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8200 Series Remote Monitor and Control Desk Console

Schlage 8200 Series remote monitor and control consoles allow both control and monitoring for up to 8 zones. They are designed to meet a wide range of security requirements, and can be used for status monitoring of electrified door hardware and accessories.


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The 8200 Series consoles are shipped either as 4- or 8- zones. Select either a momentary or maintained switch operation pushbutton for each zone. Replacement pushbuttons are available for field installation to change functionality of a zone or replace a broken pushbutton. Red and green buttons with lamps provide lock status monitoring with a signaling horn to provide audible alert if any locked status conditions change. Console control can also be disabled using the security keyswitch.

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  • Lighted pushbuttons for status monitoring in a desktop console



  • Status monitoring of multiple zones



  • Ability to pick a momentary or maintained switch for each zone


  • 8204 4-zone console 
  • 8208 8-zone console
  • Specify M (Momentary) or A (Alternate Action) for each zone when ordering



  • Current draw:
    • Switches: 1 Amp @24 VDC
    • Lamps: .04 Amp @24 VDC
    • Alarm: .5 Amp @24 VDC (breaker protected)
  • Temperature range: 32° to 120°F (0° to 49°C)
  • Red and green pushbuttons with indicator lamps 
  • Signaling horn
  • Security keyswitch
  • Alarm reset



  • 8200MS momentary switch pushbutton assembly
  • 8200AS alternate action (maintained) switch pushbutton assembly

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Did You Know?

Walter Schlage patented the first “smart home” device in 1909—a door lock that also turned the home’s lights on and off.

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