NextBolt NX4 Secure Mount Manual

NextBolt NX4 Secure Mount Manual
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PREFACE
 Thank you for purchasing the Actuator Systems
Australia NextBolt Secure-Mount fingerprint
deadbolt. PLEASE ENSURE YOU HAVE OUR
SECURE-MOUNT OR MODEL BEFORE
PROCEEDING! IF YOU HAVE OUR EZ-MOUNT
EDITION PLEASE USE THE EZ-MOUNT
MANUAL INCLUDED ON YOUR CD.
 Please read the documentation carefully before
installation & use. The manual details all
installation procedures and operation steps.
 Manufacturer and/or Distributors of the Actuator
Systems Australia NextBolt will not be responsible
for any damages caused by incorrect installation or
mishandling of the lock. Any such damages will void
manufacturer’s warranty.
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Contents
Installation Manual ............................................................................. 3
1. Parts ........................................................................................ 3
2. Required Tools........................................................................ 5
3. Pre-installation ........................................................................ 6
3.1 Mark and bore holes on the door .................................. 6
3.2 Deadbolt Latch Length Selection ............................... 10
4. Installation ............................................................................ 11
4.1 Installation of Deadbolt .............................................. 11
4.2 Installing Strike and Strike Lining Box (on the door
jamb) ................................................................................. 12
4.3 Sizing Tail Piece (to the correct door thickness) ........ 13
4.4 Installation of the Outdoor Unit .................................. 15
4.5 Installation of the Indoor Unit .................................... 17
4.6 Final inspection/adjustment prior to enrollment ......... 23
5. Trouble Shooting .................................................................. 24
Operation Manual ............................................................................. 26
Section I - Enrolling Administrators (First Fingerprint
User): ................................................................................ 30
Section II - Enrolling Fingerprint Users 2 thru 99: ........... 33
Section III – Deleting Individual Fingerprint Users: ........ 36
Section IV – Deleting ALL Fingerprint Users: ................ 38
Section V – Unlocking the Actuator Systems NextBolt
from outside: ..................................................................... 40
Section VI – Locking the Actuator Systems NextBolt from
Outside: ............................................................................. 42
Section VII – Locking and Unlocking the Actuator
Systems NextBolt from Inside: ......................................... 43
Support:............................................................................................. 44
APPENDIX A ................................................................................... 45
FINGERPRINT ENROLLMENT CODES .............................. 45
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Installation Manual
1. Parts
Please familiarize yourself with all the parts in the packaging box of
the Actuator Systems NextBolt. If any part is missing or damaged,
contact our service center or your local dealer.
Outdoor Unit
Indoor Unit
Strike Lining Box
Strike Plate
Keys
Outdoor Rubber Gasket
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1 x Deadbolt Latch *
60 - 70mm backset
* For instructions on
how to adjust the
length of the adjustable
backset, refer to
Section 3.2: Adjustment
of Deadbolt Backset
Screws (82 mm)
(
Screws
(2 x 40 mm & 1 x 29mm)
Wooden & Metal
Screws
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2. Required Tools
① Electric or battery operated Drill
② One 10mm Diameter Drill Bit
③ One 1” Diameter Drill bit
④ One 54mm Diameter Drill Bit
⑤ A Carpenter Chisel
⑥ A Hammer
⑦ A pair of scissors
⑧ Vise-Grip
⑩ Hand Held Bolt Cutters
⑨ Philips & flat head screw drivers
11) Marker
12) file
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3. Pre-installation
3.1 Mark and bore holes on the door
3.11 Mark holes on door
For doors with existing deadbolt lock with 54mm diameter hole:
1) Remove existing cylindrical deadbolt .
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2) Please be sure to use the installation
template when installing the
Actuator Systems NextBolt on a door
with an
existing deadbolt.
3) Cut out the two, 10mm holes on the
Installation Template that correspond
to your existing backset (60mm or
70mm).
4) Rest the installation template on the
front of the door, on top of the
existing 54mm hole, making sure that
it is aligned properly for the door’s
existing 60mm or 70mm backset.
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5) Mark the two, 10mm holes that you
cut out of the installation template on
the door (with a magic marker).
6) Bore the two, 10mm holes into the
door (using a 10mm drill bit), making
sure that the holes fully penetrate
through the door.
7) Go to Section 4.3 in the User Manual
For doors that do not have a cylindrical deadbolt lock or a hole for
the cylindrical deadbolt lock:
A. Start approximately 1170mm
from floor. Select the
appropriate installation
template according to the
length of the backset. Fold
and apply the template to the
edge of the door bevel. Mark
the center point of the
cylinder hole on the door
face, and then mark the
center point of the deadbolt
hole on door edge, as
indicated on the template.
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B. For installation of
combination set (door handle
and deadbolt), it is
recommended that the
distance is 140mm between
the two center points.
C. Mark the center points of the
two small holes on the door
face for the two upper fixing
posts mounted on the top
plate of the outdoor unit, as
indicated on the installation
template.
3.12 Bore holes
A. Bore a 54mm diameter hole in the
center of door face for chassis. (It is
recommended to bore this hole from
both sides of the door to avoid
splintering.)
B. Bore a 25mm diameter hole in the
center of door edge for deadbolt.
C. Bore two separate 10mm diameter
holes for the upper fixing posts.
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3.2 Deadbolt Latch Length Selection
The adjustable deadbolt included with your purchase is nominally set
at the 60mm position. If you desire the backset at the 70mm position,
follow the steps below:
60mm 70mm
Black rubber headed pin
DO NOT REMOVE
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2
3
4
5
Place your middle finger on one side of the pin and your thumb on the
other side while placing your index finger on the top of the backset.
Push up with your thumb and middle finger
Use a flat tool to push out on the backset to the 70mm (2 ¾”) position
(shown in completed 70mm position)
Release upward pressure from the pin to ensure the new position is
“clicked” into place
To adjust for the 60mm (2 3/8”) position, follow steps 1 and 2 and use
your forefinger to push the backset into the 60mm position and it
“clicks” into place
WARNING: Do not remove the adjustment pin to adjust the backset
length position. This will result in improper operation of the latch
logic and will void the warranty
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4. Installation
4.1 Installation of Deadbolt
A. Insert the deadbolt latch into the hole
in the edge of the door (follow the UP
sign), keeping it parallel to the face of
the door. Mark the outline of the face
plate and remove the deadbolt.
B. Then chisel 3mm deep rectangular
shape, per your marking (or until the
faceplate is flush with the door edge).
C. Insert the deadbolt latch; make sure
the deadbolt UP sign is facing
upwards. Then fasten the screws.
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4.2 Installing Strike and Strike Lining Box (on the door jamb)
A.
(1) Close the door until the
deadbolt touches the door
jamb along the face plate
to mark the horizontal
center lines.
(2) Measure one half of the
door thickness from one
side of the door jamb, and
then mark the vertical
center lines.
(3) Extend the vertical center
line and the horizontal
line to mark the drill
center point for the strike.
B. Bore a 25mm diameter and
25mm deep hole in the door
jamb at the center point for
strike. To ensure the proper
deadbolt function, this hole
must be drilled at least 25mm
deep.
C. Chisel the door jamb at
1.5mm deep for the strike
plate which must fit flush with
the door jamb.
D. Insert the strike lining box and
then fasten screws to the plate.
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4.3 Sizing Tail Piece (to the correct door thickness)
The Actuator Systems NextBolt is designed to fit door thicknesses of
35mm to 50mm.
There is one 50mm tailpiece pre- installed in your NextBolt outside
unit, with indentations at 35mm, 38mm and 45mm.
Cut here for
35mm 38mm
45mm
1. Measure the thickness of your door
2. We recommend you use a pair of hand held bolt cutters to cut
the tailpiece at the required length
3. Smooth the edges with a file (recommended)
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IF YOUR DOOR THICKNESS DOES NOT EXACTLY
MATCH ANY OF THE INDENTATIONS (e.g. YOUR DOOR
IS 40MM THICK): MEASURE THE REQUIRED LENGTH
WITH AN ACCURATE RULER TO THE NEAREST
INDENTATION, MARK WITH A PERMANENT MARKER
AND TRIM AS REQUIRED
Notes:
The motor could be dislodged if the tailpiece is not cut properly and
is too long, due to excessive pressure. Warranty will be voided if
this occurs.
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4.4 Installation of the Outdoor Unit
1) Attach the rubber gasket to the back
of the outdoor unit.
2) Make sure the tail piece is vertical.
**Very important**
(ensure the inscribed word “UP ↑” is
orientated correctly)
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3) Make sure the deadbolt is engaged.
(use a Phillips screwdriver to extend the
deadbolt through the “cross” as shown)
**Very important**
If the bolt is NOT extended as shown
prior to mating the front and back units,
the lock will work in reverse. You will
then have to un-install the unit(s) to
extend the deadbolt to ensure proper
operation
4) Insert tail piece through the cross slot
of the latch.
5) Insert the connector and wire through
the cylinder hole below the deadbolt
latch.
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6) Insert the two upper fixing posts
through the small upper holes on the
door (the newly drilled holes).
4.5 Installation of the Indoor Unit
1) Select the proper door opening
orientation on the back plate of the
Indoor Unit. If the door is left
handed, please push the orientation
selector switch to “L” position; if it’s
right handed, switch the selector to
“R” position. (see next page for
definition)
**Very Important**
If this switch is in the incorrect position,
the lock will not function properly
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2) Left handed doors are defined as
hinge on the left when you are
entering the home from outside. The
opposite is true for right handed
doors.
Right Handed/Left Handed
3) Plug wire set into circuit board,
making sure all prongs are firmly
seated.
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4) Press sheathing of wire casing into the
wire holder clamp.
5) Turn the manual turn knob to the
vertical position, facing downward.
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6) Insert the tail piece into the vertical
retaining slot of the indoor unit.
7) Gently finish joining the outdoor and
indoor units together, ensuring all
fixing posts are aligned properly.
8) Fasten the two shorter screws
through the upper fixing post holes on
the upper section of the inside unit.
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9) Fasten the two long screws through
the bottom fixing post holes on the
inside unit.
10) Move the manual turn knob back
and forth to ensure that deadbolt
opens and closes mechanically.
* Ensure the deadbolt extends a full
25mm (2.5cm) and retracts flush with
the strike plate
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11) Insert 4 high-quality AA batteries
12) Press the electronic open/close
button to ensure that the deadbolt
opens and closes electronically.
* Ensure the deadbolt extends a full
25mm (2.5cm) and retracts flush with
the strike plate
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4.6 Final inspection/adjustment prior to enrollment
Note: After installation and prior to using the unit, make sure
you read and follow the steps below:
① Turn the inside knob to the horizontal position; next turn it to the
vertical position (locked position). It should turn freely. If and
when the inside and outside locks are attached securely and the
inside knob doesn’t turn freely, see the trouble shooting table
below for possible solution. If the knob turns freely, continue
with the next step.
② Try to lock and unlock from outside by fully opening and closing
the sliding cover.
③ Try to lock and unlock from inside by pressing the Open/Close
button to ensure it works well electronically.
IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTE: WITHOUT ANY
FINGERPRINTS ENROLLED, THE NextBolt WILL LOCK
AND UNLOCK BY FULLY OPENING AND FULLY
CLOSING THE SLIDING COVER.
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5. Trouble Shooting
PROBLEMS
Indoor turn knob does
not turn or turns very
sluggishly
Bolt does not extend
fully (18mm instead
of 25mm
POSSIBLE
REASONS
SOLUTIONS
1.
Incorrect installation
1.
Make sure the tail piece was
inserted vertically through the
cross slot of the deadbolt and
slot of the indoor unit while the
turn knob was vertical (facing
down).
2.
Incorrect tailpiece
length
2.
Measure the door thickness and
swap or trim the tail piece per
section 4.3 of the installation
manual
Incorrect
adjustment
procedure (from
60mm to 70mm or
v.v.) of backset
during installation
1 Remove the units from
the door
2 if the backset tailpiece
slot is not showing in the
“+” position, the backset
has been adjusted
incorrectly. Refer to
section 3.2 of the
installation manual
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Indoor turn knob turns
but nothing happens.
1.
The tail piece did not
go through the cross
slot of the deadbolt;
1.
Remove and reinstall the
outdoor unit. Then insert the tail
piece through the cross slot of
the deadbolt and slot of the
indoor unit while the turn knob
is in vertical position (facing
down).
2.
Tail piece was
trimmed too short and
does not penetrate the
slot of the indoor unit;
2.
Contact the Actuator Systems
NextBolt dealer that you
purchased to lock from OR
Contact us at:
[email protected]
The sliding cover is fully
lifted to power on
without any fingerprint
enrolled inside, the
deadbolt does not
disengage or four alert
beeps are heard.
1.
Right & left hand
door configurations is
set incorrectly;
2.
The tail piece was not
set properly
When the sliding cover
is fully lifted and
immediately put down to
engage the deadbolt, but
the deadbolt does not
fully engage, or four
alert beeps are heard.
1.
Improper positioning
of the strike and strike
lining box. It may be
deflecting the
deadbolt.
1.
Correctly configure the unit for
left or right hand door swing per
section 4.5.
2.
Uninstall the outdoor unit and
keep the UP sign side of the tail
piece up and insert the tail
vertically through the cross slot
of the deadbolt while the turn
knob is in vertical position.
Check the position of the strike
and the strike lining box.
1.
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When the sliding cover
is lifted up during daily
use, nothing happens
(fingerprint scanner does
not blink)
1.
Batteries not inserted
correctly;
Remove & reinsert the batteries
following “+” and “—“ signs in
the battery house.
2.
2.
Six beeps are heard
when any function is
performed.
1.
Wires not connected
properly
Low Voltage
Check the connections and
make sure wires are fully
plugged in.
Change the batteries
Operation Manual
Operation Manual Helpful Hints
Please be sure to physically leave your door open until you have
successfully enrolled the first user (ADMINISTRATOR) into the
Actuator Systems NextBolt and have successfully verified the new
user’s fingerprint to unlock the door.
With no fingerprints enrolled in the Actuator Systems NextBolt,
the deadbolt will engage/disengage when the sliding cover is fully
opened and immediately closed.
Definitions of Indication Beeps:
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Single, Short Beep – Indicates that any operations sequence has
begun OR that the door has been successfully locked or unlocked
OR that the sliding cover has been left open for more than ten
seconds.
Single, Long Beep – Indicates that programming operation was
successful
Short, Double Beep – Indicates that individual fingerprint user
deletion sequence has begun.
Long Double Beep – Indicates that Delete All programming was
successful
Four Beeps – Indicates unsuccessful enrollment/unsuccessful
verification attempt OR Actuator Systems NextBolt was improperly
installed (see Installation Guide).
Five Beeps - Indicates the selected user was unsuccessfully deleted.
Six, Short Beeps – Low battery alert, change batteries
Common definitions of terms used when using the Actuator
Systems NextBolt:
Fingerprint Enrollment:
Process of adding fingerprints to the Actuator Systems NextBolt.
Enrolled Fingerprints:
Fingerprints that have been successfully added into the Actuator
Systems NextBolt.
Verifying Fingerprints:
Process of authentication by scanning enrolled fingerprints to:
A) Unlock the door
B) Authenticate Administrators enrolled fingerprints to program the
Actuator Systems NextBolt.
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Before enrolling and verifying fingerprints, make sure to
read the following helpful hints for Fingerprint
Enrollment and Verification:
Generally, the center of the vortex (swirl) of the fingerprint pattern is the
key data point; ideally, it is placed in the center of the small glass
window in a consistent way. Your finger should be flat, motionless and
held with light pressure in the same way each time. See the picture
below for some guiding drawings.
Light pressure when placing the finger on the scanner gives the best image,
but the finger must not move during scanning.
Moist fingers provide better images than dry ones. If on cold, dry days you
have difficulty, for example, try moistening your finger with your breath or
a little lotion.
Very dry, dirty or scarred fingers are obviously not recommended, since
they will obscure the fingerprint. The pointer finger is, by far, the best
fingerprint to enroll. The thumb is the second best digit.
If the pointer finger is difficult to enroll or verify, try enrolling the same
NON ADMIN fingerprint 2 or 3 times at slightly different angles. EX:
Enroll same pointer finger as users 3, 4 and 5. In the event you still have
trouble enrolling fingerprints we have included 2 fingerprint pads in your
box. Moisten your fingers with one of these pads prior to enrollment. These
dramatically increase the quality of the enrollment. Once enrolled these
pads may be discarded.
Always wait until the fingerprint scanner turns on to place your finger on
the scanning window. This is true for both fingerprint enrollment AND
verification.
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When trying to enroll or verify fingerprints in direct sunlight, be sure to
shade the sensor with your shadow, so sunlight will not reflect off of the
mirror in the sensor.
Important Programming Notes:
When Adding or Deleting Fingerprints, the closed sliding cover must be
fully lifted within 8 seconds after pressing the ADD or DEL button, or the
NextBolt will power off. If this occurs, simply close the sliding cover,
press the ADD or DEL button again and fully lift the sliding cover
immediately to restart the programming sequence.
The first two fingerprint users enrolled will automatically be programmed
as ADMINISTRATORS (Users 1 and 2). ADMINISTRATORS can apply
all programming functions as well as verify their fingerprints to unlock the
door.
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The 3rd thru 99th fingerprint users enrolled (Users 3 thru 99) are
automatically programmed at the USER level. USER level fingerprints can
only be used to unlock the door, not to program the lock.
Section I - Enrolling Administrators (First Fingerprint User):
Sliding cover must be closed before any programming sequence can begin.
As noted in the Helpful Hints section, the first two users that enroll their
fingerprints into the Actuator Systems NextBolt will automatically be
programmed as ADMINISTRATORS (Users 1 and 2).
ADMINISTRATORS can apply all programming functions as well as
verify their fingerprints to unlock the door.
Please note: the methodology for enrolling fingerprints after the first
enrolled fingerprint requires pressing the ADD/DELETE button(s)
AND the OPEN/CLOSE button* in sequence as directed by
Appendix A, henceforth described as the “keypress sequence”
* The OPEN/CLOSE button (when used in conjunction with enrollment
procedures, serves as a “function” or “enter” key) and must be pressed after
the combination code(s) or “keypress sequence” have been entered. If not
pressed, the memory will not accept the User code
Please also refer to our training videos for practical demonstrations
on enrollment procedures
Please also refer to our Knowledge Base for answers to many
frequently asked questions
You may also download our Quick Reference and Handy Enrollment
Table from the Support Section of our website
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Please use the following steps to enroll the first fingerprint user
(ADMINISTRATOR1/USER 1):
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
Remove the battery cover
from the indoor unit
Press the “ADD” button
located on the indoor unit
Single beep will be heard


Fully open the sliding cover
located on the outdoor unit
immediately
Sensor will flicker for less than
one second
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A single short beep will be heard and the
fingerprint sensor will power on
After the fingerprint sensor powers on ,
rest your pointer finger on the sensor
window during the first of three scans
Keep your pointer finger on the scanning
window thru all three scans.
After the scanning is completed you will
hear one of the following:
o Single, long beep indicating that
the operation was successful
OR
o Four beeps indicating that your
fingerprint was not successfully
enrolled. If you hear four beeps,
please start the enrollment
process over from the beginning
Close the sliding cover
(USER 2 through USER 99):
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Section II - Enrolling Fingerprint Users 2 thru 99:
Sliding cover must be closed before any programming sequence can
begin.
As noted in the Helpful Hints section, the third thru ninety-ninth
fingerprint users enrolled (Users 3 thru 99) are automatically
programmed at the USER level. USER level fingerprints can only be
used to unlock the door, not to program the lock, whereas enrolled
fingerprints 1 & 2 have Administrator rights..
Please use the following steps to enroll additional fingerprint
users (Users 2 thru 99 – [USER 2 has Administrator rights]):
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

Remove the battery cover
from the indoor unit
Press the “ADD” button
located on the indoor unit
Single beep will be heard
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

Fully open the sliding
cover located on the
outdoor unit immediately
Sensor will flicker for less
than one second
A single short beep will be heard
and the fingerprint sensor will
power on
After the fingerprint sensor powers
on, rest an ADMINISTRATOR’S
finger on the sensor window to
verify that they are an
Administrator
When the first Administrator’s
fingerprint is successfully verified,
the sensor will briefly turn off (for
less than one second)
Immediately remove the
ADMINSTRATOR’S finger and
enter the KEPRESS SEQUENCE
for the user number you wish to
enroll described in APPENDIX A
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A single short beep will be heard and
the fingerprint sensor will power on
Rest the new user’s pointer finger on
the sensor window during the first of
three scans
Keep your pointer finger on the
scanning window until you hear a
single long beep or four beeps.
After the scanning is completed you
will hear one of the following:
o Single, long beep indicating
that the operation was
successful
OR
o Four beeps indicating that
your fingerprint was not
successfully enrolled. If you
hear four beeps, please start
the enrollment process over
from the beginning
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
Once enrollment begins users can be
enrolled consecutively without the need
to verify the administrator again. After
you hear the long beep simply enter in
the next KEYPRESS SEQUENCE from
the APPENDIX A for the next user.

Close the sliding cover to end the
enrollment procedure.
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Section III – Deleting Individual Fingerprint Users:
Sliding cover must be closed before any programming sequence can
begin.
The Individual Fingerprint User Deletion programming function
deletes the individual user you select from your enrolled users.
Please use the following steps to delete individual fingerprint
users:
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
With the battery cover removed,
press the “DEL” button located on
the indoor unit
Short, Double Beep will be heard
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




Fully open the sliding cover located
on the outdoor unit immediately
Sensor will flicker for less than one
second
A single short beep will be
heard and the fingerprint sensor
will power on
Rest an Administrator’s
fingerprint on the scanning
window
When the LED light goes out
enter the keypress sequence.
(The chart is in Appendix A of
this manual).
o If you hear four beeps
this indicates that the
Administrator was not
recognized. If you hear
five beeps this indicates
the user deletion was not
successful. Begin again
from the first step of
Section III.
When one long beep is hear the user has been deleted successfully.
Once the deletion is successful you are not required to verify the
administrator to remove additional users. Simply enter the next user
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ID sequence and wait for the long beep for each user you wish to
remove. Close the sliding cover to end the deletion procedure.


Close the sliding cover
Repeat steps from the beginning of
Section III to delete the next most
recently enrolled fingerprint user.
Section IV – Deleting ALL Fingerprint Users:
Sliding cover must be closed before any programming sequence can
begin.
Deleting ALL enrolled fingerprint users will reset the lock and all
users (including Administrators fingerprints) will be deleted.
With no fingerprints enrolled in the Actuator Systems NextBolt, the
deadbolt will engage/disengage when the sliding cover is fully
opened and immediately closed.
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Please use the following steps to delete ALL fingerprint users:
1.
Press and hold the DEL button.
2.
While holding down the DEL button add the other two
buttons (ADD & OPEN/CLOSE). Now all three buttons on the lock
will be held down.
3.
When one long beep is heard, pull the outside cover up and
place the Admin finger on the sensor for verification when the
sensor light turns on.
4.
Once one long beep is heard, the lock is reset successfully.

Close the sliding cover
IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTE:
WITHOUT ANY FINGERPRINTS
ENROLLED, THE NEXTBOLT WILL
LOCK AND UNLOCK BY FULLY
OPENING AND FULLY
CLOSING THE SLIDING COVER.
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Section V – Unlocking the Actuator Systems NextBolt from
outside:
In case of emergency, override keys can be used to disengage the
deadbolt.
Please use the following steps to unlock the Actuator Systems
NextBolt from outside, with your enrolled fingerprint:

Fully lift the sliding cover located on
the outdoor unit.
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

A single short beep will be heard and the
fingerprint sensor will power on
After the fingerprint sensor powers on, rest
any enrolled fingerprint on the sensor
window to verify.
If fingerprint verification is successful,
the deadbolt will disengage and a
single, short beep will be heard; If
verification of enrolled fingerprint was
not successful, then 4 short beeps will
be heard. If this happens, the
fingerprint scanner will still turn on
two additional times enabling users to
try more. If all the two additional
verification attempts still fail, please
start the unlocking process over again,
from the beginning of this section.

Close the sliding cover
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Section VI – Locking the Actuator Systems NextBolt from
Outside:
In case of emergency, override keys can be used to engage the
deadbolt.
Please use the following steps to lock the Actuator Systems
NextBolt from outside (when leaving):



Make sure your door is closed
Open and immediately close the sliding cover
Deadbolt will engage and a single, short beep will be
heard
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Section VII – Locking and Unlocking the Actuator Systems
NextBolt from Inside:
In case of emergency, manual turn knob can be used to disengage the
deadbolt.
Please use the following steps to lock and unlock the Actuator
Systems NextBolt from inside:


Press the ”OPEN/CLOSE”
button (located between the
ADD and DEL buttons)
Deadbolt will
engage/disengage and single,
short beep will be heard.
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Support:
Contact the Actuator Systems NextBolt dealer that you purchased the
lock from OR
Contact us at: [email protected] for additional
support.
Training videos of the NextBolt can be found at:
http://www.advancedactuators.com.au/support/training-videos/
Support documentation can be found at:
http://www.advancedactuators.com.au/support/nextboltdocumentation-9/
FAQ’s for the NextBolt can be found at:
http://www.advancedactuators.com.au/kb/
Quick Reference Guide and Handy Enrolment table can be
downloaded at:
http://www.advancedactuators.com.au/support/nextboltdocumentation-9/
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APPENDIX A
FINGERPRINT ENROLLMENT CODES
REAL USER ID
CODE
KEYPRESS SEQUENCE + OPEN/CLOSE (O/CB)
1
ADD +
2
ADD/DEL + O/CB
3
ADD/ADD + O/CB
4
ADD/DEL/DEL + O/CB
5
ADD/DEL/ADD + O/CB
6
ADD/ADD/DEL + O/CB
7
ADD/ADD/ADD + O/CB
8
ADD/DEL/DEL/DEL + O/CB
9
ADD/DEL/DEL/ADD + O/CB
10
ADD/DEL/ADD/DEL + O/CB
11
ADD/DEL/ADD/ADD + O/CB
12
ADD/ADD/DEL/DEL + O/CB
13
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FINGER USED L/R
DATE
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ADD/ADD/ADD/DEL + O/CB
15
ADD/ADD/ADD/ADD + O/CB
16
ADD/DEL/DEL/DEL/DEL + O/CB
17
ADD/DEL/DEL/DEL/ADD + O/CB
18
ADD/DEL/DEL/ADD/DEL + O/CB
19
ADD/DEL/DEL/ADD/ADD + O/CB
20
ADD/DEL/ADD/DEL/DEL+ O/CB
21
ADD/DEL/ADD/DEL/ADD + O/CB
22
ADD/DEL/ADD/ADD/DEL+ O/CB
23
ADD/DEL/ADD/ADD/ADD+ O/CB
24
ADD/ADD/DEL/DEL/DEL+ O/CB
25
ADD/ADD/DEL/DEL/ADD+ O/CB
26
ADD/ADD/DEL/ADD/DEL+ O/CB
27
ADD/ADD/DEL/ADD/ADD+ O/CB
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ADD/ADD/ADD/DEL/DEL+ O/CB
29
ADD/ADD/ADD/DEL/ADD+ O/CB
30
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ADD/DEL/DEL/DEL/DEL/ADD + O/CB
34
ADD/DEL/DEL/DEL/ADD/DEL + O/CB
35
ADD/DEL/DEL/DEL/ADD/ADD + O/CB
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ADD/DEL/DEL/ADD/DEL/DEL + O/CB
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ADD/DEL/DEL/ADD/DEL/ADD + O/CB
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ADD/DEL/DEL/ADD/ADD/DEL + O/CB
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ADD/DEL/DEL/ADD/ADD/ADD + O/CB
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ADD/ADD/ADD/DEL/ADD/DEL + O/CB
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ADD/ADD/ADD/DEL/ADD/ADD + O/CB
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ADD/ADD/ADD/ADD/DEL/DEL + O/CB
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ADD/ADD/ADD/ADD/DEL/ADD + O/CB
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ADD/ADD/ADD/ADD/ADD/DEL + O/CB
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ADD/ADD/ADD/ADD/ADD/ADD + O/CB
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ADD/DEL/DEL/DEL/ADD/DEL/DEL + O/CB
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ADD/DEL/DEL/DEL/ADD/DEL/ADD + O/CB
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ADD/DEL/DEL/DEL/ADD/ADD/DEL + O/CB
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ADD/DEL/DEL/DEL/ADD/ADD/ADD + O/CB
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ADD/DEL/DEL/ADD/DEL/DEL/DEL + O/CB
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ADD/DEL/DEL/ADD/ADD/DEL/DEL + O/CB
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ADD/DEL/DEL/ADD/ADD/ADD/DEL + O/CB
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ADD/DEL/DEL/ADD/ADD/ADD/ADD + O/CB
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We would like to personally thank you for your purchase of our exciting NextBolt NX Series
biometric deadbolt lock from Actuator Systems. We hope you enjoy using it as much as we
enjoy developing this technology for you.
For more helpful information about your NextBolt please visit
www.advancedactuators.com.au/support.php or our knowledgebase at
http://www.advancedactuators.com.au/kb/
For all Tech Support Questions:
Call: 1300 905 299 or email: [email protected]
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Here are a few answers to common installation questions. (These account for 90% of the inquiries we
receive to our technical support department).
1)
When you mate the front and back of the lock together insure the bolt is in the *locked*
(out) position and the knob is pointing directly down. This will cause the notch the tailpiece
fits into to be in a vertical position.
2)
Insure the wire that runs between the two lock pieces does not interfere with the rotation of
the tailpiece.
3)
Issues with fingerprint recognition are due to a poor enrollment 95% of the time. High
quality enrollments are the key to fast and reliable operation of your new lock. Ensure when
you place your finger on the pad for enrollment that as much of your finger as possible is in
contact with the sensor. Do not move your finger while it is being scanned – wait until
you hear the long beep. Keep even pressure applied to the center of the fingerprint pad.
You can enroll the same finger more than one time. It also can help enrollment if the finger
you use is not overly dry.
a.
On our website (www.advancedactuators.com.au) we offer inexpensive
disposable fingerprint enhancement pads. These pads are only necessary in the
event you had trouble enrolling. To use just wipe your finger with one of the
pads 5 seconds before enrollment (they are ONLY used for enrollment). These
pads considerably enhance the quality of the ridges of the fingerprint.
Thanks again from your friends at Actuator Systems!
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