o Take out the battery and replace with a new 9V alkaline battery (Duracell and Energizer brands are recommended). The battery compartment will receive the battery, orienting the positive and negative terminals correctly. See Fig.4.
o Put the battery compartment back into the entrypad. Push up the latch of the battery compartment until it snaps closed. See Fig. 1.
1. Manufacturer default code is 1-2-3-4-5-6 2. Function of Code
a. Unlock safe lock system
b. Change code
3. Backlight Button Features
a) The middle of the “ ” button is raised for easier navigation in the dark. Press “ ” or any other button and the backlighting will be switched on.
b) Pressing the “ ” button also clears any digits that have been entered in error.
4. Wrong Entry Penalty (Penalty Time)
Entry of four (4) consecutive invalid codes results in a 5-minute penalty time period.
a) The unit beeps at 5 second intervals indicating that it is still in the penalty time period. b) While the system is in penalty time, the EntryPad buttons remain unresponsive.
Pressing buttons during penalty will not restart or lengthen the penalty time period. It
will continue to count through the 5 minute penalty time period.
c) While the system is in penalty time, removal of the batteries will interrupt the penalty time
countdown. Upon reinstallation of the batteries, the EntryPad continues to count down
until the 5 minute penalty time period expires.
5. Standby Status
In order to conserve battery power, the system will revert to standby status if there is no key press within 10 seconds. Standby status is indicated by two short beeps.
6. Automatic Re-lock
The safe lock system automatically relocks after 6 seconds of being opened by a valid code.
7. Low Battery Alert
a) Repeated beeping (8 beeps) during an unlock operation indicates that the battery is low and needs immediate replacement.