Medium Security Automatic Deadlocking
Electromechanical Chain Link Fence Gate Lock
A compact electric or key operated lock for swinging chain link fence gates
8030 gate lock shown in closed position
Application
The 8030 is a medium-duty electromechanical lock
for remote controlled electrical and manual key
unlocking of a chain link fence gate. Deadlocking
is automatic when the gate is closed manually.
Electrical actuation is via a 24VDC solenoid and
manual unlocking is by a standard mortise key
cylinder supplied by either the factory or the user
(e.g. master keyed to an existing system). The 8030
can provide the convenience of remote controlled
unlocking for a range of medium security gate locking applications from industrial and institutional
enclosures to residential sites. It complements
controlled access systems (e.g. card reader and
touch pad actuators) where a low voltage/power
lock is a requisite.
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RR BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60431
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
Since chain link fence construction varies,
RR Brink Locking Systems, Inc. suggests
consulting with the factory for each
application. Please verify the diameter
of fence and gate posts prior to contacting
the factory.
The 8030 gate lock can be modified for
surface application — consult factory.
The 8030 consists of a lock housing designed for
fence post mounting. A mating strike enclosure
mounts on the gate post and shields the lock front
and bolt when the gate is closed. All parts are of
corrosion resistant materials (i.e. brass, stainless
steel, and galvanized steel). An integral lock status
switch provides positive indication of a deadlocked
or unlocked bolt via a pilot light and/or alarm circuit.
• Key operation of the 8030 is by a commercial pin
tumbler cylinder. This feature facilitates the use
of owner-supplied cylinders keyed to an existing
system. Specify one or two side keying.
• After initial installation, caulking of the lock
enclosure is recommended for weather proofing.
Also, at installations subject to freezing conditions, a resistance-heating strip mounted to the
internal lock case is recommended to prevent
icing of the lock mechanism.
Standard Features
• Electric unlocking actuated by a 24VDC solenoid
(1.4 amp in-rush, 0.3 amp seated).
• Manual key operation by a standard mortise
cylinder (1-1/8” long) with “Yale” cam and
furnished by either the factory or end user.
Can be specified for one (K1S) or two (K2S) side
keying. Optional factory key cylinder (FKC) is
available, see Optional Feature below.
• Lock status switch provides positive indication
of a deadlocked bolt (125/250VAC, 5 amp, SPDT)
• Steel lock enclosure and mounting components
with electroplated finish. Lock working parts are
non-ferrous or stainless steel.
• Lock and strike enclosure mounting brackets
are adjustable for 2” to 5” O.D. fence post and
1-1/2” to 4-1/2” O.D. gate post, respectively.
(A nominal 2-1/2” gap between fence and gate
posts is required.)
• Field wiring is to quick disconnect plug for ease
of installation and maintenance.
Medium Security Automatic Deadlocking Electromechanical
Chain Link Fence Gate Lock
Note: This illustration is for information only. Do
not use for construction. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Consult RR Brink
Technical Service Personnel for templates.
Standard Operation
With electrical control by a momentary switch,
the lock bolt will retract (unlock) when power is
applied. The latch will stay in the retracted
(unlocked) position until power is interrupted when
it will project and the gate can be closed and
deadlocked automatically. Mechanical unlocking
is by key at all times.
Optional Feature
• Factory supplied key cylinder (FKC) – high
security mortise brand
Fence post brackets may be welded
to fence posts for added security.
Ordering Information (required)
When ordering the 8030 Gate Lock please specify the following:
• Lock hand (see “Hand of Locks” page)
• One or two side keying – K1S or K2S
• Outside diameter of gate (GOD) and fence (FOD) posts
• Optional feature - Factory supplied key cylinder – FKC
Example: 8030 x FKC x K1S x LHR x 4.0”FOD x 2.0”GOD
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RR BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60431
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
8030, 09-03
High-Security Electromechanical
Chain Link Fence Gate Lock
Heavy-duty construction for remote and/or manual key operation
The 8050 gate lock is shown above in a closed
position. When the gate is closed, the locking bolt
is completely concealed and the gate and fence
are interlocked.
Since chain link fence construction varies,
R.R. Brink Locking Systems, Inc. suggests
consulting with the factory for each
application. Please verify the diameter
of fence and gate posts prior to contacting
the factory.
The 8050 gate lock can be modified for
surface application — consult factory.
Application
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60431
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
The 8050 is a heavy-duty electromechanical lock
for a swinging chain link fence gate. Standard
electrical operation is by a 120VAC solenoid and
manual operation is by a pin-tumbler key cylinder.
The 8050 is recommended for high security gate
locking at institutional, industrial, commercial and
governmental buildings.
The 8050 consists of a lock enclosure designed for
fence mounting. A mating gate mounted strike
enclosure serves to shield the lock front and bolt
when the gate is closed.
As a unique feature when the gate is closed, holes
in the strike housing engage with studs in the lock
enclosure providing an interlocked connection
between the gate and fence to prevent spreading.
All parts are of corrosion-resistant materials (i.e.
brass, stainless steel, and galvanized steel). An
integral lock status switch provides positive indication of a deadlocked or unlocked bolt via a pilot
light and/or alarm circuit.
Key operation is by either a commercial pin-tumbler
or prison “Mogul” cylinder. This feature facilitates
the use of owner-supplied cylinders keyed to an
existing system. Specify one or two side (with key
cylinder extension) keying.
After initial installation, caulking of the lock
enclosure is recommended for weather proofing.
Also, at installations subject to freezing conditions, a resistance-heating strip mounted to the
internal lock case is recommended to prevent icing
of the lock mechanism.
Standard Features
• Electric unlocking actuated by a 120VAC
solenoid (10 amp in-rush, 1.2 amp seated).
• Manual key operation by a standard mortise
cylinder (1-1/8” long) with “Yale” cam and
furnished by either the factory or end user.
• One or two side keying – see optional factory
key cylinder (FKC), and key cylinder extension
(KCE).
• Lock status switch provides positive indication
of a deadlocked bolt.
• Steel lock enclosure and mounting components
with electroplated finish. Lock working parts are
non-ferrous or stainless steel.
• Lock and strike enclosure mounting brackets
are adjustable for 2-1/2” to 5” O.D. fence post
and 2” to 4” O.D. gate post, respectively.
• Field wiring is to quick-disconnect plug for ease
of installation and maintenance.
High-Security Electromechanical Chain Link Fence Gate Lock
Note: This illustration is for information only.
Do not use for construction. Specifications
are subject to change without notice.
Consult R.R. Brink Technical Service Personnel
for templates.
Specify O.D. for gate
and fence posts.
Fence post must be
4” minimum O.D.
Standard Operation
• With electrical control by a momentary switch,
the lock bolt will retract (unlock) when power
is applied. The latch will stay in the retracted
(unlocked) position until the gate is opened
when it will project and the gate can be closed
and deadlocked automatically. Mechanical
unlocking by key at all times.
Optional Features
• Factory supplied key cylinder (FKC) – specify
standard mortise or Mogul (see Key Cylinder
catalog page).
• Key cylinder extension (KCE) – required for two
sided keying or for key operation on fence post
side opposite the lock mounting. Specify outside
diameter of fence post (4” O.D. minimum
required). Consult factory if fence post outside
diameter is not 4".
• Motor operation (M) – specify for maintained
switch control when a gate is to be unlocked
(i.e. latch bolt held retracted) for extended
periods (see MSLH on “Motor Lock Function”
catalog page). Available voltages – 24VDC
and 120VAC.
Fence post brackets may be welded
to fence posts for added security.
Ordering Information (required)
When ordering the 8050 Gate Lock please specify the following:
• Lock Hand (see “Hand of Locks” catalog page)
• One or two side keying – K1S or K2S
• Outside diameter of gate (GOD) and fence (FOD) posts
• Optional features
Example: 8050 x LHR x FKC-standard x 3.0” GOD x 4.0” FOD x KCE
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60431
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
8050, 06-04, 1M
8055 Gate Lock
High Security Electromechanical Automatic Deadlock
Heavy-duty, remote or manually operated gate lock for sliding chain link
fence gate
8055 gate lock shown in closed and deadlocked
position. When the gate is closed, the locking bolt
is completely concealed.
Since Chain link fence construction varies,
R.R. Brink Locking Systems, Inc. suggests
consulting with the factory for each
application. Please verify the diameter of
fence and gate posts prior to contacting
the factory.
The 8055 gate lock may be modified for
surface application — consult factory.
Application
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60431
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
The 8055 is a heavy-duty electromechanical lock for a sliding chain link fence gate.
Standard electrical operation is by a
120VAC solenoid and manual operation is
by a pin tumbler key cylinder. The 8055
is recommended for high security gate
locking at institutional, industrial,
commercial and governmental buildings.
The 8055 consists of a lock enclosure
designed for fence mounting. A mating
gate mounted strike enclosure serves to
shield the lock front and hook bolt when
the gate is closed.
All parts are of corrosion resistant
materials (i.e. brass, stainless steel,
and galvanized steel). An integral lock
status switch provides positive indication
of a deadlocked or unlocked bolt via a
pilot light and/or alarm circuit.
Key operation is by either a commercial
pin tumbler or prison “Mogul” cylinder.
This feature facilitates the use of ownersupplied cylinders keyed to an existing
system. Specify one or two side (with
optional key cylinder extension) keying.
After initial installation, caulking of the lock
enclosure is recommended for weather
proofing. Also, at installations subject to
freezing conditions, a resistance-heating
strip mounted to the internal lock case is
recommended to prevent icing of the lock
mechanism.
Standard Features
• Remotely controlled electrical operation by a
120 VAC solenoid (10 ampere inrush, 1.2 ampere
seated).
• Fitted for manual unlocking from one or two
sides by a standard mortise key cylinder. This
facilitates integration into an existing key
system. (Factory supplied key cylinders are
optionally available.)
• A lock status switch serves to indicate a deadlocked bolt via a control panel pilot light.
• A motor control switch (MCS) allows electrical
coordination of the 8055 with a power gate
operator where an unlock and door movement
sequence is mandatory.
• A plug connector allows for easy electrical
hookup and disconnect.
• Interior lock parts are of stainless and
electroplated steel.
• The lock and strike mountings are of fabricated
steel and electroplated for corrosion resistance.
• The mountings are adjustable for a 3” to 5-1/2”
O.D. fence post and 1-1/2” to 3” O.D. gate post.
The allowable horizontal clearance between the
fence and gate posts is 2-7/8” to 4”.
8055 Gate Lock
High Security Electromechanical Automatic Deadlock
Specify O.D. for gate and
fence posts. The mountings are adjustable for a
3” to 5-1/2” O.D. fence
post and 1-1/2” to 3” O.D.
gate post.
Standard Operation
• With electrical control by a momentary switch,
the bolt will rotate to the unlocked position with
application of power. The bolt will remain
unlocked until the gate is opened at which point
it will be released to the latching position and
the gate can be closed and deadlocked automatically. Mechanical unlocking is by key.
Optional Features
• Factory supplied key cylinder (FKC) – specify
standard mortise or Mogul (see Key Cylinder
catalog page).
• Motor operation (M) – specify for maintained
switch control when a gate is to be unlocked
(i.e. latch bolt held retracted) for extended
periods (see MSLH on “Motor Lock Function”
catalog page). Available voltages – 24VDC
and 120VAC.
Note: This illustration is for information only.
Do not use for construction. Specifications are
subject to change without notice. Consult R.R.
Brink Technical Service Personnel for templates.
Fence post brackets may be
welded to fence posts for
added security.
Ordering Information
When ordering the 8055 Gate Lock please specify
the following:
• if factory is to supply key cylinder (standard
mortise FKC or Mogul )
• if the lock is to be keyed one or both sides
• the hand (see “Hand of Locks” page)
Example: 8055 – FKC – keyed one side – RH
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R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road • Shorewood, IL 60431
Tel: 815-744-7000 • Fax: 815-744-7020
www.rrbrink.com
8055, 03-04
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