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 Software Alliance members.
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 Software Alliance members 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.
Electronics bring more visibility and control to the opening
Reads high security smart (13.56 MHz) as well as proximity (125 kHz) credentials
Allows up to 5000 users with audit trail reporting for tracking usage and events
Updates can be made immediately at the door using keypad or handheld device
Modular design enables upgrade from standalone lock to networked locking solution without removing lock from door
Hardwired remote push button release capability
Works with same credential used on the building perimeter
Smart credentials can be used for vending and other applications
AD-200 offline locks can be managed using keypad entered commands or via upload from a handheld device 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.
Handheld device 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.
ANSI/BHMA Grade 1
FCC Part 15
Meets or exceeds
Cylindrical - ANSI/BHMA A156.2, Series 4000, Grade 1
Mortise - ANSI/BHMA A156.13, Series 1000, Grade 1
Exit trim - ANSI/BHMA A156.3
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.