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Schlage AD-Series Standalone Locks

AD-Series standalone locks are a cost-effective way to upgrade from traditional mechanical locking devices. They allow you to easily add and delete users, track usage and manage data - all without installing a facility-wide network. This gives you more control and allows you to manage your system more efficiently than with a traditional mechanical system. And, because these locks are part of the AD-Series, you're free to upgrade to a networked solution at any time. Simply replace the network module - not the entire lock - and you'll be up and running in no time.

SCHLAGE AD-SERIES PRODUCT SHEET

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SCHLAGE AD-200 STANDALONE ELECTRONIC LOCK

The AD-200 is a simple, economical solution if no access control system currently exists in facility, or for openings that don't require the control of a networked solution. Since user rights are stored on the lock, the AD-200 solution is ideal for small to medium size applications. The Handheld Device (HHD) used in conjunction with your access control software, allows you to easily add or delete users and retrieve audits. Lock and unlock schedules, as well as time zones and holidays can be programmed for added security and convenience. The AD-200 is easily upgradable to a networked lock if requirements change in the future.

AD-Series electronic locks from Schlage are designed to be modular and provide more options to choose from, more functionality in the lock and more compatibility with existing systems. Its patent-pending modular design allows the lock to be customized to fit the needs of an application now, and can change to meet future needs without removing it from the door.

Factory orderable options include choices of credential readers, chassis type, network configurations, locking functions, power options, lever styles and finishes. It also offers a wide selection of features that can be configured in the field to customize your openings.

On all AD-Series standalone locks, Schlage has built in many of the incremental features needed in a networked system such as request-to-exit and -enter sensors, interior cover tamper guard, as well as the door position switch. This way, if the customer chooses to network this opening in the future, all the components will be there to make the transition an easy one.

Features and benefits

Computer programmable with audit trail.
Up to 5000 users & up to 5000 audits.
Up to 32 holidays & 16 time zones.
ANSI/BHMA A156.25, ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 certified and UL 294 listed.
User rights stored on the lock.
Easily add and delete users as well as program lock/unlock schedules.
Available in cylindrical, mortise, mortise deadbolt, and exit trim.
Available with choice of keypad, magnetic stripe, and multi-technology readers.
All card readers available with keypad for dual authentication (card + PIN).
Compatible with major brands of key systems and exit devices.
Classroom/Storeroom, Office, and Privacy functions available.
Field Upgraded to a FIPS 201-1 compliant solution by adding the FMK reader.



SCHLAGE AD-201 STANDALONE ELECTRONIC LOCK

The AD-201 is an ideal solution for applications which require approval by the U.S. Federal Government under HSPD-12 for FIPS 201 Compliance. The AD-201 electronic integrated lock with FMK multi-technology reader + keypad is FIPS 201-1 compliant for use in U.S. Federal Agency Buildings using smart card technology. The AD-201 lock with an FMK reader is a standalone solution. The AD-201 is the only offline FIPS 201-1 compliant integrated standalone electronic lock that is upgradeable; the AD-201 standalone lock can become an AD-401 networked wireless locks in minutes, without even taking it off the door.

Factory orderable options include choices of chassis type, network configurations, power options, lever styles and finishes. It also offers a selection of features that can be configured in the field to customize your openings.

To simplify installation, the AD-Series combines all the hardware components required at the door for a complete access control system into one integrated design that includes the electrified lock, credential reader, request-to-exit and -enter sensors, door position switch, tamper guard and more.

Features and Benefits

FMK reads both 13.56 MHz smart cards & 125 kHz proximity cards.
Ideal for openings that don't require a networked solution.
The AD-201 is easily upgradable to a networked FIPS 201-1 compliant lock.
Audit trail reports that allow you to track usage and events.
Update users and access rights at the lock using the keypad or handheld device.
The ability to upgrade to a networked solution without removing the lock from the door.
Available in cylindrical, mortise, mortise with deadbolt and exit trim.
Compatible with major brands of master key systems and exit devices.
ANSI/BHMA A156.25, ANSI/BHMA Grade 1, UL 294,UL10C, FCC Part 15, ADA, RoHS.



SCHLAGE AD-250 OFFLINE ELECTRONIC LOCK

The AD-250 is a unique solution in which the credential, not the lock, carries access rights on a magnetic stripe card. This allows dynamic rights management on the card without reprogramming each lock in the facility. And the lock still maintains an audit trail of events at the door. This makes it a smart and economical solution for campus-like environments with a large number of users and offline openings. The AD-250 is easily upgradable to a networked lock if requirements change in the future.

The Handheld Device (HHD) used in conjunction with your access control software, allows you to update door files and retrieve audits. Lock and unlock schedules, as well as time zones and holidays can be programmed for added security and convenience.

AD-Series electronic locks from Schlage are designed to be modular and provide more options to choose from, more functionality in the lock and more compatibility with existing systems. Its patent-pending modular design allows the lock to be customized to fit the needs of an application now, and can change to meet future needs without removing it from the door.

Factory orderable options include choices of magnetic stripe credential readers, chassis type, network configurations, locking functions, power options, lever styles and finishes. It also offers a wide selection of features that can be configured in the field to customize your openings.

On all AD-Series offline locks, Schlage has built in many of the incremental features needed in a networked system such as request-to-exit and -enter sensors, interior cover tamper guard, as well as the door position switch. This way, if the customer chooses to network this opening in the future, all the components will be there to make the transition an easy one.


Features and Benefits

Computer programmable with audit trail.
Unlimited number of users and up to 4000 audits.
Available with Magnetic Stripe and Magnetic Stripe plus Keypad.
Up to 32 holidays & 16 time zones.
ANSI/BHMA A156.25, ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 certified and UL 294 listed.
User rights stored on the magnetic stripe credential.
Easily add and delete users as well as program lock/unlock schedules.
Available in cylindrical, mortise, mortise deadbolt, and exit trim.
Compatible with major brands of key systems and exit devices.
Classroom/Storeroom, Office, and Privacy functions available.



SCHLAGE UTILITY SOFTWARE - HANDHELD DEVICE

Schlage Utility Software (SUS) on the Handheld Device (HHD)

SUS is software designed specifically for use on a Schlage Handheld Device (HHD). With it, HHD becomes the link between your access control management software at your desk and the AD or CO Series offline and networked locks on your doors. This simple approach to programming lets you plug into installed locks to initialize, configure and test operation.

You can also use your handheld device to transport firmware updates and user information to the lock or manage user rights and audits without need for separate computer when your access control software is Schlage Express for offline locks. In addition, the SUS can configure other networked electronic devices like PIM and PIB interfaces.

Handheld Device Features

Programming interface for many offline and networked locks and devices.
Comes with latest version of SUS pre-installed.
Touchscreen operation.
Lightweight device connects directly to AD and CO locks via USB cable.


Schlage Utility Software (SUS)

Initialize lock and accessories.
Manage up to 100 unique offline door files.
Retrieve audit trails from up to 100 offline devices.
Define communication settings for networked devices and validate status monitoring.
View and manage firmware and software version upgrades.




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