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The ANSI 156.19 standard states (in appendix A-5 Knowing Act Switches) that wall actuators are to have an installation height of a minimum of 34" and a maximum of 48" (center of the switch) of...
The 5 pound force requirement is in reference to the maximum force to swing the door, not the maximum force allowed to unlatch the exit device.  Maximum allowed force to retract the Von D...
The 4630/4640 Series operator is designed/recommended for a door that will see mostly manual traffic with the occasion automatic/ handicap operation.
Check the timing first, Where can I find timing instructions for the Falcon T lock? The keyspindle assembly for the T/RU571 and the T/RU561 w...
Replace the lock chassis as necessary for any T locks exhibiting this issue.  RU locks need to be replaced entirely. 
If a 4600 clicks, but won't open the door: Verify proper connection of all the control box connectors. Verify correct manual operation of door. Verify actuator connections and any strike/maglo...
Both the ND50 and ND53 will not unlock when the door is shut.  The only way to pop the button is by turning the key on the outside or the lever on the inside.  Occasionally custome...
If a door is being held open by the LCN SEM 7800/1900 magnet or any ME/SE Series Sentronic LCN closer, you can remotely release that door to close by ordering the following parts and wiring per ST ...
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...
There is potential for ND40/ND44's manufactured around March 2011 to remain locked after egress, or after the latch is depressed.  There was an issue with the keycam that created a bind when l...
Locknetics company supplied electro-magnetic locking devices, electronic smart locks, and electronic security components to access control dealers and lock smiths.  Ingersoll-Rand acquired ...
Check that the reader is fully seated into the front escutcheon.
Check that there are no bent pins in the reader connector.
Check that the through door ribbon cable is properly plugged in.
Check that the battery or wired power is properly connected.
Check that the batteries are inserted into the battery holder in the correct polarity orientation.
1) Two blinks of the TROUBLE LED means that the AD300 on this channel is not communicating over the RS-485 line. Check wiring connections; verify correct device addressing using HHD/SUS.
2) Three blinks of the TROUBLE LED means that the AD300 on this channel has a Tamper Switch violation. Investigate the lock's Tamper Switch.
3) Five blinks of the TROUBLE LED means that the AD300 on this channel has used cache mode to allow access during a communication loss with the PIB300 or the Access Control Panel.  Press the LINK b...
a) One blink of the TROUBLE LED means the AD400 on this channel has low AA batteries. Install fresh batteries. b) Two blinks of the TROUBLE LED means the AD400 on this channel is not communicating...