Westinghouse RTS Series Lock - Z
Westinghouse RTS Series Lock
Installation and Operational Manual
Overview
The RTS Series delivers uncompromising commercial-grade quality. This lock is a true
workhorse, tested to over 2 million duty cycles. The RTS has a 3-hour UL fire-rated
latch and a free-wheeling clutch. The outdoor portion is weather resistant. When used
with the MS1 Management System (sold separately) you can configure all of your locks
and manage all user information from a central system administrator’s position.
The RTS provides you with the versatility to manage access control using both
fingerprint recognition and PIN codes. The MS1 access control and audit trail features
track exactly who has been in your facility and when.
Please read all documentation carefully before installation & use. This manual details all
installation procedures.
Manufacturer and/or Distributors of the RTS will not be responsible for any damages
caused by incorrect installation or mishandling of the lock. Any such damages will void
manufacturer’s warranty. Further information on the warranty terms and conditions can
be found in Appendix A to this manual.
Important: The RTS outside (front) unit has been designed for weather exposure.
Exposure of the inside (back) unit to the elements will void manufacturer warranty. See
Appendix A to this manual for further information under “Warranty Terms and
Conditions”
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Features
 Up to 1,000 finger print and/or PIN enrollments
 Backlit PIN keypad for easy use at night
 Rugged Zamak 5 cast enclosure with Satin Chrome finish
 5 second access time before door re-locks
 Heavy Duty components rated to over 2 million cycles
 UL-Listed, ANSI Grade 2 tubular latch with 3-hour UL fire-rating
 Backset (2 3/8″ or 2 3/4t
 Commercial grade 6-pin rim cylinder (removable) with SC4 keyway (3 keys included)
 Free-wheeling clutch design
 IP56 tested ensures resistance to humidity, dust, and rain
 Rated for -40°F to 150°F
 ADA compliant handle is non-handed for right or left hand installation
 Timed Unlock Mode Support (“TUMS”) opens and closes lock on pre-defined
schedule
 Battery life provides minimum 1,800 openings1
 Low battery alert
 Non-volatile memory not lost when batteries removed or replaced
 RS485 compatible for serial communication
 Normally open contacts to activate relays
 2 programing modes
- At the lock using the LCD and keypad
- Via the MS1 Management System
 Easy to Delete Individual users
 Access Control features:
- Open Mode
- Timed Lock Access
- Timed User Access
- Import Records
- Export Records
 2 Year Limited Warranty
Specifications
Fingerprint sensor - CMOS Optical, 4rd Generation high resolution, backlit, coated
Verification Type
1 to N (PIN or fingerprint only)
1 to 1 (User ID + FP or PIN)
Scanning Time < 1 second
Recognition Time < 1 second/user
False Accept Rate (FAR) < .001%
False Reject Rate (FRR) < .01%
Dimensions: 1.5" D x 3" W x 9.5" L
Weight: 9 Lbs.
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May vary based on actual conditions
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Door Thickness: 1 1/2" to 2" compatible with most standard wood, metal or fiber glass
doors: not for use on doors that use exotic woods or glass doors
MS1 Management System
This Manual describes how to program the RTS Series manually at each lock. To take
full advantage of the RTS features you must use the MS1 Management System for
programming. This software enables you to program one or more locks from a PC. The
MS1 is sold separately and has a separate installation manual. Contact your distributor
for more pricing and availability. You can also go to www.westinghousesecurity.com for
more information about the MS1.
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Contents
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Section 1: Tools/Parts................................................................................................... 6
Section 2: Pre-installation ............................................................................................ 7
2.1 Mark and bore holes on the door.......................................................................................... 7
2.2 Setting/Installing the latch and strike plate ..........................................................................10
2.3 Removing handles and re-installing for Right/Left handed configuration .............................11
Section 3: Installation ................................................................................................. 12
3.1 Installing the Outside Unit ...................................................................................................12
3.2 Installing the Fixing Plate ....................................................................................................14
3.3 Removing Battery Cover .....................................................................................................15
3.4 Installing the Inside Unit ......................................................................................................15
3.5 Installing the Antenna (for the RTS-Z and RTS-PZ) ............................................................17
Section 4: Power Options ........................................................................................... 18
4.1 Installing the Batteries .........................................................................................................18
Section 5: Hard Reset ................................................................................................. 19
Section 6: Unlocking (RTS and RTS-Z only) ............................................................. 20
6.1 1: N Mode (Enrolled user with an enrolled fingerprint) .........................................................20
6.2 1:N Mode (User with a registered PIN Code) ......................................................................21
6.3 1:1 Mode with an enrolled fingerprint...................................................................................21
6.4 1:1 Mode with a registered PIN Code ..................................................................................22
6.5 With the override keys .........................................................................................................23
Section 7: Lock Programming Instructions .............................................................. 24
7.1 Menu Buttons ......................................................................................................................25
7.2 Date/Time ...........................................................................................................................26
7.3 Sensitivity (RTS & RTS-Z)...................................................................................................30
7.4 Match Mode ........................................................................................................................31
7.5 Lock ID................................................................................................................................33
7.6 Clear FP&PIN .....................................................................................................................34
7.7 Access Time .......................................................................................................................35
7.7.1 Invalid ..............................................................................................................................36
7.7.2 Anytime ............................................................................................................................38
7.7.3 Acc-Time: .........................................................................................................................38
7.8 Weekday .............................................................................................................................42
7.9 Timed TUM .........................................................................................................................43
7.9.1 Timed TUM - Setup Menu ................................................................................................44
7.9.2 Cancel TUM .....................................................................................................................44
7.9.3 Setup Days ......................................................................................................................45
7.9.4 View TUM Settings...........................................................................................................48
7.9.5 Setup Holidays .................................................................................................................49
7.9.6 Update via USB................................................................................................................55
Section 8: Authorization Management ..................................................................... 56
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8.1 Enrolling Fingerprints (RTS and RTS-Z)..............................................................................58
8.2. Add or modify a User PIN...................................................................................................62
8.3 Deleting Fingerprints and PINs............................................................................................63
8.4 Access Time .......................................................................................................................65
8.4.1 Example – Access Time for a specific User ID .................................................................66
Section 9: Z-Wave functionality (RTS-Z & RTS-PZ) .................................................. 71
9.1. Alarm/Notification functionality ...........................................................................................71
9.2. Compatibility ......................................................................................................................71
9.3. Association Group ..............................................................................................................71
9.4. Controller Compatibility ......................................................................................................71
Section 10: External Applications.............................................................................. 72
10.1. Auxiliary Power Connection .............................................................................................72
10.2. Normally Open (N.O.) Relay Contacts ..............................................................................73
10.3. RS485 Serial Interface .....................................................................................................73
Section 11: Support Information ................................................................................ 74
Limited Warranty ......................................................................................................... 74
Appendix A – User Enrollment Table ........................................................................ 76
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Section 1: Tools/Parts
Required tools/Items:
 One Electric or battery operated Drill
 One 3/8” Diameter Drill Bit
 A pair of scissors or utility knife
 One Phillips head screwdriver
 Hacksaw or handheld bolt cutters
 Tape measure
 One long, thin shafted Phillips Head Screwdriver
 “Fish Tape” for routing LAN cable through door
 4 AA Batteries
Please familiarize yourself with all the parts in the RTS package. If any parts are
missing or damaged, contact your distributor immediately.
Outdoor unit
Indoor Unit
2x handles
A
C
D
E
(RTS- Z and PZ)
B
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Template
Rubber Gaskets
3 Keys
Section 2: Pre-installation
2.1 Mark and bore holes on the door
1) Remove existing handle set.
2) Line up the installation template to the existing hole on the door. Ensure that the
template is square by observing the vertical dotted line which should line up with the
edge of the door. Decide which holes pattern to use (A or B). Mark either the “A” or “B”
holes on the template with a permanent marker. *For this example, the “B” holes were
used.
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3/8” holes
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3) Now that you have the hole pattern marked on the template, use a utility knife to cut
through the template so that you can mark the hole pattern onto the door.
4) Move the template back to the door. Align it again and then mark the holes onto the
door.
5) The door should look similar to the picture below after the holes are drilled.
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2.2 Setting/Installing the latch and strike plate
1) Remove Bag “A” from the Box. The latch that is included is adjustable for doors that
have 2 3/8” or 2 3/4” backsets. Adjust the backset by sliding the spindle hole under the
correct setting for your door.
2) Insert the latch into the hole in the edge of the door and screw it into place, making
sure that the center of the latch’s spindle hole is in the center of the drilled 2 1/8” hole.
3) Screw the included strike plate into the doorjamb.
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2.3 Removing handles and re-installing for Right/Left handed configuration
1) Remove Bag “B” from the Box. The RTS is a non-handed lock, meaning that it can
be installed on either a right handed or left handed door. Use the following steps to
install the handles:
2) Insert outside unit’s handle onto the
front of the lock based on your right/left
handed configuration.
3) Turn the outside unit over, insert the
handle screw into the spindle hole.
4) Tighten the handle screw using a
Phillips screwdriver.
5) Repeat the above steps for the inside
section of the lock.
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Section 3: Installation
3.1 Installing the Outside Unit
1) Attach the rubber gasket to the back of
the outdoor unit. Repeat this step for
inside unit.
2) Turn the outside unit over. Be sure that
the spindle hole is perfectly square and
not angled. Note: The black line on the
hole must match the black line on the
plate at the 12 o’clock position.
Good Alignment
Misalignment
Misalignment
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Note: The pictures in the following steps were made using a clear display stand to show
the lock connections more clearly.
3) Close-up view of latch.
4) Feed the wire set from the outside
section of the lock underneath the latch.
5) Align the two middle fixing posts with the
two corresponding holes in the latch.
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Rear view of the inside section of
the lock and latch.
3.2 Installing the Fixing Plate
Overview:
The purpose of the fixing plate is to securely fasten the outside unit onto the door and
make installation of the inside section of the lock easier (requiring only one person).
Remove Bag “C” from the box.
1) Place the fixing plate over the 2
1/8” hole on the inside of the door.
2) Align the center hole of the
fixing plate with the spindle hole of
the latch.
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3) Screw the fixing plate onto the
door with the provided 1 1/2”
screws.
DO NOT over tighten the screws.
Be sure that the rounded half
circle is facing down and the
indented screw holes are facing
outward.
3.3 Removing Battery Cover
1) Remove the battery cover of
the inside unit by removing the
screw shown. This will make
installing the inside unit an easier
process.
3.4 Installing the Inside Unit
Remove Bag “D” from the box.
1) Insert the Spindle though the
fixing plate and into the inside
section of the lock’s spindle hole.
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2) Place the rubber gasket onto
the inside section of the lock.
3) Insert the spindle spring into
the lock handle hole.
Note: Very Important
Note: There are 7 wires for direct
power, normally open, and RS485
devices. See Section 9 for
specifics. These can be removed
if they are not used or placed
inside the door for future use.
4) Feed the cable from the inside
lock through the opening in the
bottom side of the fixing plate.
5) Plug the cable into the lock.
Note: Be sure that the connector is
fully seated. Connect or hardwire
the other wires where applicable.
(See Section 9)
6) Push the excess cable and
wires into the hole under the fixing
plate.
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7) Affix lock to the door with the
three screws from bag “D”.
The longer screw is for the top
fixing post. The two shorter
screws are for the bottom fixing
posts.
8) Place inside unit onto door.
Note: Be sure the spring does not
fall out when unit is placed onto
the spindle.
9) Outside unit should be
completely flush on the face of
the door.
3.5 Installing the Antenna (for the RTS-Z and RTS-PZ)
1) Take the antenna out of bag
“E” and remove red plastic
cover. Then screw the antenna
on the bottom of the inside unit.
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Section 4: Power Options
Overview:
The RTS is powered via four double AA (not included)
4.1 Installing the Batteries
1) Remove battery cover
4) Reinstall the lock
cover.
2) Insert the 4 AA batteries.
5) Press M on the inner keypad of your RTS
to initialize the lock and display the current
battery voltage.
Note: When power is applied to the lock, it will beep twice to indicate that it is
ready to be programmed.
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Section 5: Hard Reset (Device Reset)
Overview:
The Hard Reset option allows administrators to restore the lock’s settings to a factory
default state. All settings will be defaulted except for Time/Date.
1) Scroll to 5 “Hard Reset”. Press M.
2) “Reset to factory defaults?” will
display on the LCD.
Press M to reset.
Press E to exit without resetting.
“Initializing” is shown while the
lock is being reset.
“Initializing Done!” is shown when the
reset is complete.
Note: When a Hard Reset is completed, the zwave node id is initialized to 0 and the
device can’t be controlled by zwave. In order to control the device again, the controller
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needs to include the device on zwave network. Please use this procedure only when the
network primary controller is missing or otherwise inoperable. (RTS-Z and RTS-PZ only)
Section 6: Unlocking (RTS and RTS-Z only)
Overview:
This section will outline how to unlock the door using the FP scanner and/or PIN codes.
SECURITY WARNING: With no fingerprints enrolled for Users 1, 2, or 3, the RTS will
unlock when the # button is pressed on the keypad.
6.1 1: N Mode (Enrolled user with an enrolled fingerprint)
1) Press the “#” key.
2) A single short beep will be heard
and the fingerprint sensor will flash
once.
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3) After the fingerprint sensor
illuminates, place a finger on the
sensor window.
4) If fingerprint verification is
successful two short beeps will be
heard, the green LED will flash and
the RTS will unlock. It will remain
unlocked for approximately four
seconds.
6.2 1:N Mode (User with a registered PIN Code)
1) Enter the PIN Code on the keypad of the outside unit and press **.
2) If PIN Code verification was successful, two short beeps will be heard, the RTS will
unlock and remain unlocked for approximately four seconds.
If verification of the registered PIN Code was not successful, three short beeps will be
heard and the RTS will power off.
If a second attempt with a PIN code fails, verify that the PIN Code has been registered
and confirm that the matching mode is set to 1:N.
If one single beep is heard after the PIN code was successfully entered, this indicates
one of the following:
 User ID is outside of Timed Access settings
 User ID is set to Invalid
 LOCK is set to Invalid
6.3 1:1 Mode with an enrolled fingerprint
1) Enter the User ID on the key-pad
of the outside unit. Then press the #
button. The sensor will illuminate.
Example: User 50 would press
“50#”.
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2) After the fingerprint sensor
illuminates, rest the enrolled finger
on the sensor window to verify.
3) If fingerprint verification is
successful, a single short beep will
be heard, the green LED will flash
and the RTS will unlock. It will
remain unlocked for approximately
four seconds.
If verification of the enrolled fingerprint is not successful, no beeps will be heard. If this
happens, re-position the finger on the sensor. The sensor will try two more times to
verify the enrolled fingerprint. If all three attempts fail, three short beeps will be heard.
Remove the enrolled finger and begin again. If the second attempt fails, make sure that
the finger being used has been enrolled.
If three short beeps are heard after * or # button was pressed, this indicates that the
matching mode is set to 1:1.
If one single beep is heard after a successful verification, this indicates one of the
following:
 User ID is outside of Timed Access settings
 User ID is set to Invalid
 LOCK is set to Invalid
6.4 1:1 Mode with a registered PIN Code
1) Enter the specific User ID on the keypad of the outside unit, Press *. Enter the
Registered PIN Code and then press *.
Example: User 50 with a PIN of 1234 would press 50 * 1234 *.
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2) If PIN Code verification was successful, three short beeps will be heard, will flash and
the RTS will unlock and remain unlocked for approximately four seconds.
If verification of the registered PIN Code was not successful, three short beeps will be
heard and the RTS will power off.
If a second attempt to unlock the door with a PIN code fails, verify that the PIN Code
has been registered. Also verify that the matching mode is set to 1:1.
If one single beep is heard after the PIN code was successfully entered, this indicates
one of the following:
 User ID is outside of Timed Access settings
 User ID is set to Invalid
 LOCK is set to Invalid
6.5 With the override keys
1) Insert key into the keyway.
2) Turn the key in a clockwise
direction to horizontal level (90
degrees).
3) Pull up on the handle.
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4) Turn the key back in the opposite
direction and pull key out of the
keyway.
Section 7: Lock Programming Instructions
Note: To take full advantage of the RTS features you must use the MS1
Management System for programming. Any information entered directly into the RTS
will be lost when it is synced with the MS1 software.
SECURITY WARNING: With no fingerprints enrolled for Users 1, 2, or 3, the RTS will
unlock when the # button is pressed on the keypad.
It is strongly recommended that ALL Fingerprints and PIN Codes be deleted by an
Administrator prior to programming the RTS. This ensures that any users that were
added prior to installation or programming are removed.
Definitions of Indication Beeps:
1) Single, Short Beep
 A button has been pressed
 An operational sequence has begun
 A fingerprint user has been added successfully
2) Two, Short Beeps:
 Door has been successfully unlocked
3) Three Short Beeps
 Unsuccessful Fingerprint/PIN verification attempt
 New PIN code entry is already allocated to another User
4) Six, Short Beeps
 Low battery alert (change batteries)
 Lock has been reset
5) LED indications
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
Green LED – Indicates any successful fingerprint/PIN verification attempt
6) Illuminating the RTS Exterior Unit Keypad
 Press and Hold any of the numbers on the keypad (0 thru 9) for two to three
seconds
 Keypad will illuminate for 5 seconds
7.1 Menu Buttons
1) The M button stands for Menu and is used to enter menu options and to save
changes made to the RTS.
M button
2) The up and down arrows are used to scroll thru menu options.
UP & DOWN buttons
3) The E button stands for Exit and is used to exit individual menu options. Exception:
When setting the date ranges for Access Control, E is used to initiate the “Save”
prompt.
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E button
Note: The following instructions assume there are no fingerprints enrolled in the RTS.
All setup functions can be done before enrolling an Administrator fingerprint or PIN
code. If an Administrator fingerprint is entered before starting the lock setup, fingerprint
verification will be required each time the lock is accessed for a program change. It will
save time to complete the lock setup before enrolling any Administrator or User FPs and
PWDs
7.2 Date/Time
Date and Time setting of the RTS is critical when using the MS1 Management Software
to ensure accurate time/date stamps for Audit Trail and accurate time/date for Access
Control.
1) Press M, the lock will display in
succession:
Current Firmware Version
Default date, time, and day of the week.
Lock ID
Battery voltage level
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No Master! Screen indicates that no
fingerprints or User PINs have been
programmed into the lock.
The Lock Setup menu will then
automatically display the Lock Menus:
Note: Lock menus 1 through 4 are
displayed. Press the Down arrow
button to view menus 5-6.
After the Lock Menus are dis-played, if
no buttons are pressed for 17 seconds
an audible alert (2 beeps) will be heard
and then a “Timeout!” message will be
dis-played. The lock will then shut
down. The setup process can be
started again by pressing any of the 4
buttons on the lock front.
2) Option 1 “Lock setup” is highlighted.
Press M.
3) Option 1 “Date/Time” is highlighted.
Press M.
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4) The format for the date setup is
MM/DD/YYYY.
5) Choose the correct month by using
the Up/Down arrows.
Press M to save selection.
6) Choose the correct day of the month
by using the Up/Down arrows.
Press M to save selection.
7) Choose the correct year by using
the Up/Down arrows.
Press M to save selection.
The time format for the clock is HH:MM:SS (MILITARY or 24 HOUR TIME).
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8) Choose the correct hour by using
the Up/Down arrows.
Press M to save selection.
9) Choose the correct minute by using
the Up/Down arrows.
Press M to save selection.
10) Choose the correct second by
using the Up/Down arrows.
Press M to save selection.
11) Choose the correct day of the
week by using the Up/Down arrows.
Press M to save selection.
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12) With the cursor on “SAVE?”,
press M to save selection.
13) “SAVED!” indicates TIME / DATE
settings have been saved.
This will display momentarily and
then the setup menu will be shown.
7.3 Sensitivity (RTS & RTS-Z)
Overview:
The lock’s fingerprint levels can be adjusted to meet the desired level of sensitivity.
Sensitivity settings range from 1 to 9. Setting 1 is the strictest setting. The quality of
fingerprint and placement of the finger or thumb must be almost perfect. Setting 9 is the
least stringent setting and is the factory default. This allows a higher margin of error in
placement of the finger or thumb on the sensor.
Note: If you are having problems with fingerprints being rejected, set the sensitivity level
to 9.
1) In the Lock setup menu, scroll to
Option 2 “Sensitivity”.
Press M.
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2) Use the Up/Down arrows to scroll
thru the sensitivity levels until the
desired level is reached. Press M.
3) “SAVED!” indicates the Sensitivity
level settings were saved. This will
display momentarily and then the
setup menu will be shown.
7.4 Match Mode
Overview: “Match Mode” controls how users are able to unlock the lock; using
fingerprints, PINs, or a combination of both. There are 3 options available which are
outlined below.
1) In the Lock setup menu, scroll
down to “Match Mode” and then
press M.
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2) 1:N - When this is chosen, all
users enrolled at this lock only need
to match their enrolled Fingerprint
OR PIN Code to unlock the door.
3) 1:1 – When this is chosen, all
users enrolled at this lock must
enter their User ID and verify their
enrolled Fingerprint or PIN Code to
unlock the door.
Ex. User ID 005 would use the keypad to unlock the lock using this sequence:
(5 + # + FP) or (5 + * + PIN + *)
4) 1&N - All enrolled users can use
either the 1:1 or 1:N method to
unlock the door. This is the factory
default setting.
5) Use the Up/Down arrows to scroll
thru the matching modes until the
desired mode is reached and then
press M to save the setting.
4) 1&N - All enrolled users can use
either the 1:1 or 1:N method to
unlock the door.
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6) “SAVED!” indicates that the
Match Mode settings were saved.
This will display momentarily and
then the setup menu will be shown.
7.5 Lock ID
Overview: Lock ID is used to distinguish between locks for sites with multiple locks
installed. By default, all locks are set as 0001.
Note: The Lock ID of the RTS is critical when using the MS1 Management Software (for
programming and audit trail). The Lock ID in the MS1 MUST correspond with the Lock
ID in the MS1 software. If the Lock IDs do not correspond, the lock records may be
corrupted.
1) In the Lock Setup menu, scroll
down to Option 4 “Lock ID”.
Press M.
2) Use the Up/Down arrows to
scroll to the desired lock ID.
Press M to save setting.
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3) “SAVED!” indicates Lock ID
setting was saved. This will display
momentarily and then the setup
menu will be shown.
7.6 Clear FP&PIN
Overview: This menu allows an administrator to delete all fingerprints and PINs from
the lock. If Users/Administrators have a PIN code associated with their FP, the PIN
codes must be cleared to reset all data.
Note: Deleting FPs and PINs for specific users will be explained later in this document.
1) In the Lock setup menu, scroll
down to Option 5 “Clear FP & PIN”
Press M.
2) To delete all fingerprints, select
Option 1”Clear FP”.
Press M.
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3) “Cleared!” indicates that all FPs
have been deleted. Note that it will
take 3 to 4 seconds for this to
display.
4) Wait momentarily for the “Clear
FP/Clear PIN” screen to be shown.
5) To delete all PIN Codes, select
Option 2 “Clear PIN”.
Press M.
6) “Cleared!” will display, indicating
that all PIN Codes have been
deleted. Note that it will take 3 to 4
seconds for this to display.
7.7 Access Time
Overview: Each lock has 3 different modes of operation which can be active at a given
time. The 3 modes are outlined and explained below.
There are three TIME MODES that may be chosen for the lock:
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1) Invalid -This can also be called
lock down mode. When this is
enabled, only Administrators for the
specific lock will have access to
unlock the door.
2) Anytime - When this is chosen,
the lock allows all enrolled Users to
unlock the door. The exception to
this is if specific Timed Access is set
up for individual Users (see Section
2: User Edit).
3) Acc-Time (Access Time) - This
mode allows for timed access to the
lock to be created for a specific date
range, days of the week and time
frame within the days of the week.
Note: The Acc-Time Setting chosen/created for the lock will override any specific Timed
Access assigned for a specific User set in the “User Edit” menu (see Section 2: User
Edit) . For example, if Acc-Time is chosen for the lock and set to Mon, Wed and Fri
9am to 5pm, Users will only have access to unlock the door during the set days and
times, no matter what individual timed access was set for them in the User Edit menu.
Note: Administrators (User ID 1-3) can always unlock the RTS.
7.7.1 Invalid
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1) In the Lock setup menu, scroll to
Option 6 “Access Time”.
Press M.
2) Press the UP arrow once. At the
“Invalid” option, press M.
3) “SAVED!” will be shown
momentarily indicating that the lock
is now in “Invalid” mode.
Note: Selecting “Invalid” will allow Admin access only.
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7.7.2 Anytime
1) Scroll to Option 2 “Anytime”.
Press M.
2) “SAVED!” will be shown
momentarily indicating that the lock
is now in “Anytime” mode.
7.7.3 Acc-Time:
Note: Administrators (User ID 1-3) can always unlock the RTS. If this option is chosen,
“Date, Time, and Week Days” must all be completed for this function.
1) Scroll to option 3 “Acc-Time”.
Press M.
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2) Highlight “Date”.
Press M.
3) The “From” and “To” Date Range
options will be displayed. The
format for the Date Range settings is
MM/DD/YYYY. Press M.
4) Use the up and down arrows to choose the appropriate MM, DD and YYYY in each
section. When desired value is chosen for each section, press M to move on to the next
date value.
Example: The desired “From” date is January 01, 2014.
In the “From” section, use the
up/down arrows to select Jan.
Press M.
Use the up and down arrows to enter
“01” (for 1st day of the month).
Press M.
Use the up and down arrows to enter
“2014” (for the Year).
Press M.
5) After setting the “To” Year field,
press E. “SAVE?” will display on the
LCD.
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Use the same steps as above for the “To” date.
6) Press M to Save
Or
Press E to exit without saving.
7) Scroll to “Time” and press M.
The current setting for “From” and
“To” are shown. Press M again.
8) With the cursor on the “From”
hour, use the Up/Down arrows until
desired hour is shown. Press M to
save selection.
Repeat for the “From” minute
setting.
9) With the cursor on the “To” hour,
use the Up/Down arrows until
desired hour is shown. Press M to
save selection.
Repeat for the “To” minute setting.
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10) After the desired Time Frame
has been selected, press M.
Message “SAVED?” will display on
the LCD.
11) Press M to Save
Or
Press E to exit without saving.
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7.8 Weekday
Overview: If “Y” (Yes) is chosen for a specific day of the week, then all enrolled Users
with no Acc-Times set for their specific User ID will have access to unlock the RTS, on
that day of the week, during the selected Date Range and Time Frame. Once the Date
Range or Time Frame has expired, all enrolled Users will not be able to unlock the RTS.
Only Administrators (User ID 1-3) will have access to unlock the RTS.
If “N” (No) is chosen for a specific day of the week, then no enrolled Users will have
access to unlock the RTS for that day of the week. Only Administrators (User ID 1-3)
will have access to unlock the RTS.
1) Scroll down to 3 “Week Days”
Press M.
2) Days of the week will be
shown. Use the Up/Down arrows
to scroll to the desired day.
3) For each day of the week,
Press M to select Y/N. Then,
press M again to change the
setting from Y to N.
4) Press E to exit the selected
day. Then, use the Up/Down
arrows to move to the next day.
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5) When finished, Press E.
“SAVE?” will be displayed. Press M
to save or E to exit without saving.
6) “SAVED!” indicates that the Access
Time settings were saved.
7.9 Timed TUM
Temporary Unlock Mode (TUM): Timed (or Automatic) TUM allows an Administrator to
set the RTS to unlock automatically at preset days and times upon the confirmation of a
registered user (see FUA below) and then automatically revert to locked (or normal)
mode at time expiry.
The Administrator may also preset holiday dates so that TUM will not be armed or
active on those days.
Example: If TUM has been set to operate Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 17:00 (9AM to
5PM) and a preset holiday falls on a Tuesday, the TUM feature will not activate on
Tuesday even if a registered User accesses the lock.
First User Authentication (FUA): The Administrator will arm the open time and the
LCD will show “Armed!” once set. However, TUM will only activate and unlock the door
upon the verification of a registered User’s FP or PIN. Door will remain unlocked until
preset time expiry.
The TUM feature is especially useful for doors that require frequent access (e.g. a shop
front during business hours).
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7.9.1 Timed TUM - Setup Menu
1) In the Lock setup menu, scroll
down to Option 7 “Timed TUM”.
Press M.
2) Press M again to select “Setup”.
7.9.2 Cancel TUM
The Cancel TUM function will void all previous preset data. Note: Holiday data will
NOT be reset.
Press M to reset ALL data fields. All
TUM data fields are reset to dashes in
both the “ALL” and “Daily” sub menus
as shown below.
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“Thank you!” is shown momentarily
indicating that all TUM settings have
been deleted.
Tip: There are 2 ways to cancel TUM. The above method will void ALL data fields in the
TUM menu and is recommended for a complete reset. Individual day resets may be
carried out in their respective sub menu and are detailed in the relevant sections below.
7.9.3 Setup Days
Most businesses will operate the Timed TUM mode during business days (e.g. Monday
to Friday, 08:00 to 17:00 and Saturday from 09:00 to 12:00). To create TUM settings for
this type operation, it is recommended to set TUM times in the “ALL” (days) menu and
then edit individual days in which TUM should not be armed.
Please read the Important Tips below before setting the time fields.

On initial setup, the system will display “dashes” (-- : --) in all fields

Pressing M will highlight the first “- -” field. Using the Up/Down arrow keys will
insert your desired time.

Pressing M will highlight the next “- -”. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to enter a
time. Repeat this procedure for the remaining fields. If a time is not inserted and
M is pressed again, ALL data fields will revert to “- -”. You will be prompted to save
this entry and start again. This is an intentional design and is the second way to
cancel/void TUM for a particular day.

Once all time fields have been entered, pressing M when the “ARM?” icon has
been highlighted will change the text to “ARMED!” and the system will
automatically return to the previous menu. Do not go back to the previous menu
unless you intend to change a data field. If you go back into the previous menu,
the “ARM?” prompt will appear again. Press E to exit and all previous data will be
retained.
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If you press M, the first data field will revert to“- -” To exit this menu with no changes
to the data, press E. All data will be retained.

If M is pressed again, ALL data fields will revert to“- -”. You will be prompted to
“SAVE” this entry and required to start again. This is an intentional design.
Note: If a registered user uses their FP or PIN while in Timed TUM, the RTS will re-enter
a locked state. Simply re-enter FP or PIN to regain Timed TUM status.
7.9.3.1 Example – Setup Days
Example 1. Lock will be programmed for TUM mode on ALL days from 08:00 to 17:00
except Sunday. We will program ALL days at once and then program Sunday as a
separate day.
1) In the Lock Setup menu scroll
down to Option 7 “Timed TUM”.
Press M.
2) Scroll to Option 1 “Setup”.
Press M.
3) Scroll to Option 2 “Setup Days”.
Press M.
4) Press M to select 1 “ALL”.
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5) Press M to highlight the first data
field.
6) Use Up/Down arrow keys to
insert desired time, press M after
each field. Complete all fields in
the “Fr :” and “To” sections.
7) Press M when “ARM?” is highlighted. This will activate TUM.
Timed TUM is now armed and ready for the first registered User to activate on or after
08:00 on any day of the week.
The Lock should now be displaying the “Setup Days” screen as shown below.
9) Display will show “ARM?”.
Press M.
8) Use the Up/Down arrow keys to
navigate to “Sunday”.
Press M.
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10) The first data field will change
to “- -”.
11) Press M again to clear all
fields.
12) After all fields are blank and
“ARM?” is shown, Press M to
save the changes.
The lock is now armed for TUM operation.
Tip: As soon as an individual day has been “ARMED!”, the data fields in the “Sunday”
menu will revert to “- -” (if set) to indicate that the data is no longer valid.
7.9.4 View TUM Settings
1) To confirm the selections,
press E to return to the “Timed
TUM” main menu, select 2 “View”
by pressing M.
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2) Select 1 “View Days” by
pressing M.
You can now scroll through each
day using the Up/Down arrow
keys.
Note: The alternative method is to edit each individual day. However, that can be time
consuming and the above method is recommended.
7.9.5 Setup Holidays
Overview:
This menu has been designed for use in conjunction with the Timed TUM mode. Setting
dates in this menu that coincides with public holidays, alleviates the need to cancel
TUM manually prior to each holiday event. When a date has been set in this menu,
Timed TUM will not be armed and therefore will not activate, even with recognition of a
registered User.

Twelve Holiday events may be entered into the system.

The menu may be setup for the holiday to occur every year (e.g. Dec 25) or a
“one off holiday” for a particular year. Holidays set in this mode will repeat until
2099.

The “Cancel TUM” command in the main menu will not cancel holiday dates,
they must be deleted individually.
Please read the Important Tips below prior to setting the time fields.

On initial setup, the system will display dashes (-- : --) in all fields

Pressing M will highlight the first “- -” field. Using the Up/Down arrow keys will
insert your desired time

Pressing M to the next field will highlight the next “- -”. Use the Up/Down arrow
keys to enter a time. Repeat this for all the remaining fields. If a time is not
inserted and M is pressed again, ALL data fields will revert to “- -”. You will then
be prompted to “SAVE” this entry and required to start again. This is an intentional
design and is the second way to cancel/void TUM for a particular day.
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
Once all time fields have been entered, pressing M when the “ARM?” icon has
been highlighted will change the text to “ARMED!” and the system will
automatically return to the previous menu. Do not go back into the previous menu
unless you intend to change a data field. If you go back into the previous menu,
the “ARM?” prompt will appear again. Press E to exit and all previous data will be
retained.

If you press M, the first data field will revert to “- -”. To exit this menu with no
changes to the data, press E. All data will be retained.

If M is pressed again, ALL data fields will revert to “- -”. You will be prompted to
“SAVE” this entry and required to start again. This is an intentional design.
Note: if a registered user uses their FP or PIN while in Timed TUM, the RTS will re-enter
a locked state. Simply re-enter FP or PIN to regain Timed TUM status.
7.9.5.1 Holiday Example 1 – Repeating Holiday
In this example we will program Dec 25 to Dec. 31 be a holiday every year.
1) From the Lock Setup menu,
select Option 7 “Timed TUM” by
pressing M.
2) Select 1 “Setup” by pressing M
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3) Scroll to Option 3 “Setup
Holidays”. Press M.
4) Holiday #01 will be shown.
Press M to highlight the “Year”
field.
5) Use the Down Arrow key to
highlight “Every Year”.
Press M.
6) Use the Down Arrow key to
highlight “Dec”.
Press M.
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7) Continue to enter the Month /
Day as previously described until
prompted to “SAVE?” Note that
Dec. 25 is entered both as the
beginning and end date.
8) Press M again and the system
will momentarily display “SAVED!”
It will then revert to “SAVE?”
9) Press E to exit.
Note: After “SAVED!” is displayed, do not re-enter the menu unless you need to make
corrections. Doing so may delete data.
7.9.5.2 Holiday Example 2 – Non-repeating Holiday
In this example we program Dec. 25 to Dec. 31 as a non-repeating holiday.
1) After Holiday #1 setup, “#1” is
highlighted. Use Down Arrow key
to highlight #2.
Press M.
2) Use the Up/Down Arrow keys to
scroll until 2014 is highlighted.
Press M.
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3) Enter the month and day fields.
When the “SAVE?” prompt is
displayed, press M to store the data.
“Saved”
will be
momentarily
displayed before the display reverts
to “SAVE?”.
7.9.5.3 Holiday Example 3 – Deleting a Holiday
Example: In this example we will delete Dec. 25 to Dec. 31.
1) From the Setup Holiday Menu
Use Down Arrow key to navigate to
position #2.
2) Press M: “Year” field will change
to “- - - -”.
3) Press M again. All fields will
change to “- - - -”.
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4) When “SAVE?” prompt is
highlighted, Press M.
5) “SAVED!” will be shown
momentarily.
6) Press E.
Note: All Holidays must be
deleted individually if using this
method.
7.9.5.4 View Holidays
1) From Timed TUM menu, press
M.
2) Scroll to 2“View”. Press M.
3) Scroll to 2 “View Holidays”.
Press M.
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4) Use the Down Arrow key to
view all programmed holidays.
5) Press E to exit.
7.9.6 Update via USB
1) Insert USB thumb drive in the
inside unit located at the bottom of
the lock.
2) From the main menu, scroll to
“Flash Drive”. Press M.
3) Scroll to “Upload”. Press M.
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Note: “U-disk ok!” will display
after the USB drive is checked.
Data will then upload to the unit.
After upload is finished, “Rec
Readed!” will display.
Section 8: Authorization Management
Overview:
User IDs 1-3 are “Administrators.” They have complete access to program the RTS and
to unlock the door at any time.
User IDs 4-7 are “Managers.” They have limited access to program the RTS. Managers
can delete User IDs, edit the Timed TUM menu, and unlock the door at any time
User IDs 8-999 are “General Users.” They have access to unlock the door at times set
up by one of the Administrators. General Users and have no programming rights on
the RTS.
For RTS and RTS-Z
After an administrator fingerprint has been enrolled, it must be verified by the lock before
the menu options can be accessed.
The term “fingerprint” is used as a general term to describe fingers or thumbs used for
enrollment/verification. Also, the term “finger” can refer to a finger or thumb.
Before enrolling and verifying fingerprints, please read the following helpful hints for
Fingerprint Enrollment and Verification:
Tips on Enrolling Fingerprints (RTS and RTS-Z)
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

The center of the vortex (swirl) of the fingerprint pattern is the key data point. It
should be placed in the center of the sensor’s glass window in a consistent way.
The fingerprint should be well defined with the peaks and valleys of the vortex ridge
pattern clearly visible.
Light pressure when placing the finger or thumb on the scanner gives the best
image. The finger should be held flat and must not move during scanning.
Adjust Fingerprint Sensitivity settings per Section 5.3
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

Moist fingers and thumbs give better images than dry ones. On cold, dry days it
may be helpful to moisten the finger by breathing on it or applying a small amount
of lotion.
Dry, dirty fingerprints or prints with cracks or scars are not recommended.
Wait until the fingerprint scanner activates to place the finger on the scanning
window. This is true for both fingerprint enrollment and verification.
Shade the sensor when trying to enroll or verify fingerprints in direct sunlight. This
will prevent sunlight from reflecting off the sensor mirror.
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8.1 Enrolling Fingerprints (RTS and RTS-Z)
In this example we will add fingerprints for User 1 (Admin 1).
1) Press M. The lock will
momentarily display a welcome
message with the current
Firmware version number.
The lock will then display:
 Date/time
 Lock ID
 Battery voltage
“NO MASTER!” will momentarily
be displayed followed by Lock
menu options 1 through 4.
2) Scroll down to Option 2 “User
edit”.
Press M.
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3) When “ID:” is displayed, enter a
numerical value and then press
“#”.
Note: Selection must be made
within 5 seconds.
After pressing “#” key, the
following screen will be displayed:
Note that ID:1 is now being
displayed.
4) When “Add FP” is highlighted,
press M.
5) “Add FP” is displayed along
with “1N2N3N”. “1N” is
highlighted. Place finger on the
sensor. Press M.
Note: Since no fingerprints have been enrolled for this User ID; 1N, 2N, 3N will be
displayed. A total of 3 fingerprints may be enrolled for each User ID.
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6) The sensor will flash 3 times.
Keep finger on the sensor while it
flashes.
“Capturing…” will be shown while
the FP is being scanned.
7) If finger 1 was successfully
enrolled, a single short beep will
be heard, the LCD will display
“Success,” and “1N” will change to
“1Y.”
If the scan attempt was unsuccessful, “Failed” will display on the LCD and 1N will not
change to 1Y. Repeat the steps above to try again.
Note: The same finger can be used for fingers 2 and 3. This is recommended for Users
with poor quality fingerprints. Usually, different fingers will be used for fingers 1, 2 and
3.
8) Rest finger on sensor. Press
the Up Arrow to highlight “2N.”
Press M.
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“Capturing…” will be shown while
the FP is being scanned.
2N changed to 2Y indicates a
successful scan.
If unsuccessful, “Failed” will display on the LCD and 2N will not change to 2Y. Repeat
the steps above to try again.
9) Rest finger on sensor. Press
the Up Arrow to highlight “3N.”
Press M.
When 3 fingerprint matches for a
user have been successfully
enrolled, “1Y2Y3Y” will be
displayed.
“Capturing…” will be shown while
the FP is being scanned.
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If unsuccessful, “Failed” will display on the LCD and 3N will not change to 3Y. Repeat
the steps above to try again.
8.2. Add or modify a User PIN
Overview:
When this option is chosen, a PIN Code can be created, changed, or deleted for a
specific User ID.
In the example below we will create User ID 1 and add a 4 digit PIN.
1) Scroll to the “User Edit” menu.
Press M.
2) Using front keypad: press
1 #.
Enter the PIN followed by “#”.
When “PIN:” is displayed, use
the front keypad to enter a
unique code (from 1 to 10 digits)
and then press #.
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LCD screen will display
“SAVED!”.
Tip: If you enter a digit in error, use “*” to delete the last entered digit.
8.3 Deleting Fingerprints and PINs
Overview:
When this option is chosen, the fingerprints and/or PINs associated with the specific
User ID will be deleted.
In this example, we will delete all FPs and PIN for user ID 50.
1) Scroll to the “User Edit” menu.
Press M.
2) Using front keypad press 5 0 #.
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This menu will be displayed. It
allows deletion of “PIN Only”, “FP
Only”, or both “FP&PIN”.
3) Select option 3. Press M.
“Deleted!” indicates all FPs and
PIN for user 50 were deleted.
Option 1 (FP Only) and Option 2
(PIN Only) operate in the same
manner as Option 3.
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8.4 Access Time
Overview:
Choosing this option allows timed access to be created for a specific date range, days
of the week or time frame within the days of the week for a User ID.
Each USER ID has three TIME MODES that can be created for them.
1. Invalid - This can also be called “lock down” mode. When this is enabled, the
User will not be able to unlock the door with fingerprints or PIN Codes until an
Administrator re-assigns them to Any Time or Acc-Time.
2. Any Time - When this is chosen, the User can unlock the door with fingerprints
or PIN Codes at any time. The exception to this is if specific Timed Access is set
up for the LOCK (Menu 1; Lock Setup: 1.6. Access Time).
3. Acc-Time – When this is chosen, the User can unlock the RTS with fingerprints
or PIN Codes during a specific date range, days of the week or time frame within
the days of the week. Acc-Time means Access Time.
Note: The Time Setting chosen or created for the LOCK (Menu 1, Lock Setup: 1.6.
Access Time) will override any Timed Access assigned for a User.
Example: If Acc-Time for the lock is set to Mon, Wed and Fri 9am to 5pm, Users will
only have access to unlock the door during those times, no matter what individual timed
access was set for them. Administrators (User ID 1-3) will always have access to
unlock the RTS.
Tip: To delete the last entered digit on the outside keypad, press “*”.
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8.4.1 Example – Access Time for a specific User ID
From the User edit menu, select
the User ID. Press #.
Scroll to 4 “Access Time”.
Press M.
8.4.1.1 Invalid
This setting will disable all access for the User ID until an Administrator resets it to
Anytime or Acc-Time.
Scroll to 1 “Invalid”. Press M.
Display will momentarily show
“SAVED!” and then return to User
Access Time menu.
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8.4.1.2 Anytime
Scroll to 2 “Anytime”. Press M.
Display will momentarily show
“SAVED!” and then return to User
Access Time menu.
8.4.1.3 Acc-Time
8.4.1.3.1 Date
1) Scroll to 3 “Acc-Time”. Press
M.
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2) Highlight “Date” Press M.
“From” and “To” Date Range
options will be displayed. Date
Ranges are in MM/DD/YYYY
format.
3) Press M. The “Fr” month field
will be highlighted. Use the
Up/Down arrow keys to select the
month.
4) Use the Up/Down arrow keys
to choose the DD & YYYY. When
desired value is chosen for each
section, press M to move to the
next value.
5) Once the Date Range is
entered, press E. “SAVE?” will
display on the LCD.
Press M to save.
Press E to exit without saving.
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“SAVED!” indicates that the date
range setup was saved.
8.4.1.3.2 Time
Use the following steps to set up the Time for the User ID.
1) Scroll to 2 “Time” Press M.
2) The “Fr” hour field will be
highlighted. Press M.
3) Use the Up/Down arrow keys to
select the desired hour.
Press M.
5) Once the Time Frame is set up,
press E. “SAVE?” will display on
the LCD.
Press M to save.
Press E to exit without saving.
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“SAVED!” will be shown indicating
that the Time frame setup was
saved successfully.
8.4.1.3.3 Days of the Week
Overview:
This is an extension to the Date Range or Time Frame options. If “Y” (Yes) is chosen
for a specific day of the week, then the user can only unlock the RTS on that day of the
week, during the Date Range and Time Frame that has already been created.
If “N” (No) is chosen for a specific day of the week, then the user will not be able unlock
the RTS for that day of the week.
1). Scroll to 3“Week Days”.
Press M.
2) Press M to select Y/N. Press
M again to toggle between “Y”
(Yes) and “N” (No) for each day of
the week.
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3) When completed, press E.
“SAVE?” will display on the LCD.
Press M to save.
Press E to exit without saving.
“SAVED!” indicates Day of the
week settings were saved.
Section 9: Z-Wave functionality (RTS-Z & RTS-PZ)
9.1. Alarm/Notification functionality
When Door is locked or unlocked by the controller or user, the device notifies to the
controller by using Notification.
9.2. Compatibility
This product can be included and operated in any Z-Wave network with other Z-Wave
certified devices from other manufacturers and/or other applications. All non-battery
operated nodes within the network will act as repeaters regardless of vendor to increase
reliability of the network.
9.3. Association Group
Grouping identifier is 1 and maximum number of devices that can be added to the group
is 5.
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When the battery of the device is lower than a specific threshold the door will still lock or
unlock or the device can be reset. It will notify the controller that the operation was
completed and of the low battery condition.
The lifeline group contains Battery, DoorLock, Notification and Device Reset Locally
messages.
9.4. Controller Compatibility
The device is Z-Wave security enabled and a Z-Wave Security enabled controller is
required to fully utilize the device.
Section 10: External Applications
There are 3 separate external items that can be wired up to the Locks
1. Auxiliary 6 Volt Power Supply: red and black wires
2. Normally Open Items: blue and white wires
3. RS485 Switches: yellow, brown and black wires
10.1. Auxiliary Power Connection
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

Red and black wires with inline connector
This is the optional DC power connection
If this option is not used disconnect the “pigtail”
If used you may provide 6 to 12vdc (red + black -)
The red and black wires have a
connector that can be detached and
wired to a 6V power supply. Disconnect
the wires and hard wire to the 6V source.
Once hard wired reconnect to the lock.
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10.2. Normally Open (N.O.) Relay Contacts
 Blue and white wires (N.O. = normally open meaning at rest this connect is open)
 These relay contacts allow you at use the connection as a momentary switch
 Accessing the lock will close these contacts for the duration of the open cycle
 In the timed Tums mode this connection will be maintained in the closed state
The uses of this feature:
Can be used to operate a light or a relay to a light so that the user would not be entering
a darken space (the light/relay would only remain on during the open cycle of the lock)
Can be used to activate a separate locking device (i.e. electric deadbolt or electric
strike)
Normally open wires are the blue and
white wires. These can be connected
to a relay device.
10.3. RS485 Serial Interface
 Black, yellow and brown wires
Also defined by the EIA/TIA standard, this interface is now called TIA-485. It defines not
only a single device-to-device interface but also a communications bus that can be used
to form simple networks of multiple devices.
This feature allows users to connect to security systems and other devices.
Each application is unique and users wishing to use this feature should contact
Westinghouse Security with their needs.
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The yellow, brown and black
wires are for RS485 serial
communication devices.
Section 11: Support Information
Contact your RTS distributor or contact us at or 800-916-3985 for additional support.
All RMA, Warranty, and Repair requests must be submitted from the Support page at
www.westinghousesecurity.com. Trouble Tickets for technical support may also be
submitted by visiting the Support page.
Limited Warranty
Westinghouse Security warrants the product against defects in material and
workmanship for a period of two years from the date of original purchase. This warranty
is in lieu of all other express warranties. During the warranty period, Westinghouse
Security agrees to repair or, at its option, replace the defective product, or any part of it
without charge for parts or labor. This is your exclusive remedy. This warranty does not
cover damage resulting from accident, misuse, abuse, improper installation or
operation, lack of reasonable care, the affixing of any attachment not provided by with
the product and loss of parts. The warranty is voided in the event any unauthorized
person alters or repairs the unit.
DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND THE WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, AS OF THE DATE TWO YEARS FROM THE ORIGINAL PURCHASE OF
THE PRODUCT. WESTINGHOUSE SECURITY ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY
FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
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THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY HAVE
OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE. SOME STATES DO NOT
ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED
WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE EXCLUSION AND LIMITATION MAY NOT
APPLY TO YOU.
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Appendix A – User Enrollment Table
User
ID
Hand
(L/R)
Finger
PIN
Name
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