Phoenix: Alarm Lock Training

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Instructors: Andy Phelps - National Training Manager

Trilogy Lock installation and repair

This class is designed for the beginner or experienced technician and will cover the proper installation technique along with some tips/ tricks for an easier installation. Also covered will be how to repair the Alarm Lock Trilogy mortise and cylindrical locks. We will discuss what parts are replaceable and how to correctly remove and replace those parts. The instructor will also share some tips on how to make the repair process easier.

Instructor Material Requirements:

  • Projection screen and projector
  • Dry erase board with markers or lager paper pad on easel
  • Extension cord/power strip
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Netowrx Starter Kit Training

This class will cover the contents of the Networx starter kit. The class will cover installation tips for the PDL6100 stand-alone access control including how to upgrade existing Trilogy locks to Networx. The DL Windows programming software will be installed on the student's laptop to show proper installation procedures. The student will be instructed in setting up a system with users and proximity cards and how to assign the user to the lock.

The student will be instructed on how to properly set up the Networx gateway and discovering the PDL6100 stand-alone access control lock. The student will be shown how to send/receive programming using our Laptops to Networx products. The Global Emergency Commands to issue a "Lockdown" to the locks within the system from the PC and/or from any lock within the system will be demonstrated.

Instructor Material Requirements:

  • Projection Screen and projector
  • Dry erase board with markers or lager paper pad on easel


July 18, 2018
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Event location

2350 E Riverview Dr Ste 150
Phoenix, AZ 85034


Lunch provided

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To RSVP please contact Jake Morrissey at

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