The TRILOGY DL1200/DL1300/PDL1300 Narrow Stile PIN and PIN/Prox Locks are designed for use with aluminum doors with Adams Rite latch locks. The Series includes three different models. 1. The DL1200 Series supports 100 users and is fingertip and/or keypad programmable. 2. The DL1300 Series...
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Keypad anti-tamper lockout is offered. If three invalid User Codes are entered in succession, the lock will turn off for approximately 30 seconds, to prevent tampering.
If the Master Code is forgotten or if it becomes necessary to return the Trilogy to its default settings, the battery must be disconnected and the cover removed to expose a jumper specifically used for resetting.
For many premises where a dead latch is installed on the door, it is desirable to be able to put the access system into ‘passage mode,” which means no code is required to open the lock. (It is still necessary to turn the knob, however, unless you manually dog down the latch from the inside). This will depend on if you have a dead latch or deadbolt on the door.
Keypad activity and system functions are articulated by a Red / Green LED on the face of the Trilogy, as well as an audible signal.
It is possible to customize the audible feedback which occurs when a keypad button is pressed. The choices are a high or low frequency beeps, a ‘click’ sound, or silent. This is a great for certain environments where the beeping might be distracting to occupants.
The Audible and LEDs also provide the following additional system status information.
Access Granted: 1 Beep and a green LED flash. At the end of the “Pass Time” the DL1200 relocks with a beep and a red LED flash.
Invalid Code Entered: 5 Beeps and 5 red flashes
Disabled Code Entered: 5 Beeps (with an extended first beep), and 5 red LED flashes.
New User Added And Accepted: 6 Beeps and 6 red flashes
Programming Error: Two sets of 5 beeps, and 5 red flashes
Return From Anti-Tamper Lockout: Two beeps with a red flash
When a valid code is entered into the keypad, the knob on the Trilogy can be turned and it will actuate the lock on the door. This is referred to as the “pass time.” And it may be programmed for 2 to 20 seconds.
To further help the system administrator (the person(s) who use the Master Code) to keep track of valid user codes and identify to which group their code has been assigned, Trilogy provides a ‘Code Locator’ function. This is useful to confirm that a code has been properly entered or deleted, and if it is present in the system as valid code, identifies the Bank and User number to which the particular code has been assigned.
This feature can be used with Service Codes, to determine if someone who was expected has actually arrived yet. For example, you are expecting a courier to come by between 8 and 9 a.m., but you will not be there before 10. When you arrive at 10, you can easily interrogate the system. If the particular service code has been deleted, that service code has been used already (and it cannot be re-used until it is re-programmed.)
With the new line of TRILOGY DL1200/DL1300/PDL1300 NARROW STILE ACCESS LOCKS, the locksmith can effectively accommodate the access control needs for the overwhelming majority of applications requiring access control on storefront style doors.
For more information, contact your Alarm Lock Sales Rep or Alarm Lock Customer Service at 1-800-ALA-LOCK or visit the web site www.alarmlock.com.
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