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For F-series HandPunch devices:    The top-mount PROX reader is available only for the HP-3000 reader.  The PROX reader on a HandPunch 3000 is able to read standard 26-bit ...
For all Schlage and Falcon small format interchangeable cores shipped from the factory 0-bitted, the control key will be cut to all 4's.
The bit structure of a particular card. The average card format includes the card number, facility code, and parity bits. The two types of card formats supported by Cisco Physical Access Manager ar...
“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...