ECSL-0601A (User Manual 2009-2-9).pub

ECSL-0601A (User Manual 2009-2-9).pub
b.
closing the door to make sure the code is correct.
Operations between adjacent steps need be finished in 10 seconds. Otherwise, the system sets
back to standby status.
Specifications:
Doc.No.:ECSL0601A071109
Version No.: V2.0020090209(E)
Operating and Installation Instructions
Model:ECSL-0601A
Electronic Combination Controller
Power Supply:
DC 9V
Power Supply Range:
DC 4.5V-12V
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Standby Current :
<15µA
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Active Current:
<20mA
Battery Low Voltage:
5.2±0.2V
Working Temperature:
0℃~ +49℃
Working Humidity (max): <90%
Password Length:
6 Digits
Mechanical System Life Span:
>10,000 Cycles (evaluated by UL)
>100,000 Cycles (not evaluated by UL)
SecuRam Systems Inc. U.S.A.
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ATTENTIONS:
For indoor use only.
Battery Low Voltage: 5.2 ± 0.2V. The display will alert
low battery when battery voltage reaches 5.2±0.2V.
PLEASE REPLACE THE BATTERY IMMEDIATELY.
Battery Replacement Instructions
1) In the back of Entry Pad you will see one 9 V alkaline
battery. Take the battery out of the battery compartment. Gently pull on the battery until it drops out.
2) Gently remove the connector by unsnapping it from
the two terminals on the top of the battery.
Never Pull on the Battery Leads
3) Connect a new 9V Alkaline battery to the battery
clip.
4) Put the battery and the leads completely back into
the battery compartment.
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Mounting and wiring refer to the instruction in
this manual
FEATURES:
USER OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Manufacturer default 1-2-3-4-5-6
2. Function of Code
a. Unlock
b. Change code
3. Wrong Entry Penalty
Entry of four (4) consecutive invalid codes results in
a 5-minute delay period.
i. The unit beeps at 5 second intervals.
ii. During delay period, removing batteries, the
entry pad stops counting time; reinstalling batteries, the entry pad continues to count down
until 5 minutes delay period finishes.
4. Standby Status
The entry pad will turn into a standby status with a
long beep sound if there is no operation in 10 seconds after the system is activated.
5. Automatic Re-lock
The entry pad will re-lock in 4 seconds after a valid
entry is made and the door is open.
6. Low Battery Alert
a. Entry pad repeated beeping during an unlocking
indicates that the battery is low and needs immediate replacement.
b. Manufacturer recommends the use of 9-Volt premier alkaline batteries and an annual maintenance
replacement of the batteries.
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1. ALWAYS PERFORM OPERATIONS
WITH THE ENTRY PAD UNLOCK.
2. Before closing the door, make sure all the
changes are correct.
3. Do not set the user code to six “0”.
1. Change Code
a. Enter “0” six times. One Beep sounds, which
indicates the entry is valid and the system is
awaiting the code changing.
b. Enter the existing six (6) digits code one time.
One Beep sounds, which indicates the entry is
valid.
c. Enter a new six (6) digits code one time. One
Beep sounds, which indicates the entry is valid.
d. Re-enter the new six (6) digits code. One Beep
sounds, which indicates the codes entered in
steps c and d are the same and the code changing process is successful.
e. If Three Beeps sound, the changing process
fails. The existing code is still valid. Repeat
steps a to d.
Note:
a. Verify the new code at least 3 times before
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