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Installers have reported that their AD-CO Series cylindrical or mortise locks will unlock whenever the outside lever is lifted.    This will occur if the outside spindle (square post) is install...
Items such as Magnetic Stripe Cards, PersonalIdentification Numbers, Smart Cards etc., that when presented to electronic locks either allow or deny access.
On May 1, 2013 the LM9000 lock was discontinued and replaced with the LM9300 Multipoint Lock. 
The LM9000 mortise lock, door with pre-assembled vertical rods, and frame all ship separately.  The soffit latch, bottom strike, and latch release will ship with the mortise lock, not the...
Reference the L-Series Service Manual to change lock functions or build up a case from parts.
This Step-by-Step guide is specifically designed for the functions listed below, however, it can be referenced with a majority of L series functions since most of the parts are ...
For any CO-200-40 Privacy or CO-220-75 Safe School lock that was manufactured before May 2014: When updating the lock's firmware to CO.A.12 or later, SUS will first ask the question “Is this a CO-...
The coin cell for the AD and CO family of electronic lock products is a 3vdc lithium. CR2025 is the specified part number.
When the SUS and HHD are used in the “Auto Update” mode, the audit info will be automatically gathered each time the SUS is successfully connected with a lock.
The part number for the AD or CO twisted tailpiece kit is: 46929303 Tailpiece Kit - (for Exterior Escutcheon -993 into Exit Device, i.e. Von Duprin 98 or 99) Exit Trim 46929303 Includes the...
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...