BDA-M400 TA

BDA-M400 TA
GB
www.lehmann-locks.com
(M400 TA)
Type M400 TA Electronic: MAIICBM4
Type M400 TA Keypad: SLIICBB1
M400 Keypad lock
Operating instructions
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ContentsPage
General description, mode of operation .............................................................. 2
Safety precautions, care and maintenance, technical specifications................... 3
System components / Package contents, dimensions......................................... 4
Getting started / Changing batteries, installing the bolt protector........................ 5
Installation, changing the keypad frame.............................................................. 6
Condition as delivered / default settings.............................................................. 7
Basic functions: Opening and closing: Free code selection mode.................... 8
Basic functions: Switching to fixed code........................................................... 9
Basic functions: Switching to free code selection........................................... 10
Advanced functions: Changing the fixed code................................................ 11
Advanced functions: Changing the emergency opening code........................ 12
Advanced functions: Changing the master code............................................ 13
Advanced functions: Automatic locking: Fixed code mode............................. 14
Advanced functions: Automatic opening: Free code selection mode............. 15
EMERGENCY FUNCTIONS.............................................................................. 16
GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
UU On changing the batteries, ensure correct battery polarity and position.
UU Dispose of spent batteries and packaging material in the proper manner!
UU Do not heat batteries, take them apart or short-circuit them
UU Never throw batteries into open fires!
UU The batteries must not be charged!
UU Keep batteries and packaging material out of children’s reach!
UU Any person swallowing batteries must seek immediate medical advice!
UU Damaged and/or leaking batteries may cause acid burns and/or poisoning!
The M400 TA (keypad) locking system is a maintenance-free furniture lock with a motor-driven locking bolt
intended for use in the home and office. The user manual tells you how to install and operate the M400 TA
system in the proper manner. Please keep this manual in an easily accessible place. Using the system in
applications for which it is not intended may result in irreparable damage to it and render any claims null
and void.
Wording and graphics have been prepared for you with care. However, no liability will be assumed for
any mistakes that may have occurred. The scope of items included by the manufacturer in the system
as well as technical specifications are subject to change without notice. Copyright 2014 by LEHMANN
Vertriebsgesellschaft mbH, D-32429 Minden. All rights reserved.
These instructions must not be reproduced in any way (print, photocopy, microfilm or other process) or
processed, duplicated or distributed using electronic systems either in whole or in part without written
consent from LEHMANN Vertriebsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
UU Protect all system components from moisture.
UU Clean the system with a clean, soft, damp cloth only.
UU Do not use any aggressive detergents containing abrasives or solvents. Glass cleaners, thinners,
alcohol, benzene or liquids containing ammonia are not suitable for cleaning purposes.
UU Treating any of the electronic and mechanical components improperly or in any way other than
described in this user manual may lead to malfunctions.
UU Replace the batteries in good time, but at the latest when the visual battery warning on the keypad
lights up.
OPERATING DESCRIPTION
The M400 TA electronic locking system provides you with a convenient means of locking and unlocking
your furniture electronically. The system has two modes.
Mode 1: Free code selection
Here, the user selects his own individual code (max. 10 digits) for opening and closing the lock. In this
mode, the code memory is deleted again as soon as the user opens his cabinet. This means that the next
user can select his new individual code (principle: Hotelsave).
Mode 2: Fixed code
The user can only open and close the lock with a fixed preset code (max. 10 digits).
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
## Power supply for control electronics: battery type: 2x AA, alkaline 1.5V.
## NiCd, NiMH or other rechargeable batteries as well as zinc-carbon or lithium batteries must not be
used!
The following points describe the installation and must be taken into account when installing the system in
furniture.
Only install the system when it is unlocked. For the correct mechanical connection of the M400 TA
system to your furniture, please refer to the installation instructions of your furniture manufacturer. Perform
all programming operations and functional checks when the cabinet door is open. In the event of a
malfunction, you thus have access to all system components.
Permissible temperature range / working range:
Operation: +5°C to +40°C at 30% to 80% relative humidity, non-condensing.
In storage: -25°C to +70°C at 30% to 80% relative humidity, non-condensing.
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Type designation M400 TA Electronic: MAIICBM4
Type designation M400 TA Keypad: SLIICBB1
SYSTEM COMPONENTS / PACKAGE CONTENTS
GETTING STARTED / CHANGING BATTERIES
8

1 Undo
Open screw.
battery
compartment lid.
2
lose battery
3 Ccompartment
lid.
Fit fixing screw.
Only install the furniture lock in furniture in an unlocked state.
Use only LR6, AA, alkaline type batteries. Make sure that the polarity is correct!
Rechargeable batteries, zinc-carbon batteries or lithium batteries are not permitted!
3
6
2 Change
batteries.
3
Low-battery warning system for the electronics
The M400 TA has several battery warning levels (see table below).
5

M400 TA
2 x Spax 3x30
2
7
Connecting
cable 100mm
2 x 1,5V AA
Keypad and frame
6
Operating instructions
8
Warning level
Display on furniture lock
Meaning
Effect
Level 1
LED display flashes briefly
at successive regular
intervals 2 x red.
Battery voltage is low.
The batteries should be
replaced soon.
Normal function is still
possible.
Level 2
LED display flashes briefly
at successive regular
intervals 3 x red.
Battery is spent.
The batteries must be
changed.
For all code inputs, the
lock only performs the
command “OPEN”.
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(M400 TA)
3
Bolt protector
5
7
Type M400 TA Electronic: MAIICBM4
Type M400 TA Keypad:
SLIICBB1
M400 Keypad lock
Striker plate
Operating instructions
Contents
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9 x Spax 3x13
INSTALLING THE BOLT PROTECTOR
Page
General description, mode of operation ............................................................. 2
Safety precautions, care and maintenance, technical specifications .................. 3
System components / Package contents, dimensions........................................ 4
Getting started / Changing batteries, installing the bolt protector ....................... 5
Installation, changing the keypad frame ............................................................. 6
Condition as delivered / default settings ............................................................. 7
Basic functions: Opening and closing: Free code selection mode ................... 8
Basic functions: Switching to fixed code .......................................................... 9
Basic functions: Switching to free code selection .......................................... 10
Advanced functions: Changing the fixed code............................................... 11
Advanced functions: Changing the emergency opening code....................... 12
Advanced functions: Changing the master code ........................................... 13
Advanced functions: Automatic locking: Fixed code mode ............................ 14
Advanced functions: Automatic opening: Free code selection mode ............ 15
EMERGENCY FUNCTIONS ............................................................................. 16
The bolt protector provided with the M400 can be used for additionally guarding the system against
external mechanical manipulation. Depending on the purpose the M400 is being used for and where it is
installed, we recommend fitting this additional, easy-to-mount guard.
DIMENSIONS
Striker plate
Fixation
4
1
2
3
5
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M400 Keypad
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M400 Electronics
INSTALLING THE M400 TA
CONDITION AS DELIVERED / DEFAULT SETTINGS
Installation on the door
The following settings apply for the system as delivered from the factory:
1. Condition as delivered: Free code selection.
2. The lock is in open position.
3. The master code is: 9-0-8-0-7-0-5-5-5-5.
4. The emergency opening code is: 1-0-1-0-5.
5. Automatic locking is deactivated.
6. Automatic opening is deactivated.
During operation, make sure that each key input is acknowledged by a light signal!
If a light signal does not appear, the input was not accepted and not registered.
ote:
N
If a period of 30 seconds is exceeded when entering a new code or menu sequence, the
electronic system switches itself off. The old code remains valid.
You can enter a random numerical code of 3 to 10 digits.
Digits 0 to 9.
LED display for operation and function
CHANGING THE KEYPAD FRAME
pressure to push
2 Use
backlight
the retaining spring
6
up the frame and
3 Lift
remove
it
C = Clear
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narrow screwdriver
1 Insert
into thea opening
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
C 0 E
E = Enter
Note:
You can cancel any operation at any time by pressing the C key.
Any input already made is deleted.
The M400 TA system also has a bolt end position scan function. If, during the locking process, the locking
bolt does not reach its end position, a red flashing signal appears. This indicates that your furniture is not
correctly locked.
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Note:
Our locks and locking systems can basically be used together with mechanisms made by other
manufacturers, but their compatibility must be checked by the processor in each individual case.
We cannot accept any liability for damage or losses due to incompatibility.
BASIC FUNCTIONS
BASIC FUNCTIONS
Opening and closing in mode: Free code selection
Switching to: Fixed code
Prerequisite: The lock must be in OPEN position.
Prerequisite: The lock must be in OPEN position.
UU You can enter a random numerical code of 3 to 10 digits.
UU Digits 0 to 9.
Note:
If you have already changed the default master code,
enter your valid master code here.
Example: CLOSE
Display
4
5
6 E
Furniture lock
closes.
of a master code (default).
UExample
U
9 0 8 0 7 0 5 5 5 5
Example: OPEN
1
Keys Display
4
5
6 E
Furniture lock
opens.
2
2
E
Note:
After opening, the previous code is deleted.
The lock can now be closed again with any random code.
C + E
Note: Green light flashes 1x:
The “Fixed Code” function was already activated
and is still activated.
Note:
Yellow light flashes 6x and remains on:
The “Fixed Code” function is now activated.
If you cancel by pressing the C key,
the code 1-2-3 is automatically valid
E
The furniture lock
is in configuration
mode.
Fixed code is
activated.
The system waits for
a new “Fixed Code”
to be entered.
Now enter your new personal fixed code.
Entering your personal fixed code (example code)
1
Keys 2
Display
3 E
When the display
light goes off, the programming operation
is completed.
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CLOSE (example code)
1
Keys Display
2
3 E
3 E
Furniture lock
closes.
OPEN (example code)
1
Keys Display
2
Furniture lock
opens.
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Keys BASIC FUNCTIONS
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Switching to: Free code selection
User changes the Fixed Code
Prerequisite: The lock must be in OPEN position.
Prerequisite: The lock must be in OPEN position.
Note:
If you have already changed the default master code,
enter your valid master code here.
Note:
If you have already changed the default fixed code for the user,
enter your valid code here.
Example of a master code (default).
Example: default fixed code
9 0 8 0 7 0 5 5 5 5
1
Keys
C + E
The furniture lock
is in configuration
mode. (Continuous
green light)
1
2
Keys Display
3
The system waits for
the input of a new
numerical code. (Continuous yellow light)
C + E
Enter the new fixed code (example code)
E
1
Keys
2
Display
3
4
5 E
When the display
light goes off,
the new code is
activated.
GREEN LIGHT FLASHES 1X
Display
Free code selection
function was already
activated
Testing the function when the cabinet door is open:
CLOSE (example code)
YELLOW LIGHT FLASHES SEVERAL TIMES
Keys
Display
Free code selection
function is activated
1
2
Display
3
4
5 E
5 E
Furniture lock
closes.
OPEN (example code)
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Display
1
2
3
4
If the furniture lock reacts as expected, the process is completed.
The old code has been overwritten with the new one.
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Furniture lock
opens.
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Keys
After you have successfully switched to “Free code selection” you can operate the lock with any
random code. See Section: Operation with free code selection.
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Changing the emergency opening code
Changing the master code
Prerequisite: The lock must be in OPEN position, there must not be any battery warning.
Prerequisite: The lock must be in OPEN position, there must not be any battery warning.
Note:
If you have already changed the default master code,
enter your valid master code here.
Note:
If you have already changed the default master code,
enter your valid master code here.
Example of a master code (default).
Example of a master code (default).
4
E
C + E
Note:
If at this point you press C instead of entering
a code, emergency opening is deactivated.
9 0 8 0 7 0 5 5 5 5
The system waits for the
new emergency opening
code to be entered.
(Continuous yellow light)
5
Entering the new emergency opening code (example)
1
Keys 2
3
0
0 E
3
0
N
ow carefully enter the new master code 2x in succession (as described in the
following). When entering the code, make particularly sure that the display
acknowledges each key input.
6
Keys 12
0
1
9
7 E
Repeat this procedure
0 E
Repeated input of the new master code
When the display light
goes off, the emergency opening code has
been changed.
Note:
When the new code has been correctly entered twice, a green lamp lights up.
The new code is valid. In all other cases, a red flashing lamp appears, and you must repeat the
procedure with the old code.
Display
6
Keys Display
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Display
2
Entering the new master code (example)
Repeated input of the new emergency opening code
1
The furniture lock
is in configuration
mode. (Continuous
green light)
The system waits for
the new master code
to be entered. (Continuous red light)
Repeat this procedure
Keys E
N
ow carefully enter the new emergency opening code 2x in succession
(as described in the following). When entering the code, make particularly
sure that the display acknowledges each key input.
Display
C + E
0
1
9
7 E
When the display
light goes off, the
master code has
been changed.
Note:
When the new code has been correctly entered twice, a green lamp lights up.
The new code is valid. In all other cases, a red flashing lamp appears, and you must repeat the
procedure with the old code.
Please check the new master code immediately after you have entered it.
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9 0 8 0 7 0 5 5 5 5
The furniture lock
is in configuration
mode. (Continuous
green light)
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Automatic locking in fixed code mode
Automatic opening in free code selection mode
Prerequisite: The lock must be in OPEN position, there must not be any battery warning.
Prerequisite: The lock must be in OPEN position, there must not be any battery warning.
Note:
If you have already changed the default master code,
enter your valid master code here.
Note:
If you have already changed the default master code,
enter your valid master code here.
Example of a master code (default).
Example of a master code (default).
6
E
C + E
9 0 8 0 7 0 5 5 5 5
The system waits
for the selection
of a time span.
(Continuous red light)
Automatic locking is activated.
Select the time span after which the furniture lock is to close automatically.
Selection of the time spans
6
E
The furniture lock
is in configuration
mode. (Continuous
green light)
C + E
The system waits
for the selection
of a time span.
(Continuous red light)
Automatic opening is activated.
S
elect the time span after which the furniture lock is to open automatically.
Automatic locking
Selection of the time spans
Automatic opening
Keys
0 E
UU
Switched off
Keys
0 E
UU
Switched off
Keys
1 E
UU
after 10 seconds
Keys
1 E
UU
after 5 minutes
Keys
2 E
UU
after 30 seconds Keys
2 E
UU
after 15 minutes Keys
3 E
UU
after 1 minute
Keys
3 E
UU
after 30 minutes
Keys
4 E
UU
after 5 minutes
Keys
4 E
UU
after 1 hour
Keys
5 E
UU
after 15 minutes
Keys
5 E
UU
after 6 hours
Keys
6 E
UU
after 1 hour
Keys
6 E
UU
after 12 hours
Keys
7 E
UU
after 6 hours Keys
7 E
UU
after 24 hours
Keys
8 E
UU
after 12 hours Keys
8 E
UU
after 48 hours
Keys
9 E
UU
after 24 hours
Keys
9 E
UU
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9 0 8 0 7 0 5 5 5 5
The furniture lock
is in configuration
mode. (Continuous
green light)
EMERGENCY FUNCTIONS
Using the emergency opening function in fixed code mode
Note:
If you have already changed the default emergency opening code, enter your valid emergency
opening code here.
Example: Default emergency opening code
1
0
Keys Display
1
0
5 E
Furniture lock
opens.
The display on the keypad shows a red flashing light
until a Master RESET has been carried out.
. Further operation of the lock is not possible
Using the emergency opening function in free code mode
Example: Default emergency opening code
1
0
Keys Display
1
0
5 E
The display on the keypad briefly flashes in green
Furniture lock
opens.
. The lock can immediately be used normally again.
Master RESET
Prerequisite: The lock must be in OPEN position.
Example of a master code (default).
9 0 8 0 7 0 5 5 5 5
C + E
The furniture lock
is in configuration
mode. (Continuous
green light)
0
When the display light
goes off, the Master
RESET has been
carried out.
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LEHMANN Vertriebsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG
www.lehmann-locks.com
Postfach / P.O.B 2620
D - 32383 Minden
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Telefon +49 (0) 571/505 99 - 0
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WARNUNG!
When a Master RESET is carried out, all stored personal codes and settings are deleted and
the condition as delivered is restored.
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