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Schlage B250PD Night Latch
Schlage B250PD Night Latch
Part #: Schlage B250PD
Manufacturer: Schlage
Price: $140.18
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B250 Series Night Latch
  • 9/16" (14mm) throw deadlatch resists pry-in attacks and "shimming" of the latch.
  • Precision-built solid brass 6-pin cylinders with phosphor bronze springs and nickel silver pins ensure long life and smooth operation.
  • Tough nickel silver keys for smooth, long lasting operation
  • Exclusive wood frame reinforcer protects wood jamb against kick-in atacks. The reinforcer is conceales under the strike and is anchored to the jamb by two 3" (76mm) screws.
  • Cylinder collar reinforced with security inserts to resist wrenching and prying.
  • Thumbturn "holdback" feature retains the deadlatch in a retracted position when desired.
Schlage Night Latch : Deadlocking latchbolt retracted by key from outside or by inside turn unit. Rotating turn unit and activating hold-back feature keeps latch retracted.

Note: for 2-1/8" hole 2 - Schlage #38-031 trim rings are required.
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Polished Brass
Oil Rubbed Bronze
Satin Chrome

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Q: Hello, I just talked to someone there about a Schlage B250PD thumb turn ring adapter for 2 1/8" hole in oil rubbed bronze. I spoke to a very polite gentleman that was going to see if I could just buy the one side and give me a price. Also, in a Rich Howard video he mentions a cheaper alternative to the Schlage B250PD, what do you have? I'm installing some electric strikes and most of the doors do not have a keyed deadlatch door knob that was so common in the past. Most of the doors use a dead bolt only for the lock and the traditional door handle is just a dummy, no lock at all. My thought is to replace the dead bolts with the Deadlatch - Nightlatch so an electric strike can be used. I see Hes has an electric strike that can capture a deadbolt but that thing is massive. I like the Trine 3234 because its so small and can hold 1200 pounds of force. So it seems that if you couple the Schlage B250PD or similar with the Trine 3234 you will have a much stronger door than with the existing deadbolt. The only down side it seems is that a 1 inch deadbolt will resist a crowbar trying to separate the door from the jamb. The Schlage B250PD deadlatch extends almost 5/8 of an inch and with a 7/8 inch diameter looks heavy duty, but what do you think about this crowbar spreading the jamb problem, or is it? Any ideas or thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Jim.
A: First I must caution that the Trine 3234 is not the correct strike for this application as the cavity depth is only 1/2" as seen here:

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as the projection of the latchbolt on the B250 is 9/16". I would suggest a model that can accommodate a latch bolt with a greater projection.

Regarding an alternate, there is one I use by an importer but the quality of the Schlage is so excellent that I would prefer to use this model (and only the other if cost, and not quality, was the very most critical option.

At the beginning you asked if the interior trim ring, for under the thumb turn, was available as a stand alone part. It indeed is and the part number is 38-032 xxx (where xxx is the finish and in your case 38-032 613).

Regarding latch protectors, Don-Jo has several options. This are several good potential units seen here in the G section:

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Please let us know if there is anything else we can help with.

Q: The stile is 4" wide where the lock set goes on the main gate. I need a 2" thick lockset that will operate with an electric striker for that gate, but no handle because that gate will have the 18" offset handles that I recently ordered through you. Ideally, the lockset would be keyed on the outside with a thumb turn on the inside. Do they make such a thing? On the smaller gates (1-5/8" thick), I want a bronze lever type opener rather than a knob and they could be locking, but it's not essential because we will have the deadbolts. I appreciate your help on this.
A: On the deadbolt prep in the gate is there an existing preparation or will you be drilling the holes to suit the lock?

Please let us know if there is anything else we can help with.

Q: Holes will be drilled
A: This is easy for you. The Schlage B250 series will handle all your gate conditions and the electric strike simply needs to accommodate the 9/16" latch projection (there are several options available for this). Shall I call you to arrange the final details of this project?

Please let us know if there is anything else we can help with.

Q: I would like to install with on an apartment building. I would like to disable the hold back feature. Does anyone know if this is possible?
A: I would not attempt to disable the hold back feature on your existing thumbturn but would simply replace it with the Schlage B202-671 without holdback thumbturn and can be reviewed on the 91'st page here:

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and purchase here depending on your finish:

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Is there a follow up question that we can perhaps attempt to answer? We take deep pride in our technical expertise, as we know it separates us from our competition, so don't hesitate to ask.

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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: I need some help selecting the correct lock for my front gate. I'd like to get the single cylinder Schlage night latch, but there are many models to choose from. I'd like a more secure key, ideally with controlled copying of keys. The hole where the current lock is seems to be a about 2.25 inches diameter. The box where they latch is installed is about 4.5 inches to the back, although the current latch is around 3.5 inches from the edge of the door to the back of the latch. I'm attaching pictures in case that helps. Many thanks Jonathan
A: I have reviewed the images of your lock and have the perfect solution. First question. Regarding the keyway. Do you want the keyway restricted where only you can have copies made or do you simply want an unusual keyway that will prevent copies from being made at the common hardware / big box stores?
Q: What is the price difference between them? I'd like the lock to be able to be rekeyed if necessary, and to be difficult to duplicate. Its for the front gate of my home. Thanks, JP?
A: Do you want it difficult or impossible for someone other than you to duplicate?
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