(888) 209-8167
M-F 9AM-4PM EST

You have no items in your shopping cart.

Schlage WA5696PXH-17B-RH-LC-626 Wireless Mortise Lock w/ Prox HID ReaderSchlage WA5696PXH-17B-RH-LC-626 Wireless Mortise Lock w/ Prox HID Reader
Move your mouse over image or click to enlarge

Schlage WA5696PXH-17B-RH-LC-626 Wireless Mortise Lock w/ Prox HID Reader

Be the first to review this product

The Schlage WA5696 combines all the elements required at the door for complete access control into one modular, yet integrated package. The card reader, electric lock, Request-to-Exit sensor, Door Position switch, power supply and RF communications are included. Reliable communications are achieved via Spread Spectrum wireless technology. Time consuming wiring is no longer required from the panel to the door or around the door.

Availability: In stock

$1,050.63

Free Ground Shipping on domestic orders over $200

Priority orders placed before 12PM PST will be shipped the same day. Standard orders will be shipped within 24 hours.

Most items (excluding special orders) can be returned or exchanged within 30 days. Please see our Return Policy for more details.

Have Questions? Chat with us at the bottom of the screen or call us at (888) 209-8167

Product Description

Details


• Wireless! No more wiring to or at the door.
• Low-current, battery-powered design
• Includes all components for real-time, online access control
• Compatible with all access control systems
• 128-bit encoded spread spectrum transmissions
• User-selectable Fail Safe and Fail Secure modes
• Supports Proximity HID cards
• Dynamic Channel Switching
• Flash Memory
• Eliminates up to 200 feet of wiring between the door and access controller
• Enjoy up to 4 year battery life
• Requires only a single technician to install and configure a WA series lock in about 45 minutes
• Limitless scalability
• Expanded data stream supports even the most complex card data formats
• 128-bit encoded signals meet requirements for high-security installations
• Robust, 900 MHz communications penetrate typical building construction for simplified system layouts.
• Seamlessly expand your access control system without issuing new credentials or installing new access control systems and controllers
• Dynamic Channel Switching automatically avoids interference.
• Easy to upgrade firmware to support new features

Mortise Mechanical Specifications (WA5696)

• Mechanical Function: Classroom/Storeroom function lockset is normally secure (Fail Secure or Fail Safe Versions)
• The lockset is accessed/unlocked momentarily with valid credential.
• The inside lever always allows free egress.
• Door Thickness: 1.75 in. standard, 1.375 in
• Backset: 3/4" Latchbolt Mortise.
• Lock Chassis: Zinc plated for corrosion resistance.
• Exposed Trim: Levers: Pressure case zinc, plated to match finish symbols. Roses: Solid brass
• Strike: ANSI curved lip strike 1.25 in . x 4.875 in. x 1.187 in. lip to center.
• Lever design: Sparta 17 (Standard)
• Less Mortise Cylinder
• Finish: 626 Satin Chrome (Standard)

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Schlage Electronics
Model WA5696PXH-17B-RH-LC-626
Power Supply 12VDC battery pack
Power/Current Capability Max 500mA @ 12VDC (Continuous)
Technologies Supported Proximity readers by HID
Reader Frequency 902 to 928 MHz license-free band in U.S. and Canada 15 discrete channels to select among
Operating Temperature -35°C to +66°
Cabling Distance Up to 200 feet normal building construction, horizontal Up to 600 feet line of sight.
Door Open Time Frame Less than 0.10 Seconds
ANSI/BHMA ANSI Standards: Meets or exceeds A156.2 Series 4000, Grade 1 strength and operational requirement. Meets A117.0 Accessibility Code
Warranty 1 Year Warranty
Weight 13.0000

Reviews

Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: Schlage WA5696PXH-17B-RH-LC-626 Wireless Mortise Lock w/ Prox HID Reader

Product Tags

Product Tags

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.

Product Questions

Questions on Schlage WA5696PXH-17B-RH-LC-626 Wireless Mortise Lock w/ Prox HID Reader

No questions asked yet

Ask Your Own Question