Yale Smart Living Keyfree Connected User Manual - cd

Yale Smart Living Keyfree Connected User Manual - cd
Keyfree
Connected
DO NOT FIT KEYFREE UNTIL DOOR INSTALLATION IS COMPLETE.
PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING KEYFREE.
KFCON-UG Rev. 001
User Guide
INTRODUCTION
Keyfree Helpine:
01902 364606
Email:
[email protected]
Website:
www.yale.co.uk
2
CONTENTS
Introduction
Getting Started
Smart Home
Extra Features
Safety Precautions
4
Product Features
5
Lock Overview
7
Set/Change Master Code
8
Set/Delete User Code
9
Opening and locking
11
Set One Day Codes
12
Register/Delete Key Fobs
14
Change Relock Time
16
Silent Mode On/Off
18
Connecting to a Home Automation System
20
Passage Mode
22
Child Safety Mode
22
Handle Alarm
22
Intrusion Alarm
23
Incorrect PIN Lockout
24
Emergency Power
25
User Code Log
29
Key Fob log
30
3
Safety Precautions
Please read this carefully
Locking from the outside
When you leave your home be sure to
lift up the handle in the given time so
the door is fully secure.
Be careful not to let any unauthorized
users discover your PIN code.
Please keep your PIN code safe.
To maintain the high quality finish,
clean regularly with a soft
damp cloth taking care not to
scratch the finish.
Do not use any chemicals when
cleaning as this may affect
your warranty.
Locking from the inside
Press button & lift inner handle until.
Red LED will show.
If the inner handle is not lifted to securely
lock your door, the door is held on the latch
only.
Caution
4
Please ensure the button is fully
depressed when opening or locking
your door from the inside.
For total peace of mind, please store
your back up key in a safe &
convenient place.
If the button does not pop up when you
release the lever, please slightly lift up
the inside lever to make the button pop
up for the best security.
Make sure to follow the above instructions to avoid any injuries or damage to the product .
1.
Introduction
Product Features
Electronic PIN Code System
You can open the door conveniently with up 20 configurable PIN codes, allowing Keyfree access.
2.
Smart Home Connectivity (Optional)
By adding the corresponding module, your Keyfree lock can be integrated with your home automation system.
3.
Key Fob Entry (Optional)
A Yale key fob can be assigned to allow the lock to be unlocked remotely.
4.
Emergency Backup
In the event of power failure in the lock, a 9 volt battery (PP3) can be connected to the front of the lock
to provide backup power
5.
Alarmed Door Lock
The Keyfree lock has a built in damage alarm, if the keypad area is damaged an 80dB alarm will sound
6.
Basic Security Locking
The outside handle will automatically disengage once you have entered your home to prevent anyone from
following in behind you.
7.
Emergency Escape Feature
In the event of an emergency the inside handle will always be engaged, allowing escape without first having to unlock
the door.
5
Lock Overview
Basic Contents
The contents of this product may be subject to change without notice for performance or quality improvement.
¨ Basic Contents
Keyfree
Connected
User Guide
DO NOT FIT KEYFREE UNTIL DOOR INSTALLATION IS COMPLETE.
PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING KEYFREE.
KFCON-UG Rev. 001
Front (Front Body)
Back (Main Body)
¨ Optional Accessories
Key Fob
(Optional)
6
Home Automation
Module (Optional)
Cylinder
User Guide
Lock Overview
Front
Body,
install onofthethe
outside
of the door)
(Front Body, installed(Front
on the
outside
door)
Pull down Emergency Cover
?5
?6
(Sold separately)
?7
?8
2?
?4
Keypad (10-Key)
2
Enter button
3
Lever Handle
4
button
5
Emergency Power Supply
Terminal
6
Reset button
7
Keyhole
8
Emergency Cover
Getting Started
9V Emergency
battery
?1
1
3?
Back
?1
?2
(Back Body, installed on the inside of the door)
1
Battery Cover
?6
2
LED Indicator
?7
3
Lever Handle
?8
4
Speaker Hole
?9
10
?
5
Screw Hole
6
Slot for Remote control
module (Optional)
11
?
?3
7
I button
8
Passage Mode/Button
9
Push Button
12
?
1.5V AA Alkaline Batteries
10 Lock case
11 Latch Bolt
12 Dead Bolt to securely lock
4
?
5?
7
Changing Master Code
Registration
The master code is the main password to the lock. As well as allowing entry through the door, it is also used to
configure the lock including adding and removing users.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Press any button
Press any button on the
keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you are setting the code
for the first time the default is
123456.
Select the [1] button
followed by # key
2 tone beep
You are now in the lock’s menu,
choose option number 1 to
change the master code.
Enter a new master code
Press the # button
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Description
The master code must be
6 digits
Voice saying “completed”
This completes the master
code setup.
Setting a User Code
The lock can hold up to 20 unique user codes, each one has a slot in the locks memory from 1 to 20. If a new code is
written to a slot that already holds a code it will overwrite it. Because of this it is important to record which codes are stored
in each slot. Please use the section in the back of the book to record this.
Icon
Expected Feedback
Press any button
Getting Started
Step
Description
Press any button on the keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code please
see the resetting the lock section of the
manual.
Select the [2] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep
You are now in the lock’s menu, choose option
number 2 to select the user code setup.
Press the [1] button and then #
2 tone beep
Option number 1 adds or modifies a user
code
Enter the slot number for the
user code followed by # key
This is the number of the slot in memory
where the code will be saved (1-20)
Enter the new user code
followed by # key
3 tone ascending beep
The user code can be between 4-10 digits
Press the # button to finish.
Voice saying “completed”
The user code will now be added to the lock.
To add multiple codes please complete the above instructions, record that the memory slot has been filled in the user
code log at the back of this guide, then repeat this process.
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Deleting a User Code
To stop a user having access their code will need to be deleted. Before doing this you will first need to know which slot in
the locks memory their code is in. Please see the user code log at the back of the guide.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Press any button
Press any button on the keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code please
see the resetting the lock section of the
manual.
Select the [2] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep
You are now in the lock’s menu, choose option
number 2 to select the user code setup.
Press the [2] button and then #
2 tone beep
Option number 2 deletes a user code
3 Tone Ascending beep
This is the number of the slot in memory
where the code will be saved (1-20)
Enter the slot number for the
user code followed by # key
Press the # button to finish.
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Description
Voice saying “completed”
The user code will now be deleted from the
lock.
Opening & Locking
Securely Locking Your Door
Inside:
Press push button & lift the handle.
This can be done anytime and will always fully secure your door.
Outside:
Close the door and lift up the handle within the set connection time
Once the lever disengages you must enter your PIN or press any button on the key fob
and lift up the lever within the connection time to securely lock your door.
Front handle engage
£
If the time expires you need to
re-engage the handle to securely lock
your door. You can re-engage by
pressing the remote, pressing the
inner lever down or entering your pin.
Locked
Front handle not engaged after
the outside handle relocks
the handle is operable all the time.
£
(Optional)
Exception : In the Passage mode,
Getting Started
Unlocked
The automatic relock time can be varied by user
setting. Refer to section “settings”.
IMPORTANT Your door is only securely locked when the inside lever is lifted up & red LED shows.
Opening Your Door
PIN Code
_
Enter registered
PIN code
Press any button
_
_
Press
(Enter) button
Press the outer
handle down
Remote Control (Optional)
_
Simply press any button
on the key fob
Press the outer
handle down
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Setting a One Day Code
The one day code is a code that will automatically expire after 24 hours. This allows short term access to be granted to
someone.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Press any button
Press any button on the keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code please
see the resetting the lock section of the
manual.
Select the [5] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep
You are now in the lock’s menu, choose option
number 5 to enter the one day code settings.
Enter the new user code
2 tone beep
The user code must be 4 digits
Press the # button to finish.
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Description
Voice saying “completed”
The code will now be active for 24 hours
Deleting a One Day Code
A one day code can be deleted if it is no longer wanted. If not it will expire at the end of the 24 hour period.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Press any button on the keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code please
see the resetting the lock section of the
manual.
Select the [5] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep
You are now in the lock’s menu, choose option
number 5 to enter the one day code settings.
Press the # button to finish.
Voice saying “completed”
Getting Started
Press any button
Description
Press the # to confirm code deletion.
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Register Key Fob
Yale key fobs allow you to open the lock at a distance of up to 15 metres. This requires both the Yale key fob and the
corresponding lock module to work. Up to 5 key fobs can be registered on 1 lock, and like the user codes they each have
their unique slot in the lock memory. Adding a new fob into a slot that already contains a fob will override it.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Press any button
Press any button on the keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code please
see the resetting the lock section of the
manual.
Select the [3] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep
You are now in the lock’s menu, option 3
contains the key fob settings.
Select the [1] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep
This puts the lock into fob add mode
Enter the slot number for the fob
followed by #
2 tone beep
Select the number of the slot in memory
where the fob will be saved (1-5)
Push both unlock buttons on
key fob
Single beep
Press both buttons as shown in diagram
below.
Press the # button to confirm.
Press the # button to finish.
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Description
3 tone ascending beep
Voice saying “completed”
The fob will now unlock the lock.
This adds the fob to the lock memory
Delete Previously Paired Key Fob
If a key fob is lost or stolen it can be removed from the lock so that it can no longer be used to open it.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Press any button on the keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code please
see the resetting the lock section of the
manual.
Select the [3] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep
You are now in the lock’s menu, option 3
contains the key fob settings
Press the [2] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep
This puts the lock into fob delete mode.
Enter the slot number for the fob
followed by #
2 tone beep, then 3 tone
ascending beep
Select the number of the slot in memory
where the fob is saved (1-5)
Press the # button to finish.
Voice saying “completed”
Getting Started
Press any button
Description
The fob will now not unlock the lock.
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Change PIN Relock Time
The relock time is the amount of time it takes for the external handle to disengage after the lock has been unlocked with a
correct PIN. The default is 7 seconds.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Press any button
Press any button on the keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code please
see the resetting the lock section of the
manual.
Select the [6] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep
You are now in the lock’s menu, option 6
contains the key fob settings.
The relock time can be between 7 and 60
seconds.
Input the relock time (7-60)
Press the # button to finish.
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Description
Voice saying “completed”
The relock time will now be set.
Change Remote Relock Time
The lock can be set to unlock for longer periods of time unlocked remotely by a key fob or a home automation system.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Press any button on the keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code please
see the resetting the lock section of the
manual.
Select the [7] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep
You are now in the lock’s menu, option 7
contains the key fob relock settings
The relock time can be between 10 and 90
seconds.
Input the relock time (10-90)
Press the # button to finish.
Getting Started
Press any button
Description
Voice saying “completed”
The relock time will now be set.
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Silent Mode On/Off
The lock can be toggled between two modes. Sound assisted mode will provide a variety of sounds to provide feedback
from the lock, where as in the default silent mode the only sounds will be an alarm, a low battery warning and feedback
while changing settings in the lock’s menu.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Press any button
Press any button on the keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code please
see the resetting the lock section of the
manual.
Select the [8] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep
You are now in the lock’s menu, option 8
contains the silent mode settings.
Press [1] to for silent mode and
[2] for sound assisted mode.
Press the # button to finish.
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Description
Select between the two modes
Fanfare sound and voice
saying “silent mode on/off”
Smart Home
Lock Module
The Yale Keyfree lock can have a removable wireless communication module within the lock. This module is
used for all wireless communications to both home automation systems and key fobs. In order to connect to
a home automation system a new module may be required for the lock, however changing the module has
the potential to disrupt the current wireless communications. For instance while a new module may allow
the lock to connect to a home automation system, it could cause the key fob to stop working. An up to date
list of compatible home automation systems and the corresponding lock modules is available at the following
address on the Yale website:
www.yale.co.uk/en/yale/couk/smart-lock/Which-technology-is-for-me-/
To find out which module is currently in your lock please follow the ‘removing a module’ instructions.
Step
Icon
Remove inside cover
Description
Smart Home
Removing the module.
Slide up the black plastic cover of the lock on the inside of the door.
Remove a battery from the
lock
Remove any of the batteries to cut power to the lock.
Remove the module
The module is situated in the top left corner above the [P] button. It can be
unplugged by pulling it out.
Record module model number
The model number will be on a sticker on the module, and will enable you to
find the current wireless compatibility of the lock.
Inserting a Module
Step
Remove inside cover
Icon
Description
Slide up the black plastic cover of the lock on the inside of the door.
Remove a battery from the
lock
Remove any of the batteries to cut power to the lock.
Insert the module
The module has 8 pins that are plugged into the small black connector above the
[P] button on the top left of the lock.
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Smart Home
Connecting to a Home Automation System
Connecting to a home automation system is a two way process and may require the home automation system to be
configured to look for a new device, please consult the manual that came with the system for more information.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Press any button
Press any button on the keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code please
see the resetting the lock section of the
manual.
Press the [4] button followed by
# key
2 tone beep
You are now in the lock’s menu, option 4
contains the home automation settings
Press the [1] button followed by
the hash key
2 tone beep
This will make the lock look for a compatible
system
Voice saying “completed”
The lock will now be linked to the home
automation system.
Please wait up to 60 seconds
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Description
Smart Home
Disconnecting from a Home Automation System
For security reasons a lock will not connect to a new home automation system if it is linked to another. If you have
changed your home automation system please run through the disconnecting settings before adding the new one.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Press any button on the keypad to
begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code
please see the resetting the lock
section of the manual.
Press the [4] button followed by
# key
2 tone beep
You are now in the lock’s menu, option 4
contains the home automation settings
Press the [2] button followed by
the hash key
2 tone beep. Completed.
This will disconnect the lock from the
previous system
Smart Home
Press any button
Description
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Extra Features
Child Safety Mode
With child safety mode activation alarm activated, depressing inside handle will sound the alarm for 10 seconds to notify the door is open to any persons
inside. Inputting your pin or pressing the key fob will cancel the alarm. If required the mode will then need to be activated.
Step
Icon
Press and hold the
passage mode button
for 5 seconds.
Description
HOLD
Open the battery cover then press and hold the passage mode
button for 5 seconds to activate the child safety mode.
Replace the battery cover.
Passage Mode
When passage mode is active, the outside handle will not relock allowing you to enter without entering the code.
Step
Icon
Description
Open the battery cover and press the P button. You will hear the lock unlock.
NOTE: The lock will remain insecure until passage mode has been stopped.
To stop passage mode press the passage mode button or lift the handle.
Press the passage mode button
Handle Alarm
WhenNote
the handle alarm is set, any operation of the handle from inside will sound the alarm for 3 minutes.
Inputting in your PIN or by pressing your key fob will disable the handle alarm setting.
Step
Description
Press any button
Press any button.
Enter PIN code
Enter the registered PIN code in the keypad.
Press and hold the
for 5 Sec.
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Icon
HOLD
Press the [#] button for 5 seconds.
(The beeping sound sets off for 3 times.)
Extra Features
Intrusion Alarm
The alarm sound continues for 30 minutes or until it is disarmed.
Damage Alarm :
If the circuit board of outer handle is damaged the alarm will sound.
Directions
Or if the front handle is seperated from the door.
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Extra Features
Incorrect PIN Lockout
For security if the wrong PIN is entered 5 consecutive times the lock will lockout for 3 minutes.
This is indicated by the lights on the keypad flashing.
To Release Lockout
Method
Method
Method
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1
2
3
Press any button inside of battery cover.
Depress inside lever handle.
Press any key fob button.
Emergency Power
Emergency Power Supply for Discharged Batteries
If the batteries in the lock have completely failed emergency power can be provided by a 9V battery on the front body.
To Supply Emergency Power
Step
Icon
Description
Contact the 9V battery
Open the emergency cover. Keep contacting the 9V battery onto the
emergency power supply terminal.
Press any button
Press any button
Enter PIN code
Enter the registered PIN code in the keypad.
Press Enter button
Press
button to activate the outer handle.
Expiry Period
The product uses four 1.5V(LR6) alkaline AA batteries. The batteries will last approximately 1 year based on the lock being used 10
times a day. (Users are advised to use authentic alkaline batteries.)
Low Battery Alarm
Low Battery Lamp (red)
You must replace all 4 batteries for the following cases:
* The Low Battery LED on the back body flickers red.
* The voice guide sounds (“Low Battery”)
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN
INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING
TO THE WASTE BATTERIES REGULATIONS.
“Low
Battery”
back body
The battery life varies according to ambient temperature, humidity, frequency of use and the quality of the battery.
Do not use rechareable batteries. Only alkaline batteries are recommended.
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Resetting the Lock
In the event of losing the master code to the lock, the lock will need to be reset back to factory default settings. This will
mean that all previously configured user codes, key fobs and home automation systems will stop working. It will also result
in the master code being set to the factory default which is ‘123456’
Step
Description
Slide up the black plastic cover of the lock on the inside of the door.
Remove a battery from inside
the lock. Then remove the
module.
Take out any battery to remove the power from the lock.
Unscrew the two screws on
the back to remove the rear
cover.
The top screw is located below the [I] and [P] buttons while the
bottom screw is behind the rubber plug under the speaker hole.
Disconnect the cable that runs
to the exterior half of the lock.
Disconnect the cable that runs through the door to the exterior unit.
Press and hold the [I] button and
[P] button. Continue holding the
buttons and insert battery.
Continue holding these buttons until the ready sound is heard in step 6.
Release the [I] and [P] buttons
Within 5 seconds of the two
tone sound reconnect the cable
running to the exterior
escutcheon.
The lock will play a three tone
ascending tone and say
“welcome to the Yale digital
world” the master code is now
set to 123456.
Extra Features
Remove inside cover
Wait for 10 seconds, a two tone
sound will be heard.
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Specifications
Specifications
Operating Temperature
-15˚C - 55˚C (5-131˚ F)
Lasts appoximately 1 year
(when lock is used 10 times a day)
Contact Details
Keyfree Helpine:
01902 364606
Email:
[email protected]
Website:
www.yale.co.uk
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Warranty
2 Year Guarantee
Statement
This product is guaranteed for consumers against faulty workmanship,
materials and function for a period of 2 years from the date of purchase
providing the full installation and maintenance instructions are followed.
Please keep your proof of purchase safe, this must be submitted when
making a claim under this guarantee.
Please note that it is a condition of this guarantee that your Yale
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wear and tear. This does not affect your statutory rights. A full copy of
this guarantee is available upon request by writing to Yale UK, School
Street, Willenhall, West Midlands. WV13 3PW or by visiting our website
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Extra Features
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replacing the product as we deem necessary. If there is fault with the
product, please contact Customer Services on 01902 364647, who
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User Code Log
Pin Codes
Slot Number
Name
Pin Code (Optional)
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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Key Fob Log
Key Fob
Slot Number
1
2
3
4
5
30
Name
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