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AD-402 FIPS 201-2 Integration-ready Networked Wireless Lock

Designed for government applications when installed as part of a tested and approved FIPS 201-2 solution. Real-time lockdown is possible with this wireless security solution.


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The AD-402 is a wireless electronic lock designed to be modular and provide more. More options to choose from, more built-in functionality, and more compatibility with access control systems. 

The AD-402 is fully PIV and PIV-I compatible for dual authentication to an external cloud-based server.

Any lock intended for use in government facilities that are required to meet the FIPS 201-2 standard must be part of an integrated Physical Access Control Software (PACS) provider's compliant solution. Access control features and capabilities will vary by PACS. The government’s approved products list will show which providers have achieved listing and the products supported.

The AD Series features built-in credential readers and access control sensors, and has a patented modular design.  This allows it to be customized to fit the current application and adapt to meet future technology needs without removing it from the door. 

AD-402 locks communicate by secure 900 MHz wireless technology to the PIM400, operating independent of the IT network. For real-time connectivity and lockdown, the PIM400 is wired to the access control panel (ACP) by RS-485.

 Card + PIN (Multi-factor)

 Networked Real-time


 Upgradeable or Adaptable

 Open Architecture Solution


 Wireless – 900 MHz

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  • Electronic access brings more visibility and control to the opening
  • Real-time communication with centralized lockdown capability via the Wake up on Radio feature
  • Secure encrypted data transmission
  • FIPS 201-2 integration-ready
  • Multi-factor authentication with PIV and PIV-I compatibility + keypad
  • Weather-resistant for interior and exterior applications



  • Open architecture platform makes it easier for PACS providers to integrate
  • A single PIM400 (sold separately) connected to the Access Control Panel (ACP) can support up to 16 locks depending on the PACS solution capabilities



  • Integrated design combines electrified lock, credential reader, request-to-exit and request-to-enter sensors, door position switch and tamper switch
  • Transmits data securely using 900 MHz which has a longer communication range than other technologies
  • Non-invasive wireless installation

AD-402 reader options

  • FMK multi-technology with keypad; supports smart (13.56 MHz) including PIV and PIV-I, proximity (125 kHz)
  • PIV and PIV-I compatibility enabled by default


Available status signals1

  • Lock/unlock status
  • Request-to-exit
  • Door position
  • Mechanical key override
  • Deadbolt position
  • Interior push button
  • Interior cover tamper guard
  • Battery status
  • Communication status
  • Request-to-enter

1 Consult your access control software provider for specific scope of support.


User verification

  • FASC-N mode: <2 seconds (card certificate is validated by the ACP only)
  • Full authentication mode: 2-6 seconds (card certificate is validated by a 3rd party server)
  • Number of users and audit capability varies depending on access control provider system capability


Lockdown capability

  • Wake-up on Radio design enables response to lock/unlock command from host in less than 10 seconds (per field application)


Connectivity options

  • RS-485 (PIM400-485)


Wireless communication standards

  • 900 MHz spread spectrum, direct sequence, 10 channels with configurable dynamic channel switching
  • 902-928 MHz frequency range
  • Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), 128-bit
  • Range: up to 200 ft with obstructions (normal building construction), up to 1,000 ft clear line of sight


For full electronic specifications please reference AD-402 data sheet.

Chassis options

  • Cylindrical 
  • Mortise
  • Mortise deadbolt
  • Exit trim
  • Each offered with LED indicator or push button depending on lock function choice


Cylinder and keys

  • Key override: standard
  • Standard: Schlage 6-pin Everest 29 S123 keyway Conventional cylinder with two patented keys
  • Factory master keying available
  • Conventional (KIL), FSIC, and SFIC cylinder options
  • Less cylinder options to fit common Sargent®, Corbin Russwin®, Medeco®, Yale® and Falcon® cylinders
  • View more Lever and Cylinder Compatibility


For full mechanical specifications please reference the AD-402 data sheet

The AD-402 FMK FIPS 201-2 integration-ready multi-technology reader with keypad includes compatibility with PIV and PIV-I credentials and supports multi-factor authentication.


Credential support

  • Smart (13.56 MHz) + PIN; including PIV and PIV-I
  • Proximity (125 kHz) + PIN


For full credential compatibility please reference the AD-402 data sheet.

  • Storeroom (70); (not available with mortise deadbolt)
  • Office/Classroom (50); (not available with mortise deadbolt)
  • Privacy (40)2
  • Apartment (60)


Lock function capabilities will vary by access control system.


1 Reference price book for function availability per chassis.
2 Door position switch is required for cylindrical and mortise chassis with privacy function.

  • 8 popular lever styles
  • 8 finishes
  • Weather-resistant for interior and perimeter applications
















Warm tone finishes

605 Bright brass

605 Bright brass

606 Satin brass

606 Satin brass

612 Satin bronze

612 Satin bronze

643e Aged bronze (simulated equivalent)

643e Aged bronze (simulated equivalent)

Cool tone finishes

619 Satin nickel

619 Satin nickel

625 Bright chrome

625 Bright chrome

626 Satin chrome

626 Satin chrome

626AM Satin chrome with antimicrobial coating

626AM Satin chrome with antimicrobial coating


Designed to create an attractive and cohesive building-wide look when paired with other Schlage, Von Duprin or LCN devices. 

Schlage AD Series networked locks have a long history 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 that has been 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 (APL).

  • ANSI/BHMA A156.25 locked outdoor
  • Cylindrical - ANSI/BHMA A156.2, Series 4000, Grade 1
  • Mortise - ANSI/BHMA A156.13, Series 1000, Grade 1
  • Exit trim - ANSI/BHMA A156.3, Grade 1
  • UL 294
  • ULC S319
  • UL 10C 3 hour
  • FCC Part 15
  • Industry Canada (IC)
  • ADA compliant
  • TDI DR-4641, DR-4651
  • FL124001, FL46131, FL15921, FL130131, FL39052 and FL144821

Schlage AD Series FCC/IC Compliance Statement


1 Applies to cylindrical and mortise chassis only.
2 Applies to mortise chassis only.

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