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FSE, EU, Electrically Unlocked
FS, EL, Electrically Locked
Storeroom Lock - Electrically Unlocked (Fail secure) - Lever is continuously locked mechanically until unlocked by electric current. When locked, key retracts latch. - Inside lever is always unlock...
Electrically Unlocked - Fail Secure. Outside knob continuously locked until unlocked by key or electric current. Auxiliary latch deadlocks latchbolt when door is closed. Inside knob always free fo...
Storeroom-fail secure (EU - 12 & 24 VDC) - Latch bolt operated by knob/lever from inside except when outer knob/ lever is electrically unlocked, then latch bolt from either side. When locked, key i...
Storeroom Lock with Vandlgard - Electrically Unlocked (Fail Secure) - Lever is continuously locked until unlocked by key or electric current. Auxiliary latch deadlocks latchbolt when door is closed...
Storeroom (electrified-fail secure)—Deadlocking latch bolt operated by lever inside at all times. Outside lever inoperable until electrically unlocked, then latch bolt from either side. When outsid...
Exit Lock— Electrically Unlocked (Fail Secure) with Request to Exit - The Outside Lever is the same as the ND12EU - The Inside Lever is the same ND12EU. and a micro switch attached to the chassis i...
The ND electrified motor driven locks shipping as of  March 14, 2016 has a field selectable operating mode, you can convert from EL to EU or EU to EL by flipping a switch on the chas...
The electrified ND electrified solenoid driven lock shipped prior to March 14, 2016 can be converted between fail safe (EL) and fail secure (EU) by swapping out the solenoid, sleeve,...
Procedure for the L9090EL/EU, L9091EL/EU, L9092EL/EU, L9093EL/EU, L9094EL/EU, L9095EL/EUThese devices have a selectable switch in the upper right corner of chassis.  Simply move the switch to ...
Procedure for the L9080EL/EU and L9082EL/EUTo modify an electrified L9000 from EU to EL or EL to EU move the link pin to the appropriate location indicated below in Figure 1.  
To convert the E360L electric trim from fail safe to fail secure or vice versa you need to replace the solenoid.  The 050743 is the fail secure and 050744 is the fail safe solenoid kit.  See atta...
To convert the Von Duprin 6000 series electric strikes from FS to FSE  or from FSE to FS follow these steps: Remove the electric strike face plate. Remove the strike box cover pl...
Part numbers: FS slider, part # 970387 (6211WF/6212WF/6221/6223 only) FS slider, part # 970388 (Except 6211WF/6212WF/6221/6223) FSE slider, part # 970388 (6211WF/6212WF/6221/6223 only) FSE sl...
The E996L is only shipped FS fail safe from the factory but can be converted to FSE fail secure.  To convert the 996L to E996L (fail safe or fail secure) follow step 1 of the attached installa...
The AD-Series locks provide screw terminals on the main PCB where hardwired power may be applied.
Use of hardwired power with any product other than the AD300, is NOT recommended.
The HHD Kit and Schlage Utility Software will not know or warn our customers about Power Fail considerations (will ALWAYS power fail AS IS) if hardpower is appied.
  The super capacitor powers the AD300 motor to the correct power fail position, secure or unsecure, during a power fail event. When power is restored to an AD300 in the Power Fail secure ...
  Recognize the AD300 when first powered, or when recovering from a power loss, may NOT be fully functional for two minutes until the AD300 super capacitor is fully recharged. During this rec...
Look to see if the  "Fail Safe?UNLOCK" on communication failure is set and you have lost communication.
The "Unlock on READ" from diagnostics will clear with the next AD400 heartbeat, automatically. It will also clear with successful communication to a working access control panel. 
 If the AD-400/AD-401 is LINKED to a PIM400-TD2 and all credentials including invalid cards are granted access, the PIM400-TD2 is not communicating with the Access Control Panel, and the lock is st...
Or force a strike input to the PIM400-TD2. Short J8-1 and J8-2 (Door 1), Short J7-1 and J7-2 (Door 2) on the PIM400-TD2