what locks do we use for communicating doors

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Apartment Corridor Lock function is defined as a lock where the latch bolt operated by lever from either side, except when outside lever is made inoperative by a stop or mechanical means other than...
This change was implemented in firmware package CO.A.6 (or later) to help the customer in the communication and coupling process between the CO200 (CO250) and the hand held device (HHD). ...
The green LED is to be lit up until the spindle (Triangles and Key Switch) are aligned properly; providing a visual indication of the problem.  
If the mechanical alignment of the triangles on the back of the outside escutcheon are not aligned, the CO200 or CO250 will not connect with the SUS/HHD and will appear to be unresponsive...
In firmware CO.A.6 (or later) the Schlage button on the CO200 (CO250) will turn green anytime that the spindle triangles on the front escutcheon are out of alignment or the mechanical key switch is...
When unlocking the CO200 door by mechanical key override, the green led will be continuously ON until the key is released. This will occur after firmware CO.A.6 (or later) has been installed int...
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...
23848385 is the part number to order for the COM400 radio board that has the MCX jack for the optional RF antenna. It is shipped in the PIM400 and WRI400 so if needed for the wall mounted module yo...
The only difference between the COM400 in a door lock (AD400) and the COM400 in a wall mounted interface module is the MCX jack, which is provided for the optional remote RF antenna when needed o...
The COM400 has only two versions of FW, 2.2a and 2,2d and they are cross compatible and completely functional with all AD-Series wireless devices. There is no reason to change a FW 2.2a to a FW 2...
ALWAYS put the PIM400 in LINK mode first. On a PIM400-TD2 press the LINK1 Button for door one, and LINK2 button for door 2. With a PIM400-485 you must use the SUS/HHD to select which door to LINK.  
1. To put the AD400 in LINK mode, hold down the RTE (Lever or crash bar see below) and press the # key on the key board, or present a card to the reader.            Why press the # key? Because t...
2. AD400 requires a Request To Exit (RTX) signal to link - see the user guide instructions for the linking process.  For an AD400 to enter link mode, it must see the RTX (Request To Exit) switc...
   3. Check the AA battery level, if the AA batteries are below 4.7 volts the AD400 can fail to LINK.             Install fresh batteries, with a level of 6.0 volts or better.  
4. PIM400/AD400 COM400 plug could be damaged! The small pins in the Main PCB board connection for the RF COMM board can get bent during installation of the RF COM400 board. If the PINs are bent a...
1) Make sure the lock batteries are more than 4.0 volts. The USB connection will not detect or communicate with a voltage lower than 4 volts. Many times a firmware update will draw d...
2) Make sure the SUS/HHD is set to communicate using USB connection mode in SUS.  You should see the familiar USB symbol on the SUS main Screen in the bottom right corner.  If you see a S...
3) When you update with NEW firmware replacing very OLD firmware a S1 RESET is suggested after the update. This initializes all the AD-Series memory locations to the new firmware. S1 is the ...
4) Make sure the HHD-USB cable is securely inserted into the HHD and into the lockset.  
5) Inspect the HHD-USB connector(s), ensure no pins are damaged, recessed or out of alignment. If a damaged cable is found customers should see their dealer for a replacement or they can order a re...
5) If working with a CO lockset, the mechanical key switch needs to be in its "Inactive" or normal position.  Ensure the triangle alignment on the front escutcheon and that...