Schlage S280PD JUP Jupiter Interconnected Storeroom Lock - ANSI F98
• Deadbolt operated by key from outside or by turning unit from the inside.
• Bolt automatically deadlocks when fully thrown.
• Outside lever is fixed.
• Entrance by key only.
• Inside lever simultaneously retracts both latch and deadbolt or immediate exit.
• Latch automatically deadlocks when door is closed.
Finishes: 626 - Satin Chrome, 605 - Bright Brass, 606 - Satin Brass, 613 - Oil Rubbed Bronze, 619 - Satin Nickel
Handing: Not handed, except Flair design.
Door Range: 1 3/8" - 2" (35 mm - 51mm)
Latches and deadbolts
The standard universal backset deadlatch & deadbolt fits both 2 3⁄8" (60 mm) and 2 3⁄4" (70 mm) backsets. Latches and bolts have 1" x 2 1⁄4" square corner fronts. (16-481)
Deadbolt: 1" (25 mm) throw with hardened steel roller, and 1" (25 mm) housings standard.
Latch bolt: Brass, chrome plated, 1⁄2" (13 mm) throw, deadlocking.
Deadbolt strike: Square corner, box, 1 1⁄8" x 2 3⁄4" standard (10-094)
Deadlatch strike: Square corner, T-strike, box, 1 1⁄8" x 2 3⁄4", Lip length 1 1⁄8" (10-001)
Cylinder and keys: 6-pin C keyway, keyed 5-pin. Standard with two nickel silver keys per lock.
Warranty: Commercial: three-year limited.
Model: Schlage, S280, S280PD, S280PDJUP, JUP, Jupiter, S280PDJUP626,
Lock chassis: Steel, zinc dichromate plated for corrosion resistance.
Exposed trim: Levers are zinc base, plated to match finish symbols.
Roses, escutcheons, latch faceplates and strikes are wrought brass or bronze.
Federal: Meets FF-H-106C. California State Reference Code: (Formerly Title 19, California State Fire Marshal Standard)
All levers with a return to door of 1⁄2" (64 mm) or less comply.
UL / cUL: All locks listed for A label single doors, 2' x 8'. Letter F and UL symbol on latch front indicate listing.
UL437 Listed locking cylinder optional: specify Primus 20-500 Series cylinder.
In compliance with the American National Standards Institute (ANSI A117.1) and the Americans with Disabilities Act
(ADA), Schlage Lock Company offers a wide selection of locks designed for the needs of the physically challenged.
This act is designed to provide protection for people with disabilities.
The intent of ADA is that owners of certain types of buildings must remove barriers and provide people with
disabilities with access equal to, or similar to, that available to the general public.