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RF sequential operation requires the use of of a minimum of 2 receivers (8310-865). Depending on the desired operation required (if using access control), it may require up to 4 receivers (8310-865...
To convert a hard wired actuator button to a wireless actuator button you will need the following components: An RF transmitter. The 8310-844 transmitter for the (4-1/2" or 6" round, and the ...
To convert an RF actuator button to a hard wired actuator button, simply remove the RF transmitter an connect the hard wiring to the "Common" and "Normally Open" terminals on the the switch.
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 ...
The 4630/4640 operator can accept any ( normally open / dry contact) actuator - hardwired or wireless.  LCN Wireless actuators require the use of the 8310-865 RF receiver.The 8310-856 RF ...
The newer "programmable" RF transmitters/receivers will not work with the older "dip switch" transmitters/receivers. The frequency and coding are different.
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...
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.       ...
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...
   3. Check the AA battery level, if the AA batteries are below 4.7 volts the AD400 can fail to LINK.             Ins...
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 be...
The obsolete 7910-931 receiver has been replaced by the 8310-865 receiver.Replacing the receiver requires you to also replace the obsolete 7910-444 transmitter module with the 8310-844 transmitter.
The 7910-967 is a part number for a discontinued RF actuator. It was replaced by the 8310-3856WS RF actuator. The new 8310-3856WS requires the use of an 8310-865 RF receiver. When replacing the ol...
Yes, all COM400 communications boards are compatible and interchangeable.2.2a, 2.2d, 2.3a are the possible version currently in the field with 2.3a in current production
The older model Senior Swing came with 2 spring options. The "standard force" spring required 15 lbs of manual  opening force, and reduced force "RF" required 11 lbs of manual opening force.  All S...
The 8310-865 RF receiver can have up to 100 transmitters programmed to it.
When the "RED" LED on the 8310-865 RF Receiver is blinking, it is receiving an RF signal (interference) from a non programmed device. When receiving this type of signal, it will not program correct...
The Senior Swing Series used to have a 2 gearbox options, a "standard force" (15 lbs) and a "RF - reduced force" (11 lbs). In November 2009 RF option was eliminated and we made the standard gearbox...
To program the 8310-865 receiver: Set the dip switches 1 to the "OFF" (pulse) position. Set the dip switches 2 to the "OFF" (0.5s) position. Momentarily press the " No Delay" or "Delay" ...
Radio Frequency
PIM400-485 and AD400 Two red SCHLAGE LED flashes indicates the AD400, PIM400-485 and ACP all have operational communication, and the ACP denied access with a RS-485 command. With a PIM400-485 tw...
PIM400-TD2 and AD400 Two red flashes indicates the AD400, PIM400-TD2 has radio RF communication; but the AD400 did not get a strike, GO, relay closure from the ACP. With a PIM400-TD2 TWO red fla...
  ONE red flash, One red flash indicates RF COM loss, the AD400 radio did not get an answer from the PIM400-485 radio or the PIM400-TD2 radio. The PIM400-485 will turn off it's radio if th...
23848385 is the part number to order for the COM400 radio board that has the MCX jack for the optional RF antenna. It is shipped in the PIM400 and WRI400 so if needed for the wall mounted module yo...
The only difference between the COM400 in a door lock (AD400) and the COM400 in a wall mounted interface module is the MCX jack, which is provided for the optional remote RF antenna when needed o...
The COM400 has only two versions of FW, 2.2a and 2,2d and they are cross compatible and completely functional with all AD-Series wireless devices. There is no reason to change a FW 2.2a to a FW 2...
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 ...
All read ranges are affected by the environment the reader and card are subjected too.  The following data was obtained in a relatively "noisy" RF area with the reader mounted on a metal ...
Z-Wave® is a mesh networking technology developed in 1999 to create a standard for wireless radio frequency (RF) communication for home devices. The key to the technology is that Z-Wave products ...
“Cache Mode” is an AD-Series feature which, accumulates and stores valid credentials that have recently been granted access by the Access Panel or head-in system. This recently granted access histo...
The number of bits selected for "Card Bit Format" on an AD400 or AD300 must be equal too or larger than the bits on the cards in use. Setting this number correctly enables the cache mode collectio...
The AD300 and AD400 devices do not store audits during cache mode.  Audit "Date and Time" information and the saving of audit information is an Access Control Panel function, and during cache mode ...
An AD400 granting credentials access in “cache mode” will blink the Schlage with the normal green LED, followed by a brief red Schlage LED flash, indicating no RF communication and access was grant...
All read ranges are affected by the environment the reader and card are subjected too.  The following data was obtained in a relatively "noisy" RF area with the reader mounted on a metal ...
A card or credential utilizing two or more technologies such as magnetic stripe and proximity (RF).
U.S. certification indicating that a product meets FCC standards regarding RF signal interference.
Yes. Remove the receiver from the operator. Remove the transmitter from the actuator button. Attach 1 wire to the NO (normally open) contact on the actuator switch, and another wire to the COM (com...
The 8310-865 RF receiver connection to the Falcon 8200 operator are: RED and BLACK power wires on the receiver connect to the 12V AC terminals on the Falcon operator. The WHITE wire from the COM t...
See Point to Point wiring diagram here.
RF, wireless activation
The 8310-865 RF receiver contacts (N.O. and COM) would connect to terminals 15 & 17 (the alternate action input) on the 4600 operator. The first activation would open the door, the s...
Panel Interface Module which receives RF communications from an AD400, WRI, or WPR, and interfaces, via wiring, to the RS485 port of an OEM partner Access Control panel.
Hardwired and RF actuators can be used together on the same operator. The hardwired switch and the RF receiver both provide a N.O. contact to the operator.
Panel Interface Module which receives RF communications from an AD400, WRI, or WPR, and interfaces, via wiring, to the wiegand input of an access control panel.
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...
European certification that products meet RF interference standards (see also FCC certification).