Simplex LD470 Installation Instructions

Simplex LD470 Installation Instructions
LD470
Pushbutton Lock Installation Instructions
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Operational Note . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Determining the Hand of Your Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
A. Changing the Door Handing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
B. Marking the Template and Drilling the Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
C. Installing the Latch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
D. Installing the Spindle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
E. Installing the Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
F. Installing the Strike Plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
G. Changing the Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
H. Using the Passage Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
I. Removing the Passage Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
J. Trouble Shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Warnings and Cautions
Important: Carefully inspect windows, doorframe, door, lights, etc.
to ensure that the recommended procedures will not cause damage. Kaba
Access Control’s warranty does not cover damages caused by installation.
Caution: Wear safety glasses when preparing door.
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CHECKLIST
Use this checklist to make sure that
everything has been included. A
B
C
D
A—Outside unit
B—Inside unit
C—Gaskets (2)
D—Universal trim plate (2)
E—Spindles (3 lengths)
F—Latch
G—Strike plate
E
J
H—Latch and strike screws (4)
J—Tweezers
K—Mounting screws (8) (4 lengths)
L—Spare tumblers – coded (2), uncoded (2)
M—Code card
N—Hex wrench
K
F
L
G
M
H
N
OPERATIONAL NOTE:
Prior to beginning installation, please check that all parts are working
correctly. Press the “C” button 3-5 times. Enter the code from the factory
supplied code card. Rotate the outside lever down and release. The lever
should return easily under spring pressure. If you intend to change the code,
you should do it before installing the lock (See Code Change Instructions).
Make sure that the inside lever moves freely.
Check that the latch bolt moves freely by pressing the bolthead at the end,
and also by turning the flat spindle in the latch cam.
For technical assistance please call
1-800-849-TECH (8324) or 336-725-1331
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DETERMINING THE HAND OF YOUR DOOR
Many of the installation instructions refer to
the handing of your door. The hand of the door
is determined with the door in the closed position,
from the exterior or pushbutton side of the door.
RH - Right Hand
A
A) Right Hand Door. Door opens inward
(push). Hinged on the right side.
B) Left Hand Door. Door opens inward
(push). Hinged on the left side.
LH - Left Hand
B
RHR - Right Hand Reverse
C) Right Hand Reverse Door. Door opens
outward (pull). Hinged on the right side.
C
D) Left Hand Reverse Door. Door opens
outward (pull). Hinged on the left side.
All units are factory handed for right
hand doors.
LHR - Left Hand Reverse
D
A. CHANGING THE DOOR HANDING
A-1
For the outside unit assembly, remove the rubber plug from the outside
lever, exposing the lever set screw.
A-2 Using the hex wrench supplied, remove the
set screw from the lever in question.
A-3 Remove the lever and rotate it 180º. Slide the
lever back onto the lock.
A-4 Using the hex wrench supplied, reinstall the
set screw. Assure the lever rotates freely.
A-5 Reinstall the rubber plug, which was removed earlier.
A-6 For the inside unit assembly, turn the unit over
so the back side is facing up.
A-7 Remove the 4 screws securing the cover plate
to the assembly. Then lift the cover plate and
set aside.
A-8 Lift the stop plate ring and position it according to the pictures to the right for this application.
A-9 Resecure the cover plate using the 4 screws
removed earlier.
A-10 Remove the rubber plug from the inside lever,
exposing the lever set screw.
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A-11 Using the hex wrench supplied, remove the set screw from the lever in
question.
A-12 Remove the lever and rotate it 180º. Slide the lever back onto the lock.
A-13 Using the hex wrench supplied, reinstall the set screw. Assure the lever
rotates freely.
A-14 Reinstall the rubber plug, which was removed earlier.
B. MARKING THE TEMPLATE AND DRILLING THE DOOR
B-1
Find and remove the template from the installation manual. Carefully fold
along the dotted line that matches the backset the application requires.
B-2 From the exterior (or push button side) of the
door, place the dotted line of the template
along the edge of the door.
B-3 Carefully mark the 3 holes on the template
(2 mounting holes and 1 spindle hole.
B-4 Drill the 3 holes, making sure to drill
them straight.
C. INSTALLING THE LATCH
C-1
Using the center line of the latch (marked on template), mark the point
where the cross bore for the latch should be drilled.
C-2 Drill a 1" (25 mm) diameter hole, 3 3⁄4" (96mm) deep, on that center point
of the edge of the door.
C-3 Insert the latch into the hole and outline the face of the latch (already
prepped on most metal doors).
C-4 Remove the latch.
C-5 Using a chisel, remove the material 1⁄8" (3 mm) deep from the door for
the faceplate of the latch (already prepped on most metal doors).
C-6 Reinsert the latch and install the latch using the mounting screws provided.
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D. INSTALLING THE SPINDLE
Note: Assurance that the proper spindle is
used is extremely critical. If the wrong
spindle is used, binding or lockout can occur.
D-1
For doors ranging in thickness from 1 3⁄8"
(35 mm) to 1 7⁄8" (48 mm) use the shorter
spindle (supplied) and align as shown.
D-2 For doors ranging in thickness from 2"
(51 mm) to 2 1⁄2” (64 mm) use the longest
spindle (supplied) and align as shown.
D-3 Make sure the spindle matches the picture
shown depending on the hand of the lock.
Viewed from
the outside
Door hung on right
spindle should
engage the latch
as above
Door hung on left
spindle should
engage the latch
as above
The door thickness including gaskets and trim plates can not exceed 2 1⁄2"
(64 mm).
E.
INSTALLING THE LOCK
E-1
Place the rubber gaskets around the lock
body with the lock body sitting into the
recessed portion of the gasket. Assure
the holes in the back of the lock and the
gasket match.
E-2 If using the cover plates (supplied), an
additional hole must be drilled in the cover
plates before the installation continues
(See back of cover plate).
E-3 Once additional hole has been drilled, place the cover plate on the back of
the lock between the gasket and the door.
E-4 For doors ranging in thickness from 1 3⁄8”( 35 mm) to 1 5⁄8”( 41 mm), use
the shorter mounting screws (supplied) and align as shown
E-5 For doors ranging in thickness from 1 3⁄4" (44 mm) to 2” (51 mm), use the
medium mounting screws (supplied) and align as shown.
E-6 For doors ranging in thickness from 2 1⁄8" (54 mm) to 2 1⁄2” (64 mm), use
the longest mounting screws (supplied) and align as shown.
Note: If cover plates are used, it may be necessary to use the next size
screw to mount the lock.
E-7
Hold the outside and inside units on the door with the spindle in the
proper position.
E-8 Finger-tighten the (2) mounting screws, assuring the lock is vertical and
sitting flush against the door.
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E-9 Before final tightening, make sure the code works and all features on the
unit work as intended.
Note: Do not close the door until the lock has been tested and you are
confident it works properly.
E-10 Tighten the mounting screws firmly, being careful not to over tighten the
screws, as this may cause the lock to function poorly or not at all.
F. INSTALLING THE STRIKE PLATE
F-1
Push the door nearly shut to locate the center line of the latch bolt. Mark
the center line on the door frame.
F-2 Using the strike, align the center of the strike opening with the center just
marked.
Make sure to account for any weather stripping or door stop if necessary.
F-3
Carefully trace the outside profile of the strike. Also trace the latch hole in
the strike.
F-4 Using a chisel, carefully remove approximately 1⁄16”
(1 mm) deep worth of material from the traced area
(already prepped on most metal doors). The latch face
plate should sit flush with the edge of the door.
F-5 Drill or cut a recess in the door frame for the latch bolt
in the center of the strike latch hole, traced earlier.
F-6 Place the strike into the newly chiseled area, making sure it sits flush and
there are no obstructions in the latch hole of the strike (remove any
obstructions or debris).
NOTE: The dead-latch must not fall into
the latch hole. The dead-latch protects
against manipulation of the latch bolt. If
the dead-latch is able to fall into the latch
hole, remove the strike and reposition it so
this condition does not happen.
“latchbolt”
“deadlatch”
F-7 Install the strike plate with 2 screws provided.
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G. CHANGING THE CODE
“latchbolt”
G-1
Remove the lock from the door.
G-2 Remove the 4 retaining (red) screws from
“deadlatch”
the back of the outside unit assembly. Take
extra care to keep the outside unit assembly on a flat surface when you
are removing the cover plate because there are many small components
inside.
G-3 You will now see that there are 5 red color coded tumblers and 8 blue colored un-coded tumblers, plus 1 clear tumbler (‘C’ button).
G-4 To change your code, hold the outside unit assembly with the push-buttons
facing down. Press the “C” button and
hold it.
If the “C” is not held in while changing
the code, the lock can be damaged.
G-5 Using the tweezers supplied (or small
needle nose pliers), you can easily
remove one or more of the coded and
un-coded tumblers.
Note: The red tumblers represent coded
digits and the blue tumblers
represent non-coded digits.
Square
cut out
RED CODED
TUMBLER
Square
cut out
BLUE
UNCODED
TUMBLER
Square
cut out
Square
cut out
Note: NEVER remove the ‘C’ tumbler.
G-6 Please note the different shapes of the
tumblers before reinserting them into
the lock body. There is a difference in
shape between the coded and un-coded
push button
tumblers as illustrated. When refitting
the tumblers into the lock body, they must be fitted facing the correct way
as show in the illustration.
Note: All square cutouts must face outwards. The bump on the tumbler
(either color) must fall into the machined slot.
G-7 After you have refitted the tumblers and made a note of the new code,
replace the metal cover plate with the 4 screws.
Note: With the spare tumblers provided, you can either increase the number of digits in your code to 6-7, or reduce to 3-4.
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outside, fold along the left edge of the door
outside, fold along the left edge of the door
Outline of Lock Housing
⁄ ”(10 mm)
Hole
Outline of
2 3/8” (60 mm)
2 3/8” (60 mm)
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2 3/4” (70 mm)
2 3/4” (70 mm)
TOP
TEMPLATE
LD470 Series
2 3⁄4” (70 mm) Backset ONLY. From outside, fo
2 3⁄8” (60 mm) Backset ONLY. From outside, f
6 1⁄
1” (25 mm)
⁄4” (159 mm) Hole
7
⁄8” (21.5 mm)
TEMPLATE
⁄8” (10 mm) Hole
3
1 1⁄8”(30 mm)
Hole
Gasket
old along the right edge of the door
Center line of latch
old along the right edge of the door
2 3⁄8” (60 mm) Backset ONLY. Fro
2 3⁄4” (70 mm) Backset ONLY. From
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H. USING THE PASSAGE FUNCTION
H-1
Enter the user access code, followed by the “F” button.
H-2 Rotate the outside lever repeatedly. The latch should retract each time.
You are now in the passage mode.
NOTE: To disable the passage function, depress the “F” button, followed by
the “C” button. The unit should now be locked.
I. REMOVING THE PASSAGE FUNCTION
If the passage function is not needed it can be easily removed.
I-1 Remove the 4 red screws located on the back of the outside unit assembly.
Pull the tumbler cover plate off (along with the springs) and set aside.
I-2 Depress the “C” button and hold depressed.
I-3 With the “C” still depressed, use the tweezers provided and remove the “F”
tumbler.
I-4 This tumbler hole can be left empty or replaced with a blue (uncoded)
tumbler.
I-5 Reinstall the tumbler cover plate and springs, using the 4 red screws
removed earlier.
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J. TROUBLE SHOOTING
Installation Issues:
?
The latch cannot be withdrawn when entering the code
The lock has been fitted to a left-hand hung door
All locks were set to fit right-hand hung doors. The lock needs to be
removed from the door and reversed. Refer to instructions.
?
Both the inside and outside lever retract when turned towards the door frame.
The spindle is in position at the wrong angle.
Remove the lock from the door, and reposition the spindles as shown in the
instructions.
?
The lever will not turn after entering a new code.
One or more of the code tumblers are turned the wrong way
Re-read the code change instructions and check that the red tumblers are
all facing with the square notches facing outward.
?
The latch bolt does not move smoothly in or out.
The lock is not installed correctly.
Check that the lock is square on the door and positioned accurately over
the latch. Check that the latch is positioned horizontally and parallel to the
door surface. Check the spindle length. It may be trapped between the
front and back plate if the spindle is too long.
?
The outside lever turns after entering a correct code, but does not retract
the latch.
The spindle is too short for the door thickness.
If the spindle is too short, then it will not engage with both the outside lever
and the inside lever at the same time. It may also slip out of one side after
some use.
Post-Installation Issues:
?
The outside lever turns freely without retracting the bolt.
The lever has been forcibly turned.
Return the lock. Someone may have tried to force the lever to gain entry.
?
The inside lever handle does not return to the horizontal after operating.
The lever return spring is broken.
Call the help line for a replacement
?
The latch does not engage. The door remains unlocked after use.
The latch is not entering the strike.
Your door or frame may have warped since the lock was installed. Check
that the latch bolt is lined up with the strike aperture. Realign the position
of the strike as necessary. Make sure the deadlatch does not enter the
latch hole of the strike.
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KABA SIMPLEX® LIMITED WARRANTY
Kaba Access Control warrants this product to be free from defects in material
and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of one (1) year.
Kaba Access Control will repair or replace, at our discretion, locks found by
Kaba Access Control analysis to be defective during this period. Our only liability, whether in tort or in contract, under this warranty is to repair or replace
products that are returned to Kaba Access Control within the one (1) year warranty period.
This warranty is in lieu of and not in addition to any other warranty or condition, express or implied, including without limitation merchantability, fitness for
purpose or absence of latent defects.
ATTENTION: This warranty does not cover problems arising out of improper
installation, neglect or misuse. All warranties implied or written will be null and
void if the lock is not installed properly and / or if any supplied component part
is substituted with a foreign part. If the lock is used with a wall bumper, the
warranty is null and void. If a doorstop is required, we recommend the use of a
floor secured stop.
The environment and conditions of use determine the life of finishes on Kaba
Access Control products. Finishes on Kaba Access Control products are subject
to change due to wear and environmental corrosion. Kaba Access Control cannot be held responsible for the deterioration of finishes.
Authorization to Return Goods
Returned merchandise will not be accepted without prior approval. Approvals
and Returned Goods Authorization Numbers (RGA Numbers) are available
through our Customer Service department in Winston-Salem, NC (800) 8498324. The serial number of a lock is required to obtain this RGA Number.
The issuance of an RGA does not imply that a credit or replacement will be
issued.
The RGA number must be included on the address label when material is
returned to the factory. All component parts including latches and strikes (even
if not inoperative) must be included in the package with return. All merchandise
must be returned prepaid and properly packaged to the address indicated.
Kaba Access Control
2941 Indiana Avenue
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 USA
Tel: (800) 849-8324 (336) 725-1331
Fax: (800) 346-9640 (336) 725-3269
www.kabaaccess.com
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