HPC KEKAB-DL265 (01) PDF MANUAL


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PDF Content Summary: Instructions Digital KeKab® EQUIPPED WITH A DIGILOCK® DIGITAL LOCK No. KEKAB-DL65 KEKAB-DL95X KEKAB-DL265 DO NOT SHUT CABINET BEFORE TESTING THE FACTORY CODES! All Digital KeKabs® are tested in the factory and the batteries are DISCONNECTED before shipping. • To avoid a potential lockout, remove the back plate from the lock housing, connect the batteries, and test the digital lock BEFORE shutting the door. • As soon as possible, reset all codes making the factory default codes inoperable. • Keep these instructions and all codes in a safe, retrievable place for future reference. • Keep original HPC Bar Code Label as proof of purchase in case factory assistance is needed. 111210 35T00-234-00 (1) (continued) © 2010 • HPC, Inc. • Schiller Park, IL • 60176 • USA • hpcworld.com

Digital KeKab® Instructions (continued) Installing/Changing of Batteries No. KEKAB-DL65, KEKAB-DL95X, KEKAB-DL265 1. Lay cabinet down and open door. 2. Remove (3) small metal screws as indicated in Fig. 1. NOTE: DO NOT REMOVE (2) LARGE ANCHOR SCREWS WHICH HOLD LOCK TO KEKAB® DOOR! 3. Remove plate. See Fig. 2. 4. Carefully connect (2) 9-volt batteries to receptacles as shown. See Fig. 3. 5. Replace plate and (3) small screws. See Fig. 4. 6. Remove tape from latch. See Fig. 5. Fig. 1 Fig. 2

© 2010 • HPC, Inc. • Schiller Park, IL • 60176 • USA • hpcworld.com Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5

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Digital KeKab® Instructions (continued) OPERATION: CODE LEVELS: • HPC’s Digital KeKabs operate with a User The key to maintaining your Digital KeKabs is in the “programmable” 4-digit Code or the Manager complete understanding of the following Code Levels: “programmable” 5-digit Code. Entry of either of these codes opens the lock. • The HPC Digital KeKab® comes with two Code Levels:Manager and User. • If you accidentally make an error while entering the combination, press [C] at any time to start over. • The Manager Code can reprogram its own code and the User Code, as well as open the lock. • The magnetic catch inside the cabinet holds the door in place, allowing the spring latch to move freely • The User Code can only reprogram its own code and during regular openings. If the spring latch ever binds, open the lock. push the door inward while entering your combination. • Once codes are changed, the factory pre-set codes will SECURITY: no longer operate the lock. When opening the cabinet, entry of three consecutive incorrect combinations will disable the lock for one minute. Each successive incorrect entry will also result in “sleep state” for one minute. This prevents someone from entering random or sequential codes in an attempt to find the valid code. LOW BATTERY INDICATOR: The digital lock on your HPC Digital KeKab® uses two 9- volt alkaline batteries. When the batteries are low, the lock emits a low battery indicator sound each time it is unlocked (three short consecutive beeps). This continues for several weeks before the lock becomes inoperable. Batteries should be replaced when the low battery indicator is heard. In case the batteries no longer operate the lock, the lock can be jumped with a fresh 9-volt battery via the override terminals on the face of the lock. (See instructions for KEKAB-DLJH on page 5.) (3) (continued) © 2010 • HPC, Inc. • Schiller Park, IL • 60176 • USA • hpcworld.com

Digital KeKab® Instructions (continued) OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS: DEFAULT USER AND MANAGER CODES NOTE: New locks will operate with the default user and manager override codes until these codes have been changed. 1. THE USER CODE IS A FOUR-DIGIT CODE. THE DEFAULT USER CODE IS: 2. THE MANAGER BYPASS CODE IS A FIVE-DIGIT CODE. THE DEFAULT MANAGER BYPASS CODE IS: PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS: TO CHANGE THE MANAGER BYPASS CODE: :SSERP.1EHT .D.E.L LLIW NRUT .NO (Existing Five Digit Manager Bypass Code) 2. PRESS: (New Five Digit Manager Bypass Code) :SSERP.3 EHT .D.E.L LLIW NRUT .FFO (Repeat The New Five Digit Manager Bypass Code) TO CHANGE THE USER CODE TO CHANGE THE USER CODE WITIH THE MANAGER BYPASS CODE: :SSERP.1EHT .D.E.L LLIW NRUT .NO (Existing Five Digit Manager Bypass Code) 2. PRESS: (New Four Digit User Code) :SSERP.3 EHT .D.E.L LLIW NRUT .FFO (Repeat The New Four Digit User Code) TO CHANGE THE USER CODE WITH THE USER CODE: :SSERP.1EHT .D.E.L LLIW NRUT .NO (Existing Four Digit User Code) 2. PRESS: (New Four Digit User Code) :SSERP.3 EHT .D.E.L LLIW NRUT .FFO (Repeat The New Four Digit User Code) (4) (continued) © 2010 • HPC, Inc. • Schiller Park, IL • 60176 • USA • hpcworld.com

Digital KeKab® Instructions (continued) TO OPERATE WITH A USER CODE: OT.1:KCOLNU .2 OT ESOLC:KCOL EHT .ROOD (Registered Four-Digit User Code) TO OPERATE WITH A MANAGER CODE:

OT.1 :KCOLNU .2 OT ESOLC:KCOL EHT .ROOD (Registered Five-Digit Manager Bypass Code) TO USE THE DIGITAL KEKAB® JUMPER HARNESS (No. KEKAB-DLJH):

The digital lock on your HPC Digital KeKab® uses two 9-volt alkaline batteries. When the batteries are low, the lock emits a low battery indicator sound each time it is unlocked. This continues for several weeks before the lock becomes inoperable. Batteries should be replaced when the low battery indicator is heard. If the cabinet is shut and the batteries no longer operate the lock, the lock can be jumped with a fresh 9-volt battery via the port located on the upper left corner of the face of the lock. • Engage the two metal contacts of the Jumper Harness plug into the port terminal in the upper left corner of the front of the main housing. The metal lead coming from the red (+) wire must contact the uppermost terminal and the metal lead coming from the black (–) wire must contact the lowermost terminal. Hold the Jumper Harness plug in place as you connect the battery. See Fig. 1. • Next, connect a fresh 9-volt battery to the Jumper Harness battery receptacle. The lock will beep, indicating a solid connection. Hold the connection as you enter the code and unlock the unit as usual. • If batteries have been disconnected for more than 5 minutes the lock may have gone back to its original factory codes. NOTE: Make sure that the conductive metal contacts on the plug do not make contact with the lock case and that the connections are correct (+ to + and – to –). Failure to do this will cause a short in the lock and drain the battery. TROUBLESHOOTING 1. NO AUDIBLE FEEDBACK WHEN THE BUTTON IS DEPRESSED: a. The batteries have failed-replace the batteries located in the rear unit (page 2). Use the Jumper Harness with a valid user or manager code to unlock the cabinet. Then replace the batteries. b. There is a poor door connection-remove the lock from the door and reinstall it. c. The lock is in “sleep state.” Try again after one minute. 2. THE LOCK DOES NOT UNLOCK: a. Listen for additional audible feedback for an indication of what is happening. b. Try operating the lock with the Manager Code and the Jumper Harness. c. Contact your Digilok® product representative or Digilok® customer support. 3. THE LOCK EMITS TWO SETS OF THREE BEEPS DURING OPERATION: a. This is the Low Battery Indicator-replace the batteries located in the rear unit. 4. THE LOCK EMITS TEN RAPID BEEPS DURING OPERATION: a. This is the Binding Indicator-the lock is binding with the strike plate. Press firmly on the door while operating. If binding is a frequent occurrence, the strike plate and/or door hinges need to be aligned with the lock. (5) © 2010 • HPC, Inc. • Schiller Park, IL • 60176 • USA • hpcworld.com


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