Wireless Keyless Entry System

Wireless Keyless Entry System
Instructions
Figure 1. Code Transferring
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. Also an additional device (e.g. a yard light)
can be controlled. For that function (Light Function) an optional
receiver is needed. Check the package to familiarize yourself with the
parts shown in Figure 2.
Other Features Include:
Figure 1a.
Programming Connector
Active Transmitter
3-holed Terminal
Wireless Installation, Code Security, Anti-Tampering, and WeatherResistant Design.
Step 1: Setting Up Your Personal Identification
Number (PIN) and Transferring the Code (fig. 1)
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.
Figure 2. Keyless Entry
System Mounting
Cover
Keypad Illumination
Transferring the Code for Controlling your Garage Door to the Keyless
Entry System from a Transmitter:
■ Open the terminal area (fig. 1a) and connect the Keyless Entry
System to the active transmitter using the programming connector.
■ Press and hold the transmitter button you use to open and close
your garage door. On the Keyless Entry System, press the ENTER
button. The keypad illumination turns on.
■ Input any new 4-digit PIN of your choice. Press the ENTER button
again. Keep the transmitter button pressed until the LED on the
Keyless Entry System blinks rapidly.
■ The Keyless Entry System has now learned the code from the
transmitter, and stored it under the PIN that you entered. Remove
the programming connector and close the terminal area.
Transferring a new Code for the Light Function
to the Keyless Entry System from a Transmitter:
LED
Mounting Hole
Anchors
Mounting Screws
Spacer
Key
Figure 3. Batterles Replacing
The Light Function is factory pre-programmed with its own code. An
existing transmitter code could be transferred to the Light Function.
■ Open the terminal area (fig. 1a) and connect the Keyless Entry
System to the active transmitter using the programming connector.
■ Press and hold the transmitter button you choose to activate any
other device. On the Keyless Entry System, press the ENTER button.
The keypad illumination turns on.
■ Press the LIGHT button. Press the ENTER button again. Keep the
transmitter button pressed until the LED on the Keyless Entry System
blinks rapidly.
■ The Keyless Entry System has now learned the new code for the
light function from the transmitter. Remove the programming
connector and close the terminal area.
2 Batteries 3V, CR 2032
Backplate
Wireless Keyless Entry System
Instructions (Continued)
Step 2: Keyless Entry System Mounting
(fig. 2)
Storing more than 1 PIN for Same Code
■ It is possible to stor in addition to the pre-programmed PIN
up to 2 other PINs for the same code for the same code for
use by different individuals.
■ Choose location for mounting your Keyless Entry System.
■ For each separate PIN, follow the same steps as shown in
■ Using mounting holes at top and bottom of the spacer as
Step 1. Repeat the procedure for each PIN, using the same
a guide, mark hole locations and then drill two 1/16” pilot
transmitter each time. This will store the same code under
holes.
3 different PINs.
■ Secure spacer to the mounting surface with the (2) 1/8” x
1-3/8” screws provided. For mounting surfaces that are not Storing a Temporary PIN
made of wood, alternate anchoring means may be needed. ■ A temporary PIN can be stored which will permit operation
■ Snap the Keyless Entry System into the spacer.
for 3 times only.
■ Turn clockwise the key on the bottom of the spacer using
■ Press and hold “button 1” on the keypad for 3 seconds
a coin to lock the Keyless Entry System.
until the LED on keypad blinks rapidly. Enter your original
PIN followed by the ENTER button.
Step 3: Using Keyless Entry System
■ Enter a temporary 4-digit PIN of your choice followed by
Switching On the Keypad Illumination
the ENTER button.
■ Press the LIGHT button. The keypad illumination turns on ■ The LED on the keypad will illuminate for 2 seconds, then
for 5 seconds.
the Keyless Entry System will shut off and the keypad
illumination will go out. Keyless Entry System is now ready
Opening and Closing a Garage Door
for use again.
■ Enter 4-digit PIN (programmed in Step 1) followed by
■ To use Keyless Entry System with the newly stored
pressing the ENTER button. Garage door will begin
temporary PIN, enter the 4-digit temporary PIN, enter the
moving.
4-digit temporary PIN followed by pressing the ENTER
■ Keyless Entry System will remain active and LED will flash
button. This can be done 3 times, after which the
for approximately 18 seconds after pressing the ENTER
temporary PIN will be automatically erased.
button. During this time, the garage door can be stopped
by pressing any button (except the LIGHT button).
Changing the PIN
■ Under certain conditions, your garage door may require
■ Press and hold “button 0” on the keypad for 3 seconds
constant pressing of a button to operate. In this case,
until the LED on the keypad blinks rapidly.
enter your 4-digit PIN then press and hold the ENTER
■ Enter the PIN which is to be changed followed by pressing
button. Garage door will run as long as the ENTER button
the ENTER button.
is held.
■ Enter the new 4-digit PIN followed by pressing the ENTER
Note: If a PIN with more than 4 digits is entered, the Keyless
button. The LED on the keypad will turn on (no flashing )
Entry System considers the last 4 digits.
for 2 seconds.
If an invalid PIN is entered 3 times in a row, the Keyless Entry
■ The Keyless Entry System is now ready for use again with
System automatically shuts off to prevent tampering or
the new pin (Old PIN is no longer valid).
unauthorized use. After 2 minutes, the Keyless Entry System
Clearing the Memory
can be used again.
■ Press and hold the LIGHT button on the keypad for 3
Light Function (Switching any other devices)
seconds until the LED on the keypad blinks rapidly.
■ To turn on any other device (e.g. a yard light), press the
■ Enter the PIN 9-9-9-9.
LIGHT button followed by pressing the ENTER button.
■ Release LIGHT button. The memory is cleared. The LED on
■ To turn off any other device (e.g. a yard light), press the
the keypad will illuminate for 2 seconds.
LIGHT button followed by pressing the ENTER button once Note: After clearing the memory, the Keyless Entry System is
again.
programmed with 1 random code and the PIN 1-2-3-4.
Storing more than 1 Code to Control more than 1
Replacing the Batteries (fig. 3)
Garage Door Opener
■ Turn counterclockwise the key on the bottom of the spacer
■ The Keyless Entry System may be used to control up to 3
and remove the Keyless Entry System from the spacer.
different garage door openers, each with a different code. ■ Release the backplate of the Keyless Entry System.
■ For each of the 3 codes, follow the same steps as shown in ■ Remove old batteries.
Step 1, with one exception: you must enter in a different
■ Replace with 2 new 3V batteries, CR 2032. Match polarity
PIN for each code. Each code requires a unique PIN.
designation. Test operability. (Keyless Entry System is
■ To use the Keyless Entry System to open or close a specific
designed to remember all previously programmed codes
door, simply enter the corresponding PIN for that door
and PINs while battery is being replaced).
followed by pressing the ENTER button.
■ Replace the backplate.
For protection of keypad, keep cover closed when not in use.
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.
Part#: 67356
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Copyright 2004 All Rights Reserved.
Version 04/04
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