Schlage key color

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CO Reader Modules are not individually replaceable, nor can they be swapped between locks. The inside and outside assemblies of a CO lock are a matched/mated set and cannot be swapped to change rea...
The primary benefit to the customer of using nickel silver rather than brass for our keys is that they wear better than brass thus improving the performance and longevity.  Some brass keys are plat...
The Von Duprin E7500 has a total of 8 wires. Two power wires. 12VDC solenoid has yellow wires. 24VDC solenoid has black wires. Six switch wires. Latchbolt monitor switch has three wires,...
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...
The keycam may have failed, example here, the latest design keycam can be easily identified as the colored changed to black. Replace either the keycam or chassis as needed to r...
 This could also happen if the tailpiece isn't installed in a KIL, FSIC, or SFIC cylinder.  The FSIC driver also could have come loose from the core in the spindle.
 See tables below for available punches.   KEY SECTION  BLUE PUNCH   Everest S*, C*, & Classic/Obverse*  40-075   Everest T* & ...
With the new FW package 2.19.0; AD300 FW 2.17.0 and AD400 FW 2.17.0 (released 09/23/2011) the firmware looks for a motor clutch switch change after a motor move command. If there is no motor clutch...
If the triangles in the spring cage spindle are not aligned properly the motor will not move enough to change the clutch switch. Is is very likely with a lock on the bench; but a properly install...
When the new firmware moves the motor three times without seeing the clutch switch change it reports to the SUS diagnostics that the motor is stalled. Aligning the triangles will let the motor move...
If the lock is mounted on the door, it is necessary to adjust the mortis/cylinder tightness and spring cage tailpiece alignments, making sure there is no binding or stopping of the spring...
Just align the triangles per the installation instructions to allow full motor movement.   - This will eliminate the SUS motor STALL report. - This will eliminate the three ...