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Pedestrian Door Deadbolt Devices

Pedestrian door deadbolt devices are intended for use on pedestrian doors for secure areas and Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIFs) and include a combination lock that meets Federal Specification FF-L-2740B as applicable.  The devices are approved under FF-L-2890C wth Type I through Type IV and Type VII through Type X all meeting life safety requirements.  It is important to check with your local fire marshal (Authority Having Jurisdiction - AHJ) prior to procurement to identify life safety requirements.  This will help you identify which pedestrian door deadbolt device you should use for your facility.  All types of pedestrian door devices are right and left hand interchangeable.

Lockmasters, Kaba Mas, and Sargent & Greenleaf are GSA-approved manufacturers of FF-L-2890 devices.  Click on the Ordering Information tab or review the QPL-FF-L-2890-4, Federal Qualified Products List document to see the list of manufacturers and their products.  DLA is currently working to establish NSNs for all Door Extension Types for manufacturers' products.


Door Application Door Swing Interior Hardware Access Control Door Extension Type Lock Type
Primary In/Out Lever Handle Stand Alone Type I FF-L-2740B
Lever Handle Integrated Type II FF-L-2740B
Out Panic Bar Stand Alone Type III FF-L-2740B
Panic Bar Integrated Type IV FF-L-2740B
Rooms With
No Regular Occupancy
[1]
In/Out Lever Handle Keyed Reset Type V FF-L-2740B
In/Out Escape Knob [2] Not Available Type VI FF-L-2740B
Secondary [3] In/Out Lever Handle Integrated Type VII No Lock
Out Panic Bar Integrated Type VIII No Lock
Exit Only In/Out Lever Handle Not Available Type IX No Lock
Out Panic Bar Not Available Type X No Lock

[1] Use is subject to Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) approval.  Typically the local fire marshal.
[2] Not one handed single motion exit.
[3] Secondary doors are intended for integration with the facility access control system.

Click on a photo to see a larger view of the product.

Type I - Primary Doors - In or Out Swing - Lever Handle - Stand Alone Access Control



S&G Model 2890&



Lockmasters LKM10K


Type II - Primary Doors - In or Out Swing - Lever Handle - Integrated Access Control



S&G Model 2890



Lockmasters LKM10K


Type III - Primary Doors - Out Swing - Panic Bar - Stand Alone Access Control



S&G Model 2890



Lockmasters LKM10K


Type IV - Primary Doors - Out Swing - Panic Bar - Integrated Access Control



S&G Model 2890



Lockmasters LKM10K


Type V - No Regular Occupancy - Lever Handle - Keyed Reset Function



S&G Model 2890


Type VI - No Regular Occupancy - Knob - No Access Control



Kaba Mas CDX-10


Type VII - Secondary Doors - In or Out Swing - Lever Handle - Integrated Access Control


Lockmasters LKM10K


S&G 2890B


Type VIII - Secondary Doors - In or Out Swing - Panic Bar - Integrated Access Control


S&G 2890B


Type IX - Exit Only Doors - In or Out Swing - Lever Handle - No Access Control


Lockmasters LKM10K


S&G 2890B


Type X - Exit Only Doors - Out Swing - Panic - No Access Control


Lockmasters LKM10K


S&G 2890B


 
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