How do I manually program the AD300 RS-485 Address?


This method is only available before the first network communication between an Access Control Panel (ACP) and the lock. Do a Level 1 and Level 2 Factory Default Reset (FDR) to remove any previous RS485 settings

 

A) You must NOT have the AD300 connected to the RS-485 communication lines during this manual procedure of setting the RS-485 Address. The AD300 must also be powered from a 250mA +12 volt or +24 volt UL294 power supply.

 

B) When the AD300 is not communicating on the network, the Schlage key will be a slow flashing RED blink, indicating no communication with the APC, as is expected when the RS-485 is disconnected.

 

C) Remember the number of Schlage button pushes = the true RS-485 address +1.

 

D) Check your ACP to be sure if your RS-485 address assignments run (0 - 15 TRUE RS-485) or (1 - 16 which ever is the case with some Access Control Systems). This can change your numbering!



Manually Setting the RS-485 Address

This method is only available before the first network communication between an Access Control Panel (ACP) and the lock.

Do a Level 1 and Level 2 Factory Default Reset (FDR) to remove any previous RS485 settings, especially if you just removed the RS-485 a network connection.

1. Make sure the line power is connected properly. (The AD300/AD301 will not operate on AA batteries)

2. Open the door.

3. Create a request-to-exit condition by holding down the inside lever or Exit Device crash bar.

Continue to hold the lever or crash bar throughout step 5.

NOTE: If there is no request to exit switch wired to the crash bar, you must short out the RTX pins on the AD300 main board to signal a RTX. See the MAIN lock PCB connector labeled RTX.

4. Press and release the Schlage button on the lock. Wait for the Schlage button to flash green. The lock address is now set to zero (0).

5. Repeat step 4 until the number of times you have pressed the Schlage button corresponds with the desired RS-485 address.

FOR EXAMPLE: Two (2) total presses sets the address to one (1), three (3) total presses sets the address to two (2), etc.

6. Release the RTX input (lever or crash bar, or remove the RTX pin short). One beep will sound if the address was accepted.

See the attached Procedure for details and the method!


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