Marantec Wireless Keyless Entry System

Marantec Wireless Keyless Entry System
Wireless Keyless Entry System
Instructions for Model: ML-639
FEATURES
The Wireless Keyless Entry System offers you the convenience
of opening and closing your garage door by entering your own
4-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) via the keypad. It
can be programmed to control up to 3 garage door openers
that each work on a different code, or to control one garage
door opener with up to 3 different PINs. It can also be programmed to allow a temporary PIN of your choice to be stored,
to provide temporary access to authorized visitors or service
persons.
Figure 1. Keyless Entry
System Parts
Instruction Label
Programming
Cable
Mounting
Screw
Other Features Include:
Wireless Installation, Code Security, Anti-Tampering, and
Weather-Resistant Design, Spacer Plate (Model: ML-600 optional) when necessary, isolates Keyless Entry System from metal
surface.
Step 1: Setting Up Your Personal Identification
Number (PIN) and Transferring the Code
Your Keyless Entry System comes factory pre-programmed with
1 random code and 1 PIN. The factory pre-programmed PIN is
1-2-3-4. If you are using other remote control transmitters to
operate your garage door, the transmitter code must be transferred to the Keyless Entry System from the active transmitter
you are already using.
Transferring the Code to the Keyless Entry System from a
Transmitter:
9V
Mounting
Hole
3-hole Terminal
for connecting
Programming Cable
9V
Battery
Compartment
Cover
Illuminated
Key Pad
Mounting
Hole
9V Battery
Anchors (2)
Figure 2. Keyless Entry
System Mounting
■ Open Keyless Entry System hinged cover and remove battery
compartment cover of the Keyless Entry System using a small
screwdriver or a coin.
■ Connect the programming cable to the 3-hole terminal inside
top of Keyless Entry System battery compartment (Figure 1)
Line up either end of the stripped cable so that each wire
aligns with each of the terminal holes, then firmly insert cable.
■ Insert provided 9V battery (to match indicated polarity) into
Keyless Entry System battery compartment.
■ Remove battery compartment cover of transmitter.
■ Connect other end of programming cable to 3-hole terminal in
transmitter.
■ Press and hold the transmitter button (for transmitters with 2
or 4 buttons, make sure you press the “active” button you
already use to open and close your garage door).
■ On the Keyless Entry System keypad, press the ENTER button.
Input any new 4-digit PIN of your choice. Press the ENTER button again.
■ Keep the transmitter button pressed until the keypad buttons
blink rapidly.
■ The Keyless Entry System has now learned the code of the
transmitter, and stored it under the PIN that you entered.
■ Disconnect the programming cable from the transmitter, and
replace its battery compartment cover.
■ Remove the programming cable from the Keyless Entry System
terminal (The programming cable may be stored inside the
battery compartment just below the battery or in another safe
location for future use).
Screws (2)
A
A Sectional Door
Only
B Sectional Door or
One-Piece Door
C Sectional Door or
One-Piece Door
B
C
Wireless Keyless Entry System
Step 2. Keyless Entry System Mounting
■ Choose location for mounting your Keyless Entry System, see Figure
2—Sectional Garage Door owners may use positions, A, B, or C. OnePiece Garage Door owners use positions B or C only.
■ Using mounting holes at top and bottom of Keyless Entry System as
a guide, mark hole locations and then drill two 1/16” pilot holes.
■ Secure keyless entry to the mounting surface with the (2) 1/8” x 11/4” screws provided. For mounting surfaces that are not made of
wood, alternate anchoring means may be needed.
■ Replace battery compartment cover.
■ Close hinged Keyless Entry System cover.
Step 3. Using the Keypad
Opening and Closing a Garage Door
■ Enter 4-digit PIN (selected in Step 1) followed by pressing the ENTER
button. Garage door will begin moving.
■ Keyless Entry System will remain active and keypad numbers will
flash for approximately 18 seconds after pressing the ENTER button.
During this time, the garage door can be stopped by pressing any
button (except the LIGHT button).
■ To illuminate keypad when necessary press “Light” button. No radio
signal will be sent. Light will stay “On” during code entry.
■ Under certain conditions, your garage door may require constant
pressing of a button to operate. In this case, enter your 4-digit PIN
then press and hold the ENTER button. Garage door will run as long
as the ENTER button is held.
Note: If an invalid PIN is entered 3 times in a row, the Keyless Entry
System automatically shuts off to prevent tampering or unauthorized
use. After 2 minutes, the Keyless Entry System can be used again.
Storing more than 1 Code for Control of more than 1
Garage Door Opener.
■ The Keyless Entry System may be used to control up to 3
different garage door openers, each with a different code.
■ For each of the 3 codes, follow the same steps as shown in Step 1,
with one exception: you must enter in a different PIN for each code.
Each code requires a unique PIN.
■ To use the Keyless Entry System to open or close a specific door, simply enter the corresponding PIN for that door followed by pressing
the ENTER button.
Storing more than 1 PIN for Same Code
■ It is possible to store up to 3 different PINs for the same code for use
by different individuals.
■ For each separate PIN, follow the same steps as shown in Step 1.
Repeat the procedure for each PIN, using the same transmitter each
time. This will store the same code under 3 different PINs.
LIMITED WARRANTY:
Wireless Keyless Entry System (model #’s ML-639) - (1) Year Warranty
(Labor not included)
COVERAGE: Any defect in material and or workmanship from personal,
normal household use in accordance with the Owner‘s Manual.
WARRANTY OWNERSHIP: The warranty is limited to the consumer who
originally purchased and/or registered the product.
MARANTEC AMERICA CORPORATION COMMITMENT: If the Marantec®
product is found to be defective, we will repair or, at our option, replace
it at no charge to the customer. We may elect to use new or reconditioned replacement parts or product of the same or similar design at
that given time.
LIMITATIONS: Marantec® will not be liable for loss or damage to property or any incidental or consequential loss or expense from property
damage due directly or indirectly from the use of this product other
than in the States that do not allow such exclusion of limitation.
Marantec® will not cover batteries, unauthorized repair parts, installations, commercial use, damage while in transit, defects resulting from
Instructions (continued)
Storing a Temporary PIN
■ A temporary PIN can be stored which will permit operation for 3
times only.
■ Press and hold “button 1” on the keypad for 3 seconds until buttons
on keypad blink rapidly.
■ Buttons on keypad will blink rapidly for 5 seconds. During this blinking period, enter your original PIN followed by the ENTER button.
■ Enter a temporary 4-digit PIN of your choice followed by the ENTER button.
■ The buttons on the keypad will illuminate for 2 seconds, then the
Keyless Entry System will shut off and the keypad lights will go out.
■ Keyless Entry System is now ready for use again.
■ To use Keyless Entry System with the newly stored temporary PIN,
enter the 4-digit temporary PIN followed by pressing the ENTER button. This can be done 3 times, after which the temporary PIN will be
automatically erased.
Changing the PIN
■ Press and hold “button 0” on the keypad for 3 seconds until buttons
on the keypad blink rapidly.
■ Buttons on keypad will blink rapidly for 5 seconds. During this time,
enter the PIN which is to be changed followed by pressing the
ENTER button.
■ Enter the new 4-digit PIN followed by pressing the ENTER button.
■ The buttons on the keypad will illuminate for 2 seconds, then the
Keyless Entry System will shut off and the keypad lights will go out.
■ The Keyless Entry System is now ready for use again with new pin
(Old PIN is no longer valid).
Clearing the Memory
■ Press and hold the “Light” button on the keypad for 3 seconds until
buttons on the keypad blink rapidly.
■ Buttons on keypad will blink rapidly for 5 seconds. During this time,
enter code 9-9-9-9.
■ Release “Light” button.
■ The buttons on the kepad will illuminate for 2 seconds, then the
Keyless Entry System will shut off and keypad lights will go out.
■ All codes will be erased except the factory pre-programmed PIN
1-2-3-4.
Replacing the Battery
■ Remove battery compartment cover.
■ Remove old battery.
■ Replace with new “Procell” 9V battery. Match polarity designation. Test
operability. (Keyless Entry System is designed to remember all previously programmed codes and PINs while battery is being replaced).
■ Replace battery compartment cover.
For protection of keypad, keep cover closed when not in use.
accidents, or resulting from alterations, lack of proper maintenance,
unauthorized repair or modification of product, misuse or abuse of
product, fire, flood, or acts of God, or other failures due to not properly
following the Marantec® Owner‘s Manual. No labor costs are covered.
This warranty applies only to Marantec®’s Accessories purchased and
used in the United States, Canada, or Mexico. Marantec® under no circumstances will be liable for consequential, incidental or special damages arising in connection with the use, or inability to use, this product.
In no event shall Marantec® ’s liability for breach of warranty, breach of
contract, negligence or strict liability exceed the cost of the product
covered hereby. No person is authorized to assume for Marantec
America Corporation any other liability in connection with the sale of
this product.
WARRANTY SERVICE: Service from Authorized Dealers: Contact the
source that sold you and/or installed your Garage Door Opener unit.
Self-Service: Call Marantec®’s Toll Free Helpline at: 1-888-622-2489
where a trained Marantec® representative will assist you in diagnosing
and providing you with directions and parts to repair it yourself if
possible.
FCC Certified: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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Marantec America Corporation, 675 Healthrow Dr., Lincolnshire, IL 60069 1-888-622-2489
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