1. Any key locking devices e.g., programmers, interrogators, junction boxes, etc. must be capable of accepting an OSU – supplied lock.
    2. The main entry of each new building must be equipped with a Knox Box for emergency access by the local jurisdiction’s Fire Department.
      1. For renovation projects the OSU Project Manager is responsible for contacting the local jurisdiction’s Fire Marshal to determine of the installation of a Knox Box is required.
    3. All exit devices shall be approved by the OSU Access, Lock and Key Shop (AL&KS) prior to installation.
    4. Fully automatic doors for main entrance, ADA accessible doors for all other doors should have proximity sensors placed at an accessibly appropriate location and centered 33 inches above finished floor surface.
    5. All new hardware shall be supplied with Best cylinders.
    6. OSU AL&KS shall make provisions for pinning for lock cylinders.
    7. For all remodel projects, the existing hardware shall be matched with existing building hardware unless that hardware is no longer available. If unavailable refer to the OSU AL&KS.
      1. All BEST cylindrical lock-sets shall be "9K" (“14D”Lever) series. (ADA)
      2. All SCHLAGE cylindrical lock-sets shall be ND series (Sparta Design). (ADA)
    8. All new buildings will be put on the Cormax Key System.
    9. Partial renovations which only require some rekeys will be placed on the building’s existing system.
    10. Major renovations which will require the majority of the doors to be rekeyed need to be evaluated by the OSU Access, Lock and Key Shop for system selection prior to ordering cores.
    11. University Housing and Dining Services has its standards for residential and dining halls.  Contact the OSU Project Manager for referral to University Housing and Dining Services.
    12. If the building for which door hardware is being replaced is located within the OSU National Historic District, the exterior door hardware is subject to the requirements of the City of Corvallis Land Development Code, Chapter 2.9 – Historic Preservation Provision. 
    1. Electric Strikes with Key Override
      1. All electric strikes with key override shall be set to an OSU system.
      2. Electric strikes shall provide remote release of latch-bolts.
      3. Electric strikes shall be designed for use with the type of locks shown at each opening where required.
      4. Electric strikes shall be UL Listed as Burglary-Resistant Electric Door Strikes and where required, shall be UL Listed as Electric Strikes for Fire Doors or Frames.
      5. Faceplates shall be stainless steel with finish, as specified for each opening.
      6. The locking components shall be stainless steel to resist damage and abuse.
      7. Solenoids shall be of the continuous duty type for the voltage specified. Plug connectors will be furnished.
      8. Strikes shall have an adjustable back-box to compensate for misalignment of door and frame.
      9. Strikes must meet (or exceed) ANSI 156.5 and must fit within (a slightly modified) standard ANSI 115.2 cutout.
    2. Electro-magnetic Locks
      1. All electro-magnetic locks must have a key override set to the OSU system.
      2. Must be manufactured by Von Duprin Inc., or Hess.
      3. Electromagnetic lock enclosure must be surface applied.
      4. Lock must be low voltage, 12V-24V dual coil with a tested hold force of no less than 1,800 pounds.
      5. Electromagnetic lock must have built-in, as standard, electronics to eliminate residual magnetism and also to provide transient suppression.
        1. Build these devices into doors, jambs, and/or door closers. The controls for electromagnetic holders shall work in conjunction with fire detection to provide fire/smoke barriers by an automatic door closing.
    3. Exit Devices
      1. Any mechanical emergency exit device (crash bar) shall be Von Duprin 99 series. For questions see OSU AL&KS.
      2. Ensure minimum ADA clearances with door in open position. See Construction Standards 01 10 02 Accessibility Best Practices for OSU.
    4. Lock Sets
      1. If mortise lock sets are specified they shall be supplied with BEST 7 PIN CYLINDERS, regardless of the lock manufacturer.
      2. If cylindrical lock-sets are specified, they shall be BEST "9K7" series lever handle lock-sets prepared to receive BEST 7 pin REMOVABLE cores.
      3. Lock functions – Series Numbers
        1. Classroom
          1. Schlage ND94PD-SPA
          2. Best 9K7R14KS3
          3. Cormax 1CM7ML11626
        2. Communicating
          1. Schlage ND62PD-SPA
          2. Best 9K7S14KS3
          3. Cormax 1CM7ML1162
        3. Dormitory
          1. Schlage ND73PD-SPA
          2. Best 9K7T14KS3
          3. Cormax 1CM7ML11626
        4. Double Fixed
          1. Schlage D82PD-SPA
          2. Best 9K7W14KS3
          3. Cormax 1CM7ML1162
        5. Passage
          1. Schlage ND10S-SPA
          2. Best 9K7N14KS3
          3. Cormax 1CM7ML11626
        6. Privacy
          1. Schlage ND40S-SPA
          2. Best 9K7N14KS3
          3. Cormax 1CM7ML116
        7. Store
          1. Schlage ND66PD-SPA
          2. Best 9K7G14KS3
          3. Cormax 1CM7ML1162
        8. Storeroom
          1. Schlage ND96PD-SPA
          2. Best 9K7D14KS3
          3. Cormax 1CM7ML1162
        9. Twist-push
          1. Schlage ND53PD-SPA
          2. Best 9K7B14KS3
          3. Cormax 1CM7ML116
        10. Vestibule
          1. Schlage ND60PD-SPA
          2. Best 9K7C14KS3
          3. Cormax 1CM7ML1162
      4. Best Cylinder
        1. Rim Cylinder – Part # 1E-72
        2. Mortise Cylinder – Part # 1E-74
        3. Dummy Rim – Part # 1E-02
      5. Standard Hardware Finishes
        1. Satin Bronze – 612 (US10)
        2. Oil-rubbed Bronze – 613 (US10B)
        3. Satin Chrome – 626 (US26D) – Part # 1E-72
        4. Mortise Cylinder – Part # 1E-74
        5. Dummy Rim – Part # 1E-02
        6. Dummy Mortise – Part # 1E-04
    5. Door Closers
      1. LCN 4040
      2. Panic hardware shall be Von Duprin 99 series.
    6. Automatic Door Operators
      1. Installed on all primary public entrances and public restrooms.
        1. LCN 4600 Series
        2. Horton 7100
    7. Automatic Door Operator Actuators
      1. MS Sedco #216 Touchless Switch
      2. Provide MS Sedco 59H push button control in high traffic corridors where people passing by may inadvertently trigger the door operator.
      3. An alternate to the MS Sedco 59H in busy corridors is the Ingress’R 36” tall wall switch which allows activation by pressing or bumping the device anywhere along the 36” length.
    8. Single-User Restroom Door Control
      1. Camden CX-22 Dual Function Relay
      2. Two CM-AF500 Single Gang Annunciators printed with:
        2. LOCKED WHEN LIT
      3. Camden CM-400WR/8 Mushroom Push Switch with 4 ½” X 4 ½” faceplate printed with PUSH TO LOCK.
      4. CX-MDC Surface Mount Door Contacts
      5. Von Duprin 6210 electric strike.
      6. Where more than one single-user restrooms are provided in close proximity to each other, a minimum of one restroom shall be provided with this hardware.
    9. Card Readers
      1. The controller shall be capable of using proximity readers that output a standard 26-55 bit Wiegand data format, 125 kHz.
      2. The readers can have a short or long read range and be uni-directional or bi-directional.
      3. In buildings with networked electronic door access, at least one external door must be scramble/smart/proximity and utilize OSU ID smart cards.
      4. Internal doors still need to be multi-technology but may contain either Smart and Proximity or Smart and scramble pad or scramble/smart/proximity.
      5. The proximity reader shall be an aptiQ Model MT11 for mullions, an aptiQ Model MT15, or an aptiQ Model MTK15 Scramble/Reader. In any case, it must be protected from attack and/or concealed from view (i.e. mounted behind glass/sheetrock).
      6. Separate reader power is required, 12VDC/180mA.  Each reader requires a MRIB (MATCH Reader Interface Board) or a MRIA (MATCH Reader Interface Assembly).
    10. Access Cards
      1. All access cards must be HID 1335 Series (ISO DuoProx), 1385 Series (ISO), or 1325 Series (ProxCard II) and must be issued through the OSU ID Center as an official ID or OSU associate/vendor card, or, in certain instances may be 1345 Series (Keyfob).
      2. All cards must be pre-programmed to match the existing Oregon State University facility code (s) as managed by the OSU ID Center and must be maintained in sequence.
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