PROGRAMMING & OPERATING instructions

Dimensions
98mm (37/8")
or 108mm (41/4")
70mm (23/4")
193mm
(75/8")
60 mm (23/8")
or 70 mm (23/4")
35-60 mm
(13/8"-23/8")
Features
■ 500,000 operations from
4 x AA batteries (included)
■ Non-volatile memory keeps settings
if batteries are removed
■ Connections for release by remote
switch
■ Connections for automatic lock
activation (30 mins) when linked to
Fire alarm system
■ Time out penalty with audible alarm
after 3 incorrect code entries
■ Low battery warning
■ Code free entry mode mechanically
by key
■ Code free entry mode electronically
via keypad
PROGRAMMING
& OPERATING
instructions
Programming
■ Easy, quick programming via master
code allowing up to 90 different user
codes which can be 4, 5 or 6 digits long
■ Primary programmes allowing
the ability to:
At the heart of the Codelock 5000 is the
● Enter User Code and suspend or
Piezo clutch mechanism, which provides:
restore individual user code
■ Over 500,000* operations from 4 x AA cells **
● Suspend or restore all user codes
■ Durability – Tested to over 1,000,000 cycles @ 2.4Nm
● Activate code free mode
■ Reliability – solid state with low component count
● Change Master Code
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Weather resistant external housing
Reversible - fits left and right hand doors
Mechanical key override as standard
Supplied with deadlocking tubular mortice latch
* Typical lock using motor clutch mechanism
provides 80,000 operations
** 4 x 1.5v AA cells @ 2,900 mAh
PIEZO
CC5000 v.01
power
CODELOCKS LTD
Tel +44 (0)1635 268029
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sales@codelocks.co.uk
www.codelocks.com
Helpline, service & spares
FREEPHONE 0800 393405
PIEZO
power
CODES
■ The lock memory will store 90 different
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User Codes, each identified by a User Code
ID - 01 to 90.
A new code will be rejected if it is already
in the memory.
Codes may be 4, 5 or 6 digits long.
The length of the Master Code determines
the length of the User Codes.
The lock is delivered with the factory set
Master Code # 1234
You are advised to change the Master
Code immediately after installation –
(see Program 10)
The Master Code always has the # prefix
When in Programming Mode a Program
Code must be entered within 5 seconds,
otherwise the lock will revert to normal.
The * may be used at any time to clear a
wrong entry and revert to normal.
If the Master Code is changed to another
of the same length then all the User
Codes will be retained.
If the Master Code is changed to one of a
different length then all the User Codes
will be deleted.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
UNLOCK TIME The factory pre-set UNLOCK
time is 4 seconds. This may be changed –
(see Program 06).
PENALTY TIME Entering 3 incorrect User
Codes will cause the lock to suspend activity for
a penalty time of 10 seconds.
CODE FREE MODE If Code Free Mode is
required on a regular basis then it is advisable
to set it mechanically by key, as follows:
Turn the key clockwise 90 degrees, return it
to the horizontal and remove it. The lever
handle should now retract the latch without
using a code.
To reset the lock to Normal Mode turn the key
90 degrees anti-clockwise, return to horizontal
and remove it. The lever handle will not now
retract the latch without first entering a valid
code. Note that Program 08 may be used to set
the lock into Code Free Mode. If left in this Code
Free Access Mode electronically, the lock can
remain so for up to 18 months.
PROGRAMMING
REVERTING TO FACTORY SETTING If the
Master Code is not known the lock memory can
be cleared and made to revert to the factory
Master Code as follows:
1 Remove one battery
2 Press and hold the ‘0’ button, replace the
battery, the Blue LED will flash twice, beep will
sound twice, then release the ‘0’ button.
3 Within 3 seconds press the ‘*’ button 3 times
and the Blue LED will flash twice. The lock will
have reverted to the factory set Master Code,
#1234, and all other settings will be erased.
Program 01
REMOTE RELEASE OPTION The lock has 2
sets of terminals for remote release, labelled
REM 1 and REM 2 on the printed circuit board in
the front housing. Cables are provided with the
lock for these connections.
REM 1 is intended for use where there is a need
to allow a visitor to open the door after having
been identified by intercom or by sight from
within. REM 1 would be connected to a
pushbutton on a reception desk, or to the
appropriate button on an intercom. Pushing the
button would cause the Blue LED to light and
would release the lock for the normal set time.
REM 2 is intended for use where there is a need
for the door to be released by an alarm system,
such as a fire alarm. This enables emergency
personnel to rapidly check that no one is
trapped/overlooked in classrooms, wards, guest
rooms, etc during an emergency evacuation, or
during a fire drill. When activated by an alarm
REM 2 will maintain the unlocked condition for
30 minutes. During this time the red LED will
flash once every second to indicate the
unlocked condition. The lock will automatically
revert to normal after 30 minutes. If required
Program 11 can be used to revert the lock to
normal before the 30 minute period has
finished.
Program 04
BATTERY POWER The Codelock 5000 should
provide well in excess of 500,000 openings, of
4 seconds each, from 4 x AA cells rated at
2,900 mAh.
LOW BATTERY When the battery power is
low the Red LED will flash 5 times before the
Blue LED flashes to signal acceptance of the
code. Batteries should be changed as soon as
this happens.
ENTER NEW USER CODE
Master Code > ● 01 ● User Code ID (eg 05) > New Code
(eg 4321) ●
Result = New code 4321 entered at User Code ID 05 ●
Program 02
● Code accepted
● Code rejected
● ● Code(s) valid
but suspended
SUSPEND USER CODE
Master Code > ● 02 ● > User Code ID (eg 05) ●
Result = User Code at ID 05 suspended ● ●
Program 03
RESTORE USER CODE
Master Code > ● 03 ● > User code ID (eg 05) ●
Result = User Code at ID 05 restored ●
SUSPEND ALL USER CODES
Master Code > ● 04 ●
Result = All User Codes suspended ● ●
Program 05
RESTORE ALL USER CODES
Master Code > ● 05 ●
Result = All User Codes restored ●
Program 06
SET UNLOCK TIME
Master Code > ● 06 > ● enter open time (range 2 – 9 secs) ●
Result = After code entry the lock will unlock for the set time
Program 07
ONE TIME USER CODE
Master Code > ● 07 > ● enter one time code (eg 4321) ●
Result = User Code 4321 will only work once and then be removed from memory
Program 08
SET CODE FREE MODE
Master Code > ● 08 ●
Result = Lock will be continuously unlocked
Program 09
CANCEL CODE FREE MODE
Master Code > ● 09 ●
Result = Lock will revert to normal operation
Program 10
CHANGE MASTER CODE
Master Code > ● 10 > ● enter length of Master Code followed by new Master Code
(eg 6–123456) > ● confirm length of Master code followed by new Master code (6–123456) ●
Result = Master Code now changed to #123456. Note: If the length of the Master Code is
changed then all previous User Codes will be deleted
Program 11
CANCEL EMERGENCY OPEN MODE
Master Code > ● 11 ●
Result = The emergency unlocked condition via REM 2 will be cancelled and the lock will revert
to normal operation
Program 12
DELETE ALL USER CODES
Master Code > ● 12 > ● 12 ● (7 secs)
Result = All User Codes will be cleared from the memory