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Yale AU 4701LN Passage Latchset

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Yale AU 4701LN Passage Function, Cylindrical Latchset, Series 4000, Grade 1 Heavy Duty, ANSI F75, Windstorm Certified

Yale Passage Latchset AU4701LN-626

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Yale AU 4701LN Passage Function, Cylindrical Latchset  Series 4000, Grade 1 Heavy Duty, 2 3/4" Backset x 4 7/8" ASA Strike

Function Information:

  • For doors that do not require locking.
  • Either lever operates latchbolt at all times.
  • ANSI F75
Yale 4700LN Series AU Dimensions

Yale 4700LN Series Specifications: 

For Doors Rose support plates allow the 4700LN to easily adjust to doors from 1-3/4" (44mm) to 2" (51mm) thick
Backset 2-3/4" (70mm) standard backset.
Latchbolt 1/2" (13mm) throw latchbolt deadlocking or plain
Free Wheeling All 4700LN Series locking functions feature the Free Wheeling lever mechanism. When the outside lever is locked, it will rotate freely up and down while remaining securely locked.
Strike ANSI strike 4-7/8" x 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" (124mm x 32mm x 32mm) lip to center supplied standard.
Hand Non-Handed and easily field reversible.
Cylinder Brass, 6-pin, PARA (E1R) keyway.
Keys Two, nickel silver
Warranty 7 Year Limited Warranty
Certification Compliance
ANSI Certified A156.2 Series 4000, Grade 1.
UL-cUL All locks listed for use on fire doors having a rating up to and including 3 hours.
ADA Meets A117.1 Accessibility Code.
Hurricane Code All Individual components of a total door opening are required to comply with each code.

Additional Information

Weight 6.0000
Manufacturer Yale Security
Lock Design Lever with TB
BHMA Lock Grade Series 4000 Grade 1 - Hv Dty
ANSI Lock Function F75 - Passage
Door Thickness 1-3/4" Dr Thickness, 2" Dr Thickness
Windstorm Certified Yes
Backset 2 3/4" Backset

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