Samsung Ezon SHS-3120 User guide

SHS-3120
Touchpad Access Deadbolt Lock
User Guide
Safety precautions must be followed to protect users from personal injury and to prevent property damage.
Please read carefully and use the product correctly.
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| Table of Contents
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Introduction ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2
Components and Tools ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3
Door Preparation ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4
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Miscellaneous Information ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8
Features ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9
Definitions ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
Operation of Lock ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
Basic Operation ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 14
Troubleshooting ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
Management Number Table ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 19
Product Specifications �� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 20
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Drilling Templete Sheet ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 23
| Warnings
Do not attempt to repair the product yourself.
Ensure that other people do not learn your PIN Code, and change it regularly.
Do not operate the product with wet hands, and avoid liquids such as water and other drinks getting inside the
product.
Do not exert excessive force or use a sharp instrument to press the buttons on the Lock.
Ensure that the door is properly locked when going outside.
Check the polarity of the batteries and insert correctly into the product.
When the battery life expires, replace all batteries and do not use new batteries together with used or depleted batteries.
Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the product, and avoid water, benzene or alcohol, etc.
When you hear the battery replacement warning sound, replace with new batteries within a week.
Continuing to use the product without replacing the batteries may cause the product to stop functioning.
| Introduction
Touchpad Access Deadbolt Lock is a product that combines a touchpad with a 13.56MHz Card reader and
deadbolt. You can open the door using a PIN Code or a Card, and register up to 70 User PIN Codes and
user Cards (supports ISO14443A type).
Implementation of a touchpad has made it more convenient to enter numbers and the Random Security
function prevents hacking through traces of fingerprints remaining on the touchpad.It also provides various
other convenient functions such as Automatic locking / Sound setting / Out-of-home security, etc.
You can open the door using by video intercom’s monitor after connecting EZON video intercom.(Refer to
page 6 to see the connection method)
This product has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
part 15 of the FCC Rules.
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| Components and Tools
Components
● Outside Assembly
● Inside Assembly
● Fixing Panel
● Turn Shaft
● Strike
● 4 AA Alkaline Batteries
● Card
● User Guide
● Screw Pack (6 types)
● Deadbolt
● Magnetic Sensor
Parts Drawings
Outside Assembly
Inside Assembly
Fixing Panel
Deadbolt
Strike
Magnetic sensor
Tools
Door Preparation
Lock Installation
● 2-1/8˝(54mm) hole saw
● 1˝(25mm) hole saw
● 3/8˝(10mm) drill bit
● 7/64˝(2.5mm) drill bit
● Chisel and hammer
● Screw driver #2
● Drill
Turn Shaf
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| Door Preparation
Step 1. Check Door Status
1) You can install this lock only when the door has a thickness of 1-3/8˝ ~ 1-3/4˝ (35 to 44 mm). (In case of
an auxiliary steel plate, its thickness is also included.)
2) Check whether the deadbolt and strike can be installed or not (door distortion, location of the drilling
hole, etc.).
3) Check whether the door handle is a left hand type or a right hand type.
Left hand type
Right hand type
The door lock is installed on the
right of the door when it is viewed
from the outside.
The door lock is installed on the
left of the door when it is viewed
from the outside.
Left Hand Setting
Set the switch to 2.
Right Hand Setting
Set the switch to 1.
Step 2. Mark door
Check the location and direction of the deadbolt, attach the drilling template sheet (page 23) on the side of the door, and mark on it with a pen.
1) Align the horizontal line across the door.
2) Align the vertical line over the door.
3) Mark the centers of the holes with the template sheet.
4) Mark the centerline of the deadbolt by aligning it with the vertical line
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Step 3. Drilling
1) Drill a pilot hole within 2-1/8˝ (54 mm) using a hole saw.
2) Drill a 1˝ (25 mm) mortise hole using a hole saw.
3) Drill strike plate holes using a drill bit (7/64˝, 2.5 mm).
① 54mm
② 25mm
③ 2.5mm
Step 4. Install strike on the door frame
1) Close the door and mark a horizontal line from the center
of the template to the frame of the door.
2) Measure half the thickness of the door. Mark this same
distance with a vertical line starting from the stop side
of the frame. Where both lines cross make a 1˝ (25mm)
diameter hole, 1/2˝ (13mm) in depth.
3) Align the holes of the strike with the vertical line.
Trace the outline of the strike and mortise with a 1/16˝
(1.6mm). Attach the strike with two screws(provided).
(T4 x 15: for wooden door, U10-24 x 9: for steel door)
FH+ T4 x 15
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| Install Lock
Outside
Inside
2
8a FH+M3×5
3
9
5
1
4
1
8b FH+M3×5
3
FH+ T4 x 25
3c FH+T4x25
3a
FH+ M5 x 20 3b
4
5
3/4˝(20mm)
7
Connect the video intercom
7
6
FH+ T4 x 25 3c
OH+M4x22
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Procedures
1. Insert the deadbolt.
6. Adjust the switch appropriately for the
door hand type (page 4).
1) Insert the deadbolt from the side of the door.
2) Rotate the deadbolt to adjust the center hole so
it is horizontally aligned from the outside.
CAUTION: If the switch setting is not appropriate for the hand type, opening/closing of the door
may function in an opposite manner.
3) Fix the deadbolt using two T4x25 screws.
(T4x25/ T4x15: for wooden door, U10-24x14:
for steel door)
7. Connect the cable to the inside assembly.
8. Fix screws for the inside assembly.
2. Insert the outside assembly into inside direction.
1) After aligning the inside assembly on the fixing panel, to check that the Manual switchgear
operates correctly.
(You must insert the outside assembly after aligning it with the center hole of the deadbolt.)
2) Open the battery cover of the inside assembly.
(There are screw grooves at the upper left and
right corners.)
3. C
onnect the fixing panel.
1) Detach the fixing panel from the inside assembly.
3) Fasten screws at the upper room area using
two M3X5 screws. (8a)
2) First fasten the 2 parts (3a) 90% of the way using M4X22 screws.
4) Fasten the left and right screws on the inside
assembly using two M3x5 screws. (8b)
3) Fasten the fixing panels using three M5X20
screws. (3b)
Note: Arrange the cables neatly to prevent them
from getting entangled or being compresed.
4) Align the outside assembly with the fixing panel
after making sure they are vertically crossed
and then fasten using five screws.
9. A melody will sound when all 4 alkaline
batteries are inserted. Refer to the programming instructions to check that the
lock operates correctly.
5) Tighten the fixing panel with T4x25 screws.
(3c)
4. W
hile the deadbolt is open, insert the turn
shaft in an inside-to-outside direction.
5. Install the magnetic sensor in the same direction as the deadbolt.
Connect the video intercom
Connect the cable of video intercom to
inside assembly.
CAUTION: As the magnet fastened to the doorframe may not be detected if the gap is too large,
use the curved section of the magnetic sensor to
install the sensor within 3/4˝ (20mm) of the magnet.
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| Miscellaneous Information
Initializing
Perform initialization to delete all registered information.
Note: All registered Master and user data will be deleted, and the lock reset to the default setting.
(Refer to the Program section in 12 page for default values.)
Press the [Set] button for 10 seconds.
Successful: “Toot → Toot, toot - Toot, toot,
toot, toot’
Enter the current Master PIN Code, and press
the [ ] button.
Successful:
“Too~~~t”
Failed:
“Toot~”
Inserting Emergency Power
Continuing to use the lock without replacing batteries when required will lead to the batteries discharging
and cause the lock to malfunction.
Touch the external power contact of the outside assembly (emergency battery) with a 9V battery and
touch with the Card or enter the PIN Code.
Reset function
Note: Resetting does not delete registered information.
If there is no response after pressing the [Wake Up] button, use a pin
to press the [Reset] button on the right of the external power contact of
the outside assembly.
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| Features
Outside
Inside
Battery Cover
Number Pad
Battery Holder
Display Lamp
Open Button
Wake Up Button
Card Reader
Card Button
Manual
Switchgear
Set Button
Magnetic
Sensor
External Power
Contact
Reset Button
Symbols
Description
Symbols
Description
Press the [Wake Up] button on
the outside assembly. It is used
to start inputting or to quit the
registration mode.
Press the [ ] button. It is used to
complete the inputting of numbers.
Press the [Set] button. It is used
to change the PIN Code or set
other functions.
S: Press the [Set] button briefly
(1 second)
S5: Press the [Set] button for 5
seconds
S10: Press the [Set] button for
10 seconds
Press the [Card] button. It is
used to register a Card or delete
PIN Code/Card information.
Card: Press the [Card] button
briefly (1 second)
Card5: Press the [Card] button
for 5 seconds.
Press the Number buttons.
Enter the Master PIN Code (4~12
digits). Factory Default: 1234
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Description
Symbols
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Description
Enter the User PIN Code (4~12
digits).(4~12 digits).
Repeat the process inside the
shape.
Touch the Card reader with the
User Card.
Press the [OPEN] button.
Enter the Management Number.
Can be set from 1 to 70.
Sound Icon Display.
Sound Indicators
Sound
Description
Fur Elise
Tiritiritiriririri
Low voltage warning sound
At the same time, [OPEN] button flash in red.
Toot
Button input sound
Toot~~ (long)
Error sound
Too~~~t
Success sound
Toot toot
Input standby sound
Toot~ toot~ (10 seconds)
Malfunction prevention warning
Ti~ ti~ ti~ ti~ (5 minutes)
Intrusion Detection/Out-of-home Security warning
Too~~t, too~~t
Double locking sound
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| Definitions
Card Button : It is used to register a Card or delete PIN Code/Card information. The length of time the Card
button is pressed varies depending on the function. This button is found below the battery cover of the inside
assembly.
Double-locking : Double-locking locks the door forcibly from the inside to prevent it from being unlocked
from outside. You can enable it by using the [OPEN] button.
Emergency Power Supply : Continuing to use the lock without replacing batteries when required will lead
to the batteries discharging and cause the lock to malfunction. You can open the door by touching the external
power contact on the outside assembly (emergency battery) with a 9V battery and touching with the Card or
entering the PIN Code.
Indicator Lamp : Indicates the operational status when the Card is being read or the lock is in operation.
Initializing : Deletes all registered information and restores the factory default. After initializing, change the
Master PIN Code for security.
Intrusion Detection Function : When the inside assembly is forcibly detached while the door is locked, it
is detected by the magnetic sensor and an alarm is sounded. (The function is not activated when the magnet
is not used.)The Intrusion Detection function is a basic function and cannot be enabled or disabled.
Locking Mode (Auto/Manual) : You can enable or disable the function for locking the door automatically
when it is closed. The factory default is ‘Auto mode’. - Auto: The door is locked automatically 2 seconds after
it is closed. However, it does not function if the magnet is not used or the batteries are completely discharged.
- Manual: The door is not locked automatically when it is closed, and pressing the [Wake-up] button or the
[OPEN] button on the inside assembly locks the door.
Low Voltage : Refers to the state when the operating voltage of the lock is lower than the standard voltage,
and activates the Low Voltage Alarm (“Fur Elise”) to indicate that the batteries need to be replaced. Use the
Emergency Power when the batteries are completely discharged.
Magnetic Sensor : Detects the opening and closing of the door.
Malfunction Prevention Function (Mischief Prevention Function) : Over 5 failed authentication
attempts with unregistered PIN Codes/Cards sounds a warning for 10 seconds, and the lock stops operating
for 3 minutes. While lock operation is stopped, a ‘beep’ is sounded every 10 seconds and the lock is activated
again automatically after 3 minutes. Authenticating with a registered PIN Code or Card deactivates the warning sound. The Malfunction Prevention function is a basic function and cannot be enabled or disabled.
Management Number : It is the same number as the registered user’s address, and can be set from 1 to
70. The Management Number should be managed with caution as it is used to register or delete User PIN
Codes/Cards.
Manual Switchgear : When the batteries are completely discharged, this device is used to mechanically
lock or unlock the door from inside.
Master PIN Code : You can enter only one Master PIN (4-12 digits) Code. You can register the User PIN
Codes/Cards after authenticating with the Master PIN (4-12digits) Code. You can open the door with the
Master PIN Code, and the factory default is ‘1234’.
OPEN Button : A one-touch button to open the locked door. (It is also used to lock the door from inside in
the Manual locking mode.)
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Out-of-home Security Function : This function prevents intrusions from outside while no one is home.
Pressing the [OPEN] button or turning the manual opening/closing device while the Out-of-home function is
enabled sounds an alarm. You can enable the function by using the Master PIN Code or User PIN Code.
Random Security Function : This mode prevents the disclosure of the PIN Code by entering the PIN
Code after authenticating 2 arbitrarily selected numbers. When the buttons for 2 arbitrarily selected numbers
are illuminated, pressing the 2 illuminated buttons illuminates the whole number pad. You can enable or disable the Random Security function and the factory default is ‘Enable’.
Reset Button : This button resets the lock when the lock stops functioning. Registered information is not
deleted.
Set Button : This button is used to change the Master PIN Code/User PIN Codes or the lock settings. It
is found below the battery cover of the inside assembly. The length of time the Set button is pressed varies
depending on the function.
Sound Setting : It sets the volume of sound emitted during the input of numbers and opening or locking of
the door (Level 0~ Level 3).The sound is muted at Level 0, and is at maximum volume at Level 3. The factory
default is Level 2, and the registration mode operates at Level 2 regardless of the sound setting.
User Card : You can register up to 70 User Cards including the User PIN Codes. You can open the door
with a User Card.
User PIN Code : You can register up to 70 User PIN Codes (4-12 digits) including the User Cards. You can
open the door with a User PIN Code.
Wake Up Button : Pressing this button activates the number pad. Enter the PIN Code or touch with the
Card while the number pad is illuminated, and when not illuminated press the [Wake Up] button to illuminate
the pad. It is also used to quit the registration mode.
Scope of Master, User Settings
Settings
Factory Defaults
Master
User
Opening the Door


Master PIN Code
Setting Up the Sound


Volume
Changing Master PIN Code

User PIN Code/Card
None
Registering User PIN Code/Card

Locking Mode
Auto
Deletion of User Code/Card

Out-of-home Security Function
Released
Setting the Locking Mode


Double-locking
Released
Setting Out-of-home Security


Random Security
Setting Double-locking


Setting Random Security


Initializing

Function
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Factory Defaults
1234
2 levels
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| Operation of Lock
Opening the door with a PIN Code
→
Press the [Wake
Up] button.
The number pad is illuminated. (If the Random Security
function is enabled, press the
2 illuminated numbers.)
Enter the PIN Code and
press the [ ] button.
Successful:
Too~~~t
Failed:
Toot~~
The door opens within
a second.
Opening the door with a Card
→
Press the [Wake Up] button.
Touch the Card reader with
a Card.
Successful:
Too~~~t
Failed:
Toot~~
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The door opens within a
second.
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| Basic Operation
Note: Pressing the [Set] or [Card] button is available while the door is opened.
(Deadbolt must be unlocked.)
Changing the Master PIN Code
Open the battery cover of the
inside assembly and press the
[Set] button for 5 seconds.
Toot → too, toot
When the number pad is illuminated, enter
the current Master PIN Code (‘1234’ after
initializing) and press the [ ] button.
Successful:
Too~~~t, toot, toot
Failed:
Toot~~
Enter the new Master PIN
Code and press the [ ]
button.
Successful:
Toot~~~t
Failed: Toot~~
Registering a User PIN Code
Open
the
battery cover
of the inside
assembly
and press the
[Set] button
briefly.
Toot
When the number
pad is illuminated,
enter the current
Master PIN Code
(‘1234’ after initializing) and press the
[ ] button.
Successful:
Too~~~t, toot, toot
Failed:
Toot~~
Enter a Management
Number (1~70) to register the User PIN Code
and press the [ ] button.
*You can’t enter a Management Number already registered.
Successful:
Toot, toot
Failed:
Toot~~
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Enter a new User
PIN Code and
press [ ] button.
Successful:
Too~~~t
Failed:
Toot~~
Press the [Wake
Up] button to quit
without registering
another User PIN
Code.
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Registering a User Card
\
Open the battery cover of the
inside assembly and press
the [Card] button briefly.
Toot
Touch the Card reader with
the Card to register.
Too~~~t
When the number pad is illuminated,
enter the current Master PIN Code
(‘1234’ after initializing) and press the
[ ] button.
Successful:
Too~~~t, toot, toot
Failed:
Toot~~
Enter a Management Number
(1~70) to register the User Card
code and press the [ ] button.
* You can’t enter a Management
Number already registered.
Successful:
Toot, toot
Failed:
Toot~~
Press the [Wake Up] button to
quit without registering another
User Card.
User PIN Code / Card deletion
Open the battery cover of the
inside assembly and press
and hold the [Card] button for
5 seconds.
Toot → Toot, toot
Enter the Master PIN Code
and press the [ ] button.
Successful:
Too~~~t, toot, toot
Failed:
Toot~~
15
Enter the Management Number (1 to
70) of the User PIN Code or card to
be deleted and press the [ ] button.
Successful:
Too~~~t
Failed:
Toot~~
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Setting the Out-of-home Security function
Press and hold the [Wake Up]
button on the outdoor assembly while the door is locked.
Press and hold the [#] button on
the outdoor assembly for 3 seconds.
Too~~t, too~~t
Setting Double Locking
Releasing Double Locking
Press the [OPEN] button on
the inside assembly for 5 seconds while the door is locked.
Enter the Master PIN Code or
User PIN Code and press the [ ]
button to set the security function.
Too~~~t
Too~~~t
Press the [OPEN] button on
the inside assembly or turn
the Manual switchgear.
Additional functions
Enable Random Security
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Toot~~
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| Troubleshooting
When the lock doesn’t function correctly, please check the items below.
If you can’t resolve the problem, please contact the nearest service center.
Problem
Resolution
Reference
● Check if the batteries are faulty or inserted in the correct polarity.
There is no power.
I can’t change the Master PIN Code.
● Check if the batteries are inserted properly or completely discharged.
● There was a delay while changing the PIN Code. The number
pad must be illuminated when changing the PIN Code. Also, after
entering the first digit the next digit must be entered within 10
seconds.
● Replace the batteries if they are discharged.
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● Refer to the ‘Registering/changing the Master PIN Code’ section
in the user manual and try again.
I can’t register the User
PIN Code.
I can’t register the User
Card.
● If the Management Number entered already contains other information, register after entering a different Management Number.
● Try registering again after checking that the User PIN Code is a
number of 4~12 digits.
● If the Management Number entered already contains other information, register after entering a different Management Number.
● You must touch the Card reader with the Card within 10 seconds
of entering the Management Number.
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● Check that the registered PIN Code was entered correctly.
I entered the PIN Code
and pressed the [ ] button, but the door won’t
open.
I can’t unlock the door
with my Card.
● If the number pad illumination is turned off while entering the PIN
Code, the button input is not registered. Press the [Wake Up] button to illuminate the number pad and enter the PIN Code again
from the beginning. (The number pad illumination is turned off
automatically if there is no input within 5 seconds)
● The Card is either unregistered or unrecognized, so try again after registering the Card.
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● The Card must touch the Card reader correctly.
I can’t unlock the door
with my PIN Code or
Card.
You can’t unlock the door with a PIN Code or Card from outside
if the Double-locking function is enabled. Pressing the [Wake Up]
button when the Double-locking function is enabled causes the lock
to emit a ‘Too~~t, too~~t’ sound.
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My PIN Code or Card
is authenticated but the
door won’t open.
The locking device may be malfunctioning. Please contact the service center.
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● Check if Auto Locking is set. When Manual Locking is set, pressing the [Wake Up] button locks the door.
The door won’t lock
automatically when I
close it.
● If the door doesn’t lock automatically when Auto Locking is set,
then the lock has been installed incorrectly. Contact a digital lock
outlet and have the lock reinstalled.
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● The Auto Locking function is not activated when the batteries are
completely discharged. Check if the batteries are discharged.
I hear the “Too~~t,
too~~t” warning sound
when I press the [Wake
Up] button.
When the Double-Locking function is enabled, pressing the [Wake
Up] button issues a warning sound. Check if Double-locking is enabled, disable the function and try again.
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The lock issues a
strange buzzer sound
(Fur Elise) when I activate it.
The sound indicates that it is time to replace the batteries. Replace
with new batteries within a week.
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There is no response
when I press the [Wake
Up] button.
● Use a pin to press the hole on the right of the external power contact of the outside assembly.
● If doing the above does nothing, contact the service center.
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| Management Number Table
Management No.
PIN CODE/CARD
User Name
Management No.
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PIN CODE/CARD
User Name
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| Product Specifications
Item
Specifications
Voltage
4 AA Alkaline 1.5 Batteries (LR6) (6V)
Emergency Power
Source
9V Battery (6LF22) (purchased separately)
Operation Method
Electronic Control Method (Password entry or Card reading)
Weight
1.8Kg (including both inside and outside assembly)
outside assembly
Product Dimensions
inside assembly
Card
68.7 mm (W) × 175.1 mm (H) × 21.5 mm (D)
2.70 inch (W) × 6.89 inch (H) × 0.85 inch (D)
69.9 mm (W) × 128.0 mm (H) × 40.5 mm (D)
2.75 inch (W) × 5.04 inch (H) × 1.59 inch (D)
85.5 mm (W) × 54.0 mm (H) × 0.9 mm (D)
3.38 inch (W) × 2.13 inch (H) × 0.04 inch (D)
The content of this manual is subject to change without prior notice to the user in order to enhance the performance of the product.
| FCC NOTICE
NOTE : This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CAUTION : Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTY
Installation of the product is considered acceptance of warranty conditions
SEOUL COMMTECH CO., LTD (SEOUL COMMTECH) warrants its products to be free from
manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship for 12 months from the date of purchase.
SEOUL COMMTECH will, within said period, at its option, repair or replace any product failing to
operate correctly without charge to the original purchaser or user.
This warranty shall not apply to any equipment, or any part thereof, which has been repaired
by others, improperly installed, improperly used, abused, altered, damaged, subjected to acts
of God, or on which any serial numbers have been altered, defaced or removed. SEOUL COMMTECH does not warrant the performance or sale conditions of the seller/installer.
There are no warranties, express or implied, which extend beyond the description on the face
hereof. There is no express or implied warranty of merchantability of a warranty of fitness for a
particular purpose. Additionally, this warranty is in lieu of all other obligations or liabilities on the
part of SEOUL COMMTECH.
Any action for breach of warranty, including but not limited to any implied warranty of merchantability, must be brought within the six months following the end of the warranty period. In no case
shall SEOUL COMMTECH be liable to anyone for any consequential or incidental damages for
breach or this or any other warranty, express or implied, even if the loss or damage is caused by
the seller’s own negligence or fault.
SEOUL COMMTECH shall have no obligation under this warranty, or otherwise, if the product
has been repaired by others, improperly installed, improperly used, abused, altered, damaged,
subjected to accident, nuisance, flood, fire or acts of God, or on which any serial numbers have
been altered, defaced or removed. SEOUL COMMTECH and its distributor will not be responsible for any dismantling, reassembly or reinstallation charges. This warranty contains the entire
warranty. It is the sole warranty and any prior agreements or representations, whether oral or
written, are either merged herein or are expressly cancelled. SEOUL COMMTECH neither assumes, nor authorizes any other person purporting to act on its behalf to modify, to change, or
to assume for it, any other warranty or liability concerning its products. In no event shall SEOUL
COMMTECH be liable for an amount in excess of SEOUL COMMTECH’s original selling price
of the product, for any loss or damage, whether direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or otherwise arising out of any failure of the product. Seller’s warranty, as hereinabove set forth, shall
not be enlarged, diminished or affected by and no obligation or liability shall arise or grow out of
Seller’s rendering of technical advice or service in connection with Buyer’s order of the goods
furnished hereunder.
SEOUL COMMTECH recommends that the entire system be completely tested weekly.
Warning: Despite frequent testing, and due to, but not limited to, any or all of the following;
criminal tampering, electrical or communications disruption, it is possible for the system to fail to
perform as expected. SEOUL COMMTECH does not represent that the product/system may not
be compromised or circumvented; or that the product or system will prevent any personal injury
or property loss by burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise; nor that the product or system will in all
cases provide adequate warning or protection. A properly installed and maintained alarm may
only reduce risk of burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise but it is not insurance or a guarantee that
these events will not occur.
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Consequently, seller shall have no liability for any personal injury, property damage, or other loss
based on a claim the product failed to give warning.
Therefore, the installer should in turn advise the consumer to take any and all precautions for his
or her safety including, but not limited to, fleeing the premises and calling police or fire department, in order to mitigate the possibilities of harm and/or damage. SEOUL COMMTECH is not
an insurer of either the property or safety of the user’s family or employees, and limits its liability
for any loss or damage including incidental or consequential damages to SEOUL COMMTECH’s
original selling price of the product regardless of the cause of such loss or damage.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or do not allow the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or differentiate in their treatment of
limitations of liability for ordinary or gross negligence, so the above limitations or exclusions may
not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
In case of the product defect, contact our U.S. Customer Service Center. In order to exercise the
warranty, you must contact our U.S. Customer Service Center and obtain a proper RMA # - the
product must be returned to our U.S. Customer Service Center at user’s shipping expense and the
replacement product will be shipped back at our expense ( For U.S customer : 201-905-9200 )
For outside U.S customer, visit our website at www.scommtech.com/en and go to Support menu
to find the contact information of our worldwide distributors.
For product service, the product in all cases must be accompanied by below warranty form. Customer must ask the reseller or installer to fill out the warranty form indicated below, otherwise the
product warranty may be considered void.
Date of Purchase or Installation :
(MM/DD/YY)
Name, telephone and full address of purchaser :
Stamp or Signature of authorized reseller / installer
Product Code and Serial Number :
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SEOUL COMMTECH
EZON® is a registered trademark of SEOUL COMMTECH Co.,Ltd.
Other products’ brand names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners and are
mentioned for reference purposes only. These materials are protected under U.S. copyright laws.
All contents current at time of publication.
SEOUL COMMTECH Co.,Ltd., reserves the right to change availability of any item in this catalog, its design,
construction, and/or its materials.
Copyright © 2009, EZON, SEOUL COMMTECH Co.,Ltd. All right reserved.
Reproduction in whole or in part without the express written permission of SEOUL COMMTECH is
prohibited.
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