The Schlage Electronics CO-100 series standalone electronic exit trim assembly with satin chrome finish is battery powered and includes a Rhodes-style lever handle with Schlage cylinder keyway and a keypad that work with a rim style, concealed vertical cable, or concealed vertical rod exit device (sold separately) to create a PIN-verifying door latching system for storeroom and classroom use for up to 500 users. When used in conjunction with a compatible exit device, the assembly functions independently and without a control system; access credentials and lock status are modified using the keypad and are stored on the lock. The 12-button keypad requires a three-to six-digit code to unlock the door and provides increased security compared to cards and manual keys, which can be lost. The exit device and interior lockset are not included.
The angular Rhodes-style lever handle is made of steel and can be installed as right or left handed. The two included keys and the Schlage 6-pin full cylinder keyway in the base of the lever handle enable mechanical override of the electronic system. Three colored LED lights and an audio signal can be programmed to indicate when credentials are validated or denied. LED lights can also be programmed to indicate when batteries are running low. The inside handle does not lock, allowing users to exit any time.
|Compatible exit devices||Von Duprin 98/99 and 98/99XP rim, SVR, CVR (metal doors only), CVC (metal doors only), mortise|
Von Duprin 22/22F rim/SVR
Falcon 25 rim
Sargent 80 rim (narrow design and reversible rim exits are not compatible)
Precision 21 rim
Yale 7000 rim
Corbin Russwin 5000 rim
Dorma 9300 rim
|Specifications met||Exit trim mechanical features meet or exceed ANSI A156.25 and A156.3 standards.|
|Housing dimensions||12.63 x 3.64 x 3.92 inches (H x W x D)*|
|Backset||Per exit device|
|Power supply||4 AA batteries|
*H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right not including the lever; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back including the lever.
For more information, see the manufacturer's literature.
Electronic door locking systems use electric current to control and secure access. Entry is regulated with a door access device such as a keypad or a reader that limits entry to authorized users. Some systems can designate user access for specific hours or days and may include a keyway for mechanical override. Common electronic locking mechanisms include electromagnetic locks and electric strikes. These systems are hardwired or battery powered, which is suitable when electrical wiring is not readily available. Locks are available in cylindrical and mortise styles. A cylindrical lock requires two bored perpendicular holes in the door for installation: one in the door face and a crossbore hole in the door edge. A mortise lock fits into a pocket recess in the door edge.
Schlage Electronics, an Allegion brand, manufactures security products for commercial and residential use. Allegion is headquartered in Carmel, IN.