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Glass Light is a preparation in a door for view window, vision and/or glazing including glass stop and glazing bead and may also be refereed to as a lite. Doors are available with a wide variety o...
Yes. Multiple glass lights are available on specific door series as  a special option as noted below: L-Series and SL-Series: Core options - Standard honeycomb, polystyrene, polyurethane Lig...
Vision Panel, Glass light, Glasslight; V, V-Light, 10 X 10 light
The Fusible Link arm is available with the 4010, 4020 and 4110 series closers. They all use the same Fusible Link arm. The UL Listing number is for the Fusible Link arms is R1943. The 4010 Serie...
Follow step 6 of the 18-R instructions to convert trim function to Night Latch(L-NL).
On power-up the CO-Series locksets will provide 5 quick RED Schlage Button flashes and 5 quick beeps to indicate that the electronics (credential reader) has been changed.  In order to recover...
When/If the electronics (Credential Reader) changed on a CO-Series lockset, the lock will respond with 3 RED Schlage button flashes and 3 beeps for any key press or credential presentation.&nb...
CO Reader Modules cannot be replaced by Reader Modules with a different credential type; for example, a magnetic swipe credential reader cannot be replaced with a proximity credential rea...
A Credential Reader MAY be replaced with another Credential Reader of the same type; however, a Factory Default Reset must be performed before the lock will function properly.
Re-classing is the process by which an AD-Series device is able to change its lock type. The AD-Series has a modular architecture and a major benefit of this type of architecture is that it allows ...
Night Latch (NL)= key retracts the latch momentarily to allow entry. When key is removed, the latch will extend and locks the door (momentary unlock). Class Room (Lock/ Unlock)= key unlocks...
If the  AD300  power is not correctly connected it may not communicate or other wise function correctly.The AD-Series locks must be hard wire powered through the comm board. It is not com...