relink locks after dynamic channel switching

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Dynamic Channel Switching is a feature of the Schlage AD-series wireless access point modules. Dynamic Channel Switching (DCS) increases the robustness of the wireless RF communication in a noisy r...
  Here is a Technical Note on what Dynamic Channel Switching is, what it improves, how to set-up, and frequently asked DCS questions. DCS Tech Note here  
Setting Dynamic Channel Switching   1)     Connect and couple the SUS to the PIM400 you intend to change. See the SUS User Guide for details   2)     Under “PIM Properties” and the “Edit” tab is ...
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...
Acronym for Dynamic channel switching - can be selected to decrease the chance of interference but will decrease battery life.
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...
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...