WHAT DOES STRUCTURE NUMBER MEAN

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If you have questions related to an existing masterkey system developed by Allegion or an existing structure number, please e-mail your request to Product Support for Mechanical Locks.
A purchase order must by entered through Order Entry.Part number 50-123 for Schlage and 50-123F for Falcon.  Reference the structure number (preferred) or an order number for existing mas...
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...
Electrically locking and unlocking both levers (inside and outside cylinder with deadbolt) - Both knobs/levers continuously locked (EL) or unlocked (EU) by 12 or 24V DC. EL is fail safe (power fail...
Electrified both levers lock, two-point latch - Electrically locking/unlocking both levers. Latchbolt(s) retracted by outside or inside lever when unlocked. Requires doors specifically designed for...
Electrically locking and unlocking both levers (outside cylinder, inside thumbturn with deadbolt) - Both knobs/levers continuously locked (EL) or unlocked (EU) by 12 or 24V DC. EL is fail safe (pow...
A more intelligent form of proximity card. Proximity readers can only read from a proximity card and not write to it, while smart card technology allows the reader to read/write to the card. In add...
Electrically locking and unlocking both levers (inside and outside cylinders) - Both levers continuously locked (EL) or unlocked (EU) by 12 or 24V DC. EL is fail safe (power failure allows outside ...
A bit level command structure to allow partner access panels to query and control Schlage wireless products.