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“Cache Mode” is an AD-Series feature which, accumulates and stores valid credentials that have recently been granted access by the Access Panel or head-in system. This recently granted access histo...
The number of bits selected for "Card Bit Format" on an AD400 or AD300 must be equal too or larger than the bits on the cards in use. Setting this number correctly enables the cache mode collectio...
The AD300 and AD400 devices do not store audits during cache mode.  Audit "Date and Time" information and the saving of audit information is an Access Control Panel function, and during cache mode ...
An AD400 granting credentials access in “cache mode” will blink the Schlage with the normal green LED, followed by a brief red Schlage LED flash, indicating no RF communication and access was grant...
 See the attached Technical Note for instructions on saving a "Device Template" FROM a device or loading TO a device, Device Template Tech NoteOn the SUS/HHD go to the LOCK Properties tab, and sele...
a) One blink of the TROUBLE LED means the AD400 on this channel has low AA batteries. Install fresh batteries. b) Two blinks of the TROUBLE LED means the AD400 on this channel is not communicating...
1) Two blinks of the TROUBLE LED means that the AD300 on this channel is not communicating over the RS-485 line. Check wiring connections; verify correct device addressing using HHD/SUS.
2) Three blinks of the TROUBLE LED means that the AD300 on this channel has a Tamper Switch violation. Investigate the lock's Tamper Switch.
3) Five blinks of the TROUBLE LED means that the AD300 on this channel has used cache mode to allow access during a communication loss with the PIB300 or the Access Control Panel.  Press the LINK b...
Push the LINK button near the TROUBLE LED once to stop the five blinks.