MSL-400 Lock


FEATURES:

MSL-400
      Seven Code Capacity
    1. Master Code: 7 - 7 - 7 - 7 - 7 - 7
    2. Manager Code: 0 - 0 - 0 - 0
    3. User 3-7 can be programmed

      1. NOTE:
      2. The Master Code in SINGLE USER MODE is used as an emergency override code
        [Enter * - Master Code - # and the USER CODE will be set back to the factory default code of 0 - 0 - 0 - 0] and is also used to change user settings.
      3. The Master Code in DUAL USER MODE is used as one of the two codes in dual user mode and is also used to change user settings. WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU CHANGE THE DEFAULT MASTER CODE

      Wrong Code Penalty
    1. Entry of three (3) consecutive invalid codes results in a 5-minute delay period.
      You will not get any response from the keypad during this period.
      Audio/Visual Signals
    1. The Lock Has No Response (No Flash, No Beeps)
    2. Make sure the wires in the keypad housing are not pinched and are securely connected.
      Low Battery Alert
    1. Controller repeated beeping during an unlocking indicates that the battery is low and needs immediate replacement.
    2. Manufacturer recommends the use of 9-Volt premier alkaline batteries and an annual maintenance replacement of the batteries.
      Single & Dual User Mode
    1. Single Mode: Open lock with one (1) code (override or user code).
    2. Dual Mode: Open lock with two (2) codes (user1 and user2 code).
      Time Delay
    1. Time Delay: A time period waiting for opening lock. The maximum Time Delay is ninty nine (99) minutes.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:

      Always Perfrom this operation with the door open
    1. Before closing the door, make sure all the changes are correct.
      Quick Start
      Change User Code
    1. Enter # - Existing Master Code - #
    2. The set light will stay orange for ten (10) seconds.
    3. Enter: 1 - * - New Master Code - # - New Master Code - #, before the orange light disappears.
      NOTE: The User & Master Code can be set to a 1 to 10 digit code.
    4. If a mistake is made during the change, wait thirty (30) seconds and repeat steps 1 - 3.
    5. Test the new code several times before closing the door.
      The lock will indicate a valid code change with a double signal.
      The lock will indicate an invalid code change with a triple signal and the old code is still valid.
      NOTE:
    1. Verify the new manager 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.

      Change User Code
    1. Enter: # - Existing Master Code - #
    2. The set light will stay orange for ten (10) seconds.
    3. Enter: 1 - * - New Master Code - # - New Master Code - #, before the orange light disappears.
    4. If a mistake ismade during the change, wait thirty (30) seconds and repeat steps 1 - 3.
    5. Test the new code several times before closing the door.
      The lock will indicate a valid code change with a single signal. The lock will indicate an invalid code change with a double signal and the old code is still valid.
      NOTE:
    1. Verify the new manager 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.

      Change Master Code
    1. Enter: # - Master Code or Manager Code - #
    2. The set light will stay orange for ten (10) seconds.
    3. Enter: 2 - * - New Manager Code - # - New Manager Code - #, before the orange light disappears.
    4. If a mistake is made during the change, wait thirty (30) seconds and repeat steps 1 - 3.
    5. Test the new code several times before closing the door.
      The lock will indicate a valid code change with a single signal.
      The lock will indicate an invalid code change with a double signal and the old code is still valid.
      NOTE:
    1. Verify the new manager 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.

      Activating User Code
    1. Enter: # - Master Code or Manager Code - #
    2. The set light will stay orange for ten (10) seconds.
    3. Enter: (User #) - * - New User Code - # - New User Code - #, before the orange light disappears. (User #: Specify which user you would like to activate 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7).
    4. If a mistake is made during the activation, wait thirty (30) seconds and repeat steps 1 - 3.
      NOTE:
    1. Verify the new manager 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.
    3. Example: # - Master Code or Manager Code - # - 5 - * - New User Code - # - New User Code - #, this will activate User Five (5).

      Change User Code
    1. Enter: # - User Code - #
    2. The set light will stay orange for ten (10) seconds.
    3. Enter: # - New User Code - # - New User Code - #, before the orange light disappears.
    4. If a mistake is made during the change, wait thirty (30) seconds and repeat steps 1 - 3.
    5. Test the new code several times before closing the door.
      The lock will indicate a valid code change with a single signal.
      The lock will indicate an invalid code change with a double signal and the old code is still valid. The Master and Manager can also change the user codes by following the ACTIVATE USER CODES section Steps 1 - 3.
      NOTE:
    1. Verify the new manager 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.
    3. Example: # - Master Code or Manager Code - # - 5 - * - New User Code - # - New User Code - #, this will activate User Five (5).

      Deleting Codes
    1. Enter: # - Master Code or Manager Code - #
    2. The set light will stay orange for ten (10) seconds.
    3. Enter: (User #) - * - # - #.
      NOTE:
    1. The lock will indicate a valid code entry with a double signal.
    2. The lock will indicate an invalid code entry with a triple signal and the old code is still valid.

      Open Lock [Single User Mode]
    1. Enter: * - Code - #
    2. The lock will indicate a valid code entry with a single signal and the open light will stay green for five (5) seconds.
    3. Turn the handle clockwise before the green light disappears.
      Open Lock [Dual User Mode]
    1. Enter: * - 1st Code - # - 2nd Code - #
    2. The lock will indicate a valid code entry with a single signal and the open light will stay green for five (5) seconds.
    3. Turn the handle clockwise before the green light disappears.
      Set Time Delay
    1. Enter: # - Master Code - # - (01-99) - # - (01-99) - #
    2. The lock will indicate a valid setting change with a single signal.
      Example: # - Master Code - # - 05 - # - 05 - #, this will set a five (5) minute time delay.
      NOTE:
    1. The lock will indicate a valid code change with a double signal.
    2. The lock will indicate an invalid code change with a triple signal and the old code is still valid.
    3. The Master and Manager can also change the user codes by following the ACTIVATE USER CODES section Steps 1 - 3.

      Operating Lock when Time Delay is Set to 1
    1. Press * or # to initiate the Time Delay. (During the time delay period the keypad will not respond to any entries).
    2. The lock will flash once every five (5) seconds during time delay and will flash once every second durin the last ten (10) seconds of the time delay ending with a double signal.
    3. The lock will flash twice every five (5) seconds during the open period. (The open period length is two (2) minutes).
    4. During the open period you can open your safe (see HOW TO OPEN YOUR SAFE, Step 1) or program your safe (follow the steps of any programming procedure).
      De-activate Time Delay
    1. Enter: # - Master Code - # - 00 - # - 00 - #
    2. The lock will indicate a valid setting change with a single signal.
      Set Single User Mode [Manager OR User Code to Unlock]
    1. Enter: # - Master Code - # - 0 - # - 0 - #
    2. The lock will indicate a valid setting change with a single signal.
      Set Dual User Mode [Any Code & Any Code to Unlock]
    1. Enter: # - Master Code - # - 1 - # - 1 - #
    2. The lock will indicate a valid setting change with a double signal.
      Set Dual User Mode [Master OR Manager Code & User Code to Unlock]
    1. Enter: # - Master Code - # - 2 - # - 2 - #
    2. The lock will indicate a valid setting change with a double signal. Please see the HOW TO OPEN YOUR SAFE section for unlocking ini dual user mode.
      Low Battery Warning
    1. The green LED light will signal in red when opening your safe.
    2. The lock is giving you a valid signal but is not unlocking.
      Changing the Batteries
    1. Turn the keypad housing to the left (counter clockwise) and carefully pull away from the mounting plate to expose battery compartment.
    2. Remove the four AAA Alkaline batteries and replace.
      CAUTION! Hold onto the keypad housing to avoid pulling wires.
    3. Carefully position the keypad into the inserts on the mounting plate and turn keypad right (clockwise).
      Ensure that there are no wires or cables trapped between the keypad and the mounting plate. Pinched cables result in a short circuit.

TROUBLESHOOTING THE LOCK:

      The Lock Has No Response [No Flash, No Beeps]
    1. Make sure the wires in the keypad housing are not pinched and are securely connected. [See : Changing the Batteries]
    2. Check to make sure the batteries are correctly and securely inserted into the battery compartment. [See : Changing the Batteries]
    3. Lock can possibly be in the lockout penalty, wait five (5) minutes and check if the lock responds. [See : Basic Features & Functions]
      The Lock Is Responding But Does Not Unlock
    1. Make sure you are getting a valid response. [See : Basic Features & Functions]
    2. Make sure you get a signal with every key stroke.
    3. Make sure you are not in time delay mode. [See : Setting Time Delay]
    4. Replace the existing batteries with new ones. [See : Changing the Batteries]
      If the lock still does not open
    1. Contact Mesa Safe Company's Tech Support: 888.381.8514 [Available Mon - Fri, 8:00am - 5:00pm PST]
      Follow the instructions carefully to get the best possible use from your lock.

BASIC FEATURES & FUNCTIONS:

    1. The Mesa Model MSL-400 Electronic Lock is shipped from the factory with a factory set master code & manager code.
    2. You should set the lock to your own unique master & manager code immediately.
      Keep notes on which code belongs to which user (Master, Manager, User 3, User 4, User 5, User 6 and User 7).
    3. A single signal (LED flashes and beeps once) response from the lock indicates a valid entry.
    4. A double signal (LED flashes and beeps twice) response from the lock indicates an invalid entry.
    5. If three incorrect entries are entered in a row, the keypad will shut down for a period of five minutes.
    6. During this shut down period you will not get a response from the keypad.
    7. The MASTER CODE is factory set to: 7 - 7 - 7 - 7 - 7 - 7
      The MANAGER CODE is factory set to: 0 - 0 - 0 - 0
Please contact Tech Support at 888.381.8514 for assistance.
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