The AD-250 is a unique offline lock solution in which the credential, not the lock, carries access rights on a magnetic stripe card. This allows dynamic rights management on the card without reprogramming each lock in the facility, yet the lock still maintains an audit trail of events at the door. This makes it a smart and economical solution for campus environments with a large number of users and offline openings. The AD-250 is easily upgradable to a networked wireless lock if requirements change in the future.
The handheld device (HHD), when used in conjunction with your access control software, allows you to update lock programming and retrieve audits. Lock and unlock schedules, as well as time zones and holidays can be programmed through software provider solution for added security and convenience.
AD Series electronic locks from Schlage are designed to be modular and provide more options to choose from, more functionality in the lock and more compatibility with existing systems. Its patent-pending modular design allows the lock to be customized to fit the needs of an application now, and can change to meet future needs without removing it from the door.
Electronics bring more visibility and control to the opening
Allows an unlimited number of users1 with audit trail of up to 10,000 events1
Classroom/storeroom, office, privacy and apartment functions available
Dual authentication capability when installed with keypad + card reader
Add users without visiting lock - user rights are stored on magnetic swipe credentials
Supports holidays and time zones1 to enable auto lock and unlock during specified periods
Modular design enables upgrade from standalone lock to networked locking solution without removing lock from door
Up to 2 years battery life with status indicator for easy maintenance
Programming updates can be made immediately at the door using handheld device
1. Depending on access control software capability
AD-250 offline locks can be programmed via upload from a handheld device. User rights capability and functionality is determined Software Alliance member programming.
Handheld device use
Initialize and configure lock
Service and diagnostics
ANSI/BHMA Grade 1
FCC Part 15
Meets or exceeds
Cylindrical - ANSI/BHMA A156.2, Series 4000, Grade 1
Mortise - ANSI/BHMA A156.13, Series 1000, Grade 1
Exit trim - ANSI/BHMA A156.3
CO-250 credential reader technology is centered on magnetic stripe technology. Options include swipe readers with and without dual authentication keypads. Readers are field configurable to read triple track cards.