Stand-alone Touchscreen Access Cylindrical Lock

TM
Stand-alone Touchscreen Access Cylindrical Lock
Installation and Programming Instructions
NOTE TO INSTALLER
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS
COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE PRODUCT
AND VOID THE FACTORY WARRANTY
For Technical Assistance call Yale at 1-800-810-WIRE (9473)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Warnings..........................................................................................................................2
Introduction......................................................................................................................2
Installation
Components and Tools..............................................................................................3
Door Preparation.......................................................................................................4
Prepare Lock for Installation.................................................................................. 5-6
Install Lock............................................................................................................. 7-8
Hardware Troubleshooting.........................................................................................8
Programming
Programming Features-Menus-Keys-Definitions................................................ 9-11
Operating Modes............................................................................................... 12-16
Easy Mode................................................................................................. 12-13
Advanced Mode........................................................................................ 14-16
Miscellaneous Information.......................................................................................17
Programming Troubleshooting................................................................................18
Sample Pin Code Management Sheets..................................................................19
WARNINGS
CAUTION: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
IMPORTANT: The accuracy of the door preparation is critical for the proper functioning
and security of this cylindrical product. Misalignment can cause premature wear and a
lessening of security.
Finish Care: This lockset is designed to provide the highest standard of product quality
and performance. Care should be taken to insure a long-lasting finish. When cleaning
is required use a soft, damp cloth. Using lacquer thinner, caustic soaps, abrasive cleaners
or polishes could damage the coating and result in tarnishing.
INTRODUCTION
Yale® inTouch™ Stand-alone Touchscreen Access Lock combines robust cylindrical locksets with a contemporary electronic aesthetic.
Users benefit from an interactive touchscreen that makes day-to-day access effortless and
offers voice-guided programming for simple updates to user information in the event of
staffing changes or security breaches.
inTouch is engineered for quick & easy installation and fits into the standard ANSI/BHMA
A156.115 cylindrical locks with lever door prep with only one additional 3/4" hole and 7
screws including latchbolt and strike.
inTouch features the choice of "Easy" or "Advanced" operating modes. Locks are shipped
as a default from the factory in "Easy" mode. The desired operating mode should be determined before the completion of lock installation, but can be changed at a later time if
required.
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INSTALLATION
COMPONENTS AND TOOLS
In the box, you should find. . .
Quick Start Instructions
Inside Escutcheon Assembly:
4 AA Alkaline Batteries
Installation Instructions
• Inside Support Assembly
Latchbolt
Door Marker
• Inside Escutcheon
Strike
Outside Touchscreen Assembly
• Inside Lever Handle
Allen Wrench 3/32" (2.5mm)
• Battery Cover
Lever Removal Tool
Screw Pack (7 screws)
2 Keys (If cylinder included)
Parts Illustrations
Outside
Touchscreen
Assembly
Inside
Support
Assembly
Inside
Escutcheon
Inside
Lever
Handle
Battery Cover
4 AA Alkaline
Batteries
Latchbolt
Strike
Tools
Door Prep
ƒƒ 2-1/8" (54mm) hole saw
Lock Installation
ƒƒ #2 phillips screw driver
ƒƒ 1" (26mm) boring bit
ƒƒ Lever removal tool (supplied)
ƒƒ 5/16" (8mm) drill bit
ƒƒ 3/8" or 1/2" drill
ƒƒ 7/64" (2.5mm) drill bit
ƒƒ 3/32" Allen wrench (supplied)
ƒƒ Chisel & hammer
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DOOR PREPARATION
3/4" Diameter
Mark Door
Verify backset before marking and drilling door.
3-1/2"
A. Mark horizontal line across edge of door 40-5/16"
(1024mm) from floor.
B. Fold door marker over the edge of the door, centering
on the horizonal line.
C. Mark centers of holes at proper backset. For beveled
and square edge doors, mark both sides of the door.
A
B
C
Drill Door
Backset 2-3/8" or 2-3/4"
A. Drill 2-1/8" (54mm) dia. hole through the door.
Cut notches as shown on template.
Note: To avoid splintering wood doors, drill holes (A) and
(D) from both sides of the door.
B
B. Drill 3/4" (19mm) diameter hole through the door according
to door marker.
A
C. Drill 1" (25mm) diameter hole in edge of door. Mortise for
latchbolt front 1-1/8" (29mm) wide x 2-1/4" (57mm) high
by 5/32" deep.
D
C
D. Drill two (2) 5/16" (8mm) diameter holes through door
(see note, above).
E
E. Drill pilot holes for latchbolt screws. 7/64" (2.5mm).
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Standard Strike Box
14-5301-1033
Strikes
Prepare and Install Strike (Wood Frames Only)
A. Close the door and mark a horizontal line from the center
of the template to the frame of the door.
B. 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" (13 mm) in depth.
C. Align the holes of the strike with the vertical line. Trace
the outline of the strike and mortise with a 1/16" (1.6mm)
depth. Attach the strike with two screws (provided).
Attaching Screws
81-2012-0416
#8-8-32x3/4"
497
Optional Strike Box
#202
Attaching Screws
81-2012-0620
#12-12-24x1"
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PREPARE LOCK FOR INSTALLATION
Unpack the Lock
The lock is packed representative of how it will install on the door.
Before installation:
A. Disassemble the inside escutcheon
1. Remove the inside lever with the lever removal tool provided
2. Separate the inside support assembly from the inside escutcheon
B. Remove the battery cover
1. Unscrew the hex screw using the Allen wrench provided. The hex screw does
not come completely out.
2. Slide the battery cover off.
The outside assembly stays assembled.
Inside
Support
Assembly
Support
Assembly
Screws
Inside
Escutcheon
Battery
Cover
Inside
Lever
Handle
Determine Hand of the Door
Face the door from the secure side to determine it’s hand.
The secure side is the touchscreen side of an entrance door or the corridor side of a room door.
Note: inTouch locks are non-handed; the lever can be flipped around to the desired handing.
Left Hand Reverse
Hinges on left.
Opens outward.
For handed locks,
specify LHR.
Left Hand
Hinges on left.
Opens inward.
For handed locks,
specify LH.
Right Hand
Hinges on right.
Opens inward.
for handed locks,
specify RH.
Right Hand Reverse
Hinges on right.
Opens outward.
For handed locks,
specify RHR.
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Adjust Lock for Door Thickness (If Necessary)
A
Lock is packed pre-adjusted for 1-3/4" (44mm) doors.
To adjust for thinner door:
B
A. Remove (2) screws from outside
support assembly.
B. Slide outside assembly away
from the lock body.
F
C. Disengage plate from assembly
by sliding to the side and removing.
D. Re-seat plate on outside assembly.
Plate hole is slightly off center
(gray area). Slide plate over
assembly and slide to the center
until seated in one of the two grooves.
E. Adjust for door thickness by
D
seating plate in grooves on
assembly to match door thickness.
G
E
C
Position for 1-3/4"
thick doors
Slide Plate to re-seat in grooves
Position for 1-3/8"
thin doors
F. Re-seat plate on assembly.
G. Fasten plate and outside assembly to lock body with (2) screws.
How to Replace, Re-Key or Install Cylinder
1. Remove cylinder handle:
A. Insert key and rotate 45 degrees counterclockwise.
B. Insert lever retainer tool and push.
C. Slide lever off lock.
2. Remove the plastic sleeve from the old cylinder.
3. Slide new cylinder into sleeve.
4. Insert key into cylinder.
Important: Make sure the key cut side of key lines
up facing towards the end of the lever. If the key is
inserted incorrectly, the lock will reassemble and
B
might appear to properly work; however, when the
key is removed, the latchbolt will remain retracted.
5. Rotate key 45 degrees counterclockwise.
Depress retainer plate, push the handle onto the shank until fully seated.
Pull on handle to insure properly seated.
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A
2-5/8" (66.5) For 6 pin cylinders, 1-3/8" thick doors
2-7/8" (73) For 6 pin cylinders, 1-3/4" thick doors ONLY
1-3/16" (30) For 6 pin cylinders, 1-3/8" thick doors
1-7/16" (36.5) For 6 pin cylinders, 1-3/4" thick doors ONLY
CAUTION: The cylinders furnished with inTouch™ lock for use in 1-3/8" doors have a tailpiece
that is 1/4" shorter than the standard cylinders that are furnished for 1-3/4" doors. Trying to
install a standard cylinder in 1-3/8" will DAMAGE the lock body.
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INSTALL LOCK
Inside Assembly
Outside Assembly
Escutcheon Screw
(1) 10-32 x 3/4" Pan Head
With Star Washer Screw
Touchscreen
Cable
9
3b
13
12
3
10
5
3a
1
1
4
Motor Cable
Retractor
Engages
Bolt Tail(s)
Latch
11
Support Assembly Screws
(2) 10-32 x 2-1/2" Flat
Head Machine Screws
8
Easy /
Advanced
Mode
7
Touchscreen
Cable
Connector
9b
Touchscreen Cable
Routing
"Z" Fold
(2) 8-32 x 3/4"
Flat Head
Combination Screws
2
(2) 8-32 x 3/4"
Flat Head
Combination Screws
Frame
Engages
Latchcase
Lock Body
Detail A
EASY
ADVANCED
EXT-PWR / REMOTE / MOTOR
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EXT-PWR / REMOTE / MOTOR
Directions
1. Install latchbolt in door. Be sure that bevel
edge of bolt faces strike. Attach with two
screws supplied.
2. Install strike on the door frame.
3. Insert outside assembly through door, making
sure that the lock body frame hooks latch case
and retractor engages bolt tail(s). DO NOT
FORCE (See Detail A above). If lock body
does not engage latch easily, check door
preparation for errors.
a. Guide motor cable (red and black wires)
through 2-1/8" diameter hole.
b. Guide touchscreen cable through 3/4"
diameter upper hole.
4. Guide motor cable through rectangular
hole on inside support assembly.
5. Slide inside support assembly over outside
assembly, lining up top and bottom screw
guides with holes in door. Secure both
assemblies with (2) 10-32 x 2-1/2" flat head
machine screws. Do not over-tighten.
6. Attach motor cable connector to the
inside escutcheon PC board header
marked “MOTOR.”
7. Attach the touchscreen cable connector to
the inside escutcheon PC board header
as illustrated.
8. Select EASY or ADVANCED Mode using the
switch on the back of the PC board.
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Directions, Continued
9. Slide inside escutcheon over inside
support assembly.
CAUTION:
a. Position motor cable against inside
support assembly. Avoid pinching wires
against the steel shank of the assembly.
b. “Z” fold touchscreen wire cable and lay
against the back recessed area of
the escutcheon assembly. Position and
bend wires to prevent binding when
installing the escutcheon over the
support assembly.
10. Install and secure the 10-32 x 3/4" pan
head screw through the center of the
battery housing into the barrel nut of
the outside assembly.
11. Slide on inside lever and push in to attach.
12. Insert four (4) AA alkaline batteries. The
lock responds, “Welcome to the Yale
Digital World.”
Note: Refer to programming instructions prior to
completion of step 13.
13. Install battery cover and tighten hex head
screw with Allen wrench provided with lock.
HARDWARE TROUBLESHOOTING
Test the Operation of the Lockset
Cycle the lock in both the locked and the unlocked positions. If problems are found:
Symptom
Door is binding
Suggested Action
a. Check that door and frame are properly aligned and door is free swinging.
b. Check hinges: They should not be loose or have excessive wear on knuckles.
Latchbolt will not deadlock
a. Either strike is out of alignment or the gap between the door and jamb is too great.
Realign strike or shim strike out towards flat area of latchbolt.
Latchbolt does not retract or extend properly
Latchbolt tail and retractor are not properly positioned:
a. Remove lockset. Look though 2-1/8" hole and verify latchbolt tail is centered
between top and bottom of hole.
b. Remove latchbolt and insert lockset. Look though latchbolt hole and verify retractor
mouth centered in hole. If not, adjust outside rose plate.
c. If necessary, rebore holes to line up retractor and tail.
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PROGRAMMING
Programming Features-Menus-Keys-Definitions................................................ 9-11
Operating Modes............................................................................................... 12-16
Easy Mode................................................................................................. 12-13
Advanced Mode........................................................................................ 14-16
Miscellaneous Information.......................................................................................17
Programming Troubleshooting................................................................................18
Sample Pin Code Management Sheets..................................................................19
PROGRAMMING FEATURES - MENUS - KEYS - DEFINITIONS
Outside
Numbers
Inside
HEX Screw
" P " Key
(Reurn to Previous)
Battery Cover
" I " Button
Touchscreen
Low
Battery
4 AA
Alkaline
Batteries
Passage Mode
Lockout
Mode
Cylinder
Speaker
Status LED
9 Volt
Emergency Power
Supply Terminal
9 Volt Batteries Purchased Separately
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Menu and Icons
Touch the screen with palm of hand or
fingers to begin and end actions.
~
Click the indicated number.
Press the Star key on the touchscreen to
Enter or Accept entry.
1
Low Battery
M
Enter Master PIN code (6 digits in length).
Advanced Mode only. Factory default: 123456.
S
Enter Supervisor PIN code. Can be 4-12 digits
in length. Factory default: 1234567890.
U
Enter User PIN. Can be 4-12 digits in length.
Press the Pound key on the touchscreen to
enter Menu mode.
Supervisor Serial Number (00 - 19).
Advanced Mode only.
Press this key to return to the previous
step or menu setting.
User Serial Number (01 - 49).
Advanced mode only.
Repeat operation using settings indicated.
Enter value 1 - 10 (times or seconds).
The I-Button is located under the battery
cover. Remove battery cover for access.
Enter value 1 - 255 (seconds).
Slide the batter cover up and off.
Voice guide.
2
Passage Mode
3
Lockout Mode
4
Return to Previous Step
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Lock and Unlock - Audio and Visual
Definitions
Advanced Mode: See "Advanced Mode" on page 14.
All Code Lockout: Advanced mode only. This feature is enabled only by the Master code. When
enabled, it restricts all user PIN code access. When the unit is in Lockout, the red locked
padlock will appear on the screen.
Easy Mode: See "Easy Mode" on page 12.
Emergency Power Supply: 9V battery connections are located under the front of the outside
escutcheon. In the case that the 4 AA alkaline batteries are completely discharged, a 9V battery can be used to supply power to the lock. While connecting the 9V battery, the lock can
be operated as normal, thus granting access so the 4 AA alkaline batteries can be replaced.
Group Lockout: Advanced mode only. This feature can be enabled by either the Master code or
the Supervisor code. If Group Lockout is enabled through the Master code, specific Supervisors and their entire group of Users will be locked out. If Group Lockout is enabled through
the Supervisor code, only Users corresponding to that Supervisor are locked out.
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Definitions
I-Button: Easy mode only. Located under the battery cover, the “I” button is used for changing
the default Supervisor code and can be used for programming.
Low Battery: When battery power is low, the low battery icon will begin blinking. If battery
power is completely lost, the emergency power supply can be used.
Operating Modes: inTouch™ features the choice of Easy or Advanced operating modes. The
desired operating mode should be determined before the completion of lock installation, but
can be changed at a later time if required.
Passage Mode: Easy and Advanced mode. Enabling Passage mode allows continuous entry for
non-restricted traffic. Passage mode is enabled or disabled through feature programming by
either the Master or Supervisor code. When the unit is in Passage Mode, the green unlocked
padlock will appear on the screen.
Master Code: Advanced mode only. The Master code is used for programming Supervisor
codes and also for feature settings. The Master code will not operate the lock.
Re-lock Time: After successful code entry and the unit unlocks, it will automatically re-lock
after a default of five (5) seconds. Re-lock time is adjustable from one (1) to ten (10) seconds
in Advanced mode only through feature settings.
Shut Down Time: The unit will shut down for a default of one hundred and eighty (180) seconds
and not allow operation after the wrong code entry limit has been met. Shut down time is
adjustable from one (1) to two hundred and fifty-five (255) seconds in Advanced mode only
through feature settings. When the unit is in Shut Down, the red locked padlock icon
will be flashing.
Silent Mode: Easy and Advanced mode. Enabling Silent mode shuts off the code confirmation tone playback for use in quiet areas. Silent mode is enabled or disabled through feature
programming by either the Master or Supervisor code.
Status LED: Located on inside escutcheon. Flashes green to indicate lock in Passage mode.
Supervisor Code: Easy and Advanced mode. The Supervisor code is used for programming
User codes and also for feature settings. The Supervisor code will operate the lock.
User Code: Easy and Advanced mode. The User code is used for operating the lock.
User Lockout: Advanced mode only. This feature can be enabled only by the Supervisor code.
When enabled, it restricts User PIN code access only for specified User numbers corresponding to that Supervisor.
Wrong Code Entry Limit: After a default of five (5) unsuccessful attempts at entering a valid PIN
code the unit will shut down and not allow operation. Wrong code entry limit is adjustable
from one (1) to ten (10) times in Advanced mode only through feature settings.
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OPERATING MODES
Easy Mode
Provides a simple, easy-to-use system for general use. In Easy mode, a total of 9 PIN codes
are available for access. Code assignments consist of one (1) Supervisor code and eight (8)
User codes.
Supervisor
User 1
User 2
User 3
User 4
User 5
User 6
User 7
User 8
Feature
ƒƒ Initial programming is performed by the use of the
button
(located under the battery cover of the inside escutcheon) and
voice guided instruction. Subsequent changes to programming
can be performed through the touchscreen by the use of the
Supervisor code.
ƒƒ While in Easy mode, the lock can be programmed for Passage
mode, Silent mode or alternate Language settings. Auto Relock time, wrong code entry limits and shut down times are not
adjustable and will remain as factory default.
ƒƒ Note: After initial set-up, individual User PIN codes can not
be added to or deleted from programming. Upon entering the
Register/Change user code function, ALL existing User codes are
deleted and must be re-entered if needed.
ƒƒ The operating mode can be changed from Easy to Advanced
or visa versa for any lock. Changing the mode resets the lock
to factory defaults and all prior programming and PIN codes
will be lost. See page 17 for more information.
Supervisor
User
Settings
Factory Defaults
Entrance Authorization
x
x
Supervisor Code
1234567890
Register/Change User Code
x
Passage Mode
Disabled
Set Passage Mode
x
Silent Mode
Disabled
Set Silent Mode
x
Re-lock Time
5 Seconds
Set Language Setting Mode
x
Wrong Code Entry Limit
5 Times
Shut Down Time
180 Seconds
Language
English
Programming
I-Button
Set/Change Supervisor PIN
x
Set/Change User PIN (1 - 8)
x
Touchscreen
x
Operation of Lock
Touch lock with palm
of hand or fingers
to activate.
Enter PIN code.
Palm or touch the
key
to confirm the selection.
Turn lever to
open door.
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Register / Change PIN Codes (including Supervisor Code) through I-Button
1
2
Unscrew battery
cover hex screw
using tool
provided. Slide
battery cover up
and off to reveal
the
button
located above the
batteries.
Press the
one time.
3
Enter the new Supervisor PIN
code (4 to 12 digits), followed by
the
key.
button
Lock Response:
“Register User code.
Enter one Supervisor
then up to 8 users.
Enter a 4 to 12 digit
PIN code, each followed by the
key.
Press the
button
to complete.”
1
4
Lock Response: Sounds a tone for
each PIN code digit with digits
flashing in the sequence entered
to confirm the entry. Chime signals when playback is complete.
5
Enter the first User PIN code (4 12 digits) followed by the
key.
Press the
button
to complete the
process after the last
playback sequence.
Lock Response:
“Registered."
Lock Response: Sounds a tone for
each PIN code digit with digits
flashing in the sequence entered
to confirm the entry. Chime signals when playback is complete.
Continue to enter add User
PIN codes (4 to 12 digits each)
followed by the
key. Up to
eight User PIN codes can be
entered.
2
3
4
5
U
S
1-8
Feature Programming Through Menu Mode via Supervisor Code
1. Touch the screen with the
palm of your hand or
.
fingers to acitivate
2. Enter the 4-12 digit
Supervisor PIN code
key.
followed by the
Lock Response: “Menu
mode, enter number, press
key to continue.”
the
3. Enter digit corresponding
to the function to be
performed followed by the
key.
Follow the verbal commands.
4. Press the
key to complete
the process and conclude the
programming session.
1
2
S
3
4
U
Register User Code
1-8
Passage Mode
Enable
Disable
Silent Mode
Enable
Disable
Language Setting Mode
English
Note: When registering User codes, the code
must be entered with in 20 seconds. If time
expires, no codes are registered and the process
must be re-started.
Spanish
French
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Advanced Mode
Provides a 3-tier PIN code system for commercial use. In Advanced mode, a total of 1,000
PIN codes are available for access. The 1,000 PIN codes are divided into twenty (20)
Supervisor groups of fifty (50) User codes per group.
Advanced mode also has a Master code which is used only for programming and does not
grant access.
ƒƒ All programming is performed through the
touchscreen by use of the Master code or
Supervisor code and voice guided prompts. Only
the Supervisor code can establish User codes.
Master
00 Supervisor
04 Supervisor
09 Supervisor
19 Supervisor
01
User
01
User
01
User
02
User
02
User
02
User
03
User
03
User
03
User
48
User
48
User
48
User
49
User
49
User
49
User
Settings
Master
ƒƒ While in Advanced mode, the lock can be
programmed for Passage mode, Silent mode,
Lockout mode or alternate Language settings.
Auto re-lock time, wrong code entry limits and
shut down times are adjustable can be changed
from factory default.
ƒƒ The operating mode can be changed from
Advanced to Easy or visa versa for any lock.
Changing the mode resets the lock to factory
defaults and all prior programming and PIN
codes will be lost. See page 17 for more
information.
Supervisor
User
x
x
Entrance Authorization
Settings
Factory Defaults
Master Code
123456
Register/Change Master Code
x
Lockout Mode
Disabled
Register/Change/Delete Supervisor Code
x
Passage Mode
Disabled
Silent Mode
Disabled
Re-lock Time
5 Seconds
Register/Change/Delete User Code
x
Set All Code Lockout Mode
x
Set Group Lockout Mode
x
Set User Lockout Mode
x
Wrong Code Entry Limit
x
Shut Down Time
Language
Set Passage Mode
x
x
Set Silent Mode
x
x
Set Re-lock Time
x
Set Wrong Code Entry Limit
x
Set Shut Down Time
x
Set Language Setting Mode
x
5 Times
180 Seconds
English
Operation of Lock
Touch lock with palm
of hand or fingers
to activate.
Enter PIN code.
Palm or touch the
key
to confirm the selection.
Turn lever to
open door.
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Change Default Master Code Before Programming
1. Touch the screen with the palm of your hand or fingers to activate
.
2. Enter the 6-digit default Master PIN code (123456) followed by the
Lock Response: “Menu mode, enter number, press the
3. Enter “1” followed by the
key to continue.”
key.
4. Enter new 6-digit Master PIN code followed by the
5. Press
key.
key.
key to complete the process and conclude the programming session.
Feature Programming Through Master Code
1. Touch the screen with the palm of your hand or fingers to acitivate
2. Enter the 6-digit Master PIN code followed by the
.
key.
Lock Response: “Menu mode, enter number, press the
key to continue.”
3. Enter digit corresponding to the function to be performed followed by the
key.
Follow the verbal commands.
4. Press the
1
key to complete the process and conclude the programming session.
2
M
3
Register Master Code
Register Supervisor Code
4
M
Register
S
00-19
Delete
All Code Lockout Mode
Enable
Disable
Group Lockout Mode
Enable
00-19
Disable
00-19
Passage Mode
Enable
Disable
Silent Mode
Enable
Disable
Lock Setting Mode
Re-lock Time
Wrong Code Entry Limit
Shut Down Time
Language Setting Mode
English
Spanish
French
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Set Up Supervisor Codes
1. Touch the screen with the palm of your hand or fingers to acitivate
.
key.
2. Enter the 6-digit Master PIN code followed by the
key to continue.”
Lock Response: “Menu mode, enter number, press the
key.
3. Enter "2" followed by the
key.
4. Enter "1" followed by the
key.
5. Enter the Supervisor number to register (00-19) followed by the
key.
6. Enter a 4-12 digit PIN code for the Supervisor number followed by the
key to complete the process and conclude the programming session.
7. Press the
Feature Programming Through Supervisor Code
1. Touch the screen with the palm of your hand or fingers to activate.
key.
2. Enter the 4-12 digit Supervisor PIN code followed by the
key to continue."
Lock Response: "Menu mode, enter number, press the
key.
3. Enter digit corresponding to the function to be performed followed by the
Follow the verbal commands.
key to complete the process and conclude the programming session.
4. Press the
1
2
S
3
Register User Code
4
U
Register
01-49
Delete
Group User Lockout Mode
Enable
Disable
User Code Lockout Mode
Enable
01-49
Disable
01-49
Passage Mode
Enable
Disable
Silent Mode
Enable
Disable
To Set Up User Codes
User Codes can only be programmed through Supervisor Code.
.
1. Touch the screen with the palm of your hand or fingers to acitivate
key.
2. Enter the 4-12 digit Supervisor PIN code followed by the
key to continue.”
Lock Response: “Menu mode, enter number, press the
key.
3. Enter "1" followed by the
key.
4. Enter "1" again, followed by the
key.
5. Enter the User number to be registered (01-49) followed by the
key.
6. Enter a 4-12 digit PIN code for the User number followed by the
key to complete the process and conclude the programming session.
7. Press the
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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
To Change Operating Modes
Note: Changing the operating mode from
Easy to Advanced or vice versa deletes all
prior programming.
6
Easy / Advanced Setting
The outside assembly remains assembled.
1. Remove inside lever.
2. Remove battery cover using Allen
wrench provided with lock.
3. Remove four (4) AA alkaline batteries.
4. Remove the 10-32 x 3/4" pan head
screw from the center of the battery
housing into the barrel nut of the
outside assembly.
EASY
EXT-PWR / REMOTE / MOTOR
5. Remove inside escutcheon.
6. On the back of the PC board, change
the position of the EASY/ADVANCED switch.
To reassemble the lock, refer to steps
9 through 13 on page 8.
ADVANCED
EXT-PWR / REMOTE / MOTOR
To Return Lock to Programming Defaults
To return the lock to programming defaults without changing the operating mode:
1 - 6. Follow steps 1 through 6 (above).
7. Insert the four (4) AA alkaline batteries. The lock responds, "Welcome to the Yale Digital World."
8. Remove the batteries.
9. Change the position of the EASY/ADVANCED switch back to it's original state.
10. Reassemble the lock by referring to steps 9 through 13 on page 8.
All programming should be returned to factory defaults.
Emergency Power Suppy and Battery Replacement
9V battery connections are located under the front of the outside
escutcheon. In the case that the 4 AA alkaline batteries are
completely discharged, a 9V battery can be used to supply
power to the lock. While connecting the 9V battery, the
lock can be operated as normal, thus granting access
so the 4 AA alkaline batteries can be replaced.
Discharged batteries should be replaced right away.
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PROGRAMMING TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
Lock does not respond – door is
open and accessible.
Suggested Action
•
•
•
•
•
The touchscreen will become active when pressed with the palm or fingers in at least
3 areas simultaneously.
• Use a larger area of the palm or fingers and verify contact with at least 3 areas.
If touchscreen numbers are visible, check to see if they respond when pressed.
Check batteries are installed and oriented correctly in the battery case.
Check batteries are in good condition; replace batteries if discharged (page 17).
Check to see if touchscreen cable is properly connected and not pinched (page 7).
Lock does not respond – door is
locked and inaccessible.
•
Batteries may be completely discharged.
• Use mechanical key to gain entry and replace batteries.
• Connect a 9-volt battery to the emergency power supply terminal which is located
on the outside escutcheon, under the lever. With the 9-volt battery connected,
palm the touchscreen, enter PIN code, and palm touchscreen again (page 17).
Replace batteries.
The unit is on for a while, and then
shows no reaction. Lights dim.
•
The batteries do not have enough power. Replace the batteries.
Unit chimes to indicate code acceptance, but the door will not open.
•
•
•
Check to see if there is another locking device on the door (i.e. deadbolt).
Check the door gaps for any foreign objects between door and frame.
Check that the motor cable is firmly connected to the PC board header marked “MOTOR” (page 7).
Unit operates to allow access, but will
not automatically re-lock.
•
Check to see if Passage Mode is enabled.
• If the Passage Mode icon on the touchscreen and the status indicator on the
interior escutcheon flicker for several seconds, it is set at Passage Mode (page 9).
• Disable Passage Mode to lock the door.
If low battery indicator is lit (page 10), change batteries.
•
PIN codes will not register.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
PIN codes must consist of 4 to 12 digits to register.
The same PIN code cannot be used for multiple users.
In Advanced Mode, registration/management of PIN codes is set at the authority of
Master and/or Supervisor.
• Contact the Master or Supervisor.
In Advanced mode, the Master PIN code does not unlock the door.
In Easy Mode, User codes must be entered within 20 seconds (while the touchscreen is
active) or the process will have to be restarted.
In Easy Mode, the Supervisor PIN code can only be registered using the I-Button.
The star (*) or pound (#) can not be used as part of the PIN code.
Upon entering a PIN code and pressing the star (*) key, the unit displays
and “invalid code” error or the lock
times out without responding.
•
•
Either All Code, Group or User Lockout Mode is enabled (pages 15-16).
Only the Master or Supervisor can enable Lockout Mode.
• Contact the Master user or Supervisor.
Upon entering a PIN code and pressing the (*) key, the red padlock icon
appears and there are different tones.
•
•
Check to see if either you or your group is set at Lockout Mode.
Setting/managing Lockout Mode is up to Master and Supervisor. Contact the Master
user
or Supervisor.
The unit operates, but it makes
no sound.
•
Check to see if Silent Mode is enabled (page 13, 15).
The unit responds “Low Battery”
•
This is the voice alarm alerting that it is time to replace the batteries. Replace all four
(4)
batteries with new AA Alkaline batteries.
Upon entering a PIN code and pressing the star (*) key, the unit responds
“Wrong digit numbers.”
•
The digits entered were incorrect or incomplete. Re-enter the code.
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PIN CODE MANAGEMENT SAMPLE SHEETS
Easy Mode PIN Code Management
Door Number:
Door Number:
User Name
PIN Number
User Name
Supervisor
Supervisor
User 1
User 1
User 2
User 2
User 3
User 3
User 4
User 4
User 5
User 5
User 6
User 6
User 7
User 7
User 8
User 8
PIN Number
Advanced Mode PIN Code Management
Location:
User Type
Door Number:
User Name
Group #
User #
User
PIN Code
User Name
Group #
User #
PIN Code
User 24
Master
User 25
Supervisor
User 26
User 01
User 27
User 02
User 28
User 03
User 29
User 04
User 30
User 05
User 31
User 06
User 32
User 07
User 33
User 08
User 34
User 09
User 35
User 10
User 36
User 11
User 37
User 12
User 38
User 13
User 39
User 14
User 40
User 15
User 41
User 16
User 42
User 17
User 43
User 18
User 44
User 19
User 45
User 20
User 46
User 21
User 47
User 22
User 48
User 23
User 49
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