SPECIAL PROGRAMMING SECTION:
PROGRAMMING KEYPAD-ONLY
STANDALONE ELECTROMECHANICAL LOCKS
by Jerry Levine
I
t has been more than 15 years, since
I first wrote about standalone, single
door electromechanical locks. These
first locks were equipped with only a
keypad as the credential required for
gaining access. They were programmed
at the door; some could only program
one user at a time. They have different types and numbers of batteries to
release the locking mechanism. No time,
no date, no audit trail or intranet connection for most of them. Only the master
code and/or programming code or
sometimes sub-masters or supervisors
codes and the user codes operate these
standalone electromechanical keypad
programmed and operated locks.
These self-contained single door
access control units are comprised of
two components; the electronics and
the modified leverset. The electronics
include the keypad, circuit board, LED’s,
battery pack and the locking/unlocking
mechanism. The modified leverset was
usually like a Storeroom function, keyed
outside and free egress. When the lock
was unlocked electronically, the outside
lever was rotated to gain access. Using
the mechanical override, rotating the
key in the lock cylinder would retract the
latch, the outside lever was usually not
unlocked.
A number of these locks are still in
daily use. Locksmiths will get service
calls to program or be asked for help in
order to program one or more of these
locks. The purpose of this article is to
provide general information and programming information on these keypad
programmed locks.
Locks discussed are the Alarm Lock
DL2700, Arrow Revolution, Code Locks
CL5000, Kaba Ilco E-plex 4000, Marks
i-Que, Sargent KP, Schlage Cobra,
Securitron SABL™ and Yale eBoss. A
photo will be included for each lock as
not all locks have their name and model
number visible for easy identification.
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Note: I have attempted to choose the
oldest lock available from each of these
manufacturers. Some of these locks
have been discontinued or are in the
process of being discontinued, but are
still in daily operation.
I have developed a chart for listing
the basic information for each manufacturer’s product. General information
will include ANSI/BHMA Grade, UL/
cUL Fire Rating, available lock configurations, lever handing, key override option,
keypad layout and button construction.
Some of these features will help to
identify the product as well as provide
needed information for servicing and
re-installation.
For example, the Marks i-Que Metro
has a 16-button keypad. The buttons are
arranged in four rows, four buttons per
row. The 16 button layout is:
Top row 123i
Upper Row
456Q
Lower row
789u
Bottom row
*0#e
The four buttons on the right side
vertical spell “iQue”.They can be used as
part of the PIN.
The next section of each chart will
include information on the Master,
Sub-Masters and “use” Codes. A “use”
code unlocks the lock and includes
User Codes, Emergency Codes and
Service (single use) Codes. The Emergency Codes normally have an extended
length unlock time for those individuals who need more time to access the
lock. An Emergency Code can for some
manufacturers provide access when
the batteries are almost exhausted. The
Service Code is a one-time User Code
that erases itself immediately after use.
It is normally programmed like any User
Code. The Code section will include
the number of codes, their hierarchy,
digits per code, default codes, and user
groups.
For example, the Alarm Lock DL2700
has one Master Code that can be configured from three to five digits. The
hierarchy has one Management Code
and the User Codes. The length of the
Master Code determines the Management and User Codes/Service Code
lengths. The Master and Management
Codes program the lock as well as operate the lock.
The Service Code is a single “use”
code that is designed for service personnel, vendors, etc. For most locks, the
single “use” code is programmed and
disappears after it has been used. Only a
Master and/or the Submaster Code can
program the Service Code. The Codelocks CL5000 Series can have up to ten
single “use” codes in addition to the
regular User Codes.
Battery life varies by lock. Each manufacturer uses the number and size of
batteries they believe will provide maximum cycle life. Most manufacturers
use “AA” batteries. One manufacturer
uses “C” batteries. Each manufacturer
provides the number of cycles. Even
though these cycle numbers may last
longer than one year’s operation, most
manufacturers recommend replacing
batteries every year to insure uninterrupted operation.
All of the manufacturers recommend
using alkaline batteries. Lithium batteries are not recommended. Some lock
manufacturers have a two stage warning. For example, Securitron SABL low
battery warning begins with two short
beeps and flash of the LED’s at first keystroke. The second stage warning is two
short beeps and the LED flash at each
keystroke.
And finally, what might be the most
important programming set of instructions, the instructions for resetting the
lock when the master code is lost. We
have condensed the basic programming
operations; for detailed instructions, contact the lock manufacturer.
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SPECIAL PROGRAMMING SECTION:
ALARM LOCK DL2700
Categories
Alarm Lock DL
2700
Grade 1
ANSI/BHMA A156.2
Cylindrical Lock Grade
UL/ULC fire rating
3 Hours, “A”
labeled doors
Cylindrical or mortise Cylindrical
Clutched Lever
Yes
Lever Handing
non-handed
(field reversible)
Yes
Key Override
Yes
Optional
No
Keypad Layout
Telephone Style,
12 button
Button Construction
Metal
Code Hierarchy
Master,
Management,
User Codes
Master Code
One
Number Of Digits
3 to 5
Factory Default Master 1-2-3-4-5
Note: Changing Master erases all codes
Sub-Master Codes no. 1
Number Of Digits
Same as Master
User Codes
Up to 15
number of digits
Same as Master
Single use code
Up to 2
(Service Code)
Successful entry
Beeps sounds,
Green LED
flashes
User code groups
3, 5 codes per
group
Levels of access
Code Required,
Passage, User,
Group or All
Lock-out
Lock-out Override
Master or
Management
Programming Capabilities:
Master Code
All
Sub-Masters
Limited
Anti-Tamper
3 invalid code
entries shuts
down lock for
approximately 20
seconds
2 beeps when
reactivated
Battery Life
Up to 175,000
cycles
Weatherized model
Optional
Low Batteries Warning 5 second dual
tone when any
key is pressed
Batteries
5AA Alkaline
Battery Location
Interior Housing,
Screw at bottom
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T
he Factory Master Code
(12345) may not be used for
programming; a new Master
Code must first be programmed
into the lock. All other codes must
have the same number of digits
(3-5) as the new Master Code.
Programming New Master Code: Enter
existing Master Code, then Program
Address before unit relocks. Enter new
Master Code, then press [AL]. Verify as
follows.
Press 12354 (factory master
code), hear beep, [AL] [1] [AL], new
master code number, [AL] again. To
verify, enter new master code again
and you should hear 6 beeps.
Management Code: Enter Master Code,
then [AL] [2] [AL] (before unit relocks.
Enter Management Code. You should
hear 6 beeps.
User 1 Code: Enter Master or Management Code, then [AL] [1] [1] [AL], then
enter User 1 Code. Again, 6 beeps
means programming was successful.
User 2 Code: [AL] [1] [2] [AL], User 2
Code
User 3 Code: [AL] [1] [3] [AL], User 3
Code
User 4 Code: [AL] [1] [4] [AL], User 4
Code
User 5 Code: [AL] [1] [5] [AL], User 5
Code
User 6 Code: [AL] [2] [1] [AL], User 6
Code
User 7 Code: [AL] [2] [2] [AL], User 7
Code
User 8 Code: [AL] [2] [3] [AL], User 8
Code
User 9 Code: [AL] [2] [4] [AL], User 9
Code
User 10 Code: [AL] [2] [5] [AL], User 10
Code
User 11 Code: [AL] [3] [1] [AL], User 11
Code
User 12 Code: [AL] [3] [2] [AL], User 12
Code
User 13 Code: [AL] [3] [3] [AL], User 13
Code
User 14 Code: [AL] [3] [4] [AL], User 14
Code
User 15 Code: [AL] [3] [5] [AL], User 15
Code
Service Code: [AL] [3] [AL], Service
Code
User Code provides entry only.
To disable any user, enter Master or
Manager Code, respective program
address, but no User Code. Allow
unit to relock.
FUNCTIONS
To program the following functions, first enter Master or Management Code, then respective program address before unit relocks.
Disable Bank 1 Users: [AL] [5] [1] [AL]
Disable Bank 2 Users: [AL] [5] [2] [AL]
Disable Bank 3 Users: [AL] [5] [3] [AL]
Disable Banks 1-3: [AL] [5] [5] [AL]
Re-enable Bank 1: [AL] [4] [1] [AL]
Re-enable Bank 2: [AL] [4] [2] [AL]
Re-enable Bank 3: [AL] [4] [3] [AL]
Re-enable Banks 1-3: [AL] [4] [4] [AL]
Enable Passage: [AL] [4] [AL], programmable by Master only
Disable Passage: [AL] [5] [AL], programmable by Master only
Battery Replacement: Must be replaced
within two minutes to avoid losing
memory. Do not press any buttons
when replacing batteries
RESET PROGRAMMING TO FACTORY
DEFAULT:
Remove batteries and press any
button
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SPECIAL PROGRAMMING SECTION:
ARROW REVOLUTION
PIN CODE PROGRAMMING EASY MODE
PIN code programming in the Easy Mode requires the “I”
button to enter the programming mode. Adding or changing
codes deletes all existing PIN codes.
1. Unscrew battery cover hex screw using tool provided. Slide
battery cover up and off to reveal the “I” button located above
the batteries.
2. Press the “I” button once. Lock response: Register User code.
Enter 1 Supervisor then up to 8 users. Enter 4 to 12-digit PIN,
followed by “#” key. Press “I” button to complete.
3. Enter the new Supervisor PIN (4 to 12 digits) followed by the
“#” key.
Lock Response: Sounds a tone for each PIN digit with digits flashing
in the sequence entered to confirm the entry. Chime signals when
playback is complete.
4. Enter the first User PIN code (4 to 12 digits) followed by the
“#” key. Lock Response: Same as 3.
5. Enter additional User PIN codes (4 to 12 digits) followed by“#”
key. Up to 8 User PINs can be entered.
6. Press “I” button to complete the process after the last playback sequence. Lock Response: “Registered.”
Notes: The “*” key is used to enter or accept an entry, and also
to conclude a programming session. The “#” key is used to enter
or to continue additional steps in a programming sequence.
RESET PROGRAMMING TO FACTORY DEFAULT:
Remove inside lever. Remove battery cover using Allen
wrench provided with lock. Remove batteries. Remove screw
from battery housing. Remove inside escutcheon.
On PC board, change position of EASY/ADVANCED
switch. This deletes all prior programming.
The Arrow
Revolution can
be programmed
in the Advanced
Mode having up to
1,000 Users. The
Advanced Mode
includes a Master
Code for programming, not access.
This mode divides
Users into 20 Supervisor Groups of
50 per group.
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Categories
ANSI/BHMA A156.2
Cylindrical Lock Grade
UL/ULC fire rating
Outside Lever
Notes:
Cylindrical or mortise?
Lever Handing
Field reversible?
Key Override
Optional
Keypad Layout
Button Type
Code Hierarchy
Master Code
Number Of Digits
Factory Default
Master Code
Notes:
Arrow Revolution
Grade 2
UL - cUL Fire Label for
all functions up to 2 hours
Free Wheeling
Outside lever disengages
when locked
Cylindrical, mortise
Non-Handed
Yes
Yes
Yes
12-Button telephone style
Touch screen
Easy Mode (Nine Users),
Supervisor, Users
Supervisor PIN
Four to 12
1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-0
Supervisor PIN
Factory default setting is
Easy Mode. Arrow uses PIN
instead of code
Not in Easy Mode
up to 8
Four to 12 digits
Sub-master Codes
User Codes no.
number of digits
Note: When adding
or changing PINS, all
existing PINs are deleted
and must be re-entered.
Single use (service code) n/a
Successful Entry
User code groups
Levels of access
When correct code and “*”
or palm touch is entered,
the illuminated display roles
upward, like a window blind
opening.
n/a
Code Required, Passage,
Lockout
Advanced mode only
Lock-out/down
Programming Capabilities:
Codes on hold
n/a
Anti-Tamper
Five unsuccessful attempts at
entering a valid PIN code the
unit will shut down and not
allow operation.
Weatherized model
Weather resistant
Battery Life
Approximately 20,000
operations
Low Batteries Warning
n/a
Batteries
Four AA Alkaline Batteries
Battery Location
Inside back cover
Battery Replacement
3/32” hex wrench
Information Warnings
9 Volt battery connections
under front of exterior
escutcheon for emergency
power
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SPECIAL PROGRAMMING SECTION:
CODELOCKS CL5000
CHANGE MASTER CODE KEY
Key Sequence: # Master Code: Enter length of Master Code Followed by new
Master Code (eg 6, 123456) Confirm length of Master Code followed by new
Master Code (eg 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
Add/Change Sub-Master: (Program 13)
Key Sequence: #Master Code, 13, Sub-Master Code (eg 2468) Result: A SubMaster Code #2468 has been entered
Delete Sub-Master Code: (Program 14)
Key Sequence: #Master Code, 14, 14. Result: Sub-Master Code has been
deleted
Enter New User Code: (Program 01)
Key Sequence: #Master Code, 01, User Code ID (eg 05), New Code (eg 4321)
Result: New Code 4321 entered as User Code ID 05 (when user enters code)
One Time User Codes: (Program 07)
Key Sequence: #Master Code, 07, One time code ID (eg 81), One time Code
(eg 4321) Result: Code 4321 in position 81 will work once and then be removed
from memory Note: ID Positions 81 to 90 reserved for program functions, allowing
up to 10 One-Time User Codes.
Suspend User Code: (Program 02)
Key Sequence: #Master Code, 02, User Code ID (eg 05) Result: User Code at
ID 05 suspended (when user 05 enters code)
Restore User Code: (Program 03)
Key Sequence: #Master Code, 03, User Code ID (eg 05)
Result: User Code at ID 05 restored (when user 05 enters code)
Suspend All User Codes: ( Program 04)
Key Sequence: #Master Code, 04. Result: All User Codes suspended (when all
users enter code)
Restore All User Codes: (Program 05)
Key Sequence: #Master Code, 05. Result: All User Codes restored (when all
users enter code)
Delete All User Codes: (Program 12)
Key Sequence: #Master Code, 12, 12, (7 secs). Result: All
User Codes will be cleared from the memory
Set Passage Mode: ( Program 08)
Key Sequence: #Master Code, 08. Result: Lock will be
continuously unlocked
Cancel Passage Mode: (Program 09)
Key Sequence: #Master Code, 09. Result: Lock will
revert to normal operation
RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULT:
Remove 1 battery. Press and hold ‘0’ button. Blue LED will
flash twice, and beep will sound twice. Release the ‘0’
button. Within 3 seconds, press the ‘*’ button 3 times.
Blue LED will light continuously for 7 seconds, then 2 beeps
will sound. lock will revert to
factory set Master, #-1-2-3-4,
and all other settings will be
erased.
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ANSI/BHMA Grade
UL/ULC fire rating
Clutched Lever
n/a
Listed
Freely rotates until proper
code is entered
Available as
Cylindrical
Lever Handing
Non-handed
Field reversible?
Yes
Key Override:
Yes
Optional:
No
Key Function:
Lock cylinder provides
emergency override and
change between passage
and code required
Keypad Layout
Telephone Style,
12-button
Button Construction Stamped stainless steel
Code Hierarchy
Master, Sub-master
(optional), User Codes
Master Code
1, must start with #
Number Of Digits
4, 5 or 6
Factory Default
#-1-2-3-4
Master
Sub-master Codes One, must start with #
Number Of Digits
Same as Master Code
User Codes.
Up to 80
number of digits
Same as Master Code
Single use (Service Up to 10
code)
Successful Entry
Blue LED blinks twice and
two beeps
Levels of access
Code Required, Passage,
Lockout
Lock-out/down
Suspend all users
Overridden by
Master or Sub-master
Programming
Master Code cannot gain
Capabilities
entrance
Master
All functions/Sub-Master
optional
Notes: Programming a code each button press
must be entered in 5 seconds, or red LED will
flash, beep and lock will revert to normal.
Codes on hold
Suspend all users
Anti-Tamper
Entering 3 incorrect User
codes will cause lock
to suspend activity for
10-second penalty
Weatherized model Weather resistant
Battery Life
Over 200,000 operations
Low Battery
Red LED will flash 5 times
Warning
before the Blue LED blinks
twice and beeps twice to
signal acceptance of the
code. Batteries should be
changed as soon as this
happens.
Batteries
Four AA Alkaline
Battery Location
Inside back cover
Warning: Non-volatile memory
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SPECIAL PROGRAMMING SECTION:
UNICAN 4000
Disable Users:
0, 00#, all code (except Master)
0, 0M#, Manager of Group M (1-6)
0, GO#, All users in Group G (1-6)
0, GU#, User U (1-9) in Group G (1-6)
0, 77#, Service access code
Activate Users:
1, 00#, All codes except master
1, 0M#, Manager of Group M (1-6)
1, GO#, All users in Group G (1-6)
1, GU#, User U (1-9) in Group G (1-6)
1, 77#, Service access code
Delete Users:
3, 00#, all codes (except Master)
3, 0M#, Manager of Group M (1-6)
3, GO#, All users in Group G (1-6)
3, GU#, User U (1-9) in Group G
(1-6)
3, 77#, Service access code
Passage Mode:
4, 00#, Off – Normal Operation
4, 01#, On – No code required to
open door
Lockout Mode:
4, 90#, Off – Normal
Operation
4, 91#, all codes, On,
All user access codes
temporarily locked out,
Master & Manager
Codes still accepted for
programming
Unlock time setup: 5, SS#,
select 1-20 sec to turn
handle after entering
valid code
Add/Modify Users:
2, 0M#, Manager of Group M (1-6)
2, KKKKKKK#, enter 7-digit code
2, GU#, User U (1-9) in Group G (1-6)
2, KKK(KKK)#, enter 3-8 digit code,
same length as all other access
codes
2, 77#, Service access code
2, 99#, Master authorization code
2, MMMMMMMM, enter 8-digit
code, M#, re-enter 8-digit code to
confirm, MMMMMMMM
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Factory Defaults: 9, 99#,
restores factory default
settings and erases all
codes except the Master
Code.
Note: There is a programming time limit.
More than 5 seconds
between key strokes
exits programming mode
Battery Replacement: Remove shrink
wrap on old batteries if necessary. If
lock in passage mode, lock reverts to
locked mode.
RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULT:
To reset programming to factory default, remove inside housing from door. Press and hold reset button for one second.
Categories
Unican 4000
ANSI/BHMA A156.2
Grade 1
Cylindrical Lock Grade
UL/ULC fire rating
3 Hours, “A” labeled
doors
Available as
Cylindrical/Mortise
Clutched Lever
Yes
Lever Handing
non-handed
Field reversible?
Yes
Key Override
Yes
Optional
No
Keypad Layout
Telephone Style,
12-button
Button Construction
Metal
Code Hierarchy
Master, Manager,
Privileged User, User
Master Code
One
Number Of Digits
8
Factory Default
1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8
Master Code
Notes: Lock will not accept factory default
Master Code
Sub-master Codes
6
Number Of Digits
7
User Codes
Up to 54
number of digits
3 to 6
Notes: 1st User Code determines length
Single use code
1
(Service Code)
Successful entry
Clutch engages,
Green LED flashes
continuously, ½ second
beep
User code groups
6, up to 9 users per
group
Levels of access
Code required, Passage,
Privacy/lockout, lockout
Lock-out/down
Master or Manager
Override
Code
Programming Capabilities:
Master Code
All
Sub-Masters
Limited
Time Limit
More than 5 sec
btn keystrokes exits
programming mode
Codes on hold
Users Lockout
Anti-Tamper
After 3-6 invalid codes,
all User Codes locked
out 30 secs - 15 min.
Entering codes during
Weatherized model
Weather resistant
Low Batteries Warning Alternating green and
red LED and buzz when
access is granted
Batteries
4AA Alkaline
Battery Location
Interior Housing, 2 5/64”
hex screws
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SPECIAL PROGRAMMING SECTION:
MARKS I-QUE METRO
Categories
ANSI/BHMA A156.2
Grade Certification
UL/ULC fire rating
Clutched Lever
Cylindrical or
mortise?
Lever Handing
field reversible?
Key Override
Optional
Keypad Type
Button Construction
Code Hierarchy
Master Code
# Characters
Factory Default
Sub-master Codes #
# Characters
User Codes
# Characters
Single use code
Successful Entry
User code groups
Levels of access
Lock-out/down
Overridden by
Programming
Capabilities
Metro
Grade 1
‘A’ Label doors
Yes
Cylindrical/Mortise, Exit
Trim/Tubular
non-handed
Yes
Yes
No
16 buttons
123i, 456Q, 789u, *0#e
flush or tactile metal
System Manager/GGM,
Choice of lower levels,
User Codes
Great Grand Master
(GGM) Code
5-10, Combination of
UID + PIN
9991234, Factory Code
becomes GGM
“GM” “M”
Same as the GGM
up to 32
Same as the GGM
No
Green LED, 1 sec
double beep
Up to 99, Users in the
same group have same
access rights
Passage, Code
Required, Multiple
Code Entry, Deny
Access by Group
Master Code
System Manager
program only, “GGM”,
“GM”, “M” no change
own UID
Codes on hold
Deny Access
Anti-Tamper
3 wrong codes,
keypad locked out
for 20 seconds, then
increases to 40
Battery Life
80,000 to 90,000
operations
Low Battery Warning First stage: double beep
& yellow LED when
code entered
Second stage: adds a
double beep every hour
till batteries fail.
Batteries
4 AA Alkaline
Battery Location
Interior battery cover
Battery Replacement Must be replaced
within 10 minutes or
memory affected
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1. INITIALIZE LOCK. Initializing the lock with a unique
6-digit code assigns a LOCK ID number to each specific
lock. Using keypad, enter the FACTORY CODE 9991234, the
#key, and the 6-digit LOCK ID (usually starting with 000001),
and finally, the #key. This code will NOT open the lock.
2. Create GREAT GRAND MASTER (GGM). This code
is required by the SYSTEM MANAGER to perform
all programming functions. In any lock system, the
number of digits used for the UID of each User must be the
same. Example: If the UID is 3 digits, all Users must have a 3
digit UID code. Also, the number of digits used for the PIN of each User must be the
same.
Example: If the GGM’s PIN is 5 digits, all Users must have a 5-digit PIN code.
Using keypad, enter the FACTORY CODE 9991234, the * key, the UID of the
system manager (either 2,3 or 4 digits), the #key, the PIN of the system manager
(either 3,4,5 or 6 digits), and finally, the #key.
Factory Code *
UID (2, 3 or 4 digits)
PIN (3, 4, 5 or 6 digits) #
9-9-9-1-2-3-4 *
1-2-3 #
1-2-3-4-5 #
The GGM is now established for the SYSTEM MANAGER only a combination of
their UID followed by their PIN. Lock is now initialized.
System Manager’s Access to the Lock: Enter UID plus PIN, then the *key. Example: 1-2-3-1-2-3-4-5 *, GGM *.
Function 01, Adding & Deleting User Codes. Min. Group Number 03
To Add Users: Enter YOUR CODE (UID and PIN), the #key, FUNCTION NUMBER (01),
the * key, the Users UID you want to include in the GROUP, the * key, the 2 digit
GROUP NUMBER, the * key, the User’s PIN, the * key twice.
Example: 1-2-3-1-2-3-4-5 # (your code), followed by 01 * (function #), 678 * (UID), 04 *
(Group number), 5678 * (PIN), *
To Delete Users: Enter YOUR CODE (UID and PIN), the #key, FUNCTION NUMBER (01),
the *key, the Users UID you want to delete, the *key, the 0 key in place of the GROUP
NO., the *key twice.
Example: 1-2-3-1-2-3-4-5 #, 01*, 678*, 0* *
The System Manager Code establishes the GGM and performs all programming
functions.Higher Groups can override access functions of lower Groups.
All Users must be assigned to a Group. Each assigned Group can have different
User restrictions.
When programming a Marks i-Que Metro, important keys are:
TERMINATOR KEY (*): Acts like the “Enter” key on a computer and is used to
add or confirm codes on the keypad.
PROGRAMMING KEY (#): After a valid PROGRAMMING CODE is entered, this key is
depressed to enter the programming mode. This key can also be used as a time saving
feature, allowing the entry of multiple functions.
At the end of any PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTION, replace the last * with a # to
return to FUNCTION NUMBER input, eliminating the need to reenter YOUR CODE.
RESET PROGRAMMING TO FACTORY DEFAULT:
Unplug battery pack. Find black and yellow wire connector. Make wire “U” and
insert into connector. Plug in battery pack, LED red then green. Lock should
relock. Remove “U” wire. Re-assemble lock.
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SPECIAL PROGRAMMING SECTION:
SARGENT KP LOCK
S
argent KP Lock factory Master
Code is “1234”. Entering 1234*
unlocks and allows lever to retract
latchbolt.
All of the following procedures start
with 99# to enter programming mode.
Change Master Code: 1234* (Yellow LED
Begins to Blink Slowly). This example uses
the Factory Default Master Code
50# 1# 01# New Master Code*
(Yellow LED Blinks Quickly) .
New Master Code* (Yellow LED
Blinks Slowly) *(Yellow LED Goes Out)
Enter Emergency Code: (Unlock Duration
Factory Set at 10 Sec)
Master Code* (Yellow LED begins to
blink slowly)
50# 1# 02# Emergency Code* (Yellow
LED blinks quickly)
Emergency Code* (Yellow LED Blinks
Slowly) * (Yellow LED goes out)
Enter Supervisory Code: Master Code*
(Yellow LED begins to blink slowly)
50# 1# 03# Super visory Code*
(Yellow LED blinks quickly)
Supervisory Code* (Yellow LED Blinks
Slowly) *(Yellow LED goes out)
Enter User Code: Supervisory or Master
Code* (Yellow LED begins to blink slowly)
50# 1# User Number (04-97)# User
Code* (Yellow LED blinks quickly)
User Code* (Yellow LED blinks
slowly)* (Yellow LED goes out)
Enter Passage (Maintained Mode) Code:
Supervisory or Master Code* (Yellow LED
Begins to blink slowly)
50# 2# User Number (04-97)# User
Code* (Yellow LED blinks quickly)
User Code* (Yellow LED Blinks
Slowly)* (Yellow LED goes out)
Enter One-Time User Code: Supervisory or
Master Code* (Yellow LED begins to blink
slowly)
50# 3# User Number# User Code*
(Yellow LED blinks quickly)
User Code* (Yellow LED Blinks
Slowly) * (Yellow LED goes out)
Clear Entire Memory: Master Code* (Yellow
LED Begins to Blink Slowly)
46# 00000# 00000# (Yellow LED
Continues to Blink Slowly)
* (Yellow LED Blinks Quickly)
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* (No Beep on Depression and Yellow
LED Goes Out)
PAUSE, Yellow LED Begins to Blink
Again
* (Yellow LED Goes Out)
Note: This deletes ALL codes, including Master, Emergency and Supervisory.
Master Code is set back to 1234, Door
Number to 0001 and Unlock time 5 Sec.
If the Master Code is unknown, Factory
Assistance will be required to clear the
memory. Call 1-800-810-WIRE
Categories
Sargent KP
ANSI/BHMA A156.2
Grade 1
Lock Cylinder Grade
UL/ULC fire rating
3 hour ‘A’ label doors
Clutched Lever
n/a
Available as
Cylindrical, Mortise or Exit Device Trim
Lever Handing
Some non-Handed
Field Reversible?
Yes
Key Override
Yes
Optional
No
Keypad Layout
Telephone-Style 12-button
Button Construction
ultraviolet stable textured material
Code Hierarchy
Master, Emergency, Supervisor, Users
Master Code # Digits
2-6,
Notes: Can repeat numbers or start
Yellow indicates programming
with “0”.
Factory Default Master
1-2-3-4
Notes: Only Master code deletes Users.
Sub-master Codes #
1 Emergency, 1 Supervisor
Number Of Digits
2-6
User Codes no.
up to 96
# of digits
1-6
Notes: Can be different lengths, Can repeat numbers. Two User Codes have 10 sec open
time (98, 99)
Single use code
Up to 96
Successful Entry
Green LED, pasage mode, flashing green LED
User code groups
n/a
Notes: When Passage Mode is activated, same User Code must be used to re-lock Lock.
Levels of access
Code required, passage
Programming Capabilities
Master Code: all, Emergency Code :10 second
unlock time
Supervisor Code
limited, No Users deleted by Supervisor Code
Codes on hold
Temporary Lockout
Anti-Tamper
3 wrong codes in succession disables all codes
for 10 seconds
Battery Life
Minimum 40,000 cycles
Low Batteries Warning
Four chirps after each code entry
Batteries
Four “C”
Battery Location
Inside of Battery cover, secured with 8-32 hex
head security screw
Battery Information Warnings
Non-volatile solid state memory
Notes: If a mistake is made during any programming procedure, depress the “*”
several times until the yellow LED goes out. If no keystroke is made in a 30 seconds, the
unfinished programming up to that point will default and you will have to start over. If
after the last “*” is depressed, the yellow LED does not go out, depress “*” once more.
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SPECIAL PROGRAMMING SECTION:
SCHLAGE COBRA
T
he Cobra lock does not have Master
or Sub-Master Codes. Instead, application codes include:
Normal Codes, Toggle Codes that either
unlock (passage mode) or relock (Code
required) and Freeze/Lockout Codes that
unlock or relock locks, and prevents other
codes from operating the locks.
One Use Codes unlock lock only once
for the unlocked time. Supervised Codes
requires two different codes to unlock lock
for the unlock time. Pass Thru Codes will
unlock the door for the unlock time even in
lockout mode.
Add Normal User Code: Enter Program Code
*, 3 *, Enter New Code, * *. To add more,
enter new code * *. To end, *.
Add One-Time User Code: Enter Program Code
*, 33 *, 113 *, enter new code, **. To add
more, enter new code **. To end, *.
Add Toggle Code: Enter Program Code *, 33
*, 191, *. Enter new code, **. To add more,
enter new code **. To end, *.
Add Freeze/Lockout Code: Enter Program Code
*, 33 *, 115 *, New Code, **. To add more,
enter New code, **. To end, *.
Add Supervised Code: Enter Program Code
*, 33 *, 117, * New Code, **. To add more,
enter New Code, **. To end, *.
Add Pass Through Code: Enter Program Code
*, 33 *, 119*. Enter New Code **. To add
more, enter New Code **. To end, *.
Change Programming Code: Enter Program
Code *, 7 *, New Program Code, *, Enter
New Program Code again, *.
Delete Codes: Enter
Program Code *, 5 *,
Code to be deleted * *.
To delete more, enter
Code to be deleted **.
To end, *
Categories
MPC Cobra Lock
ANSI/BHMA A156.2 Cylindrical Lock Grade Grade 1
UL/ULC fire rating
UL - cUL Fire Label forall functions up to
3 hours
Clutched Lever
n/a
Available as
Cylindrical
Lever Handing
Non-handed
Field reversible?
Yes
Key Override
Yes
Optional
No
Notes: Standard cylinder or 7-pin IC
Keypad Layout
6 buttons, 2 rows, 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-0, *
Notes: Each keypad button represents two numbers. For example, code 246 is
identical to code 135)
Button Construction
Metal
Code Hierarchy
Programming Code, Normal Code, Toggle
Code, Freeze/Lockout Code, One Use,
Supervised, Pass Thru
Master Code
Programming Code
Number Of Digits
5-8 digits
Factory Default
97531
Notes:
Only programs codes
Cannot unlock door
Sub-master Codes no.
n/a
User Codes.
Up to 99
number of digits
3-8
Notes:
Six types of User Codes. Each has special
applications
Single use (Service Code)
up to 99
Successful Entry
Green LED flashes during unlock time,
rotate handle to retract latch
User code groups
n/a
Levels of access
One
Lock-out/down ovverridden by
Freeze/Lockout Code
Programming Capabilities
Program Code only
Codes on hold
Freeze/Lockout Code
Anti-Tamper
n/a
Weatherized model
n/a
Battery Life
Approximately 80,000 cycles
Low Batteries Warning
First code entered, red LED flashes 12
times before the command executed.
After about 500 cycles, lock goes into “Low Battery Lockout” mode. Freeze/Lockout
Code required to gain access
Batteries
Four AA
Battery Location
Inside escutcheon cover, Four
hi-Security Snake Eyes Screws
Battery Replacement Warning
Must replace batteries within 10 min
TO RESET FACTORY DEFAULT:
Clearing memory will delete all programmed codes and restore factory default codes. If the memory needs to be erased, follow these steps.
1. Remove inside escutcheon and remove one battery
2. Press any key
3. Hold down * key and reinstall battery. Continue holding the * key
down until red LED flashes a few times and then stays on.
4. Release * key
5. Install inside escutcheon.
To return to factory default relock time delay, do steps 1-4 twice in a row.
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SPECIAL PROGRAMMING SECTION:
SECURITRON SABL
Categories
Securitron SABL
ANSI/BHMA A156.2 Grade 1
Cylindrical Lock
UL/ULC fire rating
Clutched Lever
Available as
Lever Handing
(field reversible)
Key Override
Optional
Keypad Layout
Button Construction
Code Hierarchy
Master Code
Number Of Digits
Factory Default
Master
Sub-master Codes
User Codes no.
Single use code
Successful Code
Entry (lock/
unlocked)
Levels of access
Lock-out Override
Anti-Tamper
Weatherized
Battery Life
Low Batteries
Warning
Batteries
Battery Location
Replacement
3-hour ‘A’ Label doors
Clutched Exterior Lever
Cylindrical Lock
Non-handed
Yes
Yes
No
11 buttons, 1-0 and “E”
EPDM rubber keys
Program Code, User
Codes
Program Code
5-7, only for
programming
Created Program
Code is stored at
address “00”. Must
press “PRGM” button
adjacent to batteries
n/a
up to 55, 2-7 digits
n/a
Flash once per second
red LED. Can be
reversed to green LED
Code Required,
Passage, Lock-out
User locations 58 and
59. Code required to
enter and exit Lock-out
After 16 wrong digits
entered, keypad will
lock for 15 seconds,
beeper sounds
continuously
Fully sealed exterior
electronics
Over 100,000 cycles
Two short beeps and
flash of LEDs at first
keystroke. Second, two
short beeps and LED
flash at each keystroke
6 AA Alkaline
Inside battery cover,
3/32” hex (Allen)
wrench
Non-volatile EEPROM
memory, no time
limitation
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CREATING THE PROGRAM CODE
The Program Code is the password used to change programming. The program code is stored in address “00”.
1. Remove the battery access cover to gain access to the “PRGM” button.
2. Press “PRGM” button.
3. Yellow light on keypad will flash rapidly indicating program mode.
While in the program mode, yellow light will continue to flash until exit the program mode or after a 30-second timeout period where there is no keystroke.
4. Press “00” for program code address.
5. Enter new 5 - 7 digit Program Code within 5 seconds.
6. When new Program Code is entered, wait for the red light to flash twice
confirming valid entry. A long red flash indicates an error.
SET USER CODES
User codes are stored in addresses “01” through “55”. SABL must be in Program Mode to add or delete User Codes.
1. Enter Program Code.
2. Press “E” button.
3. Yellow keypad light will flash rapidly indicating program mode.
4. Press two digit prefix for new User Code address.
5. Enter new 1- 7 digit User Code within 5 seconds.
6. Wait for red light to flash twice to confirm valid entry.
7. Press “E” to exit program mode.
To delete individual user codes, enter “79” then any User Code.
To delete all users codes, enter “88” (not program or hard code).
PASSAGE CODES OR LOCKOUT CODES
The passage codes are stored in addresses “56” and “57”. Lockout codes are
stored in addresses “58” and “59”.
1. Enter Program Code.
2. Press the “E” button.
3. Yellow keypad light will flash rapidly indicating program mode.
4. Enter “56” for passage code or “58” for lockout code within 5 seconds.
5. When desired code is entered, wait for red light to flash twice confirming
valid entry.
6. Press “E” to exit program mode.
To reverse passage or lockout code: Repeat above steps entering “57” to
exit passage or “59” to exit lockout code within 5 sec. Red light flashES twice
confirming valid entry. Press “E” to exit program mode.
RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULT, MASTER CODE UNKNOWN:
Press “HARD” button on CPU board for 1 second
Flashing yellow LED. Press “E” key until flashing stops
Confirm two (2) red flashes. Press the “PRGM” buttonon CPU board for
one second. Confirm flashing yellow LED
Enter 0-0 followed by “E” key. Confirm two (2) red flashes.
Enter 8-8 followed by “E” key. Confirm two (2) red flashes.
Enter 8-9 followed by “E” key. Confirm two (2) red flashes.
Press the “E” key to end yellow flashing LED.
Lock is back to default values
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SPECIAL PROGRAMMING SECTION:
YALE eBOSS
Categories
ANSI/BHMA A156.2
Cylindrical Grade
UL/ULC fire rating
Clutched Lever
Yale eBoss
Grade 1
3 hours ‘A’ label doors
Free wheeling only on
Cylindrical and Exit Trim
Available as
Cyl/Mort/ET
Lever Handing
Non-handed
Field reversible?
Yes
Key Override:
Yes
Optional
Yes
Keypad Layout
Telephone-style 12-button
Button Construction
Stainless steel
Code Hierarchy
Master, Supervisor,
User, Emergency, Lockout,
Passage Code
Master Code
4-7 digits plus *,
Programming
No access
Factory Default Codes Master Code 1-2-3-4.
Emergency Code 4-3-2-1
Notes: Factory master and emergency preset codes
must change before codes can be programmed
Sub-master Codes
Supervisor, Lock-out, Passage
Number Of Digits
4-7 plus *
User Codes
up to 94, 4-7 digits plus *
Single use code
n/a
Successful Entry
Green LED flash once per
second upon entry of a
correct User code
User code groups
n/a
Levels of access
Code Required Passage
Lock-out/down
Supervisor and Emergency
Override
Codes
Programming Capabilities
Master Code
All programming
Supervisor Code
All programming except to
change Master Code
Lock-out Code
Enables/disables lock-out for
User Codes
Passage Code
Enables/disables passage
mode
Emergency Code
Unlocks lock for ten seconds
handicap
Anti-Tamper (Default) After 3 successive invalid
entries, 1 long red flash and
tone. 10-sec keypad lockout, 1
short beep per sec
Weatherized model
Weather resistant keypad
Battery Life
100,000 cycles
Low Batteries Warning First, four beeps allows entry
Blackout mode four beeps
four tones
Lock operates only with
Supervisor and Emergency
Codes
Batteries
Six AA Alkaline
Battery Location
Inside beneath battery
escutcheon
Replacement Info
Non-volatile memory
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Change Master Code. EXAMPLE:
Change from 1234 (factory default)
to 3131.
Hold # depressed until Yellow
LED blinks continuously.
Enter current Master Code
(1234#). Yellow LED blinks.
Enter Program Command Code
(PCC). (51#) Yellow LED blinks
Enter User Number (1#) Yellow
LED blinks
Enter New Master Code
(3131#). Note: Master codes must
be 4-7 digits Yellow LED blinks
Re-enter New Master Code
(3131#) Green LED Blinks
If Master Code is unknown,
Red LED will flash instead of Yellow. Refer to step 3.
User Programming Commands.
These Program Modes and User Codes can be programmed
with the Supervisor Code (SC) or the Master Code (MC)
Enter Master Code: # (Hold), MC#, 51#, 1#, (4-7 Digits)#, (4-7
Digits)#
Enter Emergency Code: # (Hold), MC#, 51#, 2#, (4-7 Digits)#,
(4-7 Digits)#
Enter Supervisor Code: # (Hold), MC#, 51#, 3#, (4-7 Digits)#,
(4-7 Digits)#
Enter Lockout Code: # (Hold), MC#, 51#, 4#, (4-7 Digits)#, (4-7
Digits)#
Enter Passage Code: # (Hold), MC#, 51#, 5#, (4-7 Digits)#, (4-7
Digits)#
Enter Normal User Code: # (Hold) MC#, 51#, (6 through 99)#,
(2-7 Digits) #, (2-7 Digits)#
To delete all users (Deletes all codes back to defaults): #Hold, MC#,
60#, 60#
To delete individual User Code: #Hold, MC#, 61# (6 through 99)#
To delete block Of Users: #Hold, MC#, 62#, 1st LOC #, 2nd LOC #
User Setting Reset: resets all programming commands to default.
#Hold, MC#, 72#, 72#
TO RESET PROGRAMMING TO FACTORY DEFAULT:
To reset programming to factory default (master code
unknown), Remove inside escutcheon. Press and hold “#”
button until yellow LED blinks. Press PRGM button at top of
controller.
Enter 51#. Yellow LED blinks. Enter 1 #. Yellow LED blinks again.
Enter new master code #. Yellow LED blinks. Re-enter new Master
Code #. Yellow LED blinks. Green LED blinks. Lock back to default.
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