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The following could cause the QEL device to retract and release repeatedly: If this is a vertical rod type device, the vertical rods could be adjusted too short. Check rods for dead locking, ...
Beginning with Firmware Packages ADFwPkg 2.16.3 and COFwPkg 1.20.0 the PIN length can be manually changed for AD200 and CO200 locks as follows: 1. Press {programming code (default is 97531)} then ...
Items such as Magnetic Stripe Cards, PersonalIdentification Numbers, Smart Cards etc., that when presented to electronic locks either allow or deny access.
One of the following items may cause the EL1490 device to retract then release: Incorrect power supply - Verify you have the PS873-2/4TD or PS914-2RS/4RL power supply. Problems with wire gauge...
Product Ordered after 7/10/2012 - Product identified by label on QEL motor You no longer need to use the 900-2Q option board (no longer available) with the PS900 power supplies to ...
Product Ordered before 7/10/2012 - Product identified by no label on QEL motor. You must use the 900-2Q option board with the PS900 power supplies to operate the QEL devices.  The attached ta...
If an access control system is not available to test the card output on a hand reader, this card emulation test can be done to verify the card format is correct.  These steps will guide you in...
“Cache Mode” is an AD-Series feature which, accumulates and stores valid credentials that have recently been granted access by the Access Panel or head-in system. This recently granted access histo...
The number of bits selected for "Card Bit Format" on an AD400 or AD300 must be equal too or larger than the bits on the cards in use. Setting this number correctly enables the cache mode collectio...
The AD300 and AD400 devices do not store audits during cache mode.  Audit "Date and Time" information and the saving of audit information is an Access Control Panel function, and during cache mode ...
An AD400 granting credentials access in “cache mode” will blink the Schlage with the normal green LED, followed by a brief red Schlage LED flash, indicating no RF communication and access was grant...
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...
A generic name for contactless integrated circuit devices used for security access or payment systems. The industry generally refers to cards that operate at 125kHZ as proximity cards. These cards ...
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...
The sequence card part number is 3426 and plugs in the "S" slot of a control boxes right next to the 10 pin terminal strip. The 7902/7902ES or 7982/7982ES can be converted to a 7902S/7902SES or 79...
The part number for the solenoid air valve in the 7900 Series control boxes are: 7901/ES7901 - part# 941 - marked A 7902(S)/ES7902(S) - part# 942 - (2 valves) marked A and B 7949/ES7949 - part...
  Part Number Level  Classic Primus 40-061 1  40-065 1 Plus  40-062 2  Classic Primus XP 40-061-XP 1 40-065-XP 1 Plus  40-062-XP 2 Everest Primus 40-06...