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Command Access CDL-BLK Concealed Door Loop BlackCommand Access CDL-BLK Concealed Door Loop Black
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Command Access CDL-BLK Concealed Door Loop Black

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This patented Concealed Door Loop (CDL) is a low cost method of transferring low voltage power from the door frame to the locking device. Whereas typical door loops are surface mounted and remain constantly visible, the CDL slides into the door and/or frame completely concealing itself when the door is closed. Designed for Continuous and Butt hinge applications that are either full mortise, half mortise or half surface and have a standard throw. Commonly installed where ETH hinges are cost prohibitive and surface door loops are not desired. The CDL’s aesthetic appeal will benefit retrofits and new installations alike

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Product Description


• For butt & continuous hinges
• Durable finish
• Special 1/4" flexible armored conduit
• Easy installation
• Supports up to 180 degree swing
• Variable mounting locations
• Standard 6" length with aluminum finished caps
• Finish: Black

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Command Access
Dimensions Standard 6" length
Handing Non-Handed
Warranty No hassle 3-Year Warranty
Weight 1.0000


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