101275

101275
101275
November 12, 2010
Detex Corporation, 302 Detex Drive, New Braunfels, Texas 78130-3045
(830)629-2900 / 1-800-729-3839 / Fax (830)620-6711
E-MAIL: detex@detex.com
INTERNET: www.detex.com
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR DETEX VALUE SERIES® V40 RIM PANIC HARDWARE,
FV40 RIM FIRE EXIT HARDWARE AND "H" MODELS (HURRICANE)
L9 = Less 9v Battery
SI = Status Indicator "ON"
FV40 / V40 x EB, EH, EHxR, EX
RIM
Parts Check List
Fillerplate SubAssembly
Endcap
P/N: 101822
Centercase/Pushpad SubAssembly
P/N: 104350-X
Endcap Bracket
Plastic Template
Use for ease of installation
P/N: 101844
Mounting plate
Subassembly
P/N: 100696-1
Latchbolt Monitoring
Centercase Assembly
P/N: 104354
Pushpad Wrap
P/N: 101810-X (3-0)
P/N: 101815-X (4-0)
Fillerplate SubAssembly
(Electrified Models)
Centercase Cover
P/N: 101805-1
P/N: 104358-X
P/N: 101821
Hex Nut
P/N: 100783
9V Battery
P/N: PP-5567
99 Strike *, P/N: 100855-2
Fillerplate Subassembly (EX x LD)
Non-Roller Strike
Strike Shim
Standard
Plastic Template
P/N: 104357-1 (3-0)
P/N: 104357-3 (4-0)
P/N: 100234-1
P/N: 100088
P/N: 100212
Fillerplate SubAssembly (EX x HD)
98 Strike *, P/N: 100855-1
Mortise Strike
Mortise
Strike Shim
Hex Key
P/N: 100450
P/N: 104355-1 (3-0)
P/N: 104355-3 (4-0)
2" Narrow Stile
Plastic Template
Fillerplate SubAssembly (EX x CD)
P/N: 100480
P/N: 100482
Hex Nut
P/N: 100783
P/N: 101899
P/N: 104356-1 (3-0)
P/N: 104356-3 (4-0)
Strike Shield
P/N: 100481
Note: Parts listed above will vary
according to product configuration.
U.S. PATENT NUMBERS:
6009732
6205825B1
6532777B2
INTERNATIONAL PATENT NUMBER:
PCT6009732
*Narrow Stile "NS" option
Mortise cylinder not included with device.
Standard Yale type cam required.
Owner's Copy
101275 Page 1
See
Optional Accessories
For:
- Glass Bead Kit
- Sex Nuts
- Tamper Kit
- Double Door Strike Kit
- Key Stop Kit
- Narrow Stile Kit
!!!CHECK BEFORE STARTING!!!
Wide Stile (Surface Strike)
Minimum door stile 4-1/2" (114 mm)
Template drawings provide door and frame
structural and dimensional specifications for
door and frame preparation.
Narrow Stile
Doors and frames with walls having a structural thickness (metal skin
plus reinforcement, or solid wood) to engage less than (3) full
screw threads, are considered unreinforced for hardware.
Unreinforced Doors: Use Sex Nuts and Bolts
Unreinforced Frames: Use Blind Rivet Nuts (see sketch)
Fasteners for unreinforced openings are not supplied by Detex.
Reinforcement
Reinforced door or
frame engages at
least (3) screw
threads.
Minimum door stile 2" (51mm)
Surface strike possible
Mortise strike recommended
Blind Rivet Nut
Door Skin
X
X
X
X
Door Must Swing Freely
Door Must Not be Warped
Door Must Not Bind
Door Must Not Sag
NOTE: 750mm MAXIMUM DOOR WIDTH OPENING FOR EUROPE FOR 36" DEVICE
(1000mm MAXIMUM DOOR WIDTH OPENING FOR EUROPE FOR 48" DEVICE)
THE SAFETY FEATURES OF THIS PRODUCT ARE ESSENTIAL TO ITS COMPLIANCE WITH EN 1125.
NO MODIFICATION OF ANY KIND, OTHER THAN THOSE DESCRIBED IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE PERMITTED.
RHR Door
Horizontal
Reference
LHR Door
Face
Stop Face
C
L
40"
RHR Door
Inside Face
Finished
Floor
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LHR Door
Inside Face
Fastener Table
Tap Wrench
Drill Bit
Comments
Use Either Machine Screws, Sheetmetal Screws,
or Sex Nuts
Machine Screws
#6-32 x 5/8"
PFH
#36 or 7/64
-----
#6-32 x 3/8"
PFH
#10-24 x 5/8"
PFH
#1/4-20 x 1/4"
PPH
#6-32 Tap
Used on 98 Strike Shield Mounting Holes
-----
#25 or 9/64"
Used to Mount Centercase Cover and Endcap
#10-24 Tap
Used on 99 Strike Center Mounting Hole
-----
-----
Used to Fasten Centercase Unit onto Mounting plate
Used on Strike, Mounting plate, and Endcap Mounting Holes
#1/4-20 x 1"
PPH
#7 or 13/64"
#1/4-20 Tap
#6 x 1"
PFH
9/64"
-----
Used on 98 Strike Shield Mounting Holes
#10 x 1"
PFH
-----
Used on 99 Strike Center Mounting Hole
-----
Metal Applications
Used on Strike, Mounting plate, and Endcap Mounting Holes
9/32" Interior Door Face
-----
----
3/8" Exterior Door Face
-----
Recommended on Fire Rated Wood and
Unreinforced Hollow Metal Doors
Used on Mounting plate and Endcap Mounting Holes
----
13/64" Interior Door Face
-----
----
5/16" Exterior Door Face
-----
Sheetmetal Screws
Self-drilling Screws
#14 x 1"
Sex Nut
#1/4-20
#10-32
No pilot hole necessary for
self-drilling screws
PPH
----
Note: (1) Fastener selection will vary per catalog configuration and kits ordered.
(2) Mortise Cylinder NOT Provided.
Tools Required
Power Drill
Pencil
Hack Saw
Safety Glasses
Hammer
Level
Tape Measure
Screw Driver
Center Punch
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Recommended on Fire Rated Wood and
Unreinforced Hollow Metal Doors
Used on Strike Hook Mounting Holes
Mounting plate
hole
2
3
If necessary, remove
label temporarily
to mark trim hole
Strike holes
1
Mounting plate Hole
Slide 99 strike locator
into mounting plate.
Mark mounting plate
and strike holes
(if using a 98 strike, see
98 STRIKE INSTALLATION page)
4
Punch marked
holes
5
Mounting plate holes (2)
For 1/4-20 machine screws drill #7 holes.
Trim input hole
For #14 self-drilling screws no pilot holes
if necessary.
necessary.
(see outside
trim instructions) For sex nuts drill 3/8" holes.
(see fastener table)
RECOMMENDED
Mark centerline
for unit
40 inches above
finished floor
Strike holes (2)
For 1/4-20 machine screws
drill #7 holes
No pilot hole necessary
for #14 self-drilling screws
(see fastener table)
6
Fasten tightly with
lockwashers and
1/4-20x1" machine
screws or #14
self-drilling screws
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Fasten loosely with
two 1/4-20x1" machine
screws or #14
self-drilling screws
Position cam as shown
Insert centercase into slots
of centercase mounting plate,
depress pushpad, rotate
toward door.
DOOR
1
2
Fasten rim device
to mounting plate
with 1/4-20 x 1/4" PPH
MUST BE INSTALLED!
Peel off backing
to expose tape.
3
Install Pushpad Wrap.
Verify wrap is secured
by snapping in place.
IMPORTANT:
When using Pushpad Wrap with text
verify handing before installing wrap.
(LHR handing shown)
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CHECKING FOR DEVICE CLEARANCE
(Cut-Off procedure if required)
Slide endcap assembly
onto extrusion
1
Align fillerplate
FLUSH to extrusion
prior to cutting
2
Secure
with
tape
CAUTION:
Check for device & door
frame clearance. If no
cut-off needed, proceed to
MORTISE CYLINDER INSTALLATION
Type
Electrified
model
EX
Protect wires
during cutting
3
Length
36" Unit
48" Unit
2 in
8 in
6 in
Install battery
(where required)
12 in
Cut fillerplate & extrusion to
desired length*
Procedures for Maximum Cut Down Lengths
Caution Required-Special Handling
(Call factory at (800) 729-3839 for assistance)
1
REMOVE electronics
prior to cut down
Align fillerplate
FLUSH to extrusion
prior to cutting
2
Secure
with
tape
Max. Cut-Off
Length (L) inches
36" Unit
4"
Protect wires
during cutting
3
4
48" Unit
10"
Cut fillerplate & extrusion to
desired length*
5
Battery
Reassemble electronics
after cutting.
Electronics may extend
beyond edge of cut fillerplate.
REMOVE battery clip
for CUT-OFF lengths
longer than the standard
cut-off length
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Place battery in endcap.
Battery should not contact
circuit board.
MORTISE CYLINDER INSTALLATION
Refer to switch options pages
1
Longer cylinder
Cylinder collar optional (see note 3)
(Detex p/n: ECL-1595)
Slide/remove
the fillerplate
subassembly
Wave Washer
(Detex p/n: 105124)
2
Wave Washer
(Detex p/n: 105124)
See View A
Adjust for LONGER cylinder
length with spacers (provided)
and cylinder collar (not included)
Install mortise
cylinder with
hex nut provided
CAUTION:
Tighten with hand
tools only. Do not
overtighten
NOTE:
(1) All cylinder spacers must be used.
(2) Turn key max CCW before
installing slide in fillerplate.
(3) Use a cylinder collar when installing
a 7-pin mortise cylinder.
(4) Reinstall fillerplate subassembly
For Latch Bolt Monitoring (LBM) units only
Install cable assembly
View A
PRECAUTIONARY NOTE:
Be careful when installing fillerplate assembly not to damage cable
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1
2
Slide fillerplate & endcap bracket into
extrusion & level pushpad assembly.
Note: Endcap Bracket must bottom-out
on extrusion. DO NOT REMOVE
NYLON SPACER ON BACK OF
BRACKET!
3
With pushpad assembly level,
secure the endcap bracket to door
by tightening the factory installed
self-drilling screw.
4
For 1/4-20 machine screws drill #7 holes.
For #14 self-drilling screws no pilot holes
necessary.
For sex nuts drill 3/8" holes.
see HARDWIRE TRANSFER OPTIONS page
IMPORTANT:
Install (2) 6-32 FH Screws
for added security
5
Slide and mount endcap
to endcap bracket with two
1/4-20x1" PPH machine screws
or #14 self-drilling screws.
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN
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For Hurricane Models
(see Hurricane kit)
1
Fasten rim device to mounting
plate and door with 1/4-20x1"
machine screws(drill #7 holes)
or #14 self-drilling screws
2
Align the 99 strike with
the latchbolt.
Firmly tighten screws
(use shim if necessary)
Deadlatch
99 strike
3
Note:
Check device function and
strike engagement BEFORE
marking and drilling for
center screw.
Mark and drill center hole.
9/64" for 10-24 machine
screws.
No pilot hole necessary
for #10 self-drilling screws.
(see fastener table)
Secure the 99 strike.
4
Care and Maintenance:
The Detex Value Series® devices are designed to provide many years of
maintenance free service under normal usage. Periodically inspect and lubricate
the unit to extend its life.
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Install cover with 6-32
machine screws. Tighten
with hand tools only.
SWITCH OPTIONS
Switch selections must be made before applying power or installing battery (See Figure 1)
See Table 3
(jumper w/L9)
Table 1
Status Description
Off (factory set)
The Device gives no indication of armed or disarmed status.
See
Table 2
The Device flashes red or green LED every 3 seconds.
Red indicates armed status and green indicates disarmed.
On
Dis Lo
ON
Status Indicator
Bat
ON
Unit sounds alarm as long as door is open.
Alarm turns off 2 minutes after door is closed
Off
ON
Table 3 (EH models only) Note: AC power must be applied
See Table 1
Disable Low Battery Status Description
Off (factory set)
The device flashes one red LED and one beep about every 45 seconds
The Device gives no indication of battery being low.
On
1
4
2
5
3
6
Figure 1
J1
(see Table 5)
P1 detail
J2
Figure 3
Battery Connector
(Standard)
Table 5 (P1 wire usage)
Remote Signal
Pin 1
STATUS
INDICATOR
Alarm sounds until turned off with key.
Extended bypass is enabled.
On (factory set)
Disable
AUTO REARM
Table 2
Auto Rearming Feature Setting
Disable Auto rearm
Brown
Remote Bypass
Common
Pin 4
Violet
N.O. contact
N.O. contact
Pin 2
Yellow
Normally Open
Pin 5
Violet
Pin 3
Gray-Green
Normally Closed
Pin 6
----
P1 (see Fig. 3)
P2
12/24V AC/DC External Supply
(black wire)
Bypass/Remote Signal
(EHxR)
Protect wires
Figure 2
----
Wiring Detail
Contacts rated at 1.0A @ 30VDC or 0.5A @ 125VAC
V40 EX, EXxW, EXV & EXVxW Wiring Assemblies
Fillerplate subassembly
Endcap bracket
Endcap
Install armored cable kit
(if required)
EX, EXxW (0.1A) for
signaling applications
Wire Color
Connection
Brown
Gray
Yellow
Common
Closed
Open
EXV (3A), EXVxW (5A) for
power applications
Wire Color
Brown/Red
Gray/Red
Yellow/Red
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Connection
Common
Closed
Open
L9SI SWITCH OPTIONS
L9 = Less 9v battery
SI = Status indicator
Switch selections must be made before applying power.
L9SI factory presets
Status Indicator
Disable Auto rearm
On
The Device flashes red or green LED every 3 seconds.
On
Alarm sounds until turned off with key.
Disable Low Battery Jumper (No battery or leads on device)
Dis Lo Bat
Disable Auto Alarm
ON
STATUS
INDICATOR
ON
Disable
AUTO REARM
Dis Lo
Status
Figure 1
J1
12/24V AC/DC External Supply
(black wire)
Figure 2
EH wiring detail
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P1
Protect wires
Bat
HARDWIRE TRANSFER OPTIONS
(EH and EHxR models)
(Requirements: Minimum 6 Conductor Wires, Maximum 12 Conductor Wires)
Power Transfer Endcap Prep
Electric Hinge Endcap Prep
Electric Hinge
Order by finish
p/n: EWH8-X
Power Transfer
Wire chase through door
p/n: PT-5
Wire chase through door
1/2" Hole through the
inside door face
1/2" Hole through the
inside door face
Note: For high traffic areas an electric through-wire hinge or power transfer is recommended.
VALUE SERIES FLEX CONDUIT INSTALLATION
1
2
Adjust for handing
(LHR shown)
Drill 7/8" hole
through center guide
Value Series Flex
Conduit/End Cap Kit
p/n: FCV
3
4
Fasten until
hand-tight
Note: For high traffic areas an electric through-wire hinge or power transfer is recommended.
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ALARM OPERATIONS
Refer to SWITCH OPTIONS pages
Deadlatch
= On
= Off
PushPad
Red LED
Siren
Figure 2
Deadlatch detail
For LBM models only:
push and hold deadlatch while
performing unit arming test.
Figure 1
Device features
(LHR shown)
Mortise
Cylinder
Green LED
SPECIAL NOTES and DEFINITIONS
1. The door needs to be closed to test the unit.
2. When operating the ON/OFF switch, there is a slight delay.
3. The key is inserted and removed only in the horizontal position (home position).
4. Key function: counter clockwise (CCW) = Armed; clockwise (CW) = Disarmed.
5. Arming delay mode and auto rearm timers vary by order.
6. The power needs to be removed to register changes in the slide switches.
a. Status Indicator (This will affect battery life)
b. Disable Auto Rearm
c. Dis Lo Bat INDicator (EH units only)
UNIT ARMING TEST:
1. Turn key counterclockwise (CCW) (key is removable after rotating back to horizontal position).
2. Red LED will flash twice, then green LED will illuminate for the 15 second delay time, then turn off.
The siren will sound three short beeps indicating the unit is armed.
3. Depress Pushpad (Siren will sound and red LED will illuminate)
4. Turn key clockwise (CW). Turns alarm off.
LOW BATTERY ALERT:
1. Siren will beep and red LED will blink at approximately 45 second intervals when battery is low.
DOGGING FEATURE: (non-fire rated units only)
1. Depress Pushpad.
2. While holding Pushpad depressed, turn key clockwise (CW). Pushpad should remain depressed.
(Key is removable after rotating back to horizontal position)
3. Unit is now disarmed.
STATUS INDICATOR
1. Slide the switch to ON and apply power.
2. If the unit is armed, the red LED will blink every 3 seconds.
3. If the unit is disarmed, the green LED will blink every 3 seconds.
Disable AUTO REARM
1. When the unit is in full alarm and the door closes, the alarm will shut off after 2 minutes.
Care and Maintenance:
The Detex Value Series® devices are designed to provide many years of maintenance free service
under normal usage. Periodically inspect and lubricate the unit to extend its life.
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V40 EB/EH and LBM Troubleshooting Tips for Default Setting
EB/EH (Bar Monitoring)
PROBLEMS
PROBABLE CAUSE
ACTION
Dead or weak battery.
Install new battery, LED's should flash and the
siren beep once.
Battery not secured to connector
correctly.
Secure battery correctly.
Slide switches not in default mode.
Set switch to defalut and reconnect power.
Outside trim not correctly installed.
Check outside trim (if applicable). See trim
instructions.
When the unit is armed, red LED
flashes twice, green LED is on
for 15 seconds, but the unit does
give three beeps after the green
LED goes off. The unit will not
sound when opened.
Actuator is sticking to microswitch
Lubricate spring
LED's do not flash to indicate
armed or disarmed status
Status indication switch is in off
position.
Remove battery power from unit. Slide status
indicator switch to the ON position.
Reinstall battery.
Give low battery alert.
Dead or weak battery.
Install new battery, LED's should flash and the siren
beep once.
No LED activity when key is
turned CCW to armed position
LBM (Latchbolt Monitoring)
PROBLEMS
When the unit is armed, red LED
flashes twice, green LED is on
for 15 seconds, but the unit does
give three beeps after the green
LED goes off. The unit will not
sound when opened.
Battery connector missing
PROBABLE CAUSE
ACTION
Dead latch not in proper position.
Close door.
Door not fully closed. Press dead latch manually as
shown in Fig 2 on pg 13.
If unit operates properly, check unit's backset and
adjust unit or add shims to strike as needed.
1/4-20 screws not installed.
See page 5, bubble #2.
L9 option ordered
Battery connector not supplied with L9 option
Technical Support 1-800-729-3839
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98 STRIKE INSTALLATION
98 Strike locator
Align the strike with
the latchbolt.
Firmly tighten screws
(when required)
Shield (if necessary)
Door frame
Shim (if necessary)
98 Strike
Cutout per
98 Strike
Mark and drill holes as necessary.
#7 for 1/4-20 machine screws,
For #14 self-drilling screws, no pilot
hole necessary
7/64" for 6-32 machine screws,
9/64" for #6 sheetemtal screws
(see fastener table)
STRIKE HOOK INSTALLATION
(Caution: This installation is required on fire rated door openings with removable mullion.)
Door
Door
Door
99 strike
Strike hook
Mullion post
For mounting hole locations use Strike Locator (Template) provided.
DRILL CHART
10-24 Machine screw
#25 or 9/64"
tap 10-24
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#10 Sheetmetal screw
#22 or 5/32"
pilot hole
Optional Accessories
Glass Bead Kit
Catalog No: GB2 - Glass Bead Kit, 40 series
p/n: 101644
#1/4-20 X 1-1/2" Screw
(4) Included
Sex Nut
The #10-32 kit is available in (4) finishes:
The #1/4-20 kit is available in (4) finishes:
Catalog No: SN2
Catalog No: SN2
Catalog No: SN2
Catalog No: SN2
Catalog No: SN1
Catalog No: SN1
Catalog No: SN1
Catalog No: SN1
Brushed Brass BHMA 606 Finish
Oil Rubbed Bronze BHMA 613 Finish
Brushed Chrome BHMA 626 Finish
Stainless Steel BHMA 630 Finish
Brushed Brass BHMA 606 Finish
Oil Rubbed Bronze BHMA 613 Finish
Brushed Chrome BHMA 626 Finish
Stainless Steel BHMA 630 Finish
p/n: 101616-X
p/n: 101617-X
Narrow Stile Door Kit
Tamper Kit
Security Screws
Security Pin TORX
bits provided
R
(Security Kit)
Catalog No: SSK3
p/n: 101233
Double Door Strike Kit
Key Stop Kit
(Momentary Shunt)
Catalog No: KS
p/n: 101867
Key Stop Screw
(Splice Kit may be used with either 3-0 or 4-0 units)
Catalog No: NSK1
p/n: 101879-1 (628 Finish, Clear)
p/n: 101189-2 (711 Finish, Black)
Catalog No: 94 Security screws
p/n: 102212-1
Dogging Lever Assembly
(shown for reference ONLY)
Catalog No: 95 - Standard screws
p/n: 102212-2
The following Models in the series were evaluated by UL: Controlled Exit Panic Devices; Model V40. These devices may
be suffixed with 01, 02, 03, 08, 09, or 14 followed by A, AN, BN, CN, DN, DNT, DNU, MN, P, PN or WS, followed by BP2
or BP8 followed by 605, 606, 611, 612, 613, 625, 626, 628, 629, 630, or 711 followed by the RHR or LHR, followed by EB,
EH or EHxR, which may be followed by LD or CD, followed by 628 or 711, followed by 98 or 99, followed by 36 or 48.
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