1. Once the Allegion Gateway is selected from the Board dropdown list, the Node Address field appears. Select the appropriate node from the dropdown list and the remaining fields appear.
2. In the Enable Privacy Mode field, click Yes or No to indicate if you want Privacy Mode enabled.
3. In the Door Ajar Enabled field, click Yes or No to indicate if you want to enable the Door Ajar feature. This feature controls how long a door can be left propped or held open before it is considered a security risk, causing the event to be recorded in the Activity Log and an optional email notification to be sent. The default setting is Yes.
4. If the Door Ajar feature is enabled, use the Door Ajar Threshold field to indicate the maximum length of time (30-600 seconds) the door can be left ajar without causing a security violation. The default setting is 120.
5. In the Pass-through Period field, enter the maximum length of time (1-600 seconds) the door should remain unlocked after a user presents his or her credentials and is authenticated or presses a Request-to-Exit switch. For example, if this value is set to 15, the user has 15 seconds to pass through the door before it automatically re-locks. The default setting is 5.
6. In the Door Unlock Schedule field, click a schedule from the dropdown list if you want the door to remain unlocked for pre-specified periods of time.
7. In the Control from Browser field, click Yes or No to indicate if you want to enable the Control from Browser feature to allow Unlock Door to function.
8. Click Save Door. The Door detail page displays.
The control panel firmware must be version 5.1.5 or later to utilize the Allegion NDE/LE Door feature. If the control panel firmware is 5.1.4 or earlier, the Allegion NDE/LE Door feature is not available.
The control panel firmware must be version 5.2.6 or later to utilize the Allegion Privacy Mode.
The control panel firmware must be version 5.2.10 or later to utilize Allegion AD400 Wireless Locks