Installation And Programming Instructions For Profile

Installation And Programming Instructions For Profile
Installation And Programming Instructions
For Profile Series With RF Technology
A7691A
www.sargentlock.com
Table of Contents
Page
1 General Description
2 Installation of RF Technology Lock .......................1
3 How to Enter Preamble and RF User Codes .............2
4 Keypad Programming .......................................3
5 Additional Keypad Programming ..........................4
6 Appendix ......................................................5
7 Supplemental RF Technology Door Log Sheet ..........6
1 General Description
The RF Technology lock (TU & TP Prefixes) operates similar to other Profile Series locks with the added option of
remote wireless actuation. These Users are specified through the application software (SofLink Plus™) or
keypad programming of the lock. To activate the RF Technology lock remotely requires the use of a hand held
RF transmitter called an RF Fob.
To use an RF Fob for remote activation of the lock, the RF receiver must be configured with a 3-digit (100-999)
preamble code. This (user selectable) preamble code ensures that an RF Fob from another facility cannot
actuate the RF lock.
Note: The preamble code can only be entered directly into the RF receiver via the keypad.
A RF Technology lock is shipped with the default preamble code of 649 from the factory. It is strongly
recommended that the default preamble code be changed in the field.
For additional default settings, see the Supplemental RF Technology Door Log Sheet, table 1, page 6.
After the RF receiver is configured with the selected preamble code, the controller board must be programmed
with the complete RF User Code. The RF User Code is 6-digits and can be entered through the application
software (SofLink Plus) or the keypad. The first 3-digits of the RF User Code are the preamble code, while the
second 3-digits are the RF Fob code. The RF Fob code is marked on the printed label of the RF Fob.
Panic user codes can only be entered into the lock via the keypad and must be re-entered after any
SofLink Plus download. They cannot be entered using SofLink Plus application software.
For installation assistance, contact SARGENT at 800-810-WIRE (9473)
2 Installation of the RF Technology Lock
Refer to the appropriate Profile Series Instruction Manual and templates for the door prep and installation
of the RF Technology Lock with exception of the following:
• Installation of the top thru-bolt screw
• Removal process for the battery keeper
A. Installation of the top thru-bolt screw:
The antenna board must be carefully moved to access the upper thru-bolt screw. Care should be taken
to prevent damage to the antenna retaining tabs during this process.
Press the two tabs away from the antenna board and lift the board off the mounting posts. Insert the flat head
thru-bolt and secure the escutcheon in place. After tightening the top thru-bolt, replace the antenna board by
placing it on the mounting posts and pressing into the retaining tabs.
Flathead thru-bolt
Mounting
Posts
Antenna
Board
Retaining
Tabs
Controller
Assembly
Replacement Parts Description
RF Technology Component
Part Number
RF Keypad Assembly
RF Controller Assembly (TU)
RF Controller Assembly (TP)
52-2546
52-2527
52-2534
B. Removal procedure for the Battery Keeper:
To remove the battery keeper, a flat bladed screwdriver or similar tool must be used.
Insert the screwdriver into the slot at the top of the battery keeper, lift up and pull the top of the keeper
away from the batteries.
To install, insert the tabs on the bottom of the keeper into the battery compartment slots and press the
keeper tightly against batteries.
Tip out
Battery
Keeper
Insert screwdriver
tip and lift up
Keeper tabs
For installation assistance, contact SARGENT at 800-810-WIRE (9473)
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3 How to Enter Preamble & RF User Codes
A. ENTERING PREAMBLE CODE
To enter the 3-digit Preamble Code into the RF receiver and the RF User Code into the controller board, use the
following steps:
Step 1:
Select a 3-digit preamble code. In this example the preamble code will be 758.
Step 2:
Press (for up to 3 seconds) the # sign on the keypad until you hear 3 beeps and the yellow LED
double blinks continually. (The RF receiver is now in program mode).
Step 3:
Enter 6798#
Default RF Program Code
Step 4:
Enter 975#
Command Number for entering preamble code
Step 5:
Enter 758#
New preamble code
Step 6:
Enter 758#
Repeat preamble code. Yellow LED stops blinking
Step 7:
Enter
#
Exit RF receiver program mode. 5 beeps
B. ENTERING RF USER CODES
The RF receiver now contains the preamble code of 758. The controller board may now need to be programmed
with any of the Profile Series User types. Some of the common User types are listed as follows:
Passage:
An RF Fob assigned as this type of “User” will remotely toggle (lock and unlock) the lock.
Standard:
An RF Fob assigned as this type of “User” will remotely unlock the lock for a defined period of
time (1-99 seconds). After which, the lock will relock itself.
Panic:
An RF Fob assigned as this type of “User” will remotely lock the outside handle of the lock.
A “Master” or “Emergency” level code entered at the keypad is required to remove the lock from
this condition.
Note: Panic user codes can only be entered into the lock via the keypad. They cannot be entered using
SofLink Plus application software. Panic user codes and any keypad entered user code will be erased by a
SofLink Plus download and must be re-entered via the keypad.
Continuing the example, the RF Fob number is 345, making the complete RF User Code: 758345
RF User Code = Preamble Code + RF Fob Code
To program (via the keypad only) the RF Technology lock as a Panic User, the following keypad entries are made:
Step
Step
Step
Step
Step
Step
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
99#1234*
50#9#
User Number (04-500)#
758345*
758345*
*
Controller program mode
Panic User number
User number
RF User Code
RF User Code
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
flashes
flashes
flashes
flashes quickly
flashes slowly
goes out
Pressing (up to 3 seconds) RF Fob #345 will now remotely actuate the lock placing it into the Panic mode. A Red
LED on the inside escutcheon will flash rapidly indicating communication between the RF Fob and the lock.
Following actuation, the LED will flash once per second for 1-99 seconds (Default = 10 Sec).
Advisory 1: There is a time delay period between initially pressing the RF Fob button and the actuation of
the lock. In some cases the RF Fob will have to be pressed (and held for 3 seconds) multiple times to
successfully actuate the lock.
Advisory 2: In the event that there are co-located RF Technology locks using different RF Fobs that are
pressed simultaneously, the locks may not actuate due to cross interference between the locks and the
RF Fobs. The User should repeatedly press (and hold for 3 seconds) the RF Fob button until actuation of
the lock occurs.
Note: When programming the controller board with SofLink Plus software specify the User Type and enter
the 6-digit RF User Code in the Code section of the User Data screen, then download information to the
lock. Panic user codes can only be entered into the lock via the keypad and must be re-entered after any
SofLink Plus download. They cannot be entered using SofLink Plus application software.
2
For installation assistance, contact SARGENT at 800-810-WIRE (9473)
4 Keypad Programming
To Change the RF Program Code:
Press (up to 3 seconds) the # sign on the keypad until you hear 3 beeps and the yellow LED blinks continually.
(RF Receiver is now in program mode)
Note: The factory default RF Program Code is 6798. It is recommended that this code be changed in the field.
RF Program Code#
901#
New Program Code (1-6 digit)#
New Program Code (1-6 digit)#
#
Yellow LED double blinks
Yellow LED double blinks
Yellow LED double blinks
Yellow LED double blinks
5 Beeps & Yellow LED goes out
To Change the 3 digit (100-999) Preamble Code:
Press (up to 3 seconds) the # sign on the keypad until you hear 3 beeps and the yellow LED blinks continually.
(RF Receiver is now in program mode)
Note: The RF Technology lock is provided with a factory default preamble code of 649. It is recommended that
this default preamble code be changed in the field.
RF Program Code #
975 #
(New 3 digit preamble code)
(New 3 digit preamble code)
#
#
#
Yellow LED double blinks
Yellow LED double blinks
Yellow LED double blinks
3 Beeps & Yellow LED double blinks
5 Beeps & Yellow LED goes out
To Program a Panic User :
99#1234*
50#9#
User Number (04-500)#
RF User Code*
RF User Code*
*
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
blinks
blinks
blinks
blinks faster
blinks slower
goes out
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
blinks
blinks
blinks
blinks faster
blinks slower
goes out
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
blinks
blinks
blinks
blinks faster
blinks slower
goes out
To Program a Standard User :
99#1234*
50#1#
User Number (04-500)#
RF User Code*
RF User Code*
*
To Program a Passage User :
99#1234*
50#0#
User Number (04-500)#
RF User Code*
RF User Code*
*
Note: When programming the controller board with SofLink Plus software specify the User Type and enter
the 6-digit RF User Code in the Code section of the User Data screen; then download information to the
lock. Panic user codes can only be entered into the lock via the keypad and must be re-entered after any
SofLink Plus download. They cannot be entered using SofLink Plus application software.
For installation assistance, contact SARGENT at 800-810-WIRE (9473)
3
5 Additional Keypad Programming
To Disable the RF Receiver:
Depress (up to 3 seconds) the # sign on the keypad until you hear 3 beeps and the yellow LED blinks
continually. RF Receiver is now in program mode.
RF Program Code#
Yellow LED double blinks
Yellow LED double blinks
903#
00000#
Yellow LED double blinks
3 Beeps & Yellow LED double blinks
00000#
#
5 Beeps & Yellow LED goes out
Note: When the RF Receiver has been disabled and an RF signal is detected from
an RF FOB, the lock will beep 5 times (rapidly) to indicate that it is in disabled mode.
To Enable the RF Receiver:
Depress (up to 3 seconds) the # sign on the keypad until you hear 3 beeps and the yellow LED blinks
continually. RF Receiver is now in program mode.
RF Program Code#
Yellow LED double blinks
913#
Yellow LED double blinks
00000#
Yellow LED double blinks
00000#
3 Beeps & Yellow LED double blinks
#
5 Beeps & Yellow LED goes out
To Change the Red LED Actuation Indicator Duration:
Press (up to 3 seconds) the # sign on the keypad until you hear 3 beeps and the yellow LED blinks continually.
RF Receiver is now in program mode.
Note: The Red LED (located on the inside escutcheon) default duration is 10 seconds.
RF Program Code#
971#
Duration (1-99 Seconds)#
Duration (1-99 Seconds)#
Yellow LED double blinks
Yellow LED double blinks
Yellow LED double blinks
3 Beeps & Yellow LED blinks
#
5 Beeps & Yellow LED goes out
To Delete an RF Technology User:
99#Master Code*
50#1#User Number (04-500)#
*
*
*
4
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
blinks
blinks
blinks quickly
blinks slowly
goes out
For installation assistance, contact SARGENT at 800-810-WIRE (9473)
6 Appendix
RF Technology Lock Notes:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Low battery indication via 6 beeps after a valid RF Fob is depressed
Passage mode indication via 6 beeps upon unlocking
Passage mode unlocked condition has precedence over other users
Panic indication via 1 long beep followed by 5 short beeps
Panic mode reset by entering Master or Emergency code (at keypad only)
Disabled RF Receiver provides 5 beeps after valid RF Fob is depressed
If lock does not actuate after 3 seconds depress RF Fob again
Glossary of Terms
RF Technology:
RF Receiver:
RF Program Code:
Preamble Code:
Controller Board:
RF Fob Code:
RF User Code:
Command Number:
User Types:
Panic User:
Passage User:
Standard User:
A Profile Series option to remotely actuate a lock using a wireless hand held transmitter
referred to as the RF Fob.
A circuit board (located under battery cover) that recognizes the signal emitted from
an RF Fob.
The equivalent of a master code for the RF Receiver. The RF Program code is
necessary to make program changes such as the preamble code and the red LED
indicator light time duration.
A 3-digit number (field selectable) required for enhancing the security of the RF Technology
lock. This code must be entered through the keypad. The preamble code represents
the first 3-digits of the RF User Code.
The circuit board located behind the battery compartment in the inside escutcheon. The
RF User Codes are programmed and stored in this board with the keypad or
SofLink Plus™ software.
A 3-digit number that is labeled on the RF Fob representing the last 3 digits of the RF
User Code.
A 6-digit number that operates the RF Technology lock.
RF User Code = Preamble Code + RF Fob Code
A 3-digit number that the RF Receiver recognizes to perform specific programming
functions. For example, the command number to program the preamble code into the
receiver is 975.
The RF Technology lock can be programmed to remotely actuate in different ways.
These are referred to as User Types: Panic, Passage and Standard.
An RF Fob specified as this type of User will remotely lock the outside lever. Must be
programmed via the keypad and re-enter after any SofLink Plus user download.
A Master or Emergency level User code is required to remove the lock from
this condition.
An RF Fob configured as this type of User will remotely toggle (lock and unlock) the lock.
An RF Fob configured as this type of User will remotely unlock the lock for a defined
period of time (1-99 seconds). After which the lock will relock itself.
For installation assistance, contact SARGENT at 800-810-WIRE (9473)
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7 Supplemental - RF Technology Door Log Sheet
Lock Model:
__________________
Door Name:
__________________
Location:
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Table 1: RF Technology Receiver Log
Function
Default
RF Program Code
6798
RF Receiver Status
Enabled
Preamble Code
649
Red LED Indicator
10 Seconds
User Selected
Table 2: RF Technology User Log
User Name
6
User Type
User Number
RF Fob Code
Notes
For installation assistance, contact SARGENT at 800-810-WIRE (9473)
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