LG-66E Audit Lock


FEATURES:

LG66E
      User Code
    1. Opens Lock
    2. Change Combination
      Wrong Entry Penalty
    1. Entry of four (4) consecutive invalid codes results in a 5-minute delay period.
      Low Battery Warning
    1. Repeated LED flashing and beeping during opening indicates battery is low and needs replacement.
      Automatic Re-lock
    1. The controller will re-lock in 4 seconds after a valid entry is made and the door is open.
    2. Audio/Visual Signals
    1. Double signal - two (2) LED flashes and two (2) beeps - indicates entry is valid or accepted.
    2. Triple signal - three (3) LED flashes and three (3) beeps - indicates invalid or not accepted.
      Single and Dual User Mode
    1. Single Mode: Open lock with one (1) code (manager or user code).
    2. Dual Mode: Open lock with two (2) codes (manager and user code).
      Time Delay and Time Window
    1. Time Delay: A time period waiting for opening lock. The maximum Time Delay is forty (40) minutes.
    2. Time Window: A time period for entering code(s) to open lock after Time Delay. The maximum Time Window is twenty (20) minutes.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:

      Always Perfrom this operation with the door open
    1. Before closing the door, make sure all the changes are correct.
      Opening the Lock
    1. Enter valid combination (and insert eKEY, if set up).
    2. The lock will signal a valid combination entry with a double signal.
    3. Within four (4) seconds, turn the keypad to the open position (clock-wise) if using a dead bolt style lock, or turn the handle to the open position if using a swing bolt style lock.
    4. Pull door open. Invalid Code Entry - Lock will signal three (3) times.
      WRONG TRY PENALTY
    1. Entry of four (4) consecutive invalid codes starts a 5-minute delay period. - LED flashed red at ten (10) second intervals.
    2. At the end of the delay period, two more consecutive invalid codes will restart an additional 5-minute delay period.
    3. During delay period a single keystroke will respond with three signals.

      NOTE:
    1. Verify the new master code at least 3 times before closing the door to make sure the code is correct.
    2. Operations between adjacent steps need be completed in 10 seconds. Otherwise, the lock system sets back to standby status.

      Changing Your Combination
      ALWAYS PERFORM THIS OPERATION WITH THE DOOR OPEN
    1. Enter existing code and hold down the last digit until unit double signals twice and the LED stays on. If eKEY is set up, enter existing combination, then insert and hold eKEY until unit double signals twice and the LED stays on
    2. Press the "0" key.
    3. Enter your NEW combination two times (and insert eKEY, if set up).
    4. If a mistake is made wait 30 seconds and repeat steps 1 - 3.
    5. Test lock operation several times before closing the door. CAUTION: When selecting a combination do not use birthday or other predictable data that could give correlation between the user and combination. Keep the combination secret.

      NOTE:
    1. Verify the new master code at least 3 times before closing the door to make sure the code is correct.
    2. Operations between adjacent steps need be completed in 10 seconds. Otherwise, the lock system sets back to standby status.

      Low Battery Warning
    1. Repeated LED flashing and beeping during an opening indicates that the battery is low and needs immediate replacement.
    2. Use only alkaline batteries [Example: Duracell ™ or Eveready ™ alkaline batteries]
    3. Use one (1) 9-Volt alkaline battery in the Small Battery Box or six (6) "C" cell alkaline batteries in the Large Battery Box.
    4. It is recommended that batteries be replaced at least once a year. If battery is depleted and will not allow lock to open:
    5. Hold a new 9-Volt alkaline battery on the contact points located on the front of the keypad (large battery terminal to large keypad contact, small battery terminal to small keypad contact).
    6. Enter a valid combination to open the lock (see OPENING THE LOCK).
      NOTE: You must maintain battery contact at all times throughout the procedure.
    7. Change batteries as directed below.
      The lock contains a non-volatile memory, and even with batteries removed, the lock will retain all programming.
      Changing the Batteries Battery Compartments
      Small Battery Box:
    1. Open safe door.
    2. Remove battery box cover by pulling the front portion away from the safe door.
    3. Remove battery by unsnapping it from the connector.
      CAUTION! Hold onto the battery connector to avoid pulling the wires out of the board.
    4. Connect a new 9-Volt alkaline battery to the battery connector.
    5. Push the battery and the leads completely into the battery compartment.
    6. Replace the cover and test the lock several times before closing the door.

    7. Large Battery Box:
    8. Open safe door.
    9. Remove battery box cover by pulling the front portion away from the safe door.
    10. Remove the six old "C" cell alkaline batteries.
    11. Insert six new "C" cell alkaline batteries.
    12. Replace the cover and test the lock several times before closing the door.
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