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DOR-O-MATIC Concealed Vertical Rod 1690 EO
 

DOR-O-MATIC 1690 EO

DOR-O-MATIC Concealed Vertical Rod 1690 EO

 
Manufacturer: Dor-O-Matic
Price: $374.11
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Additional Declarations - This manufacturer has an order minimum of $85.00 - if your total is less than this amount, the lead time approximately 2-3 weeks before it would ship. Simply exceed this minimum order amount so that we can drop ship the material to your location.
 
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Dor-O-Matic Concealed Vertical Rod Device 1690 EO
Now, Dor-O-Matic is pleased to announce the new standard for aluminum door exit devices, the 1690. The new exit device continue Dor-O-Matic’s commitment to quality and long-lasting performance, with the sleek, modern touchbar design.The design of the 1690 is ideally suited for demanding, high-traffic applications.
Product Features
  • Carries the Underwriters Laboratory (UL) label and are approved for life safety
  • Streamlined design has no openings for chains — reducing the risk of code infringements
  • Vertical rods and latch mechanisms are concealed in the vertical door stile, ensuring trouble-free operation
  • Cover plates and end caps are constructed of cast metal to hold up to rigorous use
  • Quick, single-point dogging feature in the housing deactivates the device and permits unrestricted traffic flow
  • The locking mechanism is designed to offer more versatility than crossbars, which require two-point dogging.
  • Grade 1
  • Exit only
Instructions
Template
Touch Bar Info Catalog
Order Options Guide
Color Options
US28 628 Anodized Aluminum – Clear
DC13 710 Anodized Aluminum – Dark Bronze
Handing
Please be sure to select the correct hand when ordering. For instance you may notice the Right Hand and Left Hand Reverse drawings look similar. Indeed they appear to be similar. But there is a very important difference between them. The Right Hand drawing shows the push side of the door to be the locked (usually exterior) side of the door. But the Left Hand Reverse drawing shows the locked side of the door to be the pull side. This difference is significant when talking about door hardware as the application of that hardware is dependant upon the swing of a door.
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Questions and Answers
Q: can this lock be keyed on both inside and out
A: Possibly - but what is the purpose of the inside cylinder? Are you looking for cylinder dogging?

Is there a follow up question that we can perhaps attempt to answer? We take pride in our technical expertise so don't hesitate to ask.

Please reply to this email or contact our sales department here:

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if we can assist you by answering further questions or with entering this order and please let us know if there is anything else we can help with.

Q: This is in response to the reply from my question yesterday. The hardware is for use on a school and will be used for a lockdown situation in the event it becomes necessary. Rather than stepping outside it can be locked from inside the same as a classroom security lock.
A: This is an exit device and this model specifically is Exit Only (EO) and therefore has no provision whatsoever for entry from the pull side of the door.

Is you potential application such that you want free ingress until you disable this via a key on the inside (egress)?

Is this a fire rated door and can you tell me what type of door this is (steel, wood, aluminum).

Is there a follow up question that we can perhaps attempt to answer? We take pride in our technical expertise so don't hesitate to ask.

Please reply to this email or contact our sales department here:

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if we can assist you by answering further questions or with entering this order and please let us know if there is anything else we can help with.

Q: Sending picture from door that says Dor-0-Matic Series 1690. We are looking specifically for the key assembly for this door. We can’t get the key into the key slot, so we need a replacement for that part.

This is the key, the lock cylinder, and the assembly parts of the panic bar. Beyond this, I have no idea of what else we can provide. I'm really perplexed that it is so difficult to pinpoint the proper part. All we need is the lock cylinder that the key gets inserted into to unlock the door.

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A: I understand from our conversation that you actually partially disassemble the cylinder even removing some of the pins. Removing the pins of course would prevent the cylinder from working correctly most likely and we discussed a replacement piece of hardware which can be reviewed here:

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Simply put, a replacement cylinder altogether would be the quickest and least expensive way to proceed.

Thank You: Richard

Q: How is HB achieved on the 1690 device?
A: Install the pinion cam at the top of the retractor per Figure 7-3 in Step 7 of 1690 Instructions as seen here:

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Q: I need help identifying and purchasing the part circled in the attached as seen here:

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Let me know if you have any questions.

A: The trouble is is that it's just not called out as a part number on the exploded parts drawing as seen here:

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However per tech support, there was a design change on this part years ago (2005). The part number was “BRKT.156” as seen here:

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Q: When did Doromatic change the 1690 dogging assembly?
A: The old style dogging design was only supplied for the first year and only through Kawneer. This change occurred in 1991.
Q: I CAN'T FIND ANY INFORMATION ON THE 6 SCREWS IN THE BACK OF THE 1690 SERIES. CAN YOU HELP? PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED IMAGES:

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A: There are screws on the back of the 1690 series device.

Two of them to hold in the KIT.1197 dogging mechanism as seen here:

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The other 4 are to attached the push bar anchor brackets and have a part number SCREW.1114 as seen here:

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With a Parts Drawing for the entire device as seen here:

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Q: How far can the 1690 series Doromatic be cut down?
A: A standard 1690 device can be shortened by 6" per page 12 of the 1690 instructions as seen here:

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Q: Why are my 1690 device bottom rod are dragging?
A: Required top and bottom rod adjustment.

Top rod possibly is adjusted too short and not lifting the rod far enough to engage the latch retention which would cause bottom rod to drag floor after pushpad is released.

Adjust rods per step 5 of 1690 Instructions as seen here:

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Q: Is there a conversion kit to add Electronic Dogging (ED) or Electric Latch Retraction (EL) to a 1690 or 1790 in the field?
A: There is no conversion kit to add EL or ED to an existing 1690 or 1790 series device. All of the components are built into the device, since the device does not have a separate baseplate. You will need to replace the complete device (order the same description as existing device with the EL or ED prefix added).
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