Setting Up the Lock

Setting Up the Lock
Comptronic 6124 and 6125 Electronic Safe Locks
Setting Up the Lock, Dual Control
Sargent & Greenleaf Comptronic 6124 and 6125 Electronic Safe Locks
Sections:
1. About Your Lock
2. Reference Tables
3. Time Delay
a. Set Up the Opening Window Duration
b. Set Up the Time Delay Duration
4. The Master Code and PIN Position 2
5. Keypad Tamper Indicator (Optional)
6. Time Delay Override (Optional)
a. Set Up Time Delay Override (TDO)
b. Program a Time Delay Override (TDO) Code
7. Changing the Batteries
Setting Up
the Lock
Dual Control
1. About Your Lock
Each time you press a number, letter, or other character on the keypad of
Factory Settings
your Comptronic 6124 or 6125 electronic safe lock, it beeps and the red LED
flashes. If it doesn’t, check your batteries to make sure they are fresh and/or
Master Code
connected properly, then try again. (See Section 7, Changing the Batteries,
1,
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, #
for instructions.)
• The lock responds with various beep (*) sequences to indicate different
User Code
conditions. The * symbols in examples show the number of beeps you
(
PIN position 2)
hear.
2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, #
• When programming, you always enter new codes twice, to confirm their
accuracy.
• If you hear an error beep (long continuous) during any programming
sequence, start the sequence over.
• Always wait for each set of beeps to end before entering another number or letter, or you will
interrupt the code sequence.
PIN Positions
Each code created for use in your lock is assigned a personal identification number (PIN) position. The
Master Code is PIN 0 (zero), the Supervisor is PIN 1, Users are PINs 2 through 8, and the Time Delay
Override Code option uses PIN 9. To add codes for new PIN positions, see Dual Control Management
Guide, #630-437.
Security Note: To maintain the security of the dual control lock, the master code holder and the PIN 2
holder must change their respective codes and verify no other code positions are active using 7 7 *.
2. Quick Reference Tables
Command Reference
function.
Command
2
2
3
4
4
7
2
8
8
3
6
4
*
*
*
*
*
*
77*
Each of the following commands begins a code sequence to perform a specific
Function
Change six-digit access code.
Download the event audit trail. See Dual Control Management Guide, #630-437.
Activates the lock duress feature.
Identify the type of lock.
Program the time delay override option
Program a range of functions (requires Master Code with User Code)
•
Define or change the time delay period (1-99 minutes)
•
Define or change the opening window (1-9 minutes)
•
Add/delete Supervisor Code
Program a range of functions (requires Master or Supervisor Code with User Code)
•
Add User Codes 2-8
•
Delete code 1-8
•
Create/delete a Time Delay Override Code (PIN 9)
Detect active PIN positions.
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Setting Up the Lock, Dual Control
Lock Identification: Enter 4 3 * and listen carefully for the lock identification beeps.
Beep Set Descriptions
Lock Identification: Number of Beeps
1st set of Beeps: Lock Model
(high/short)
2nd set of Beeps: Lock Features
(low/long)
Deadlocking motor
lock (6124): 4 beeps
Single User
1 beep
Push/pull motor
lock (6125): 5 beeps
Multiple User
2 beeps
---
Dual Control
3 beeps
Reference for Beep Patterns
Action/Condition
What You Hear
Lock Model Identification
First user code entered (no time delay)
First user code entered (with time delay)
Wrong code entered
Code entered during error penalty time
Time Delay countdown
Time Delay expiration signal
Opening Window signal
Low Battery Warning
Battery too low to perform functions
Lock bolt extension indicator
Keypad tamper signal (optional)
End of Audit Trail download (optional)
See Lock Identification table, above.
4 short high-pitch beeps
3 short high-pitch beeps
1 long continuous beep
2 long continous beeps
1 short high-pitch beep every 10 seconds
10 short high-pitch beeps
2 short high-pitch beeps every 6 seconds
5 sets of 2 short high-pitch beeps
20 short high-pitch beep (code lockout)
1 low/high beep sequence
2 sequences of SOS
3 high pitch beeps
3. Time Delay
Time delay is a security feature that creates a period of time between the entering of a valid code and
the ability to open the safe door. At the end of the time delay period, the lock begins the opening
window, the time period when you can open the safe. You set the number of minutes for the time delay
and opening window periods independently.
You may have the time delay override (TDO) option installed in your lock. This option allows you to stop
the time delay after it begins. If you have the TDO option, set up your time delay parameters in the
following order (see the diagram below):
• Define the time delay duration in minutes (1-99).
• Define the opening window duration in minutes (1-9) - the factory preset is 2 minutes.
• If the time delay override option is installed, program a time delay override code (see section 6).
Are you going
to use
Time Delay?
No
Set New Master
Code and
User PIN 2 Code
Yes
Is the
Time Delay Override
(TDO) option installed?
See
Section
6
Yes
Turn on Time Delay
Override
Create TDO Code
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Set up:
1. Opening Window
2.
duration (1-9 min.);
factory preset is 2
minutes.
Time Delay duration
(1-99 min.)
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Setting Up the Lock, Dual Control
a. Opening Window Duration
The “opening window” (OW) is the period of time during which you can open the lock, immediately
following the end of the time delay period. The OW can be set for 1 to 9 minutes (factory preset to 2
minutes). Once the time delay is programmed, changes can only be made in the opening window.
To set the minutes for the Opening Window, enter:
7 4 * [Master Code] # ***** [User Code] # ***** 0 1 # *** [OW min] # *** [OW min] # ***
For example, to set the Opening Window to 5 minutes, enter:
7 4 * [Master Code] # ***** [User Code] # ***** 0 1 # *** 5 # *** 5 # ***
b. Set Up the Time Delay Duration
The Time Delay (TD) is the period of time from the entry of a valid Code to the time the lock can
actually be opened. Time delay override (see section 6) can be set to delay opening from 1 to 99
minutes. Security Note: Changes to the time delay duration can only be made during the opening
window.
Enter:
7 4 * [Master Code] # ***** [User Code] # ***** 0 0 # *** [TD min] # *** [TD min] # ***
For example, to set the Time Delay to 15 minutes, enter:
7 4 * [Master Code] # ***** [User Code] # ***** 0 0 # *** 1 5 # *** 1 5 # ***
To eliminate the Time Delay period after it’s been set up, enter zeroes (0) for the time delay minutes.
4. The Master Code and PIN Position 2
The Master Code and PIN Position 2 are used when entering many commands for specific lock
management functions. You must change the Master Code from the factory-set 1 2 3 4 5 6 (or other
Master Code) and the PIN position 2 from factory-set code 2 2 2 2 2 2 before you put the lock into
service.
•
Use this programming sequence whenever it is necessary to create a new 6-digit Master Code. Enter
your new Master Code where the example says New MC:
2 2 * Current MC # ***** New MC # *** New MC # ***
For example, to change the factory-set Master Code to 654321:
2 2 * 1 2 3 4 5 6 # ***** 6 5 4 3 2 1 # *** 6 5 4 3 2 1 # ***
•
Use this programming sequence whenver it is necessary to create a new 6-digit PIN position 2 code.
Enter your new Code where the example says New Code:
2 2 * Current PIN 2 code # ***** New Code # *** New Code # ***
For example, to change the PIN position 2 code to 646464:
2 2 * 2 2 2 2 2 2 # ***** 6 4 6 4 6 4 # *** 6 4 6 4 6 4 # ***
5. Keypad Tamper Indicator (OPTIONAL: MUST BE ORDERED)
Required for Vds rating
If this option is installed, the lock records each time the lock keypad housing is unseated or removed. If
the housing is disturbed, the Keypad Tamper Indicator beeps an SOS warning signal the next time you
attempt to enter a valid access code. The lock will not open; it beeps the SOS: 3 short/high beeps, 3
short/low beeps, 3 short/high beeps. This signal is repeated twice. When it stops, enter a valid code
within one minute and the Keypad Tamper Indicator will reset and the lock will open.
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Setting Up the Lock, Dual Control
6. Time Delay Override Option (OPTIONAL: MUST BE ORDERED)
a. Set Up Time Delay Override (TDO) (MUST BE SET UP AND/OR CHANGED
DURING OPENING WINDOW)
With Time Delay Override, you define whether or not you can override Time Delay, in case you need
to open the lock before the time delay expires - for example, by a cash carrier. You enter a TDO
Code after one valid user has entered his/her code and the time delay period has begun. The TDO
code must be entered in the first 60 seconds of the time delay period.
If you want to use time delay override on your lock, enter:
4 6 * [Master Code] # ***** 1 # *** 1 # ***
Turn Off Time Delay Override
You can turn off the Time Delay Override completely, after it’s been set up. Note: The TDO Code
(PIN position 9) is automatically deleted when TDO is turned off.
Enter:
4 6 * [Master Code] # ***** 0 # *** 0 # ***
b. Program a Time Delay Override (TDO) Code
You need to create a unique 6-digit TDO code in PIN position 9. Note: The TDO code is created
and changed the same as user codes.
Create the TDO Code. Enter:
7 4 * [Master or Supervisor Code] # ***** [User Code] # *****
9 # *** [TDO Code] # *** [TDO Code] # ***
For example, to create a TDO Code of 494949 using the factory-set Master Code and PIN position 2
code, enter:
7 4 * 1 2 3 4 5 6 # ***** 2 2 2 2 2 2 # *****
9 # *** 4 9 4 9 4 9 # *** 4 9 4 9 4 9 # ***
Change the TDO Code. Enter:
2 2 * Old Code # ***** [New Code] # *** [New Code] # ***
For example, to change 494949 to 321123, enter:
2 2 * 4 9 4 9 4 9 # ***** 3 2 1 1 2 3 # *** 3 2 1 1 2 3 # ***
Delete the TDO Code. Enter:
7 4 * [Master or Supervisor Code] # ***** [User Code] # ***** 9 # *** # *** # ***
7. Changing the Batteries
Carefully remove the keypad housing by first lifting the bottom edge (closest to the S&G logo) and then
easing it off the base. Detach the old batteries from the terminals. To prevent bending or breaking the
holder, support the top of each battery holder as you insert each fresh battery. (Duracell7 alkaline
batteries are recommended). Note: No codes or settings are lost during battery replacement.
Questions?
Contact the S&G Automated Helpline at 1-800-826-7652, extension 500.
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Setting Up the Lock, Dual Control
Specifications for Comptronic 6124 and 6125 Electronic Safe Locks and 61KP Keypads
Lock Dimensions
Width: 2.4” (61mm)
Height: 1.1” (30mm)
Length: 3.32” (84.3mm)
Keypad Dimensions
4 inches diameter (101.6mm)
Weight
Shipping Weight
6124: 1 pound (.454Kg)
(.284Kg)
6124: 1.75 pounds (.738Kg)
Finish
Case: Black paint
Power
Two (2) 9-volt alkaline batteries (Duracell® recommended)
Battery Life
Low Battery Detection
Approximately 5,000 openings (based on use of Duracell® batteries). Note: Use of time
delay will decrease battery life.
Beep/LED flash feedback from keypad (5 double beeps/flashes)
Operating Temperature
32
Height: 1.44” (36.5mm)
6125: 1 pound (.454Kg)
6125: 1.75 pounds (.738Kg)
Cover: Black paint
to 120 F. (0 to 60 C.)
Housing/base: .7 pound
Keypad: Satin chrome plated
Fresh batteries are recommended at lower temperatures.
Comptronic Models 6124 and 6125 Electronic Safe Lock and 61KP Keypad
Limited Warranty
Seller warrants that for two (2) years from the date of shipment from Seller’s point of manufacture, the goods will be
free from defects in material and workmanship, provided the goods are normally and properly used according to the
Seller’s written instructions.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY MADE IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.
S&G DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE GOODS ARE MERCHANTABLE OR FIT FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED HEREIN.
Seller’s entire liability and Buyer’s exclusive remedy in the event that the goods do not conform to the foregoing
warranty shall be Seller’s repair or replacement of the goods (including payment of freight costs to and from point of
manufacture). This warranty does not apply to batteries or damage from battery leakage.
SELLER SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR SPECIAL DAMAGES.
SELLER DOES NOT WARRANT ITS LOCK PRODUCTS TO BE IMPERVIOUS TO FORCIBLE OR SURREPTITIOUS
ENTRY, AND SELLER SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR DAMAGE TO OR LOSS OF PROPERTY SOUGHT TO BE
PROTECTED BY ANY SUCH LOCK.
Sargent & Greenleaf, Inc.
Corporate Headquarters:
One Security Drive
Nicholasville, KY 40356 USA
1-800-826-7652
Fax 1-800-634-4843
Outside the United States
Tel. 859-885-9411
Fax 859-887-2057
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ON THE INTERNET
Website: http://www.sglocks.com
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European Headquarters:
9 Chemin du Croset
1024 Ecublens
Switzerland
Tel. 41-21-691-9583
Fax 41-21-691-5349
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