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Code Alarm PC 7400 Instruction manual
7400 & 7450 Family
Stand-Alone
Digital Keypad
Instruction Manual
DynaLock
(877) DYNALOCK
WWW.DYNALOCK.COM
Table of Contents
1.
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
GENERAL INFORMATION
..........................................4
INTRODUCTION
..........................................4
KEYPAD TYPES
..........................................4
BOX CONTENT
..........................................5
ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT
..........................................5
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ..........................................6
KEY FEATURES
..........................................7
FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTION ..........................................8
2.
2.1
2.2
INSTALLATION
MOUNTING THE KEYPAD
WIRING THE KEYPAD
..........................................9
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3.
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
OPERATION
MODES OF OPERATION
Normal Mode (Default)
Secure Mode
Bypass Mode
USER LEVELS
Normal Users
Secure Users
Master Users
SWITCHING MODES
Normal to Secure Mode
Secure to Normal Mode
Normal to Bypass Mode
SPECIAL FEATURES
Auxiliary Input & Output
Request to Exit Button (REX)
Tamper Feature
Lockout Feature (Keypad)
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4.
PROGRAMMING
.............................19
4.1
INTRODUCTION
.............................19
4.1.1
Entering Programming Mode
.............................20
4.1.2
Exiting Programming Mode
.............................20
4.2
CHANGING THE OPEN CODE
.............................21
4.3
CHANGING NORMAL/SECURE
.............................21
4.4
CHANGING PROGRAMMING CODE .............................22
4.5
CHANGING NORMAL/SECURE CODE..............................23
4.6
CHANGING NORMAL/BYPASS CODE .............................24
4.7
SETTING FAIL SAFE/SECURE
.............................26
4.8
SETTING AUXILIARY MODES
.............................27
4.8.1
General
.............................27
4.8.2
Auxiliary Mode Setting Guide
.............................28
4.9
SETTING LOCK OUT
.............................32
4.10
BACKLIGHT & LED BEHAVIOR
.............................33
4.11
ENROLLING CODES
.............................34
4.11.1
Primary Codes Definition
..............................34
4.11.2
Secondary Codes Definition
.............................34
4.11.3
Primary & Secondary Enrolling Methods .............................35
4.11.4
Standard Method for Enrolling Codes .............................35
4.11.5
Search Method for Enrolling Codes
.............................36
4.12
DELETING CODES
.............................38
4.12.1
Standard Method for Deleting Codes
.............................38
4.12.2
Search Method for Deleting Codes
.............................39
4.13
RELAY CODE ASSIGNMENT
.............................40
4.13.1
Using Standard Method
..............................40
4.13.2
Using Search Method
.............................41
4.14
PIN LENGTH/FACTORY SETTINGS
.............................42
4.15
REPLACE PROGRAMMING CODE
.............................43
4.16
REPLACE NORMAL/SECURE CODE .............................43
LIFE TIME WARRANTY
.............................44
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
.............................44
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General Information
1.
General Information
1.1
INTRODUCTION
1.2
KEYPAD MODELS
The 7400 & 7450 series are waterproof, stand-alone keypads. Both units
are suitable for indoor and outdoor mounting. Each unit accepts up to
500 users and allows entry via a personal identification number (PIN).
The two digital keypads described in this manual are:
•
7400-Single Gang Box & Wall Mounting, PIN only
•
7450-Narrow Mullion & Wall Mounting, PIN only
MODEL
NUMBER
RELAY
CURRENT
BACK
LIGHT
KEYPAD
TYPE
7400
2A
3x4
STANDARD
7450
2A
2x6
MULLION
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General Information
1.3
BOX CONTENT
Before beginning verify that all of the following are in the box. If anything
is missing please contact DynaLock for assistants.
•
•
•
•
•
One Unit
One Drilling Template (Label/Sticker)
One Security Spline Key
One Security Hex Screw
Four Mounting Screws and Wall Plugs
1.4
ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT
The following ancillary equipment may be required to complete
your installation:
•
Electromagnetic Lock
•
Power Supply with Battery Backup- 12-24VDC or 16-24VAC
•
Request to Exit (REX) button (optional)- normally open type;
switch is closed when pressed
•
Magnetic Contact (optional)- installed for door monitor capabilities
THESE PRODUCTS AND OTHER ACCESSORIES
CAN BE FOUND AT THE DYNALOCK WEB SITE:
WWW.DYNALOCK.COM
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General Information
1.5
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
7400
INPUT
VOLTAGE
7450
VDC
12-24 VDC
VAC
16-24 VAC
MAXIMUM INPUT
CURRENT (12 VDC)
STANDBY INPUT
CURRENT (12 VDC)
MAXIMUM RELAY
CURRENT
REX INPUT
AUXILIARY INPUT
LED INDICATORS
OPERATING
TEMPERATURES
OPERATING
HUMIDITY
OUTDOOR
USAGE
125mA
125mA
75mA
75mA
2A
2A
NORMALLY OPEN
DRY CONTACT
NORMALLY OPEN
DRY CONTACT
TWO TRI-COLORED
LED'S (MODE & DOOR)
-22 F TO 150 F
(-30 C TO 65 C)
0 TO 95%
(NON-CONDENSING)
WEATHER RESISTANT
MEETS IP65
EPOXY POTTED
SIZE
H4.72"xW2.80"
xD1.17"
H5.33"xW1.74"
xD1.12"
WEIGHT
0.54LBS
0.39LBS
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1.6
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•
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KEY FEATURES
500 Users
Water resistant
Programmable Backlight and active LED control
Three user levels: Normal, Secure, Master
Three modes of operation: Normal, Secure, Bypass
Integrated keypad for PIN entry
Selectable PIN code length from 4 to 8 digits
Auxiliary input and output
Ten auxiliary modes including: Door Ajar, Forced Door, Shunt,
Monitor
Input for request to exit (REX)
Code search feature for easy maintenance of User Codes
Internal buzzer
Vandal proof mounting screw (special tool supplied)
Two tri-color LED indicators for status and programming interface
Built in case and back tamper protection
Lockout feature on invalid code entries
Programmable lock release time
Mounting template included for easy installation
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General Information
MODE LED
DOOR LED
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
#
3
3x4 MATRIX
BACKLIT KEYPAD
BELL BUTTON
(WITH EXTERNAL SOUNDER)
DynaLock
CASE SCREW
MODE LED
DOOR LED
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
BELL BUTTON
(WITH EXTERNAL SOUNDER)
1
#
2x6 MATRIX
BACKLIT KEYPAD
DynaLock
CASE SCREW
FIGURE 1: FRONT PANEL
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Installation
2.
Installation
2.1
MOUNTING THE KEYPAD
Prior to starting, select the location where the keypad unit is to be
mounted.
Perform the following steps:
1) Open the keypad by loosening and removing the case security screw
located at the bottom using the security spline key.
2) Depending on the type of installation, gang box or wall mount, drill the
respective holes into the rear cover.
A
A
TAMPER
LENS
TAMPER
LENS
A
A
FIGURE 2: DRILLING HOLES IDENTIFICATION
NOTE: THE CENTRAL HOLE IS FOR ROUTING THE WIRING TO THE CONTROLLER
3) Use the provided drilling template to accurately locate and drill the
required holes in the wall or panel.
4) Use the hardware provided to mount the back plate on the wall or
gang box. Route the wiring via the large center hole in the back plate.
Check to make sure the back plate is level.
5) Wire the keypads pre-wired cable as instructed in this manual.
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6) Once wired, replace the keypad back onto its back plate and secure
using the tamper proof screw and special tool, supplied with the hardware.
2.2
WIRING THE KEYPAD
The keypads are provided with a 3 foot, prewired, 10 conductor 18AWG
cable. Wire according to the following steps:
1) Cut and strip the conductors to the necessary length.
2) Splice the keypad wires to the corresponding ancillary devices and
insulate each connection, including any unused wires. Refer to the wiring color guide table and the wiring diagrams, depending on the desired
application:
Wiring the Lock Relay & REX (Figure 3)
Wiring for Auxiliary Input & Output (Figure 4)
Wiring External Sounder (Figure 5)
Wiring for Electromagnetic Locks for Shunt Auxiliary Mode (Figure 6)
Wiring an External Sounder for Door Chime (Figure 7)
WIRING COLOR GUIDE
COLOR
DESCRIPTION
RED
VOLTAGE INPUT
BLACK
GROUND
GREEN
REX/BL
WHITE
IN/MONITOR
PURPLE
LOCK: COM
GRAY
LOCK: N.O.
BROWN
LOCK: N.C.
BLUE
AUX: COM
YELLOW
AUX: N.O.
ORANGE
AUX: N.C.
SMALLER GAUGE BLACK
RF SHIELDING WIRE
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GROUND
V IN
REX/BL
N.O.
LOCK
COM
BLACK
RED
GREEN
GRAY
PURPLE
(+)
(+)
DYNALOCK
ELECTROMAGNETIC
LOCK
(-)
R
E
X
(-)
COMMON
POWER SUPPLY
12-24VDC
OR
16-24VAC
(-)
FROM TRANSFORMER
FIGURE 3: WIRING DIAGRAM FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC LOCK RELAY & REX
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WHITE
IN/MONITOR
YELLOW: N.O.
ORANGE: N.C.
AUXILIARY
BLUE: COM
BLACK
GROUND
(+)
RED
AUX. IN
V IN
(-)
COMMON
POWER SUPPLY
12-24VDC
OR
16-24VAC
FROM TRANSFORMER
(+)
AUXILIARY
LOAD
(-)
MOV# 500189
OPTIONAL FOR INDUCTIVE LOADS,
NOT SUPPLIED
FIGURE 4: WIRING DIAGRAM FOR AUXILIARY INPUT & OUTPUT
GROUND
V IN
AUX: COM
AUX: N.C.
BLACK
RED
BLUE
ORANGE
(+)
EXTERNAL
SOUNDER
COMMON
POWER SUPPLY
12-24VDC
OR
16-24VAC
(-)
(+)
(-)
FIGURE 5: WIRING DIAGRAM FOR AN EXTERNAL SOUNDER:
AUXILIARY MODE 3
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AUXILIARY: N.C.
AUXILIARY: COM
ORANGE
BLUE
THIS DIAGRAM IS FOR DYNALOCK
ELECTROMAGNETIC LOCKS
DSM & DYN OPTIONS
(+)
(+)
N.O. COM N.C.
POWER
SUPPLY
12-24VDC
OR
16-24VAC
DSM
AND/OR
DYN
MONITOR/ALARM
DSM
AND/OR
(-)
DYN OUTPUT
(-)
FIGURE 6: WIRING DIAGRAM FOR WIRING DIRECT SHUNT; AUXILIARY MODE 4
GROUND
V IN
BLACK
RED
LOCK STRIKE: COM
AND/OR
AUXILIARY: COM
PURPLE AND/OR BLUE
LOCK STRIKE: N.O.
AND/OR
AUXILIARY RELAY: N.O.
GRAY AND/OR YELLOW
(+)
(+)
COMMON
POWER SUPPLY
EXTERNAL
SOUNDER
12-24VDC
OR
16-24VAC
(-)
(-)
FIGURE 7: WIRING DIAGRAM FOR EXTERNAL SOUNDER FOR "DOOR CHIME" FEATURE
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Operation
3.
Operation
3.1
MODES OF OPERATION
The keypad has three modes of operation. These are indicated by the
color of the Mode Indicator LED:
3.1.1
Normal Mode (Default) Mode Indicator is green
In Normal Mode, the door is locked until a valid Primary Code is entered.
THE KEYPAD CAN ONLY BE PROGRAMMED IN NORMAL MODE
3.1.2
Secure Mode
Mode Indicator is red
Only Secure or Master users can access the premises in Secure Mode,
A Secure user must enter a Primary and Secondary Code to gain entry.
Once the Primary Code has been entered, the Door Indicator LED will
flash green for 10 seconds. During this time, the Secondary Code must
be entered. A Master user only needs to enter their code once to enter.
3.1.3
Bypass Mode
Mode Indicator is orange
In Bypass Mode, access to the premises is dependant on the Lock relay;
that is, if the relay is programmed for fail-safe or fail-secure operation.
When the Lock relay is programmed for fail-secure operation, the door is
locked until the star button (*) is depressed.
When the Lock relay is programmed for fail-safe operation, the door is
constantly unlocked.
In case of a power failure, once the power is restored, the keypad will
return to Normal Mode, for security reasons.
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Operation
3.2
USER LEVELS
7400 and 7450 keypads accept up to 500 users and provide entry via
the use of PIN Codes. Each user is allocated two memory slots:
1) Primary Code
2) Secondary Code
The way in which the two memory slots are programmed, determines a
users access level. It also establishes what access is granted for each of
the three modes of operation. There are three user levels:
3.2.1
Normal User
A normal user only has a Primary Code and is granted access only
when the keypad is in Normal or Bypass Mode.
3.2.2
Secure User
A secure user must have a Primary and Secondary Code assigned, and
the two codes can’t be the same. The secure user can gain access in
any mode of operation. In Normal Mode the secure user must use the
Primary Code to gain entry. In Secure Mode the secure user must first
enter the Primary and then the Secondary Code, in order to enter.
3.2.3
Master User
A master user must have an identical Primary and Secondary Code assigned. The codes are entered with the same PIN. The master user can
enter during any mode of operation by entering their code once.
3.3
SWITCHING OPERATIONAL MODES
3.3.1
Switching From Normal to Secure Mode
The default factory setting for the Normal/Secure Code is 3838
1) Enter the Normal/Secure code.
MODE
MODE INDICATOR FLASHES RED
MODE DOOR
MODE
DOOR
DOOR
GREEN
RED
2) Depress the # key to confirm
the change.
MODE INDICATOR STAYS RED
RED
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Operation
3.3.2
Switching From Secure to Normal Mode
The default factory setting for the Normal/Secure Code is 3838.
1) Enter the Normal/Secure code.
MODE
DOOR
GREEN
MODE INDICATOR FLASHES GREEN
MODE DOOR
MODE
DOOR
GREEN
2) Depress the # key to confirm
the change.
MODE INDICATOR STAYS GREEN
GREEN
The auxiliary mode of the keypad can also be used to switch the mode
of operation from Secure to Normal Mode and vice versa. If the auxiliary
input is selected it deactivates the Normal/Secure Mode Code.
Refer to Setting the Auxiliary Mode , paragraph 4.8.
3.3.3
Switching From Normal to Bypass Mode
By default, there is no Normal/Bypass Mode Code. The Normal/Bypass
Code must first be programmed to use this function. Refer to paragraph
4.6 to create or modify the Normal/Bypass Code.
1) Enter the Normal/Bypass code.
MODE
DOOR
GREEN
MODE INDICATOR FLASHES ORANGE
MODE DOOR
MODE
DOOR
ORANGE
2) Depress the # key to confirm
the change.
MODE INDICATOR STAYS ORANGE
ORANGE
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3.3.4
Switching From Bypass to Normal Mode
1) Enter the Normal/Bypass code.
MODE
DOOR
ORANGE
MODE INDICATOR FLASHES GREEN
MODE DOOR
MODE
DOOR
GREEN
2) Depress the # key to confirm
the change.
MODE INDICATOR STAYS GREEN
GREEN
3.4
SPECIAL OPERATIONAL FEATURES
Some installation-specific features are exercised, as required by the
system. These features are implemented as shown in Figures 4-6.
3.4.1
Auxiliary Input & Output
For optimum usability in different applications, the keypad’s auxiliary
input and output can be configured in ten different modes of operation.
Refer to Setting the Auxiliary Mode in paragraph 4.8.
3.4.2
Request to Exit (REX)
A REX push button may be located within the premises and used to
open the door from the inside. It is usually located in a convenient
location (e.g. next to the door at the receptionist’s desk). The function
of the REX depends on the Lock relay, and wether it is programmed for
fail-safe or fail-secure operation.
Fail-Secure Operation: from the moment the REX is depressed, the
door will be unlocked until the Lock release time has elapsed. After this
time, the door will be locked, even if the REX has not been released.
Fail-Safe Operation: from the moment the REX push button is
depressed, the door will be unlocked until the REX is released. In this
case, the Lock relay only begins its countdown once the REX has been
released. This feature is designed to keep the door open, when used in
conjunction with fire systems.
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3.4.3
Tamper Feature
In case the keypad is forcibly opened or removed from the wall, a
tamper event is triggered. A tamper signal is sent to an external sounder
(refer to Figure 5 wiring diagram on page 12). The output time can be
easily programmed with the keypad from 0 to 9 minutes. The tamper
event can activate the auxiliary output if the keypad is in Auxiliary Mode
3. Refer to the Quick Reference Guide for Auxiliary Mode Setting Table
in paragraph 4.8.2.
3.4.4
Lockout Feature
In case the keypad is presented with invalid codes several times, consecutively, the keypad will go into lockout mode. When a lockout occurs,
the keypad is deactivated so no codes can be entered until the preset
lockout period expires. During the lockout, the Mode Indicator LED is
off, the Door Indicator LED flashes red, and the keypad beeps every two
seconds. Refer to Programming Menu 6 for detailed instructions for this
feature.
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Programming
4.
Programming
4.1
INTRODUCTION
Programming is done solely via the keypad driven Programming Menu
System. To reach the Programming Menu System, the keypad must
first be placed into Programming Mode. Refer to Entering Programming
Mode in paragraph 4.1.1.
During the manufacturing process, certain codes and settings are preprogrammed. These settings are the default factory settings.
THE TABLE BELOW SHOWS ALL THE PROGRAMMING MENUS, WITH DEFAULT FACTORY SETTINGS
DEFAULT
MENU DESCRIPTION
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
6
6
6
7
8
9
0
4 DIGIT 5 DIGIT 6 DIGIT 4-8 DIGITS
PAGE
No.
CHANGE OPEN CODE
CHANGE AUXILIARY CODE
2580
25802 258025 25802580
0852
08520 085208 08520852
21
CHANGE PROGRAM CODE
1234
12341 123412 12341234
22
CHANGE NORMAL/SECURE CODE
CHANGE NORMAL/BYPASS CODE
CHANGE DOOR RELEASE TIME
DEFINE AUXILIARY INPUTS/OUTPUTS
SET LOCKOUT FEATURES
BACKLIGHT AND LED BEHAVIOR
3838
38383 383838 38383838
23
21
24
0004
26
2004
27
4000
32
5100
33
ENROLL PIN
DELETE PIN
CODE ASSIGNMENT WITH STRIKE/AUXILIARY
RESTORE DEFAULTS/CHANGE PIN LENGTH
35
38
40
42
TABLE 1 PROGRAMMING MENU
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Programming
4.1.1
F
Entering the Programming Mode
Note:
•
The keypad must be in Normal Mode to enter Programming.
•
The factory default 4 digit Programming Code is 1234.
•
If a Programming Code is not entered within 5 seconds,
the keypad will return to its Normal Mode.
1) Depress the # key, in rapid
succession .
MODE INDICATOR WILL TURN OFF
DOOR INDICATOR WILL TURN RED
DOOR
MODE
RED
2) Enter your Programming Code.
IF THE PROGRAMMING CODE IS VALID,
THE DOOR INDICATOR WILL TURN
MODE
GREEN AND THE KEYPAD WILL ENTER
PROGRAMMING MODE.
4.1.2
F
DOOR
GREEN
Exiting the Programming Mode
Note:
•
Invalid entries may reset the keypad back to Normal
Mode.
•
If no keys are pressed for 1 minute, while in Programming
Mode, the keypad will exit the Programming Mode and
return to Normal Mode.
1) To exit the Programming Mode,
depress the # key twice, in succession.
YOU WILL HEAR THREE BEEPS
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS OFF
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS GREEN
DOOR
MODE
GREEN
This indicates the keypad has
returned to Normal Mode.
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Programming
4.2
CHANGING THE OPEN CODE
The Open Code is mainly used as a method to quickly test the Lock
relay during installation. The factory 4 digit default setting for the Open
Code is 2580. For security reasons when the first user is added to
the keypad or the auxiliary code is changed, the default Open Code
will automatically be deleted. Non default codes will not be erased
automatically.
F
Note:
•
Open Code does not function in Secure Mode.
•
Invalid entries; you will hear a long beep and the keypad
will return to Normal Mode.
•
Code 0000 will erase and deactivate the Open Code.
1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Depress -1- to enter Menu 1.
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS RED
THE DOOR INDICATOR STAYS GREEN
DOOR
MODE
RED GREEN
3) Enter the new code you wish
to set as the Open Code.
4) System returns to Normal Mode.
YOU WILL HEAR 3 BEEPS
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS OFF
4.3
DOOR
MODE
GREEN
CHANGING THE AUXILIARY CODE
The Auxiliary Code is mainly used as a method to quickly test the auxiliary relay during installation. The default 4 digit factory setting for the
Auxiliary Code is 0852. For security reasons when the first user is added
or the Open Code is changed, the default Auxiliary Code will automatically deleted. Non default codes will not be erased automatically.
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F
Note:
•
Auxiliary Code does not function in Secure Mode.
•
Auxiliary Code only works when the Auxiliary Mode is 0,
1, 8, or 9.
•
Invalid entries; you will hear a long beep and the keypad
will return to Normal Mode.
•
Code 0000 will erase and deactivate the Auxiliary Code.
1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Depress -2- to enter Menu 2.
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS ORANGE
THE DOOR INDICATOR STAYS GREEN MODE
ORANGE
DOOR
GREEN
3) Enter the new code you wish
to set as the Auxiliary Code.
4) System returns to Normal Mode.
YOU WILL HEAR 3 BEEPS
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS OFF
4.4
F
DOOR
MODE
GREEN
CHANGING THE PROGRAMMING CODE
Note:
•
The code 0000 is not valid, thus the Programming Code
cant be erased.
•
Invalid entries; you will hear a long beep and the keypad
will return to Normal Mode.
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1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Depress -3- to enter Menu 3.
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR STAYS GREEN
DOOR
MODE
GREEN GREEN
3) Enter the new code you wish
to set as the Programming Code.
4) System returns to Normal Mode.
YOU WILL HEAR 3 BEEPS
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS OFF
4.5
F
DOOR
MODE
GREEN
CHANGING THE NORMAL/SECURE CODE
Note:
•
When in Auxiliary Mode 1, 2, 3, or 4 the auxiliary input
takes priority over the Normal/Secure Code.
•
Invalid entries; you will hear a long beep and the keypad
will return to Normal Mode.
•
Code 0000 will erase and deactivate the Normal/Secure
Code.
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Programming
1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Depress -4- to enter Menu 4.
THE MODE INDICATOR FLASHES RED
THE DOOR INDICATOR STAYS GREEN
MODE DOOR
MODE
DOOR
RED GREEN
3) Enter the new code you wish
to set as the Normal/Secure Code.
4) System returns to Normal Mode.
YOU WILL HEAR 3 BEEPS
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS OFF
4.6
GREEN
CHANGING THE NORMAL/BYPASS CODE
The Normal/Bypass Code is also used to turn the door chime on and off.
Door chime will only function with an external sounder. Refer to
Figure 7 on page 13.
F
Note:
•
The chime is only heard when the Lock relay is activated
by a valid code entry.
•
Invalid entries; you will hear a long beep and the keypad
will return to Normal Mode.
•
Code 0000 will erase and deactivate the Normal/Bypass
Code.
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1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Depress -5- to enter Menu 5.
THE MODE INDICATOR FLASHES ORANGE
DOOR
MODE THE DOOR INDICATOR STAYS GREEN
ORANGE GREEN
3) Hereafter, are 4 different ways to
program the Normal/Bypass Code
and the door chime.
3) Hereafter, are 4 different ways to
program the Normal/Bypass Code
and the door chime.
A) DISABLE BOTH BYPASS CODE AND
DOOR CHIME: ENTER CODE 0000
0
0
0
0
B) DISABLE BYPASS CODE AND ENABLE
DOOR CHIME: ENTER CODE 0001
0
0
0
1
C) ENABLE BYPASS CODE AND DISABLE
THE DOOR CHIME: ENTER ANY CODE
ENDING WITH 0
?
?
?
0
D) ENABLE BOTH BYPASS CODE AND
DOOR CHIME: ENTER ANY CODE NOT
ENDING IN 0
?
?
?
0
4) System returns to Normal Mode.
YOU WILL HEAR 3 BEEPS
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS OFF
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4.7
SETTING FAIL SAFE/SECURE OPERATION
In this paragraph, the fail-safe/fail-secure operation of the door lock
and release time are set. Setting the sounding period for the siren
feature requires an external sounder.
1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Depress -6- to enter Menu 6.
THE MODE INDICATOR FLASHES GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR STAYS GREEN
3) Construct a code using the
following instructions.
?
MODE GREEN GREEN
?
?
?
FIRST DIGIT:
FOR FAIL SECURE:
SET THE 1ST DIGIT TO 0
FOR FAIL SAFE:
SET THE 1ST DIGIT TO 1
SECOND DIGIT:
SIREN TIME:
ENTER 0 TO 9 (MINUTES)
THIRD & FOURTH DIGIT:
LOCK RELEASE TIME:
ENTER 1 TO 99 (SECONDS)
FOR EXAMPLE THE CODE 0512 MEANS:
FAIL SECURE OPERATION (0)
WITH 5 MINUTE SIREN TIME (5)
12 SECOND LOCK RELEASE TIME (12)
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4) System returns to Normal Mode.
YOU WILL HEAR 3 BEEPS
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS OFF
4.8
DOOR
MODE
GREEN
SETTING AUXILIARY MODES
4.8.1
General
The default Auxiliary Code is 2004.
Auxiliary Mode
In addition to the Lock relay and the Lock REX, the keypad features an
auxiliary output relay and an auxiliary input, whose function is established by the Auxiliary Mode selection (0 thru 9).
The Auxiliary Mode also determines if the auxiliary output relay is set for
fail-safe or fail-secure operation. For a detailed explanation of each Auxiliary Mode, refer to section 4.8.2 Quick Reference Guide for Auxiliary
Mode Settings.
1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Depress -6- to enter Menu 6.
THE MODE INDICATOR FLASHES GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR STAYS GREEN
3) Construct a code using the
following instructions, and the
Quick Reference Guide for
Auxiliary Mode Settings.
2
MODE GREEN GREEN
?
?
?
AUXILIARY MODE
AUXILIARY SETTINGS
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Note:
•
Auxiliary relay activation is subject to user’s Auxiliary
Code Assignment (excluding shunt, which is activated by
all user’s), for a details see paragraph 4.13 Relay Code
Assignment.
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Auxiliary Settings
Each of the Auxiliary Modes has a 2 digit setting which affects the operation of the related relay(s).
4) System returns to Normal Mode.
YOU WILL HEAR 3 BEEPS
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS OFF
4.8.2
DOOR
MODE
GREEN
Quick Reference Guide for Auxiliary Mode Setting
AUXILIARY
MODE
AUXILIARY
INPUT
FUNCTION
AUXILIARY
OUTPUT
ACTIVATED BY
AUXILIARY
RELAY
AUXILIARY SETTINGS
(IN SECONDS)
0
AUX REX
VALID CODE OR
AUX REX
N.O.
01 TO 99 AUX RELAY RELEASE TIME
00 AUX RELAY TOGGLE
1
NORMAL/SECURE
SWITCH
VALID
CODE
N.O.
01 TO 99 AUX RELAY RELEASE TIME
00 AUX RELAY TOGGLE
2
NORMAL/SECURE
SWITCH
STAR BUTTON
()
N.O.
01 TO 99 AUX RELAY RELEASE TIME
00 AUX RELAY TOGGLE
3
NORMAL/SECURE
SWITCH
TAMPER
EVENT
N.C.
01 TO 99 AUX RELAY RELEASE TIME
00 AUX RELAY TOGGLE
4
NORMAL/SECURE
SWITCH
DIRECT
SHUNT
N.O.
01 TO 99 SHUNT TIME
5
DOOR MONITOR
SHUNT
N.C.
01 TO 99 MAXIMUM SHUNT TIME
6
DOOR MONITOR
FORCED
DOOR
N.C.
01 TO 99 FORCED DELAY
7
DOOR MONITOR
DOOR
AJAR
N.C.
01 TO 99 AJAR DELAY
8
LED CONTROL:
GREEN
VALID
CODE
N.O.
01 TO 99 AUX RELAY RELEASE TIME
00 AUX RELAY TOGGLE
9
LED CONTROL:
RED
VALID
CODE
N.O.
01 TO 99 AUX RELAY RELEASE TIME
00 AUX RELAY TOGGLE
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4.8.2
Detailed Reference Guide
The following are brief descriptions of each Auxiliary Mode. To implement the features of each mode, refer to Setting the Auxiliary Mode,
paragraph 4.8.1.
Auxiliary Mode 0
Auxiliary Input Function: Activates the Aux. Output
Auxiliary Output activated by: Valid User or Aux. Code, Aux. Input
Example: the keypad can function as a 2 door controller. The aux. relay
is to be wired to the lock on the 2nd door. The Aux. Setting defines the
door open time for the 2nd door. The aux. input (white wire) is to be
wired to the REX button for the 2nd door. Door Monitor Input is not enabled for the 2nd door in this mode. Refer to Figure’s 3 & 4 on pages
11 -12 for wiring the outputs.
Auxiliary Mode 1
Auxiliary Input Function: Toggles Normal/Secure Mode
Auxiliary Output activated by: Valid User or Aux. Code
Example: the keypad can function as a 2 door controller. The aux. relay
is to be wired to the lock on the 2nd door. REX feature for the 2nd door
is not enabled in this mode. The Aux. Setting defines the open time for
the 2nd door. The aux. input can switch the mode of operation between
Normal & Secure Mode. By wiring a switch timer or an alarm system
output to the aux. input, the keypad can automatically switch from Normal Mode (during office hours) to Secure Mode (after office hours).
Auxiliary Mode 2
Auxiliary Input Function: Toggles Normal/Secure Mode
Auxiliary Output activated by: Star Button (*)
Example: aux. relay can function as a time switch, activated by depressing the star (*) button. The Aux. Setting establishes how long the aux.
relay is activated. By wiring a switch timer or an alarm system output to
the aux. input, the keypad can automatically switch from Normal Mode
(during office hours) to Secure Mode (after office hours).
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Auxiliary Mode 3
Auxiliary Input Function: Toggles Normal/Secure Mode
Auxiliary Output activated by: Alarms
Example: the aux. output is activated if the keypad’s case is forcibly
opened or removed from the wall. By wiring a switch timer or an alarm
system output to the aux. input, the keypad can automatically switch
from Normal Mode (during office hours) to Secure Mode (after office
hours).
You can’t wire a 2nd door in this mode. You can still have door chime
feature active for the 1st door. Refer to Figure 5 on page 13 for wiring
an external sounder.
Auxiliary Mode 4
Auxiliary Input Function: Toggles Normal/Secure Mode
Auxiliary Output activated by: Direct Shunt (explanation below)
Example: the keypad is capable of bypassing an alarm zone by shunting the door systems sensor. The aux. output is wired to the door sensor
output. When in use, the aux. output is normally open and the door
sensor functions normally. When a valid code is entered, the aux. relay
shunts the door sensor for the duration of the shunt time, as defined by
the aux. setting. If the door is left open longer than the shun time, an
alarm is triggered. Refer to Figure 6 on page 13 for wiring Dynalock
maglocks.
Auxiliary Mode 5
Auxiliary Input Function: Door Monitor
Auxiliary Output activated by: Shunt (explanation below)
Example: the keypad is capable of shunting an alarm system. The aux.
relay is wired to the alarm system. Without a valid code entered, the
aux. relay will match the condition of the magnetic door switch, if the
door opens, the aux. relay will open. If the door closes, the aux. relay will
close. When a valid code is entered, a count down for maximum shunt
time; as defined by the aux. setting; begins. If the door is not closed
before the maximum shunt time, the alarm will be triggered.
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Auxiliary Mode 6
Auxiliary Input Function: Door Monitor
Auxiliary Output activated by: Forced Entry
Example: the keypad can trigger the aux. relay if the door has been
forced open. If the Siren Setting is enabled the siren will be activated.
The aux. input functions as a door monitor switch and is wired to the
magnetic contact on the door. The aux. relay is to be wired to the alarm
system. If the door is forced open, the keypad will wait for the period of
the forced door relay time to elapse and then, it will activate the aux.
relay. The aux. setting sets the forced door delay period.
Auxiliary Mode 7
Auxiliary Input Function: Door Monitor
Auxiliary Output activated by: Door Ajar (door held open)
Example: the keypad can trigger the aux. relay, if it detects that the
door has been held open (ajar) too long. The aux. input functions as
a door monitor switch and is wired to the magnetic contact switch on
the door. The aux. relay is wired to the alarm system. If the door is
opened, the keypad will wait for the door ajar delay time to elapse, and
if the door doesn’t close prior to the end of the period, the keypad will
activate the aux. relay. The aux. setting defines the door ajar time. If an
external sounder is wired in the system and a door ajar event occurs,
the external sounder will chime every few seconds for 1 minute until the
door is closed.
Auxiliary Mode 8
Auxiliary Input Function: Green LED Control
Auxiliary Output activated by: Valid User Code, Auxiliary Code
Example: the keypad can function as a 2 door controller and also
provide indicator functionality control. The aux. relay is wired to the lock
on the 2nd door. The aux. setting defines the door open time for the 2nd
door. The aux. input is used to control the Door Indicator LED. If the aux.
input is opened, the Door Indicator LED will flash green; if the input is
closed, the Door Indicator LED will flash red.
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4.9
Note:
•
This mode takes control of the Door Indicator LED. The
LED will not be lit when: a valid code is entered or while
in Secure Mode, or when waiting for a Secondary Code.
SETTING THE LOCK OUT FEATURE
In case the keypad is consecutively presented with invalid codes, the
keypad will go into Lockout Mode. When a lockout occurs, the keypad
becomes locked and no codes can be entered until the Set Lockout
period expires. During lockout, the Mode Indicator LED is off, the Door
Indicator LED flashes red, and the keypad beeps every two seconds.
The default setting for the Lockout feature is 4000 (Lockout Disabled).
F
Note:
•
Using the Lockout feature is highly recommended, especially when selecting to use short PIN Code lengths (4 or
5 digits).
1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Depress -6- to enter Menu 6.
THE MODE INDICATOR FLASHES GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR STAYS GREEN
3) Construct a code using the
following instructions:
4
MODE GREEN GREEN
?
?
?
SET THE NUMBER OF INVALID
CODE ATTEMPTS, WHICH WILL
CAUSE LOCKOUT BETWEEN
0 AND 9 ATTEMPTS
SET THE DURATION OF THE
LOCKOUT BETWEEN 00 & 99.
THE VALUE IS MULTIPLIED
BY 10, RESULTING IN
0 TO 990 SECONDS.
4) System returns to Normal Mode.
YOU WILL HEAR 3 BEEPS
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS OFF
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4.10
BACKLIGHT AND LED BEHAVIOR
The keypad allows you to define the way the keypad’s backlight will
work, as well as the Mode and Door Indicator LED’s.
To define the backlight and LED’s operation:
1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Depress -6- to enter Menu 6.
THE MODE INDICATOR FLASHES GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR STAYS GREEN
3) Construct a code using the
following instructions:
MODE GREEN GREEN
5
0
?
0
THE 2ND KEY CAN BE 0 TO 3
INDICATING THE TYPE OF ACTIVITY
OPTION 0: LED ACTIVE/BACKLIGHT OFF
OPTION 1: LED ACTIVE/BACKLIGHT ON
OPTION 2: LED & BACKLIGHT OFF
BOTH ACTIVATED ON KEY PRESS (10 SECONDS)
OPTION 3: LED ACTIVE/BACKLIGHT DIMMED
BACKLIGHT ACTIVATED ON KEY PRESS (10 SECONDS)
4) System returns to Normal Mode.
YOU WILL HEAR 3 BEEPS
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS OFF
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4) System returns to Normal Mode.
YOU WILL HEAR 3 BEEPS
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS OFF
4.11
DOOR
MODE
GREEN
ENROLLING CODES
4.11.1
Primary Codes Definition
•
Primary Codes can only be enrolled to an empty user slot. A slot
with no existing Primary Code in the keypad’s memory.
•
A Primary Code must be unique, for instance, one user’s Primary
Code can not be the same as that of another user.
•
Primary Codes can not be the same as system codes, such as the
Normal/Secure Code and the Open Code.
•
User’s possessing a Primary Code can gain entry during Normal
and Bypass Mode.
4.11.2
Secondary Codes Definition
•
Secondary Codes can only be enrolled to a user slot that already
has a Primary Code.
•
A Secondary Code does not need to be unique, for instance, one
user’s Secondary Code can be the same as another user’s.
•
Secondary Codes can not be the same as any system codes, such
as Normal/Secure Code or the Open Code.
•
User’s possessing Secondary Codes can gain entry in any mode
of operation.
•
A Secondary Code can be the same as a Primary Code of any
user.
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4.11.3
Primary and Secondary Codes Enrolling Methods
There are two methods used to enroll Primary and Secondary Codes:
The Standard Method and the Code Search Method.
1) The Standard Method is used when the user slot number, for the
user you wish to program, is known. You can program both Primary and
Secondary Codes using this method.
2) The Code Search Method is mainly used when enrolling a Secondary Code and the user slot code is unknown. The Code Search Method
will function only if a user’s Primary Code is already enrolled and if the
Secondary Code is not.
4.11.4
Standard Method for Code Enrolling
1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Depress -7- to enter Menu.
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS ORANGE
DOOR
MODE
ORANGE
3) Enter the 3 digit user slot number
into memory (from 001 to 500) to
enroll a Primary or Secondary code.
?
?
?
FOR EXAMPLE: THE USER SLOT 003
REPRESENTS USER NUMBER 3
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4) At this time 3 possibilities exist:
A) IF THE SELECTED SLOT HAS NO
PRIMARY CODE, THE MODE INDICATOR
MODE WILL FLASH GREEN, INDICATING THE
GREEN
KEYPAD IS READY TO ACCEPT A PRIMARY CODE
B) IF THE SELECTED SLOT ALREADY HAS
A PRIMARY CODE, BUT NO SECONDARY,
THE MODE INDICATOR WILL FLASH RED,
INDICATING THE KEYPAD IS READY TO
ACCEPT A SECONDARY CODE
MODE DOOR
ORANGE
DOOR
RED ORANGE
C) IF THE SELECTED SLOT ALREADY HAS A
PRIMARY AND SECONDARY CODE, A LONG
BEEP WILL BE HEARD AND THE KEYPAD
WILL RETURN TO NORMAL MODE
5) Enter the code to be assigned for
that slot number.
If the code that is entered is valid, the Mode Indicator LED will cease
flashing and the keypad is ready for the next 3 digit slot numbers (step
3) or depress the # key to move to the next slot number (step 4). If you
don’t want to continue enrolling codes, depress the # key TWICE in
recession and the keypad will return to its Normal Mode.
4.11.5
Search Method for Code Enrolling
The Code Search Method enables you to quickly enroll a Secondary
Code for a user whose Primary Code is known but the slot number is
unknown.
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1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Depress -7- to enter Menu.
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS ORANGE
MODE
DOOR
ORANGE
3) Enter 000
THE DOOR INDICATOR FLASHES ORANGE
YOU CAN NOW ENTER A USERS
MODE
PRIMARY CODE
DOOR
ORANGE
4) Enter the user's Primary Code.
THE MODE INDICATOR FLASHES RED
MODE DOOR
THE DOOR INDICATOR FLASHES ORANGE
RED ORANGE
IF THE PRIMARY CODE ENTERED IS NOT
VALID, A LONG BEEP WILL SOUND AND
THE KEYPAD WILL WAIT FOR A VALID
PRIMARY CODE
5) Enter the code to be used as the
Secondary Code. If the code is valid,
the keypad will beep 3 times and
return to Normal Mode.
IF THE SECONDARY CODE IS NOT VALID,
A LONG BEEP WILL SOUND AND THE KEYPAD
WILL WAIT FOR A VALID SECONDARY
CODE TO BE ENTERED
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4.12
DELETING CODES
There are two methods to delete Primary and Secondary Codes:
1) The Standard Method
2) The Search Method
When deleting a user slot, both the Primary and the Secondary Codes
are erased.
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4.12.1
Note:
•
It is recommended that a record be kept of added and
deleted user’s. This will make it easier to keep track of
user slots’ status (empty or not).
Standard Method for Deleting Codes
1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Depress -8- to enter Menu 8.
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS RED
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS ORANGE
3) Enter the 3 digit user slot
to be deleted.
DOOR
MODE
RED ORANGE
?
?
?
THE MODE INDICATOR FLASHES RED,
INDICATING THE KEYPAD IS WAITING FOR
DOOR
MODE A PROGRAMMING CODE TO
RED ORANGE
CONFIRM DELETION
IF THE USER SLOT IS EMPTY, A LONG BEEP
WILL BE HEARD AND THE KEYPAD
RETURNS TO NORMAL MODE
4) Enter your Programming Code to
confirm the deletion. If the Programming
Code is valid, 3 beeps will be heard and
the keypad will return to Normal Mode.
If the Programming Code is invalid, a
long beep will be heard and the keypad
returns to Normal Mode.
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4.12.2
Search Method for Deleting Codes
1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Depress -8- to enter Menu 8.
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS RED
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS ORANGE
3) Enter the 000.
DOOR
MODE
RED ORANGE
0
0
0
THE MODE INDICATOR STAYS RED,
THE DOOR INDICATOR FLASHES ORANGE
DOOR
MODE
THE KEYPAD IS NOW WAITING FOR THE
RED ORANGE
PRIMARY USER TO BE DELETED
4) Enter the users Primary code.
THE MODE INDICATOR FLASHES RED
MODE DOOR
THE DOOR INDICATOR FLASHES ORANGE
RED ORANGE
5) Enter your Programming Code to
confirm the deletion. If the Programming
Code is valid, 3 beeps will be heard and
the keypad will return to Normal Mode.
If the Programming Code is invalid, a
long beep will be heard and the keypad
will return to Normal Mode.
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4.13
RELAY CODE ASSIGNMENT
When a Primary Code is enrolled for any user, the user is authorized
to activate the lock relay. However, different user codes may be set to
operate the auxiliary relay instead or operate both the lock and auxiliary
relay. Assignment of such codes is achievable for any valid user code
entered in the keypad.
There are two methods to assign Relay Codes to user’s:
1) The Standard Method
2) The Search Method
4.13.1
Relay Code Assignment using Standard Method
1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Depress -9- to enter Menu 9.
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS ORANGE
3) Enter the 3 digit user slot
for code assignment.
DOOR
MODE
GREEN ORANGE
?
?
?
THE MODE INDICATOR FLASHES GREEN
DOOR
MODE THE DOOR INDICATOR STAYS ORANGE
GREEN ORANGE
4) Enter the assignment digit for that
user slot:
Depress 1: Activate the Lock relay only
Depress 2: Activate the auxiliary relay only
Depress 3: Activate BOTH relays
IF THE ASSIGNMENT CODE IS VALID, THE
MODE INDICATOR WILL STOP FLASHING
DOOR
MODE
AND STAY GREEN. THE DOOR INDICATOR
GREEN ORANGE
WILL STAY ORANGE
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The keypad is now waiting for another user slot number. Depress the
# key to move to the next slot or enter a new slot number. If you do not
wish to continue, depress the # key TWICE in recession and the keypad
will return to Normal Mode.
4.13.2
Relay Code Assignment using Search Method
1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Depress -9- to enter Menu 9.
THE MODE INDICATOR TURNS GREEN
THE DOOR INDICATOR TURNS ORANGE
3) Enter 000.
DOOR
MODE
GREEN ORANGE
0
0
0
THE MODE INDICATOR STAYS GREEN
DOOR
MODE
THE DOOR INDICATOR FLASHES ORANGE
GREEN ORANGE
4) Enter the users Primary code.
THE MODE INDICATOR FLASHES GREEN
MODE DOOR
THE DOOR INDICATOR FLASHES ORANGE
GREEN ORANGE
5) Enter the assignment digit for that
user slot:
Depress 1: Activate the Lock relay only
Depress 2: Activate the auxiliary relay only
Depress 3: Activate BOTH relays
IF THE ASSIGNMENT DIGIT IS VALID, 3 BEEPS
WILL BE HEARD AND THE KEYPAD WILL
RETURN TO NORMAL MODE. IF THE ASSIGNMENT
DIGIT IS INVALID, A LONG BEEP WILL SOUND
AND THE KEYPAD WILL WAIT FOR ANOTHER
ASSIGNMENT DIGIT TO BE ENTERED
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4.14
F
PIN CODE LENGTH/FACTORY DEFAULT
SETTINGS
Note:
•
You must be very careful before using this command. Changing the PIN Code length will also erase the
ENTIRE memory contents, including all the user and
special codes, and return all codes to the factory default
settings.
1) Enter the Programming Mode.
2) Select the desired PIN code length
as follows:
A) 00-Returns to factory defaults and sets a 4 digit code.
B) 05-Returns to factory defaults and sets a 5 digit code.
C) 06-Returns to factory defaults and sets a 6 digit code.
D) 08-Returns to factory defaults and sets a 4-8 digit code.
F
Note:
•
When choosing the 4-8 option, please note that you
should either enter zeros before the code, or press pound
at the end (for example if your code is 12345, either enter
00012345 or 12345#).
THE MODE INDICATOR FLASHES RED
THE DOOR INDICATOR FLASHES RED
MODE DOOR
RED RED
3) Enter the Programming Code.
IF THE PROGRAMMING CODE IS VALID, ALL
MEMORY WILL BE ERASED. YOU WILL HEAR
3 BEEPS AND THE KEYPAD WILL RETURN TO
NORMAL MODE. IF THE PROGRAMMING CODE
IS INVALID, YOU WILL HEAR A LONG BEEP AND
THE KEYPAD WILL RETURN TO NORMAL MODE,
WITHOUT ERASING THE MEMORY CONTENTS
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4.15
F
REPLACING A PROGRAMMING CODE
Note:
•
The keypad must be in its Normal Mode for the
procedure to work. Insure that the Mode Indicator LED is
green before proceeding.
1) Remove power from the keypad.
2) Depress and hold the REX push button.
3) Re-apply power to the keypad with the REX push button depressed.
4) Release the REX push button.
5) You now have 15 seconds to program a new Programming Code into the keypad using the initial default code (1234), before the keypad
reverts to the existing code.
THE DEFAULT CODE DEPENDS ON THE PIN LENGTH SELECTED
REFER TO THE PROGRAMMING MENU ON PAGE 19
4.15
REPLACING A NORMAL/SECURE CODE
F
Note:
•
The keypad must be in its Secure Mode for the
procedure to work. Insure that the Mode Indicator LED is
red before proceeding.
1) Remove power from the keypad.
2) Depress and hold the REX push button.
3) Re-apply power to the keypad with the REX push button depressed.
4) Release the REX push button.
5) You now have 15 seconds to use the default Normal/Secure Code
(3838) to return to Normal Mode. Once in Normal Mode, enter the
Programming Mode to program a new Normal/Secure Code.
THE DEFAULT CODE DEPENDS ON THE PIN LENGTH SELECTED
REFER TO THE PROGRAMMING MENU ON PAGE 19
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