PMR ELECTRONIC LOCK USER GUIDE

PMR ELECTRONIC LOCK USER GUIDE
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PMR ELECTRONIC LOCK
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Installation Procedures
Do not use an electric screwdriver
when installing the product !
Parts Introduction
(In all illustrations a right-hand door is the example)
1. Draw horizontal lines on the door and
door edge
Latch center
line
Measure for the lever center line on the door and door edge
36" (914mm) above the floor and then draw out the latch
center line according to the paper template.
Lever center line
36" (914mm)
2. Set the central point for drilling
Following the paper template, determine whether the door is
right- or left-handed and then place the appropriate paper
template to the door and door edge, aligning with the latch
center line and the lever center line (as illustrated) and
marking the centers of the holes.
Interior lock
body
x1
Fixing plate
Exterior lock
body
Mortise
lock case
x6
x2
x1
Metal screw
Proximity card
Hex wrench
Center line of
the door edge
3. Door Edge Drilling
1. Following the marks, drill 2 holes, 1" (25.4mm) in
diameter and 4-17/32" (115mm) deep on the door edge
and then, based on the positions of the 2 holes, chisel
out a rectangular groove (the line segments on the
paper template) 1" (25.4mm) in width, 6-3/8" (162mm)
in height and 4-17/32" (115mm) deep for the
installation of the lock case (Illustration 1).
x2
Screw for
screw post
x6
Strike screw
x2
Screw Post
x2
Rotating
plate screw
x2
Faceplate
screw
x2
Rotating Plate
x1
2. Following the paper template, cut a groove 1-5/16"
(33mm) in width, 8-1/32" (204mm) in height and 1/4"
(6.5mm) deep on the door edge to provide a level
door edge surface once the faceplate is installed
(Illustration 2).
x1
Exterior
spindle
Interior
spindle
x2
x2
Interior lock
body screw
Spring
x1
Battery cover
x1
Strike box
3. Finally, following the marks on the paper template,
drill two guiding holes (screw holes) 1/8" (3mm) in
diameter and 19/32" (15mm) deep to complete the
door edge drilling (Illustration 2)。
6-3/8"(162mm)
13mm
(Illustration 1)
ø1/8" (ø3mm) guiding hole of depth 19/32" (15mm)
4. Door face drilling
x1
Cylinder
Following the markings of the paper template and the size
requirements, drill the holes for the lock cylinder, the thumb
turn, and the lever and six other penetrating holes. Please
be sure to drill from the inside out and the outside in
respectively to prevent burrs and other damage to the door.
Key
x1
x1
Nameplate
Faceplate
1
x1
Strike
2
(Illustration 2)
5. Strike Installation
6. Lock Case Installation
1. Swing the door almost closed up to the door jamb and draw the latch center line on the
door jamb to match the latch center line on the door.
2. Place the strike paper template onto the door jamb, aligning it to the latch center line,
and mark the centers of the holes on the door jamb as specified by the paper template.
Following the markings, drill 2 holes, 1" (25.4mm) in diameter and 1-1/8" (29mm)deep, on
the door jamb and then chisel out a rectangular groove (the line segments of the strike
paper template) 1" (25.4mm) in width, 3-5/16" (84mm) in height and 1-1/8" (29mm) deep
based on the positions of the 2 holes.
3. At the position specified by the paper template, cut a groove 1-5/16" (33mm) in width,
4-7/8" (124mm) in height and 5/32" (4mm) deep on the door jamb to provide a level
surface on the door jamb once the strike is installed.
4. Finally, following the markings, drill 2 guiding holes, 1/8" (3mm) in diameter and 19/32"
(15mm) deep, to fasten the strike with strike screws
(for a metal door, metal screws can be used to fasten the strike).
1. First, insert the upper and lower IC wires
into the door's groove and then pull them
out through the penetrating holes above
and below the groove on the room side
(do not cross the upper and lower cables).
Upper wire exit hole
2. Insert the lock case into the groove, gently pulling
the wires at the same time without breaking them,
and then position the reinforce plate as illustrated,
fastening the latch tightly with lock case screws
(for a metal door, metal screws can be used
instead to fasten the latch).
Lower wire
exit hole
The room side
Caution : 1. Doors with a thickness greater or less than 55mm use strike plates of different
specifications (as illustrated below). Please chisel out the groove for the strike
plate as appropriate according to the strike specifications and by referring to the
paper template markings.
2. The strike provided by the manufacturer must be used to prevent a malfunction
of automatic locking as a result of the security latch's inability to depress.
ø1/8" (ø3mm) guiding hole
19/32" (15mm) deep
Standard strike
Special strike
3-5/16"
(84mm)
Standard strike for a
door thinner than 55mm
7. Exterior Lock Body Installation
1. Screw the 2 screw posts into the opposite screw holes on the exterior lock body
according to the door handing : for a right-hand door, screw posts are assembled in the
upper-left and lower-right corners, and for a left-hand door, screw posts are assembled
in the upper-right and lower-left corners.
2. Keep the lever level as illustrated, and then direct the protruded corners of the fixing plate
to the trough of the lever axis, placing the fixing plate in the lever axis.
At this point, the protruded corner will lean on the upper-right support for a right-hand
door and the upper-left support for a left-hand door.
3. Place the rotating plate onto the screw posts with the arrow above the square hole of the
direction changer pointing to the end of the lever.
4. Fasten the 2 rotating plate screws as illustrated.
5. Place the spring in the square hole of the rotating plate and then insert the exterior spindle into
the lever as illustrated.
Caution : Please rotate the lever downward to check whether it functions normally.
If the lever cannot be rotated downward, this indicates that the rotating plate is in the
wrong direction. To correct this, simply take off the rotating plate and rotate it before
re-inserting it.
Special strike for a
door thicker than 55mm
Optional Accessories (Reinforcement Plate/Special Strike)
If the door slot thicker than 45mm, please install
Reinforcement Plate into strike to prevent to
malfunction of lock case.
1. If the door slot with a thickness within 45-75mm,
please install strike liner thickness 20mm.
Special
strike
(2mm)
Rotating Plate
Fixing screw
2. If the door slot with a thickness within 75-105mm,
please install strike liner thickness 50mm.
Direction of the fixing
plate for right-hand door
Direction of the fixing
plate for left-hand door
(5mm)
3
4
Screw post
Fixing plate
6.First pull the IC wire through the upper wire exit hole to the room side and then insert the
exterior spindle of the exterior lock body into the square hole that corresponds to the latch
to mount it to the door, with the screw posts penetrating the latch.
7.Lift the lock cylinder cover from its bottom before pulling straight down and then rotate the
lock cylinder into the latch to temporarily position the exterior lock body.
9. Cylinder Installation
1.Fasten the lock cylinder clockwise into the threaded latch so that the surface of the lock
cylinder is flush with the edge, with the keyhole located at the 6 o'clock position.
Caution : To prevent the damage of the cylinder, do not insert a flat head screwdriver while
rotating the lock cylinder.
2.On the side of the lock case, use a screwdriver to fasten the lock case. Use the key to
turn the cylinder to make sure that the latch bolt operates smoothly.
Cylinder
Spring
Exterior spindle
8. Interior Spindle Assembly Installation
1. Adjust the direction of the arrow on the rotating plate so that it points to the end of the
lever and then insert the interior spindle into the rotating plate as illustrated.
2. With the interior spindle inserted into the square hole of the lock case, press the rotating
plate against the door and fasten it with 2 screws for screw posts.
3.Closing the cylinder cover: as illustrated, push the cover upward to the top before
pressing it in from the bottom install the faceplate, which is fastened with 2 front
faceplate screws.
Caution :
Please rotate the lever downward to check if it functions normally.
If the lever cannot be rotated downward, this indicates that the direction changer is in the
wrong direction.
To correct this, simply take off the direction changer
Wire for the outside
and rotate it before re-inserting it.
Lock body
Wire for the
lock case
Interior spindle
Rotating plate
Wire for the
lock case
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10. Door Handing Determination
Regardless whether the door opens inward or outward, you should take "the exterior side of
the door" is taken as the reference, and the position of the door hinge is based upon it.
Inward opening door
Outward opening door
Hinge
Left-hand
door
Hinge
The exterior side of the door
Right-hand
door
Hinge
Left-hand
door
Hinge
The exterior side of the door
Right-hand
door
2. Keep the interior lever horizontal as illustrated,
aim the square hole at the interior spindle.
Meanwhile, point the turn piece stem to the
square hole of Latch and fix the interior lock
body with 2 mounting screws.
Caution: 1. Neither cables cannot be pinned under
the interior lock body nor pierced by
the screws.
2. If the interior lock gasket (optional spec)
separated, please press the gasket on
the upper and lower side of the lock
body first, and the middle.
Flipping the Latch Bolt
Interior Lever
(Please refer to Step 2 and 3 if the direction of the latch bolt is to be flipped during assembly.)
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3
2
4
Interior Lock Body
12. Securing the Interior and Exterior Levers
Use the hex wrench provided to fasten the screws on the axes of the interior and
exterior levers.
The Interior
The Exterior
(The beveled side of the latch bolt pointing in the direction the door closes)
1.Take off the
faceplate.
2. Pull out the latch bolt and
rotate it 180° clockwise or
counterclockwise.
3.After verifying its position,
push the latch bolt back into
the latch to complete the flip.
4. Put back and fasten
the faceplate with
screws.
13. Battery Installation
11. Interior Lock Body Installation
(3 pin)
1. Place 4 AAA/1.5V batteries into the battery holder on the top of the lock
body in correct orientation as marked on the battery holder. Alkaline
batteries are recommended.
1. Place the spring in the square hole of bottom of the
Interior Lever, connect the 3 different set of cable,
3 pin cable from exterior lock body, 6 pin and 2 pin
cable from latch with the PCB of interior lock body.
And tuck the spares into the blank of the lock body.
2. Replacing the batterycover: press the battery cover into
the lock body by first aiming its 4 pins at the 4 holes of
the lock body and then push down.
Caution : The connector of the cable is direction-specific.
If unable to connect it, please change the
direction and try again.
14. Nameplate
(6 pin)
7
Nameplate
Remove the film on the back of the nameplate and affix the
nameplate at the indicated position.
(2 pin)
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Setup Description
C
Low-battery
Indicator
ar
d
Card Sensing Area
Status Indicator
Entry Prohibition
Indicator
Mode Switch – Automatic
Locking/General
Battery Cover
Thumb Turn
Password
Learn Button
Start Button
Hidden Touch
Keypad Area
Keyhole
9
10
Card Learn
Button
3.Erasing All Cards and Passwords
Setup for Use
Before the first time you use it, please erase all cards and passwords prior to use to assure
that all cards are authorized by you.
For the steps for erasing cards and passwords, please refer to "3. Erasing All Cards and
Passwords".
1.Card Registration
1.Gently press the Card Learn Button (right). You will hear a beep.
2.4 numbers on the keypad will light up. Please press each of the 4 numbers one time in
any order. You will hear a beep.
Note : A lit-up numbers will go dark once it is pressed.
3.Read the card once to register it. You will hear a beep.
4.Repeat Step 2 one time.
5.Repeat Step 3 one time to complete the registration of the card.
Note :
 One card can be enrolled each time, and a maximum of 32 cards can be enrolled.
 To quit card enrollment midway through, just press the Card Learn Button (right) again.
You will hear 2 short beeps.
 If two short beeps are heard following the completion of Step 5, then enrollment has failed.
Please retry!
1. Hold down the Card Learn Button (right).
2. A beep will sound.
3. Release the button after hearing 2 beeps five times at 2 seconds intervals following by
a succession of 10 short beeps.
4. All cards and passwords have been erased. Please re-enroll the cards and reset the
passwords.
 Prior to your initial use of the device, you should first execute this procedure to ensure that
all cards and passwords are authorized by you.
 The entire card and password erasing progreess will take about 10s.
 You cannot erase just a single card or a single set of passwords at a time.
4. Changing the Password
The steps is as same as Password Setup.
5.Entry Prohibition
When an incorrect password entry occurs 3 times, the keypad will be locked automatically for
3 minutes.
During this period, the Entry Prohibition indicator (green) on the upper right hand corner of
the panel will flash 5 times successively if the Start button is pressed.
Removal of Entry Prohibition : Simply have a valid card read once for removal.
2.Password Setup
6. Unlocking
Before a password can be set, the card must go through the card enrolment procedure.
Please prepare a card that has been enrolled.
1.Gently press the Password Learn Button (left).
2.After two beeps sound, the entire touch keypad will light up and the green "status" indicator
light will flash.
3.Enter a 4-8 digit password (1st entry) and press the # key when finished.
4.2 beeps will sound.
5.Repeat Step 3 once.
6.A single beep will sound upon completion
Note : if two long beeps are heard, there has been an inconsistency between the 1st and 2nd
password entry. When this happens, the password needs to be reset.
7.Put the card close to the Card Sensing Area to hear the beep, indicating the completion of
password setup.
Note :
 Every password needs a card and one card can only learn one password, please do not
subject the card or the password to multiple use.
 One set of passwords can be set each time, and a maximum of 32 sets of passwords can
be set.
 If you want to quit the password learning mode in the midway, just press the Password
Learn Button (left) again. 2 short beeps will sound.
 If you heard 2 short beeps after step7, the password setting have failed. please reset
it again and make sure your card has been enrolled.
The door can be unlocked from the outside by using the Mifare card, the password or the key.
The door can be unlocked from the inside by turning the interior lever.
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Opening from the outside
By card
 Hold the card close to the sensing area on the top of the lock body (within 1~2cm).
 A single beep indicates a valid card (2 beeps for an invalid card).
 Turn the lever to unlock.
By password
 Press the Start button on the touch keypad.
 4 numbers will appear on the keypad.
 Press each of the 4 numbers once in any order until the numbers disappear.
 Enter the correct password after all keys have lit up and then press the # key.
 A single beep indicates that the password is correct (2 beeps indicate a wrong password).
 Turn the leve to unlock.
By key
 Open the lock cylinder cover from the bottom.
 Pull the cover down to the bottom.
 Insert a key to unlock.
 Put back the cover by following the above steps in reverse order.
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9.Low Battery Alert
Opening from the inside
Simply turn the lever to unlock.
As the battery power falls below a certain level, a long beep is emitted after every locking
or unlocking, and the Low Battery indicator (red) on the upper left corner of the panel lights
up, indicating a low battery level. Please change the batteries immediately.
7. Locking
The door can be locked from the outside by
pressing the Start button, using a valid card
or key, or activating the Automatic Locking
function.
The door can be locked from the inside by
turning the interior thumb turn.
10.Battery Replacement
 Press the bottom of the battery cover and then push upward.
 Make off the battery cover and change the
batteries.
 Replace the battery cover by reversing the steps.
Locking from the outside
Any one of the following:
 Press the Start button once.
 Have a valid card read (non-applicable when Automatic Locking is activated).
 Use a key to lock.
 Shift to the Automatic Locking mode (for details, please refer to 8. Automatic Locking).
Locking from the inside
Turn the interior thumb turn
General
8. Automatic Locking
Automatic Locking
Automatic Locking can be set via the mode switch on the interior side.
In Automatic Locking mode, after you shut the door, it will lock automatically.
Note: The mode switch in the upper position is Automatic Locking mode and in the lower
position is General mode.
Note :
 Please use AAA(LR03) alkaline batteries to
ensure a long and steady power supply.
 Please do not mix old and new batteries or
with non-alkaline batteries or include batteries
of different brands.
 Changing the batteries will not affect card
and password setups in any way.
11.Backup Power
A backup battery slot is located at he bottom of
the outside lock body. When the batteries run
out, a 9V battery can be used as backup power to
open the door.
Usage : Plug the 9V battery into the backup battery slot (orientation being irrelevant)
for power.
General Mode
 When the switch is down, general mode is on.
 In general mode, if none of the procedures described in 7. Locking is applied after the door
is unlocked, then the exterior lever remains capable of opening the door.
Automatic Locking Mode
 Automatic Locking mode is when the mode switch is up.
 In Automatic Locking mode, the door is locked automatically once it is closed.
Note : Once you've set it to the Automatic Locking mode, please remember the passwrd or
carry the card or key with you to prevent being locked out following automatic locking.
 Automatic locking security mechanism: In Automatic Locking mode, whether unlocking by
card or by password, the door will be re-locked if it is not opened in 10 sconds.
 The main mechanism driving the automatic locking of the door involves the movement of
the guard bolt and thus, the use of the strike provided by the manufacturer is highly
recommended.
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Troubleshooting
Q
A
Q&A
Troubleshooting
I always hear 5 beeps after each operation and the indicator
in the middle flashes a yellowish red light. What does it mean?
If this problem continues, please contact the distributor for assistance as
soon as possible.
Q
While testing the lock after installing it, I discovered it going
unresponsive to any subsequent card reading after the initial one.
Is it malfunctioning?
A
First, please make sure that the lock is in general mode, with the mode
switch (automatic locking/general) pushed to the bottom. Then, determine
if it functions normally by having a card read. Generally speaking, this
situation usually occurs as a result of the user's failure to close the door
while testing the automatic locking function.
Q
In automatic locking mode, how long the door will be
automatically re-locked if the door is not opened right away
following the reading of a valid card?
A
The door will be re-locked automatically after 10 seconds if not opened.
Q
Errors continue to occur as I enter a valid password. How do I
troubleshoot?
A
Generally speaking, this may be owing to the accidental pressing of other
keys. Resetting the password is recommended. If the same situation
also occurs when others enter passwords, please contact the distributor.
Q
How to modify the password while entering the wrong number?
A
Please press the "*" key to clear all the numbers entered previously and
input the correct password again.
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Q&A
Q
Why would the numbers "1" and "7" on the keypad light up and the
keypad become nonfunctioning when using the password to unlock
the door?
A
This occurs because the process took too long. When using the password to
unlock the door, please finish entering the password within 30s.
Numbers "1" and "7" will automatically light up if more than 30s pass.
Please wait 10s before retry.
Q
I use the password to open the door, but I see the key-shaped
icon (the Entry Prohibition indicator) flashing on the panel every
time I press the Start button.
A
This is because someone previously tried to open the door with invalid
passwords (3 times at least).
Method 1 : Open the door with a valid card. The lockout will be automatically
relieved.
Method 2 : A new attempt will be permitted after a wait of 3 minutes.
Q
When a proximity card has been enrolled multiple times, would
this lower the allowable number of registrations?
A
No. The system is capable of identifying the proximity card as an enrolled
one.
All the related setups remain unchanged.
Q
After each operation, I always hear 10 beeps and see a red
battery-shaped icon appearing on the left hand side of the panel
with locking occurring automatically while in general mode.
What does this mean?
A
This indicates that your batteries will soon be depleted.
Please replace the batteries immediately to avoid being unable to open the
lock. In addition, if the batteries are not changed immediately, the system
will execute automatic locking to ensure the security of your home.
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