INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 920 EntryCheck TM

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
920 EntryCheck TM
The EntryCheck™ 920 Indoor/Outdoor Keypad is a surface-mount digital
keyless entry system designed for access control applications. The backlit
keys are bright and easy-to-read. A heavy cast vandal resistant housing
design with mounting plate allows the 920 to be mounted on a rugged
surface or on a standard single-gang electrical box.
The 920 has a capacity of 500 users. Users can be assigned to use 4 to 6
digit PIN codes. An authenticated access can be programmed to activate
one or both of the onboard relay outputs.
The timed “anti-passback” feature prevents using the same credentials
twice before a programmed waiting period has elapsed.
Two long lasting solid state LED indicators show the status of the system.
The left bi-color indicator lights red to indicate power, then solid green when
a relay is active (access grant, etc.). The right indicator flashes yellow to
indicate that the keypad is in programming mode.
An internal sounder can be programmed to beep each time a key is
pressed or when an output is activated. An internal jumper sets the
sounder volume high or low.
The SENSE input can be configured two ways through programming .
When configured for “Door Sense”, the input is wired to a normally closed
door position switch to detect when the door is opened or closed. Forced
entry or door ajar situations can then be detected. The “Auto-relock” feature
can also be used to turn off the Main Relay output immediately when the
door is closed after access has been granted to prevent “tailgating”.
When the SENSE input is configured for “Inhibit”, the input can be wired to
a normally open “service” switch or automatic timer that will disable access
while the switch is closed.
The REQUEST-TO-EXIT input can be wired to a normally open pushbutton
to provide codeless activation of the Main Relay, Auxiliary Relay, Output #3
or Output #4 (user programmable).
The ALARM SHUNT signal is available when access is granted. This
signal can be programmed to activate any of the relays or solid state
outputs to shunt alarm contacts on the access door/gate preventing the
triggering of an alarm when an authorized access occurs.
The 920 EntryCheck™ is powered from a 12-24V AC or DC source. The
non-volatile EEPROM memory retains entry codes and programming when
power is removed. An internal jumper is provided to reset the master code.
The Main Relay has a 5 Amp capacity. The Auxiliary Relay has a 2 Amp
capacity. Two solid state outputs, capable of sinking 100 mA to common
are programmable for alarm shunting, or to signal forced entry, door ajar,
keypad lockout, request-to-exit, and keypad active conditions.
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FEATURES
Keypad programmable
500 user codes
4 to 6 digit user codes
4 independent outputs
4 independent timers
2 Form C relay contacts
2 solid state open collector outputs
Program entry codes to activate one or
two relays
Disable input
Door sense input
Request-to-exit/Reception input
Keypad tamper lockout
Timed anti-passback
Anti-tailgate
Two LED status indicators
Tactile key feel
Audible code entry verification
12V or 24V, AC or DC operation
SPECIFICATIONS
Mechanical
Dimensions: 3.00" W x 5.75" H x 1.375" D
(1.4375” wall projection)
Electrical
Input Voltage: 12-24 Volts AC or DC
Operating Current: 30 mA typical, 150 mA max
Output Ratings
Main Relay: Form “C” 5 Amps @ 28 Volts max
Auxiliary Relay: Form “C” 2 Amp @ 28 Volts max
Type: Solid state outputs (Outputs #3 & #4)
Short-to-common 100 mA @ 24 VDC maximum
Environmental
Temperature: -22°F to 149°F (-30°C to 65°C)
Humidity: 5% to 95% non-condensing
QuickStart Programming
You must first enter programming mode to perform any function. The yellow indicator will blink slowly showing that the 920
EntryCheck™ is in programming mode. Use the option codes to program each function. After the new data entry is complete for
each function , the yellow indicator will flash quickly while the data is being stored and the green indicator will light briefly if the
programming has been accepted. The red indicator will light if any programming data is entered incorrectly or the function is
rejected. If a red indicator is seen, the entire function (option code + data) will have to be fully re-entered. The keypad will remain
in programming mode until
# is pressed or after 30 seconds of inactivity.
**
YELLOW
“PROGRAM”
INDICATOR
RED/GREEN
POWER/ACCESS
INDICATOR
Program the first user code
Step 1. Enter: #9# 123456#
Enter the program mode (default master code)
Step 2. Enter: 03# 4#
Set the entry code length to 4 digits
Step 3. Enter: 21# 5#
Set the main relay activate time to 5 sec.
Step 4. Enter: 01# 001# 9876# 9876# 1#
PIN code ‘9876’ is assigned to User #001 to
momentarily activate the main relay
Step 5. Enter:
Exit programming mode
FRONT
** #
KEYPAD
Test your new user code
Enter user code ‘9876#’. The green indicator should illuminate, the
main relay should activate and the door should unlock for 5 seconds.
Adding additional user codes
Once the code length and relay time have been set you do not need to set them each time
you additional users.
BACK
To add additional users:
Step 1. Enter: #9# 123456#
Enter the program mode (default master code)
Step 2. Enter: 01# 002# 2222# 2222# 1#
PIN code ‘2222’ is assigned to User #002 to
momentarily activate the main relay
Step 3. Enter: 01# 003# 2580# 2580# 10#
Step 4. Enter:
** #
PIN code ‘2580’ is assigned to User #003 to
toggle (on/off) the main relay
Exit programming mode
JP1
KEYPAD
POWER
Enter the program mode (default master code)
Step 2. Enter: 02# 002# 002#
User #002 has been deleted.
** #
Exit programming mode
RED
+
BLACK
-
BRN/YEL NO
BLK/WHT COM
ORG/BLK NC
}
}
KEY PAD POWER
12-24 VOLTS
AC OR DC
AUXILIARY RELAY
2 AMPS @ 28VDC MAX
GROUND
*{
OUTPUT #4
OUTPUT #3
GROUND
GROUND
REQUEST TO EXIT
GROUND
YELLOW NO
WHITE COM
ORANGE NC
}
MAIN RELAY
5 AMPS @ 28VDC MAX
ANTI-TAMPER
SWITCH
MAIN
RELAY
SENSE
Fig. 2 Wiring Pigtail Color Code
E8 E7 E6 E5 E4 E3 E2 E1
TO POWER SUPPLY
E8
JP2
Step 1. Enter: #9# 123456#
Step . Enter:
E1
AUXILIARY
RELAY
Deleting a user code
To delete a user:
WIRE
HARNESS
(E1-E8)
BLACK
PINK/SALMON
EARTH
GROUND
CONNECTION
BLUE
BLACK
REQUEST-TO-EXIT
SWITCH
[N/O]
DOOR POSITION
SWITCH
[N/C]
GREEN
NC
VIOLET
NO
C
C
BLACK
NO
GRAY
AUXILIARY OUTPUTS
* 100mA
MAX TO COMMON
!
CAUTION
!
IF THE UNIT IS AC POWERED, MAKE SURE
THAT THE SECONDARY OF THE SYSTEM IS
ISOLATED FROM EARTH GROUND
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KEYPAD WIRING
See Fig. 3 for an example of a basic door installation. The keypad is
mounted adjacent to the door. An electric door strike is mounted in the
door jamb to release the door lock. A magnetic switch is mounted on top
of the door jamb for detecting when the door is open.
Use the following steps to wire the keypad. Refer to the wiring diagram
shown in Fig. 4 to assist in the wiring.
Note: Up to 500 feet of 18 AWG wire can be run for power, use larger wire
for longer runs. Use 22 AWG or larger (depending on load) for other
connections. Refer to lock manufacturer’s documentation for
recommended lock power AWG.
Output Connection
Install a low voltage fail-secure (power to unlock) electric door strike at the
door to be controlled. Route two wires from the door strike to the keypad.
Connect a MOV or varistor across the coil wires of the strike. Connect the
(+) door strike wire to the keypad’s MAIN RELAY N.O wire (yellow).
Connect the other door strike wire to the keypad’s PWR(-) wire (black).
Connect the keypad’s MAIN RELAY COM wire (white), to the keypad’s
PWR(+) wire (red) .
920
Keypad
Fig. 3 Basic Door Installation
Power Connection
TO POWER SUPPLY
Choose a location for the DC power supply or AC transformer.
Connect the power supply’s output terminals to the keypad’s PWR(+) wire
(red) and PWR(-) wire (black). If using a DC supply, Observe wiring
polarity. If an AC transformer is being used, polarity does not mater.
+
-
ORG/BLK
KEY PAD POWER
12-24 VOLTS
AC OR DC
}
NC
BLK/WHT COM
BRN/YEL
FAIL SAFE CONNECTION
Caution: If the unit is AC powered, make sure the secondary of
the system transformer is isolated from earth ground.
RED
BLACK
FAIL SECURE CONNECTION
Earth Ground
NO
ORANGE
NC
WHITE
COM
YELLOW
NO
}
AUXILIARY RELAY
2 AMPS @ 28VDC
MAX
}
MAIN RELAY
5 AMPS @ 28VDC
MAX
To avoid damage to the unit from static discharges, connect the earth
ground wire (green/E5) to a good earth grounding point. Suggested
wiring size is 18 AWG for earth ground.
*{
OUTPUT #4
OUTPUT #3
COMMON
EARTH GROUND
Sense Input
REQUEST TO EXIT
RE Note: The SENSE input (gray wire) can be programmed as either a
COMMON
SENSE
door sense or inhibit input. Both features cannot be used at the same
time. If you are not using the sense input, program this input for inhibit.
E8 E7 E6 E5 E4 E3 E2 E1
WIRE PIGTAIL
COMMON
EARTH
GROUND
CONNECTION
BLUE
BLACK
REQUEST-TO-EXIT
SWITCH
[N/O]
DOOR POSITION
SWITCH
[N/C]
GREEN
NC
VIOLET
NO
C
C
BLACK
NO
GRAY
AUXILIARY OUTPUTS
*100mA
MAX TO COMMON
Door Sense: (Detect forced entry or door ajar conditions) Install a
normally closed door switch on the door and route two wires from the
switch to the keypad. Connect the door switch to the keypad’s SENSE
wire (gray/ E8) and COM wire (any black wire).
Fig. 4 Basic Door Installation Wiring
EXAMPLE #1:
Inhibit: (Disable access) If an inhibit switch or timer is going to be used for
temporarily disabling the keypad, route two wires from the switch or timer
to the keypad. Connect the inhibit switch/timer’s normally open contacts
to the keypad’s SENSE (gray/ E8) and COM (black wires) terminal.
BLACK
PINK/SALMON
OUTPUT #3 LIGHTS AN LED
OUTPUT #4 LIGHTS AN LED AND SOUNDS A BEEPER
POWER
SUPPLY
+
+
1KΩ
ELECTRONIC
BEEPER
1KΩ
Request-to-Exit Input (wiring shown on page 3, fig. 4)
LED
Solid State Outputs
OUTPUT #3
BLUE
Wire
Pigtail
If a request-to-exit pushbutton is going to be used, route two wires from
the keypad box to a normally open pushbutton mounted on the secure
side of the door. Connect the wires to the pushbutton and to the keypad’s
REX wire (violet/ E6) and COM (black wires) terminals.
OUTPUT #4
EXAMPLE #2:
BLUE
PINK/SALMON
Wire
Pigtail
OUTPUT #4
OUTPUT #4 COM
OUTPUT #3 COM
END OF LINE
RESISTOR
BLACK
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LOW
VOLTAGE
LAMP
NO ZONE
ALARM PANEL
COMMON
BLACK
Fig. 5 Using Solid State Outputs
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PINK/SALMON
OUTPUT #3 LIGHTS A LAMP POWERED FROM AN EXTERNAL SOURCE
OUTPUT #4 TRIGGERS A NORMALLY OPEN ALARM PANEL ZONE
OUTPUT #3
The two solid state outputs (Outputs #3 & #4) can be programmed to
activate during various conditions. These “open collector” outputs can be
used to activate indicators or sounders. See fig. 5 for wiring examples
using the solid state outputs.
LED
+
-
POWER
SOURCE
EACH
OUTPUT
100 mA
MAXIMUM
FACTORY DEFAULTS
Adding a New User PIN Code
Master Programming CodeXXX..XXXXXXX.X.X...123456
Entry Code LengthXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.XX..4 digits
Request-to-exit Output RelayXXXXXXXXX..........No Output
Alarm Shunt OutputX.XXXXXXXXXXXXX.........Disabled
Forced Entry OutputXXXXXXXXXXX..XXXXNo Output
Door Ajar OutputXXXXXXXXXXXXX..XX.X.No Output
Main Relay On TimeXXXXXXXXXXXXX..X..02 Seconds
Auxiliary Relay On TimeXXXXXXXXXXX.....X02 Seconds
Solid State Output #3 On TimeXXXXXXXXX......02 Seconds
Solid State Output #4 On TimeXXXXXXXXXX..02 Seconds
Door Sense/Inhibit InputXXXXXXXXXX...XX..Door Sense
Keypad Lockout OutputXXXXXXXXXXXX..XX.Disabled
Keypad Active OutputXXXXXXXXXXXX..X..X..Disabled
Beeper Sounds When Key PressedXXXXXXXX...XXXYes
Beeper Sounds During Relay #1XXXXXXXXX..X...XX.No
Beeper Sounds During Relay #2XXXXXXXXXXX...X...No
Beeper Sounds During Output #3XXXXXXXXXXX........No
Beeper Sounds During Output #4XXXXXXXXXXX........No
Keypad Lockout CountXXX.XXX......X.3 Tries Before Lockout
Anti-Passback TimeXXXXXX..XX...XXX.No Anti-Passback
Auto-RelockXXXXXXXXXXXXX...XXXX.XXXX.On
BASIC PROGRAMMING
When the 920 EntryCheck™ is in Programming Mode the yellow
indicator will blink slowly. After a programming command is
selected, the yellow indicator will flash rapidly while the keypad is
waiting for user input data. The green indicator will light if the data
is accepted. The red indicator will light if any programming data is
entered incorrectly, and the command will have to be fully reentered.
Press: 01 # User # Code # Code # Relay #
User=3-digit User number to be added: 001-500
Code=The new entry code: 1-999999, depending on code length
Relay=Relay output entry code will activate:
1=Main Relay 2=Auxiliary Relay 3=Both Relays
10=Relay #1, toggled 20=Relay #2, toggled 30=both Relays toggled
12=Relay #1 toggled; Relay #2 timed open
21=Relay #1 timed open; Relay #2 toggled
The yellow indicator will flash quickly while the 920 stores the new
user information in memory The green indicator will light when the
new code is accepted. If the user number already exists or an entry
error has been made, the red indicator will light. Delete the user and
re-enter the new information again.
Note: Leading zeros (zeros before the code number, i.e.0001) do not need to
be entered when programming a new code. The 920 will internally add any
zeros to fill digits determined by the entry code length setting. Leading zeros
will have to be entered by the user when entering their code to gain access.
Output Toggle Mode
When an output is programmed for Toggle Mode, the output
alternates from OFF to ON or from ON to OFF each time it is
accessed. When an output is toggled on, the green LED remains
solid until toggled off.
The rules for a toggle output are:
If the output is OFF, it will turn ON and stay on until the next
activation.
If the output is ON, it will turn OFF and stay off until the next
activation.
An authorized PIN or REX input programmed to momentarily
activate that same relay will reset the relay to its normal state.
Entering Programming Mode
The 6-digit Master Programming Code (default = 123456) is used
to enter Programming Mode.
Press: # 9 # Master Code #
Master Code = the current 6-digit Master Programming Code
Exiting Programming Mode
Press:
#
The red indicator will light after exiting Programming Mode
**
Note: The 920 will automatically exit Programming Mode after 30
seconds of inactivity
Re-entering a Command After a Mistake
If the red indicator lights, signaling an incorrect entry, or an
incorrect key is pressed during programming, to clear the keypad
and re-enter the command:
Press:
9#
*
Setting Entry Code Length
Default: 4 digits
Press: 03 # Length #
Length = 4-6 for entry code length
Note: If the Entry Code Length is going to be changed from the factory
default of 4 digits, make this change first before programming any entry
codes.
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Erasing a Single User
Press: 02 # User # User #
User =The user number to delete 001-500
The yellow indicator will flash quickly while the 920 erases the
user from memory. The green indicator will light when the code is
erased.
Erasing Multiple Users (Sequential)
Press: 09 # 1st User # Number of users #
1st User =Starting user number to delete
Number of users = Total number of consecutive users to delete
The yellow indicator will flash quickly while the 920 erases the
user from memory. The green indicator will light when the code is
erased.
See the following example that sets entry codes 1234 for normal
operation and 5678 for toggle operation.
Press: 01 # User # 1 2 3 4 # 1 2 3 4 # 1 #
01=Programming Step; 1234=Entry Code; 1=Main Relay
Press: 01 # User # 5 6 7 8 # 5 6 7 8 # 20 #
01=Programming Step; 5678=Entry Code; 20=Auxiliary Relay
toggle
Select Keypad Lockout Output
Erasing All Entry Codes
WARNING: PERFORMING THIS COMMAND WILL REMOVE
ALL ENTRY CODES FROM THE MEMORY
Press: 97 # 0 0 0 0 0 0 # 0 0 0 0 0 0 #
Note: The green indicator will light while the memory is being erased. This
may take up to 15 seconds.
Press: 98 # Master Code # Master Code #
Master Code=The new 6-digit Master Programming Code
Configure Sense Input
Default: Door Sense
The Sense Input (gray wire) can be programmed for either
DOOR SENSE or INHIBIT.
Press: 10 # Input #
Input=0 for Door Sense; =1 for Inhibit
When programmed for DOOR SENSE, if an open condition on
the input occurs before access is granted (with an entry code or
with the request-to-enter input) a FORCED ENTRY output will
occur. If an open condition remains 60 seconds after a relay
activation for access, a DOOR AJAR output will occur.
When programmed for INHIBIT, a closed condition on the input
will prevent Relay #1 from activating when access is requested
with an entry code. This mode is typically used with an external
timer to disable the access device at certain times.
Select Forced Entry Output
Default: No Output
Sets which output activates if the DOOR SENSE input opens
before access is granted. This output is timed and configured
by the relay “On-time”.
Press: 11 # Output #
Output=Output to Activate(0-4)
1=Main Relay; 2=Auxiliary Relay; 3=Output #3; 4=Output #4;
0=No Output
Select Door Ajar Output
Sets which output activates when the keypad is “locked out” after
too many incorrect entry code attempts. The lockout time is 60
seconds.
Press: 13 # Output #
Output=Output to Activate (0-4)
1=Main Relay; 2 = Auxiliary Relay; 3=Output #3; 4=Output #4;
0=No Output
Select Keypad Active Output
Changing the 6-Digit Master Programming Code
Default: No Output
Sets which output activates if the DOOR SENSE input stays
open 60 seconds after access is granted (door ajar time is
adjustable using Function 25). This output is not timed.
Press: 12 # Output #
Output=Output to Activate (0-4)
1=Main Relay; 2=Auxiliary Relay; 3=Output #3; 4=Output #4;
0=No Output
Default: No Output
Default: No Output
Sets which output activates when any keys are pressed. This
output is timed. If toggle mode is selected for the output, the timer
value defaults to 2 seconds.
Press: 14 # Output #
Output=Output to Activate(0-4)
1=Main Relay; 2=Auxiliary Relay; 3=Output #3; 4=Output #4;
0=No Output
Select Alarm Shunt Output
Default: No Output
Sets which output activates during the time access is granted.
(Use this output ot shunt alarm contacts attached to the access
door.) This output may be timed or toggled.
Press: 15 # Output #
Output=Output to Activate(0-4)
1=Main Relay; 2=Auxiliary Relay; 3=Output #3; 4=Output #4;
0=No Output
Select Request-to-Exit Output
Default: No Output
Sets which output activates when the Request-to-Exit input is
grounded. This output may be timed or toggled.
Press: 16 # Output #
Output=Output to Activate(0-4)
1=Main Relay; 2=Auxiliary Relay; 3=Output #3; 4=Output #4;
0=No Output
REX input terminates toggle of Main or Aux. Relay
Anti-Tamper Output
Default: No Output
Sets which output activates when the Anti Tamper switch on the
back of the keypad is activated.
Press: 17 # Output #
Output=Output to Activate(0-4)
0=No Output; 2=Auxiliary Relay; 3=Output #3; 4=Output #4;
Main Relay On-time
Default: 02 Seconds
Sets the length of time the Main Relay activates when triggered.
Green LED is on when Main Relay is active.
Press: 21 # Seconds #
Seconds=Output time in seconds (1-60)
Auxiliary Relay On-time
Default: 02 Seconds
Sets the length of time the Auxiliary Relay activates when triggered.
Press: 22 # Seconds #
Seconds=Output time in seconds (1-60)
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Solid-state Output #3 On-time
Default: 02 Seconds
Sets the length of time Output #3 activates when triggered.
Press: 23 # Seconds #
Seconds=Output time in seconds (1-60), 99=Toggle Mode
Solid-state Output #4 On-time
Default: 02 Seconds
Keypad Lockout Count
Default: 3 Attempts
Sets the number or incorrect entry code attempts allowed
before the keypad “locks out” for 60 seconds.
Press: 50 # Attempts #
Attempts=Number of attempts before lockout (2-7)
*Refer to Option 13 to Enable Lockout Relay
Sets the length of time Output #4 activates when triggered.
Press: 24 # Seconds #
Seconds=Output time in seconds (1-60), 99=Toggle Mode
Door Ajar Timer
Default: 60 Seconds
Sets the amount of time the door may be held open after an
authorized access. The DOOR AJAR output will activate after the
time expires.
Press: 25 # Seconds #
Seconds=Held open time in seconds (1-60)
Beep Sounds on Keystrokes
Default: Yes
Selects whether or not the keypad beeps as each key is pressed.
Press: 40 # Sound #
Sound=1 for Yes, =0 for No
Beep Sounds During Main Relay
Default: No
Selects whether or not the keypad beeps during Main Relay
activation.
Press: 41 # Sound #
Sound=1 for Yes, =0 for No
Beep Sounds During Auxiliary Relay
Selects whether or not the keypad beeps during Auxiliary Relay
activation.
Press: 42 # Sound #
Sound=1 for Yes, =0 for No
Default: No
Selects whether or not the keypad beeps during Output #3
activation.
Press: 43 # Sound #
Sound=1 for Yes, =0 for No
Beep Sounds During Output #4
Default: No
Selects whether or not the keypad beeps during Output #4
activation.
Press: 44 # Sound #
Sound=1 for Yes, =0 for No
Beep Sounds Anti-Tamper Activation
Default: No
Selects whether or not the keypad beeps during Anti-Tamper
switch activation.
Press: 45 # Sound #
Sound=1 for Yes, =0 for No
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Default: No Anti-Pass Back
Sets the length of time an entry code will not function after it is
used.
Press: 51 # Minutes #
Minutes=Time in minutes (2-4), 0=No Anti-passback
Selects mode for Keypad LED Backlight
Default: 30 Seconds
Selects whether or not the keypad back light stays OFF, lights for 30
seconds when activated or stays ON.
Press: 52 # Output #
0 = Light always OFF
1 = 30 sec light when activated (default)
2 = Light always ON
Changing the Beeper Sound Level
The Keypad’s beeper can be set to high or low level.
Remove jumper JP1 to reduce beeper sound level.
RESETTING KEYPAD
Master Reset
Default: No
Beep Sounds During Output #3
Anti-Pass Back Time
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CAUTION: Performing a master reset will clear the
entire memory of the 920 and return all programmable
options to the factory default values. ALL ENTRY
CODES WILL BE ERASED. NOTE: The Master Code will
NOT be reset.
STEP 1 Disconnect power from the keypad.
STEP 2 Press and hold down the * and # keys.
STEP 3 Apply power to the keypad, continue holding the keys
down until the red indicator starts flashing
STEP 4 Release the keys. The red and yellow indicators will
remain lit until the process is complete, then the
yellow indicator will go out.
Resetting the Master Code
STEP 1 Remove the 920 from the wall and disconnect
power from the keypad.
STEP 2 Locate & Remove jumper at JP2. Reference page 2.
STEP 3 Re-apply power. You will get a single beep and
the yellow LED will flash momentarily.
STEP 4 Replace jumper on JP2.
THE MASTER PROGRAMMING CODE IS NOW 123456.
3.000
5.750
1.375
SURFACE MOUNT
4X Mount at holes
With supplied
screws and hole
expansion anchors
MOUNTING TO SINGLE GANG
RECESSED OUTLET BOX
2X
Mount
at slots
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OPTIONAL
SHROUD
SURFACE MOUNT
(WITH OPTIONAL SHROUD)
4"
POST MOUNT
(WITH SHROUD)
4"
4X
Mount
at holes
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