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Digital Keyless Entry System
Installation and Programming Instructions
(760) 438-7000 • FAX (760) 438-7043
USA & Canada (800) 421-1587 & (800) 392-0123
Toll Free FAX (800) 468-1340
www.linearcorp.com
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . .
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . .
FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . .
COMPONENT LOCATIONS . . .
WIRING DIAGRAM . . . . . .
INSTALLATION . . . . . . . .
FACTORY DEFAULTS . . . . . .
BASIC PROGRAMMING . . . .
PROGRAMMING OPTIONS . .
ACCESSKEY OPERATION . . . .
MANAGER’S ENTRY CODE LOG
LINEAR LIMITED WARRANTY .
FCC NOTICE . . . . . . . . . .
SPECIFICATIONS
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MECHANICAL
Case dimensions:
ELECTRICAL
Voltage:
Current:
Outputs:
4.00" W x 5.50" H x 3.00" D
12-24 Volts AC or DC
10 mA typical, 150 mA maximum
Relay #1
Form “C” 5 Amps @ 24 Volts maximum
Relay #2
Form “C” 1 Amp @ 24 Volts maximum
Solid state outputs (Outputs #3 & #4)
Short-to-common 100 mA
@ 24 VDC maximum
ENVIRONMENTAL
Temperature: -22°F to 149°F (-30°C to 65°C)
Humidity: 5% to 95% non-condensing
INTRODUCTION
Linear’s AccessKey is a digital keyless entry system
designed for access control applications. The keypad is
housed in a rugged cast aluminum enclosure that can be
mounted to a pedestal or bolted directly to a wall. The
die-cast keys have bright, easy-to-read yellow graphics.
FEATURES
Up to 480 entry codes, from 1 to 6 digits in length, can be
programmed. They can activate either, or both, of the relay
outputs. Relay #1 has a 5 Amp capacity. Relay #2 has a
1 Amp capacity.
KEYPAD PROGRAMMABLE
Two LED indicators show the status of the entry system.
The left LED lights red to indicate power, then turns green
when access is granted. The right LED lights yellow when
the keypad is in “lockout” condition (from too many
incorrect code entries). The keypad’s courtesy light
illuminates the keys for two minutes after any key is pressed.
An internal sounder beeps when each key is pressed.
4 INDEPENDENT OUTPUTS (TIMED/TOGGLED)
The DOOR SENSE/INHIBIT input can be used two ways.
If programmed for “door sense”, a switch on the door
detects forced entry or door ajar situations. If programmed
for “inhibit”, the input can be wired to a “service” switch or
automatic timer that will disable the Relay #1 when
required.
TWO LED INDICATORS
The REQUEST-TO-ENTER input can be wired to a
pushbutton or fire access keyswitch to provide codeless
entry for authorized personnel. The “anti-passback”
feature prevents using the same code twice before the
programmed time elapses.
The ALARM SHUNT output activates when access is
granted. This output can be wired to shunt alarm contacts
on the access door/gate to prevent triggering of an alarm
when authorized access occurs.
Two solid state outputs, capable of switching 100 mA to
common, are programmable to signal forced entry, door
ajar, lockout, alarm circuit shunting, request-to-enter, and
keypad active conditions.
The AccessKey is powered from a 12-24 Volt AC or DC
source. Power can be obtained from the access device or
a separate power supply. The EEPROM memory retains
all entry codes and programming, even without power.
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480 ENTRY CODE CAPACITY
1-6 DIGIT ENTRY CODE LENGTH
4 INDEPENDENT TIMERS
EACH ENTRY CODE CAN BE PROGRAMMED TO ACTIVATE EITHER OR
BOTH RELAYS
RELAY CONTACTS ARE FORM “C” (N.O. & N.C)
SOLID STATE OUTPUTS ARE OPEN COLLECTOR (SWITCH-TO-COMMON)
COURTESY LAMP
PIEZO SOUNDER
TIMED ANTI-PASSBACK (LAST 3 VALID ENTRIES)
KEYPAD LOCKOUT
TACTILE KEY FEEL
DOOR SENSE INPUT
INHIBIT INPUT
REQUEST-TO-ENTER INPUT
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COMPONENT LOCATIONS
RED/GREEN
POWER/ACCESS
INDICATOR
YELLOW
"LOCKOUT"
INDICATOR
JUMPER JP2
RESETS
MASTER CODE
TERMINAL
BLOCK J3
OUTPUTS
NIGHT
LIGHT
TACTILE
KEYPAD
TERMINAL BLOCK J4
POWER AND INPUTS
JUMPER JP1
REMOVE TO
REDUCE
BEEPER SOUND
KEYLOCK
Figure 1. Component Locations
WIRING DIAGRAM
TYPICAL GATE INSTALLATION WIRING
TYPICAL DOOR INSTALLATION WIRING
ACCESSKEY
ACCESSKEY
J3
J3
N.O. 1
RELAY #1
N.O. 1
COMMON 2
RELAY #1
N.C. 3
J4
N.C. 3
J4
OUTPUT #3 4
1
POWER
2
3 INHIBIT
RELAY #2
4 COMMON
5 REQUEST-TO-ENTER
6 EARTH GROUND
COMMON 2
OUTPUT #3 4
OUTPUT #4 5
1
N.O. 6
2
OUTPUT #4 5
POWER
3 DOOR SENSE
COMMON 7
N.O. 6
RELAY #2
4 COMMON
N.C. 8
COMMON 7
N.C. 8
5 REQUEST-TO-ENTER
COMMON 9
GROUND
TO ALARM
SYSTEM
6 EARTH GROUND
COMMON 9
GROUND
OPEN
INHIBIT
TIMER
FIRE
ACCESS
ALARM CONTACT
REQUIRED WIRING
AUXILIARY
POWER
ELECTRIC
DOOR
STRIKE
OPEN
OPTIONAL WIRING
GATE OPERATOR
POWER
SUPPLY
TO ALARM
SYSTEM
DOOR SWITCH
Figure 2. Wiring Diagram
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INSTALLATION
To avoid damage to the unit from static discharges,
connect the EARTH GROUND terminal to a good earth
grounding point. Suggested wiring size is 18 AWG for earth
ground and power (up to 500 feet of 18 AWG wire can be
run for power, use larger wire for longer runs). Use
22 AWG or larger (depending on the load) for all other
connections.
PEDESTAL
! CAUTION: If the unit is AC powered, and one
side of the power transformer secondary is
connected to earth ground, connect the
grounded side to the “-” power terminal of the
unit.
Select a location for the keypad. For door access control
installations, mount the keypad near the controlled door.
For gate control installations, mount the keypad in clear
view of the gate, but far enough from the gate so the user
cannot touch the gate from the keypad.
# WARNING: TO AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR
DEATH, MAKE SURE THAT THE UNIT IS FAR
ENOUGH FROM THE GATE SO THAT THE USER
CANNOT TOUCH THE GATE WHILE OPERATING
THE KEYPAD. HOWEVER, THE GATE MUST BE
FULLY VISIBLE FROM THE KEYPAD.
Pedestal Mounting
The AccessKey keypad can be mounted on a standard
pedestal.
MOUNT BACKPLATE WITH
SECURITY BOLTS AND LOCKNUTS
Figure 3. Pedestal Mounting Keypad Backplate
WALL MOUNTING
Use four security bolts and locking nuts to secure the
keypad’s backplate to the pedestal (see Figure 3).
Wall Mounting
The AccessKey keypad can be mounted directly to a wall
or flat surface.
Use the appropriate fasteners to secure the keypad’s
backplate to the mounting surface.
When mounting the keypad to a concrete wall, use
concrete wedge anchors or molly anchors (see
Figure 4).
USE CONCRETE
WEDGE ANCHORS
OR MOLLY ANCHORS
Figure 4. Wall Mounting Keypad Backplate
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Gate Control
Route four wires between the gate and the keypad (two
for power, two for control).
Connect the gate operator’s auxiliary or radio power
output terminals to the keypads POWER input
terminals (observe wiring polarity).
Connect the gate operator’s OPEN terminals to the
keypad’s Relay #1 COMMON & N.O. terminals.
NOTE: For operator wiring specifics, refer to the
gate operator’s wiring diagram.
If a request-to-enter pushbutton or fire access
keyswitch is going to be used, route two wires from the
keypad to the normally open switch. Connect the wires
to the normally open switch and to the keypad’s
REQUEST-TO-ENTER and COMMON terminals.
If an inhibit switch or timer is going to be used, route
two wires from the keypad to the inhibit switch or timer
relay. Connect the inhibit switch/timer terminals to the
keypad’s INHIBIT and COMMON terminals.
NOTE: If the INHIBIT input is going to be used, it
must be programmed to select that input type. See
the Programming Options section of this manual.
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Door Control
Install a low voltage electric door strike for unlocking
the door.
Choose a location for the power supply or transformer.
Route two wires between the power supply and the
keypad. Connect the power supply’s output terminals
to the keypads POWER input terminals (observe wiring
polarity).
Route two wires between the door strike and the
keypad. Connect one of the door strike wires to the
keypad’s Relay #1 N.O. terminal. Connect the other
door strike wire to the keypad’s POWER + terminal.
Connect a wire between the keypad’s POWER terminal and the Relay #1 COMMON terminal.
If a request-to-enter pushbutton or fire access
keyswitch is going to be used, route two wires from the
keypad to the normally open switch. Connect the wires
to the normally open switch and to the keypad’s
REQUEST-TO-ENTER and COMMON terminals.
To use the door sense feature to detect forced entry or
door ajar conditions, install a normally closed door
switch on the door and route two wires from the switch
to the keypad. Connect the door switch to the keypad’s
DOOR SENSE and COMMON terminals.
If an inhibit switch or timer is going to be used, route
two wires from the switch or timer to the keypad.
Connect the inhibit switch/timer terminals to the
keypad’s INHIBIT and COMMON terminals.
NOTE: Either door sense or inhibit can be used.
Both features cannot be used at the same time.
DOOR
SENSE
SWITCH
ACCESSKEY
KEYPAD
FIRE
ACCESS
KEYSWITCH
GATE
OPERATOR
(BEHIND GATE)
2 WIRES FOR
REQUEST-TO-ENTER
2 WIRES
FOR DOOR
SENSE
ACCESSKEY
KEYPAD
2 WIRES
FOR
POWER
2 WIRES FROM ACCESSKEY
TO TRIGGER GATE OPEN
2 WIRES FROM OPERATOR
FOR ACCESSKEY POWER
ELECTRIC
DOOR
STRIKE
Figure 5. Gate Installation
2 WIRES
FOR DOOR
STRIKE
FROM
POWER
SUPPLY
Figure 6. Door Installation
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FACTORY DEFAULTS
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Setting Entry Code Length
MASTER PROGRAMMING CODE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123456
ENTRY CODE LENGTH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 DIGITS
REQUEST-TO-ENTER OUTPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RELAY #1
ALARM SHUNT OUTPUT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DISABLED
FORCED ENTRY OUTPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OUTPUT #3
DOOR AJAR OUTPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OUTPUT #4
RELAY #1 ON TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 SECONDS
RELAY #2 ON TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 SECONDS
SOLID STATE OUTPUT #3 ON TIME. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 SECONDS
SOLID STATE OUTPUT #4 ON TIME. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 SECONDS
DOOR SENSE/INHIBIT INPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DOOR SENSE
KEYPAD LOCKOUT OUTPUT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DISABLED
KEYPAD ACTIVE OUTPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DISABLED
BEEPER SOUNDS WHEN KEY PRESSED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . YES
BEEPER SOUNDS DURING RELAY #1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NO
BEEPER SOUNDS DURING RELAY #2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NO
BEEPER SOUNDS DURING OUTPUT #3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NO
BEEPER SOUNDS DURING OUTPUT #4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NO
KEYPAD LOCKOUT COUNT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 TRIES BEFORE LOCKOUT
ANTI-PASSBACK TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NO ANTI-PASSBACK
BASIC PROGRAMMING
When the AccessKey is in programming mode, both LEDs
will turn off until programming begins. After a programming
option number is entered the yellow LED will blink. This
indicates that the AccessKey is ready to accept the new
programming data. After the new data entry is complete,
the green LED will light while the data is being stored. The
red LED will light if any programming data is entered
incorrectly, and the command will have to be fully re-entered.
Default: 4 digits
Press: 0 3 # Length #
Length = 1 - 6 for entry code length
NOTE: If the Entry Code Length is going to be
changed from the factory default of four digits, make
this change first, before programming any entry
codes.
Adding a New Entry Code
Press: 0 1 # Code # Code # Relay #
Code = The new entry code:
1-999999, depending on code length
Relay = Relay output entry code will activate:
1 = Relay #1 2 = Relay #2
3 = Both Relays
The yellow LED will flash quickly while the AccessKey
searches its memory for available space and duplicate
entries. The green LED will light when the new code is
stored.
If the new entry code chosen is already being used for
another entry code, the red LED will light. A new unique
code needs to be entered.
NOTE: Leading zeros (zeros before the code
number, i.e. 0001) do not need to be entered when
programming a new entry code. The AccessKey will
internally add any zeros to fill all digits determined
by the entry code length setting. Leading zeros will
have to be entered by the user when entering their
code to gain access.
Erasing a Single Entry Code
Entering Programming Mode
The 6-digit Master Programming Code (default = 123456)
is used to enter Programming Mode.
Press:
# 9 # Master Code
Master Code = the current 6-digit Master Programming Code
Exiting Programming Mode
Press:
Press: 0 2 # Code # Code #
Code = The entry code to delete.
The yellow LED will flash quickly while the AccessKey
searches its memory for the code to erase. The green LED
will light when the code is erased.
Erasing All Entry Codes
# WARNING: Performing this command will
remove all entry codes from the memory.
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The red LED will light when Programming Mode is exited.
NOTE: The Accesskey will automatically exit
Programming Mode after two minutes of inactivity.
Press: 9 7 # 0 0 0 0 0 0 # 0 0 0 0 0 0 #
NOTE: The green LED will light while the memory is
being erased. This may take up to 15 seconds.
Re-entering a Command After a Mistake
If the red LED lights, indicating an incorrect entry, or a
wrong key is pressed during programming, to clear the
keypad and re-enter the command:
Press:
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Changing the 6-Digit Master Programming Code
Press: 9 8 # Master Code # Master Code #
Master Code = The new 6-digit Master Programming Code
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New master code: _____________________
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PROGRAMMING OPTIONS
There are several AccessKey programming options. For
most installations, the factory set default options are
sufficient. The keypad must be in programming mode
to make these changes.
Programming Accesskey to Hold the Output
Linear’s AccessKey products have a programmable
“Toggle Mode” available for each relay and solid-state
output. When an output is programmed for Toggle Mode,
the output alternates from OFF to ON or from ON to OFF
each time it is activated.
The rules for a toggle output are:
If the output is OFF, it will turn ON and stay on until
the next activation.
If the output is ON, it will turn OFF and stay off until
the next activation.
Typical Programming
With the unit in Program Mode, set the Auxiliary Relay (Relay
#2) output to Toggle Mode using the following keystrokes:
When programmed for DOOR SENSE, if an open condition
on the input occurs before access is granted (with an entry
code or with the request-to-enter input) a FORCED
ENTRY output will occur. If an open condition remains
60 seconds after a relay activation for access, a DOOR
AJAR output will occur.
When programmed for INHIBIT, a closed condition on the
input will prevent relay #1 from activating when access is
requested (with an entry code). This mode is typically used
with an external timer to disable the access device at
certain times.
Select Forced Entry Output
Default: Output #3
Sets which output activates if the Door Sense input opens before
access is granted. This output is not timed.
Press: 1 1 # Output #
Output = Output to Activate (0-4)
1 = Relay #1 2 = Relay #2 3 = Output #3
4 = Output #4 0 = No Output
Press: 2 2 # 9 9 #
22= Programming Step; 99 = Toggle Mode
Program all normal entry codes to use the Main Relay
(Relay #1), and only Relay #1 as the output relay. Program
the code(s) that you want to use to gold the output for an
indefinite period to the Auxiliary Relay (Relay #2). See the
following example that sets entry codes 1234 for normal
and 5678 for toggle operation.
Press: 0 1 # 1 2 3 4 # 1 2 3 4 # 1 #
1234
NORMAL
ENTRY CODE
01 = Programming Step; 1234 = Entry Code;
1 = Main Relay
Press: 0 1 # 5 6 7 8 # 5 6 7 8 # 2 #
5678
TOGGLE
ENTRY CODE
01 = Programming Step; 5678 = Entry Code;
2 = Auxiliary Relay
Typical Wiring
For devices triggered by a normally open circuit, wire the
contacts of the Main and Auxiliary Relays in parallel (see
the Figure below). Either relay will be able to trigger the
access device. Entry codes programmed for the Auxiliary
Relay will be able to hold the output on.
N.O.
MAIN
RELAY
ACCESS
DEVICE
COMMON
N.C.
ACCESSKEY
OUTPUTS
N.O.
AUXILIARY
RELAY
COMMON
EITHER RELAY CAN TRIGGER
THE ACCESS DEVICE
N.C.
Select Door Sense or Inhibit Input
Default: Door Sense
The input on terminal block J4, terminal #3 can be
programmed for DOOR SENSE or INHIBIT.
Press: 1 0 # Input#
Input = 1 for Inhibit,
= 0 for Door Sense
Select Door Ajar Output
Default: Output #4
Sets which output activates if the Door Sense input stays open after
access is granted. This output is not timed.
Press: 1 2 # Output #
Output = Output to Activate (0-4)
1 = Relay #1 2 = Relay #2 3 = Output #3
4 = Output #4 0 = No Output
Select Keypad Lockout Output
Default: No Output
Sets which output activates when the keypad is “locked out” after too
many incorrect entry code attempts. The lockout time is 60 seconds.
Press: 1 3 # Output #
Output = Output to Activate (0-4)
1 = Relay #1 2 = Relay #2 3 = Output #3
4 = Output #4 0 = No Output
Select Keypad Active Output
Default: No Output
Sets which output activates when any keys are pressed. This output
is timed. If toggle mode is selected, the timer value defaults to 2
seconds.
Press: 1 4 # Output #
Output = Output to Activate (0-4)
1 = Relay #1 2 = Relay #2 3 = Output #3
4 = Output #4 0 = No Output
Select Alarm Shunt Output
Default: No Output
Sets which output activates during the time access is granted. (Use
this output to shunt alarm contacts attached to the access door.) This
output may be timed or latched.
Press: 1 5 # Output #
Output = Output to Activate (0-4)
1 = Relay #1 2 = Relay #2 3 = Output #3,
4 = Output #4 0 = No Output
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Select Request-to-Enter Output
Default: Relay #1
Sets which output activates when the Request-to-Enter input is
grounded. This output may be timed or toggled.
Beep Sounds During Output #3
Default: No
Selects whether or not the keypad beeps during Output #3 activation.
Press: 1 6 # Output #
Press: 4 3 # Sound #
Sound = 1 for Yes
= 0 for No
Output = Output to Activate (0-4)
1 = Relay #1 2 = Relay #2 3 = Output #3
4 = Output #4 0 = No Output
Relay #1 On-time
Default: 2 Seconds
Sets the length of time Relay #1 activates when triggered.
Press: 2 1 # Seconds #
Beep Sounds During Output #4
Default: No
Selects whether or not the keypad beeps during Output #4 activation.
Press: 4 4 # Sound #
Sound = 1 for Yes
= 0 for No
Seconds = Output time in seconds (0-60)
99 = Toggle mode
Relay #2 On-time
Default: 2 Seconds
Sets the length of time Relay #2 activates when triggered.
Press: 2 2 # Seconds #
Keypad Lockout Count
Default: 3 Tries
Sets the number of incorrect entry code attempts allowed before the
keypad “locks out”.
Press: 5 0 # Attempts #
Seconds = Output time in seconds (0-60)
99 = Toggle mode
Attempts = Number of attempts before lockout (2-7)
Solid-state Output #3 On-time
Default: 2 Seconds
Sets the length of time Output #3 activates when triggered.
Anti-passback Time
Default: No Anti-passback
Sets the length of time an entry code will not function after it is used.
Press: 2 3 # Seconds #
Press: 5 1 # Minutes #
Seconds = Output time in seconds (0-60)
99 = Toggle mode
Minutes = Time in Minutes (1-4)
0 = No Anti-passback
Solid-state Output #4 On-time
Default: 2 Seconds
Sets the length of time Output #4 activates when triggered.
Press: 2 4 # Seconds #
Seconds = Output time in seconds (0-60)
99 = Toggle mode
Beep Sounds on Keystrokes
Default: Yes
Selects whether or not the keypad beeps as each key is pressed.
Press: 4 0 # Sound #
Sound = 1 for Yes
= 0 for No
Beep Sounds During Relay #1
Default: No
Selects whether or not the keypad beeps during Relay #1 activation.
Press: 4 1 # Sound #
Sound = 1 for Yes
= 0 for No
Beep Sounds During Relay #2
Default: No
Selects whether or not the keypad beeps during Relay #2 activation.
Press: 4 2 # Sound #
Sound = 1 for Yes
= 0 for No
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Master Reset
! CAUTION: Performing a master reset will clear
the entire memory of the AccessKey and return
all programmable options to the factory default
values. ALL ENTRY CODES WILL BE ERASED.
STEP 1 Disconnect power from the keypad.
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keys.
STEP 2 Press and hold down the
STEP 3 Apply power to the keypad, continue holding the
keys down until the red LED starts flashing.
STEP 4 Release the keys. The red and yellow LEDs will
remain lit until the process is complete, then the
yellow LED will go out.
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Resetting the Master Code
STEP 1 Open the AccessKey case.
STEP 2 Locate jumper JP2. This jumper is used to reset
the master code.
STEP 3 With power applied to the keypad, remove jumper
JP2. The keypad will begin to beep, signaling that
the code has been reset.
STEP 4 Replace jumper JP2.
THE MASTER PROGRAMMING CODE IS NOW 123456.
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Solid State Outputs
The two solid state outputs (Output #3 & Output #4) can
be programmed to activate during various conditions.
These outputs can be used to activate indicators or
sounders. See Figure 7 for wiring examples using the solid
state outputs.
Locking Keypad
After the installation is complete. Lock the keypad using
the keylock (see Figure 9).
ACCESSKEY
POWER
ELECTRONIC
BEEPER
1K Ω
1K Ω
LED
LED
EACH
OUTPUT
100 mA
MAXIMUM
OUTPUT #3
OUTPUT #4
EXAMPLE 1: OUTPUT #3 LIGHTS AN LED,
OUTPUT #4 LIGHTS AN LED AND SOUNDS A BEEPER
EACH
OUTPUT
100 mA
MAXIMUM
OUTPUT #3
LOW VOLTAGE
LAMP
OUTPUT #4
POWER
SOURCE
N.O. ZONE
END-OF-LINE
RESISTOR
ALARM PANEL
COMMON
GROUND
HOOK KEYPAD
ONTO BACKPLATE
USE KEY TO
LOCK KEYPAD
COMMON
Figure 9. Locking the Keypad Case
EXAMPLE 2: OUTPUT #3 LIGHTS A LAMP POWERED FROM AN EXTERNAL
SOURCE, OUTPUT #4 TRIGGERS A NORMALLY OPEN ALARM PANEL ZONE
Figure 7. Using the Solid State Outputs
Beeper Sound Level
The keypad’s beeper can be set to low or high level.
If the keypad’s beeper is too loud for the keypad’s
location, remove jumper JP1 (see Figure 8).
REMOVE JUMPER JP1 TO REDUCE
THE SOUND LEVEL OF THE BEEPER
Figure 8. Removing Beeper Jumper
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ACCESSKEY OPERATION
Users of the AccessKey have up to 40 seconds to
key in their entry code.
Up to eight seconds are allowed between each
keystroke.
All digits of the entry code must be entered.
Example: If the code is 0042, the user must enter
“0 0 4 2”.
If the wrong key is pressed, pressing the
key
will reset the keypad. The correct code can then be
re-entered.
After a correct code is entered, the red LED will
turn green and the programmed relay will activate
for the programmed time.
If the number of incorrect codes entered exceeds
the keypad lockout count, the yellow LED will light,
indicating that the keypad is locked out. The
lockout will remain for one minute.
After a valid code has been entered, it will be
unusable until the anti-passback time expires.
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RED LED TURNS
GREEN WHEN
ACCESS IS GRANTED
YELLOW LED WILL LIGHT
DURING KEYPAD LOCKOUT IF
TOO MANY INCORRECT CODES
ARE ENTERED
PRESS STAR KEY TO
RESET KEYPAD IF THE
WRONG KEY IS PRESSED
USERS HAVE UP TO
40 SECONDS TO ENTER
THEIR COMPLETE CODE
Figure 10. Operating AccessKey
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MANAGER’S ENTRY CODE LOG
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ENTRY CODE
RELAY NUMBER
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LINEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
FCC NOTICE
This Linear product is warranted against defects in
material and workmanship for twelve (12) months. The
Warranty Expiration Date is labeled on the product. This
warranty extends only to wholesale customers who
buy direct from Linear or through Linear’s normal
distribution channels. Linear does not warrant this
product to consumers. Consumers should inquire from
their selling dealer as to the nature of the dealer’s warranty,
if any. There are no obligations or liabilities on the part
of Linear corporation for consequential damages arising
out of or in connection with use or performance of this
product or other indirect damages with respect to loss
of property, revenue, or profit, or cost of removal,
installation, or reinstallation. All implied warranties,
including implied warranties for merchantability and implied
warranties for fitness, are valid only until Warranty Expiration
Date as labeled on the product. This Linear Corporation
Warranty is in lieu of all other warranties express or
implied.
Changes or modifications not expressly described in this
manual or approved by the manufacturer could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
All products returned for warranty service require a Return
Product Authorization Number (RPA#). Contact Linear
Technical Services at 1-800-421-1587 for an RPA# and
other important details.
° Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
° Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
° Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
° Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Copyright © 2002 Linear Corporation
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