KL1100 Keypad - Programming and Operating Instructions

KL1100 Keypad - Programming and Operating Instructions





Overview


Penalty Time

Inputting an incorrect Code 3 times will incur a 10 second time delay before any further use is possible.

Batteries

The KL1100 Keypad uses 4 x AA batteries. Always use high quality batteries and dispose of old batteries according to local authority recommendations. When battery power is low, the Red LED will flash 3 times before any unlocking. Batteries should be changed as soon as this happens.

Access Methods

The lock supports a maximum of: Master Code Clients (1), Technician Code Clients (1) and User Code Clients (20 in Private Function).

Code Clients

The KL1100 Keypad has four Code Client levels

Master Code Client (8 digits)

Opens the Lock (deletes current User Code Client in Public Function) All programming including Technician and User Code Client registration The default Master Code Client is 11335577

Sub-Master Code Client (8 digits)

Opens the Lock (deletes current User Code Client in Public Function) Limited programming including Technician and User Code Client registration


Technician Code Client (6 digits)

Opens the Lock (retains current User Code Client in Public Function)

User Code Clients (4 digits)

Open the Lock Lock the Lock (in Public Function) Change the User Code Client (in Public Function) The default Master Code Client is 2244

Important!

Once a Master Code Client is registered, it should be kept in a safe location. The Master Code is required for all programming operations.


Functions

Before programming, select the most appropriate function for the application: A) or B) - See special Master Code set up commands.

A) Private Function
Important Note: This is the default function and is already pre-programmed in new locks.

This is the most common function and is used where the same code will be repeatedly used.

B) Public Function

The user enters their own personal four-digit code to lock the lock. Entering the same code will open the lock and clear the code, ready for the next user. This function is used for short term, multi occupancy applications, e.g. a locker in a leisure centre.



Operating Instructions 


All programs must begin by pressing the # button followed by the Master, Sub-Master or User Codes as required.

Recommended: The Master Code can be used to change all settings and should be kept safe and not shared.


Change the Master Code (Private & Public Function)


#Master Code 01 New Master Code New Master Code

Example: #11335577 01 12345678 12345678

Result: The Master Code has been changed to 12345678.


Set or Change the User Code (Private Function)


#Master or Sub-Master Code 02 User Position New User Code

Example: #11335577 02 01 7788

Result: The User Code in position 01 has been set to 7788.

Note: Up to 20 User Codes can be created. Each User is entered at a single, known position.


Delete a User Code (Private Function)


#Master or Sub-Master Code 03 User Position

Example: #11335577 03 01

Result: The User Code in position 01 has been deleted.

Note: To delete all User Codes, enter 00 as the User Position.


Set or Change the Sub-Master Code (Private & Public Function)


#Master or Sub-Master Code 04 New Sub-Master Code New Sub-Master Code

Example: #11335577 0 499887766 99887766

Result: The Sub-Master Code has been changed to 99887766.


Delete the Sub-Master Code (Private & Public Function)

#Master Code 05 05

Example: #11335577 05 05

Result: The Sub-Master Code has been disabled.


Auto-Unlock (Public Function)


#Master Code 10 Time <01-24> hours

Example: #11335577 10 06

Result: The lock will automatically unlock 6 hours after being locked


Disable Auto-Unlock (Public Function)

#Master Code 07 00

Example: #11335577 07 00

Result: The lock will not automatically unlock and will remain locked until User/Master/Sub-Master Code entered.

Auto-Unlock At a Set Time (Public Function)


#Master Code  11  HHmm  

Example: #11335577  11  2000   

Result: The lock will automatically unlock at 20:00


Disable Auto-Unlock At a Set Time (Public Function)


#Master Code  11  HHmm  

Example: #11335577  11  2400   

ResultThe lock will not automatically unlock and will remain locked until User/Master/Sub-Master Code entered.

Set or Change Date & Time


#Master Code or Sub-Master Code  12  YYMMDD  HHmm ● 

Example: #11335577  12  200226  1128 ●  

Result: The date/time has been set for February 26th, 2020 at 11:28

NOTE : DST is not supported.


Restrict Opening Time


#Master Code or Sub-Master Code  18  HHmm (Start)  HHmm (End) ● 

Example: #11335577  12  0830 1700 ●  

Result: User Code can only be used between 08:30 and 17:30.



Change Locked Indication (Public Function)


#Master Code 08 Disable or Enable <00 or 01>

Example: #11335577 08 00

Result: The locked indication has been disabled.

Note: By default, locked indication is enabled, the red LED will flash once every 5 seconds to indicate a locked lock.


Set or Change Technician Code (Private & Public Function)

#Master Code Or Sub-Master Code 13 New Technician Code Confirm New Technician Code

Example: #11335577 13 555777 555777

Result: The Technician Code 555777 has been added.



Delete the Technician Code (Private & Public Function)

#Master Code Or Sub-Master Code 13 000000 000000

Example: #11335577 13 000000000000

Result: The Technician Code has been Deleted.


Public Function (Double Entry)

#Master Code 22

Example: #11335577 22

Result: The lock will operate in Public Function, remaining unlocked until a User enters their own Code (twice) to lock.


Public Function (Single Entry)

#Master Code 24

Example: #11335577 24

Result: The lock will operate in Public Function, remaining unlocked until a User enters their own Code (once) to lock


Private Function

#Master Code 26

Example: The lock will operate in Private Use, remaining locked unless opened by a valid code. Any User Codes in position 02 to 20 will erased. A default User Code of 2244 will be active in position 01.


Change own User Code (Private Function)

#User Code New User Code New User Code

Example: #2244 6611 6611

Result: Own User Code has been changed to 6611.


Troubleshooting


Battery Level Check

#Master or Sub-Master Code 87

Example: #11335577 87

Result: Both the Red / Blue LED will flash to indicate the current battery status. The lock will then return to normal mode.


Battery Level



Indication



<80%


50% - 80%


20% - 50%


<20%

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Battery Failure
After a Code is entered, the red LED will flash 3 times to indicate low power. The KitLock will operate for a further 100 openings. The batteries should be replaced as soon as possible.

Battery Failure Override

The KL1100 KeyPad has been designed so that a mobile power bank can be used to open the lock to allow access to the batteries so they can be replaced should they fail.
  1. Plug the power bank into the micro USB port at the bottom of the lock, it will power up.

  2. Enter the Master Code.

  3. Whilst the lock is in an unlocked state, open the cabinet and replace the batteries found in the latch unit.


Factory Reset

Master Code Unknown:
If the Master Code has been forgotten, the manual method must be used. 


Keypad Method (Private & Public Function)

#Master Code 9999 ● ●

Example: #11335577 9999

Result: All User Codes will have been deleted, the Sub-Master and Technician Codes disabled and all settings reverted to factory default. The Master Code will be 11335577 and a single User Code of 2244 will be available. The lock will be in Private Function.



Manual Method

  1. Open battery compartment

  2. Remove a single battery

  3. Press & hold pinhole reset button with a wire pin

  4. Replace battery, whilst continuing to press the reset button

  5. Release the reset button

  6. Within three seconds, press the reset button three times

Result: All User Codes will have been deleted, the Sub-Master and Technician Codes disabled and all settings reverted to factory default. The Master Code will be 11335577 and a single User Code of 2244 will be available. The lock will be in Private Function.


Firmware Check

To check the firmware version installed on the lock.

#Master Code 88

Example: #11335577 88

Result: The LED will flash to indicate firmware version (e.g. Red LED flash once and Blue LED flash twice, firmware version is 12). User can wait 30 seconds to exit or can press ‘0’ button to exit and return to normal mode.


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