AD Series locks were designed to be adaptable, allowing upgrades to be made to new technologies without taking the lock off the door. AD-200 offline locks can be manually programmed, managed by Schlage Express™ or with an offline system from select PACS alliances.
The AD-200 is available in cylindrical, mortise, mortise deadbolt and exit trim chassis options and features a credential reader, and access control sensors for simplified installation. It is compatible with a wide range of credential options including PIN, magnetic stripe, proximity (125 kHz) and smart (13.56 MHz) credentials; dual authentication card + PIN readers are available for extra security.
AD-200 can work in the same offline system as CO-200, CO-220 and CT5000. They can be manually programmed for basic use or managed with PC-based Schlage Express™ software. Select PACS alliances also offer access control solutions for the AD-200 with added capability that can include lock schedules and audits. Features and capabilities will vary by system; please visit Software Alliances tab for additional details.
AD-200 offline locks can be programmed using keypad entered commands or via upload using the Schlage Utility Software (SUS) mobile app on a compatible Android device with the SUS-A cable connection and managed with Schlage Express software. To learn more about the AD-200 PC-based software management tool, go to the Schlage Express web page.
SUS mobile app use:
Upload user rights information
Initialize and configure lock
Service and diagnostics
Select Software Alliance members offer programs featuring the AD-200 offline lock with broader management capabilities. To learn more, visit our Software Alliances web page for solution sheets and technical information.
AD-200 locks offer industry-leading smart credentials as well as proximity credentials. When installed as part of a proximity credential based system, the multi-technology reader will enable you to step up over time to more secure and versatile smart technology. Credential reader options range from keypad only to multi-technology capability with or without dual authentication keypads.