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DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Deadbolt door lock with lever handle. Inner handle raised up throws deadbolt; handle in level position deadbolt is retracted; handle down latch bolt also retracts. Key locks deadbolt from outside.
The Genesys Series Grade 1 Cylindrical Lockset is a door lock with lever handle designed for use by individuals with grasping or upper extremity disabilities or arthritis. This door lock has a full length non-handed lever handle.
Kwikset Signature Series Door Levers are lever door handles designed for use by individuals with grasping disabilities. Levers come in a variety of handle styles, including Ashfield, Avalon, Brooklane, Commonwealth, Pembroke, Lido, and Tustin.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 02/2009) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Keyed door lever with low pressure dead latch. Lever is slightly rounded and curved at end to angle toward door. Locking operation isolates exterior lever handle from latch spindle.
The M Series Mortise Lock with Levers is an exterior door lockset with lever handles designed for accessibility to individuals with grasping or fine motor disabilities. Levers are flat with an angled end. Right hand is standard, left hand optional.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 03/2009) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Electrically actuated deadbolt lock. Lock operates when energized; automatically unlocks when power is interrupted. Does not buzz when active.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 02/2009) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Lever handles for doors, K Series meets ANSI regulations. The K Series design ##20 and ##61 lock levers meet the accessibility code standards of California and Illinois.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 02/2009) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Schlage's D series Olympiad design lever lock meets or exceeds most accessibility requirements while providing necessary functional security.