AD Series locks were designed to be adaptable, allowing upgrades to be made to new technologies without taking the lock off the door. They feature built-in credential reader and access control sensors for simplified installation. The AD-302 is fully PIV and PIV-I compatible for dual authentication to an external cloud-based server.
AD-302 locks connect and communicate directly to an Access Control Panel (ACP) operating independently of the IT network for real-time connectivity and lockdown. AD-302 locks can work in the same access control system as other devices including the wireless AD-402 Series locks connected via PIM400 to the ACP.
Any lock intended for use in a Government facility that is required to meet the FIPS 201-2 standard must be part of an integrated Physical Access Control Software (PACS) providers'compliant solution. Access control features and capabilities will vary by PACS providers' integration capabilities. The Government approved products list will show which providers have achieved listing and the products supported.
AD Series networked locks have a long history of integration within the Government space. Under the new FIPS 201-2 standard, the lock must be installed as part of an integrated Physical Access Control Software (PACS) provider's solution tested and approved under HSPD-12 guidelines.
To learn more about the FIPS 201-2 requirement and to view available PACS providers' solutions, please see the Government approved products list.
AD-302 locks offer industry-leading Smart credential as well as proximity credential capability. The FIPS 201-2 integration-ready reader head uses dual authentication (PIN entry + credential) and features PIV and PIV-I credential capability.
13.56 MHz Smart credential use:
Secure sector compatibility for Government applications: PIV and PIV-I
Other secure sector compatibility: Schlage MIFARE Classic®, XceedID, Schlage MIFARE Plus®, Schlage MIFARE® DESFire® EV1 with PACSA, Schlage and aptiQ mobile credentials