Change lock class

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On power-up the CO-Series locksets will provide 5 quick RED Schlage Button flashes and 5 quick beeps to indicate that the electronics (credential reader) has been changed.  In order to recover...
When/If the electronics (Credential Reader) changed on a CO-Series lockset, the lock will respond with 3 RED Schlage button flashes and 3 beeps for any key press or credential presentation.&nb...
CO Reader Modules cannot be replaced by Reader Modules with a different credential type; for example, a magnetic swipe credential reader cannot be replaced with a proximity credential rea...
A Credential Reader MAY be replaced with another Credential Reader of the same type; however, a Factory Default Reset must be performed before the lock will function properly.
Re-classing is the process by which an AD-Series device is able to change its lock type. The AD-Series has a modular architecture and a major benefit of this type of architecture is that it allows ...
If the  AD300  power is not correctly connected it may not communicate or other wise function correctly.The AD-Series locks must be hard wire powered through the comm board. It is not com...
Follow step 6 of the 18-R instructions to convert trim function to Night Latch(L-NL).
 See the attached Technical Note for instructions on saving a "Device Template" FROM a device or loading TO a device, Device Template Tech NoteOn the SUS/HHD go to the LOCK Properties tab, and sele...
Night Latch (NL)= key retracts the latch momentarily to allow entry. When key is removed, the latch will extend and locks the door (momentary unlock). Class Room (Lock/ Unlock)= key unlocks...
If the SUS has not timed out (only a few seconds), simply reconnect the USB cable. Firmware update should resume on its own.
If the SUS has timed out (after a few seconds), do the following: Reconnect the USB cable; When communication has been re-established, Select "Device Options" at the bottom of the Schlage...