The AD-250 enables and unlimited number of users with up to 10,000 audits. Rights are stored on the magnetic stripe credential and carried to the door by user to streamline new enrollments. As part of the adaptable AD Series, this offline lock is upgradeable to a networked solution to meet future needs.
Part of the CO Series, this simple offline, keypad-entry lock is designed for up to 500 unique users using PIN code entry only. CO-100 is an economic alternative anytime there is a desire to minimize key distribution.
Change content to: Add the security and convenience of electronic access control with this affordable offline computer programmable lock capable of storing up to 2,000 users with audit trail of up to 2,000 events.
Designed for classroom use, the CO-220 offline lock offers localized lockdown with visual confirmation for up to 10 nearby CO-220 locks using a teacher-worn fob.
The CO-250 offline lock enables an unlimited number of users with up to 4,000 audits. Rights are stored on the magnetic stripe credential and carried to the door by the user to streamline new enrollment.
An alternative to electronic locks with programming in the lock, the CT5000 offers electronic door management as an offline, single opening controller providing communication between devices like electric strikes and card readers.
Schlage Express is a user rights software program management tool for offline locks and devices. It provides a low cost, easy-to-use system for smaller facilities with 100 doors or less with standalone electronic locking solutions.
Cloud-based ENGAGE applications deliver simple and convenient site set-up as well as the ability to manage users, assign access privileges and view lock audits & alerts from anywhere.
The ECK400 is an elevator access control kit with a wireless communication range of up to 1000 feet. It enables real-time connectivity with compatible access control systems.
GCK400 is a gate control kit that lets you eliminate trenching of communication lines to remote areas by wirelessly transmitting and receiving signals back to an access control system.