lc series - Atelier Boonen

lc series - Atelier Boonen
LC SERIES
MODELS LCLX, LCMX,
TLCL, TLCM
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
The following instructions cover lock operations for LC Series locks. The lock models are
battery powered (PowerSaverTM technology). See back page for Battery Replacement
instructions.
SUPER MASTER CONTROL
The Super Master Combination is a six-digit combination used to reset the lock to the
factory default combination (50 25 50) in the event the user combination(s) are lost. See
the Super Master Operations sheet (P/N 3023.083).
LOCK MODES
A maximum of two users can exist in a lock. A lock can operate in either Single Mode or
Dual Custody Mode.
• Single Mode
b
Single Mode defaults to having only a Manager User (User 1) in the lock. A second
user (User 2) can then be added by the Manager User (User 1). (See section on
Manager User Operations.)
In Single Mode only one valid user combination is required to open the lock - the Manager
User (User 1) combination or the User 2 combination.
Note: Default lock status from the factory is Single Mode with an opening
combination of “50 25 50” for the Manager User (User 1).
• Dual Custody Mode
bb
Dual Custody Mode defaults to two users in the lock - User 1 and User 2.
Both user combinations are required to open the lock - the User 1 combination and the
User 2 combination.
Note: Manager User Operations are not available in Dual Custody Mode.
LOCK OPERATION & RESPONSES
• Each keystroke generates a green flash
G
with a beep
U.
.
• To cancel entry, press
• The completion of a step within an operation is indicated by a green flash
G
U
with a beep
.
• The completion of an operation is indicated by a green/red flash with a beep.
G
U
R
• An error is indicated by three red flashes with beeps.
R
U
R
U
U
R
• A low battery is indicated by continuous alternating green and red flashes with
beeps (
G
U
U
R
U
G
R
U
... ) after a lock opening.
(See section on Battery Replacement.)
• Bolt end pressure is indicated by a maximum of twelve red flashes
followed by a green/red flash with a beep
G
R
R
U after a correct opening
combination has been entered. If the bolt end pressure is relieved before all
twelve red flashes are displayed, the red flashes will terminate and a green
flash with a beep
U will occur indicating that the lock can now be
G
opened.
• If an attempt is made to initiate an operation that begins with a
on a
Model TLC lock during Time Delay, you will get an error indicator of three red
flashes with beeps
R
U
R
U
R
U
after the first two keystrokes
of the operation.
OPEN/CLOSE THE CONTAINER
1.
• For Single Mode
b
(Factory combination is “50 25 50”.)
Enter Manager User (User 1) or User 2 combination.
• For Dual Custody Mode
bb
Enter User 1 or User 2 combination.
Enter the second combination.
G
G
G
U
U
U
Wrong Try Penalty: 5 wrong tries = 3 min. lockout
Each additional wrong try = 3 min. lockout
Red flashes with beeps
U will occur during the lockout.
R
2.
Immediately rotate the container handle to retract bolt works before a green/
red flash with beep
G
R
U occurs (4 second opening window). Open the
container door. To close and lock the container, close the door and rotate the
container handle back to locked position.
CHANGE COMBINATION
WARNING: Super Master Control will be permanently lost if you do not change
the default Super Master Combination prior to changing any User combinations.
See Super Master Operations sheet (P/N 3023.083).
Caution: Before changing combination, open the container door to allow testing
with the new combination. Record new combination and store it in a secure
place.
1. • For User 1 (Manager User in Single Mode)
Press
. Press
.
G
U
• For User 2
Press
. Press
. Press
.
G
U
• For Courier (Only available on the Model TLC lock.)
Press
. Press
. Press
. Press
.
G
U
2.
Enter current combination. (Factory combination is “50 25 50”.)
3.
Enter new six-digit combination.
4.
5.
Enter new combination again for verification. G R
Open the lock with the new combination before closing container.
U
G
G
U
U
CHANGE LOCK MODE (SINGLE / DUAL CUSTODY)
Note: Changing the lock mode will reset the combination(s) to “50 25 50”. If a
courier exists in the lock, it will be deleted when the mode is changed. For a
Model TLC lock, no change will be made to the Time Delay values.
. Press
.
U
1.
Press
2.
• If changing from Single to Dual Custody Mode
G
Enter Manager User (User 1) combination.
G
R
• If changing from Dual Custody to Single Mode
Enter User 1 or User 2 combination.
Enter the second combination.
G
G
R
U
U
U
SET DELAY TIME AND OPENING WINDOW*
* This feature is only available on the Model TLC lock.
1.
Press
2.
• For Single Mode
. Press
.
b
G
U
(Factory combination is “50 25 50”.)
Enter Manager User (User 1) combination.
• For Dual Custody Mode
bb
Enter User 1 or User 2 combination.
Enter the second combination.
3.
G
U
U
G
U
Enter number of minutes (01-99) you want to delay lock opening or “00” to disable
time delay.
4.
G
G
U
Enter delay time again for verification.
U
G
If not “00”, proceed to step 5.
U
5.
Enter number of minutes (01-20) for the delayed opening window.
6.
Enter number of minutes for the delayed opening window again for verification.
G
G
R
Note: A change in delayed opening will not take effect until after the next
opening of the lock.
OPENING THE LOCK WITH TIME DELAY*
* This feature is only available on the Model TLC lock.
If operating a Model TLC lock with a Delay Time set to something other than 0, red
flashes
R
will display every 4 seconds after a combination has been entered and will
continue during the time delay.
Green flashes
G
display with beeps U to indicate the opening window is active
and will continue during the opening window.
Enter the combination(s) to open the lock before the opening window expires.
If a combination other than a valid Courier combination is entered during the time delay,
you will get an error indicator of three red flashes with beeps.
R
U
R
U
R
U
COURIER OVERRIDE OF TIME DELAY*
* This feature is only available on the Model TLC lock.
If you wish to override time delay on a Model TLC lock with a Delay Time set to something
other than 0, the Courier combination can be entered during the time delay window once
another user has initiated the time delay. If the Courier combination is entered successfully, green flashes
G
will display with beeps U to indicate the opening window is
active and will continue during the opening window.
Enter the combination(s) to open the lock before the opening window expires.
If the combination entered is not a valid Courier combination, you will get an error
indicator of three red flashes with beeps.
R
U
R
U
R
U
Manager User Operations
These operations are only available in Single Mode and can only be performed by the
Manager User (User 1). All Manager User Operations involve management of User 2 and
the Courier (TLC only).
User 2 can have a lock access status of “Enabled” or “Disabled”. If “Enabled”, User 2
can open the lock. When User 2 is added to the lock, the default lock access status is
“Enabled”. The Manager User (User 1) has the authority to change the lock access
status for User 2. If “Disabled”, User 2 will not have the ability to open the lock.
ADD USER 2
U
1.
Press
2.
Enter Manager User (User 1) combination.
. Press
.
G
G
R
U
Note: User 2 is added to the lock as “Enabled” with a factory combination of “50 25 50”.
User 2 can change the User 2 combination while Enabled, but only the Manager User
(User 1) can change the lock access status.
DELETE USER 2
U
1.
Press
2.
Enter Manager User (User 1) combination.
. Press
.
G
G
R
U
G
R
U
ENABLE USER 2
U
1.
Press
2.
Enter Manager User (User 1) combination.
. Press
.
G
Note: If you try to enable User 2 when already enabled, you will get an error indication.
DISABLE USER 2
U
1.
Press
2.
Enter Manager User (User 1) combination.
. Press
.
G
G
R
U
Note: If you try to disable User 2 when already disabled, you will get an error indication.
ADD COURIER*
* This feature is only available on the Model TLC lock.
. Press
. Press
.
U
1.
Press
2.
Enter Manager User (User 1) combination.
G
G
R
U
Note: The Courier is added to the lock with a factory combination of “50 25 50”. The
combination must be changed before the Courier is enabled to overrideTime Delay.
DELETE COURIER*
* This feature is only available on the Model TLC lock.
. Press
. Press
.
U
1.
Press
2.
Enter Manager User (User 1) combination.
G
G
R
U
Battery Replacement
Read all instructions before attempting to replace the battery in an LC Series
lock. The battery is located in the keypad assembly.
REPLACE LC BATTERY
Figure 1
To replace the battery, you must
first remove the keypad assembly.
For Lexan lock:
Insert Blade of
Screwdriver
Under Keypad
Housing
Figure 2
Insert the blade of a flat head
screwdriver under the keypad
housing at a point about 15
degrees to the right of 6 o’clock
on the face of the keypad
(below the Enter key). (See
Figure 1.) There is a small
indentation on the back edge of
the keypad housing that will
allow the screwdriver to easily
be inserted at this point. Pry the
keypad assembly from the face
of the safe being careful not to
damage the cable connection
from the safe to the keypad
assembly. (See Figure 2.)
Battery
Cable
Connection
For Metal lock:
Press the keypad release
button found on the bottom of
the keypad housing.
Battery Clip
Remove the old battery and
replace with a new 9-Volt
battery. (See Figure 2.) Reattach
the keypad being careful not to
pinch the battery cable
between the keypad housing
and the mounting bracket.
Test the operation of the lock before closing the container. If the combination is
entered successfully, one green flash displays to indicate the lock is ready to
open. Rotate the container handle to retract the bolt. If the test is successful, the
lock and container are now ready for use.
If the lock does not operate successfully, remove the keypad once again to
check the cable and battery connections.
NOTES
Document Number 3032.034
Rev. A - 03/04
Kaba Mas Corporation
749 W. Short Street, Lexington, KY 40508 USA
Phone: (859) 253-4744 FAX: (859) 255-2655
Customer Service: (800) 950-4744
www.kaba-mas.com
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