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The following diagrams are to show the method of connecting different items of equipment rather than the actual physical connections.

These diagrams apply to all types of door entry unit.

General Door entry Schematic

Below is a schematic of a typical door entry installation. Although a BCM is shown it could be any PBX with an analogue de_de_schematicextension.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adding access control to a door entry

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The Position of the DE Unit, lock or magnet and cabling will be different for each site and is dependant on the type of door and door frame. the type of wall and existing equipment. If the comms room is more than 25 metres from the pancode the PSU will need to be connected to the mains adjacent to the DE unit and require a separate cable.

 

 

When activated, the access-control triggers the Pan2tel/Pan2code “RMT” terminal, which activates the door-lock relay and opens the door. For this type of installation, the access-control device “N.O.” output wires are connected to the Pan2tel/Pan2code Switch terminals RMT/+12V.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The access control device opens the door when the Pantel/Pancode triggers the access-control device.
For this installation, the access-control device bypass “Switch” wires are connected to the “N.O.” and “CMN” terminals of the Pantel/Pancode. The door-lock relay wires are connected to the access-control device.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These instructions apply to all door entry units.

Connecting a typical Powered to unlock rim release.

Wiring a standard rim release lock as supplied with the DE pan2_rim_wiring_with_diode(Alternate)

All conections are made on the black connection block at one end of the DE.

The 12v power supply will be connected to the 12v terminals (connecting the unit the wrong way round will not damage the unit, but it will not work.)
A short wire should then be taken from the one relay terminal to one of the 12v terminals
The 2 wires from the lock are then connected to the remaining 12v terminal and the other relay terminal. The jumper next to the relay terminals should be set to NO

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With DC rim releases it is recommended that a diode be fitted.
After a rim release has been energised a reverse current is generated which sparks across the relay contacts, eventually causing them to fail. Install a diode across the release terminals, this will short the current out increasing the life of the door entry unit.
The diode can be connected in the unit or the release. The silver end must be connected to the +12v.

 

 

 

 

 

Connecting to a Maglock or Powered locked rim release.

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Wiring a standard maglock All connections are made on the blackterminal blocks

The 12v power supply will be connected to the 12v terminals (The unit is polarity concious)
A short wire should then be taken from 1 relay terminal to one of the 12v terminals
The 2 wires from the lock are then connected to the remaining 12v terminal and the other relay terminal

The relay jumper should be set to NC
A fail safe rim release lock (Powered locked) will be connected in the same way
It should be noted that one of the maglock wires should also be connected through an emergency breakglass unit which will disable the lock in an emergency but not the telephony element. With a maglock a press to exit will be required.

 

Connecting a press to exit switch.

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Wiring a standard press to exit switch. All conections are made on the blackterminal blocks. There is 1 terminal marked RMT(Remote) next to the relay terminals. This should be wired to the normally open or break & common terminals of the press to exit switch(It does not matter which way round) and another wire from +12V to the other NO on the switch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Enter to programming mode.

    Programming can be released from any PBX extension telephone by calling to Door phone PBX extension number and using telephony keypad during conversation.

    1. Dial the Door Phone’s extension number from any touch-tone telephone.
    1. Wait until the Door Phone answers and generates audio tone.
    1. Dial * 9      1       1 and wait for confirmation tone.
    1. Enter the Administrator’s Programming Access Password.

    Note:

    1. The default Administrator’s password is 12345.
    1. Upon typing incorrect password three consecutive times, Door phone disconnects.
    1. Will hear a double beep high tone confirmation tone every time when entering a correct programming parameter and command, or a low one-beep tone when entering an incorrect programming parameter / command.
    2. The accompanied tone playback marked as ‘(tone)’ in DTMF configuration codes table.

    To exit the programming mode

    1. Dial *  9     1      1  or programming login time limited by command *  9     0     3.

    Function Command Code Default value
    Telephony Operations
    The Day/Night Operator destination number (DN)will be dialed when the ‘Ring’ button is pressed,respective to Day/Night operational mode. *   1    0    0  + X (tone)+  DN +   #where:X = 1  DayX = 2  NightDestination number (DN) = Up to 20 digits, including *, #, Pause, and A-D characters.For special character input, see Chapter 8.5 Day – EmptyNight – Empty
    Delete a Day or Night Operator destination number(DN). *   1    0    0  + X (tone) +  #where:X = 1  DayX = 2  Night
    Programming 1-digit(s) prefix to allow dialingoutgoing calls. When beginning with these digits, the door phone will process dialing. *   1   0   1  + Prefixes +  #Prefix: digits 0~9 onlyTo cancel this operation, enter:*   1   0   1  +  #Example: Command *101 259 #(tone) allows dialing to destination numbers with first digit 2,5 and 9Note: Parameter doesn’t take effect on Speed Dial memories destination numbers dialing.
    The Maximum Conversation time (sec) *   1   0   2  + XXwhere:XX = Seconds (10-99)00 = Unlimited 60 seconds
    Time interval between DTMF digits during outgoingdialing *   1   0   3  + Xwhere: X = 1-9(Each step is 200 msec) =2 (400 msec)
    Inter Digits dialing time out (in sec) *   1   0   4  + Xwhere:X = Seconds  1~9 3 sec
    Number of busy tone cycles in order to detect thebusy signal *   1   0   5  + Xwhere: X= 0 ~ 9(0 – no busy detection, 1 – 2 cycles, 2 – 4 cycles, etc.) 3 ( 6 cycles)
    Busy signal Cadence configuration for Busydetection *   1    0    6   + X (tone)+ Y(tone) + NNNNwhere:X = 1 – Busy cadence 1X= 2 – Busy cadence 2Y = 1 – On, Y=2 – OffNNNN – time in msec 1 – 500 On, 500-Off2- 250 On, 250 Off
    Pause time after pick up a line and before dialing *   1   0   7  + Xwhere:X – time in sec 1-9 1
    The minimum time in seconds to detect continuoustone *   1   0   9  + Xwhere:X –time in seconds 1-9 3
    Assigning a Speed-Dial Memory destinationnumber. *   1    1    0  + M(tone) + X (tone) + DN +   #M-Memory bank: 0,1,2 or 3X = a digit 1 through 9,DN = Destination number = Up to 20 digits, including *, #, Pause, and A-D characters. Empty
    Canceling a Speed-Dial destination *   1    1    0  + M(tone) + X (tone) +  #M-Memory bank: 0,1,2 or 3X = a digit 1 through 9
    Door Opening Codes
    Changing the Opening door Access Code *   2   0   0   + CODEDoor Access Code ‘CODE’ can be up to 9 numeric digits. Donot use the * or # keys. 4321
    Digit(s) code to open the door from dialeddestination number during conversation *   2   0   1   + CODEwhere:CODE= Digits (0~9) Up to 4 digits. 5
    Door opening time in seconds *   2   0   3   + Xwhere:X = Number of seconds  (1~9) 3 sec
    Telephony Line Configuration
    Loop disconnect detection *   3   0   0 + Xwhere:X = 0 offX = 1 on 1-On
    Loop disconnect detection time (msec) *   3   0   1 + XXXXWhere X – time in msec 1200 msec
    Speaker volume adjustment *   3   0   2 + XWhere X = 1-8 6
    Microphone volume adjustment *   3   0   3 + XWhere X = 1-9 6
    Continuous tone detection time *   3   0   5 + XWhere X – time in sec 3
    Video Camera Functionality Configuration
    Video Camera functionality configuration codes *   4   0   0 + XwhereX = 0 camera offX = 1 camera onX = 2 camera powered when ‘Ring’ button is pressedX = 3 camera powered when any key is pressedX = 4 camera powered when the telephone line is hang off , but disable in a programming mode ( *911 )X = 5  camera powered when the telephone line is hang off 0-Off
    Administration
    Enter to programming mode *   9   1   1
    Switch Door Phone to the Day/Night operationalmodeNote: Allowed for System Operator as well *   9   0   1  – Day Mode*   9   0   2  – Night mode Day
    Programming login time *   9   0   3 + XXXWhere XXX time in seconds 000-999 300 – 5 minutes
    Reset device to its factory default *   9   2   0
    System operator’s up to 9 digits password settings *   9   3   0 + PASSWORD 54321
    Changing the Administrator programmingpassword *   9   4   0  + PASSWORDProgramming access password must be up to nine numeric digits 0~9. Do not use the * or # keys. 12345

    These units can be programmed in three ways. The comprehensive programming method is to use the keypad on the pan2code while in “Technician” mode. This involves changing a jumper on the board for security. There is also “User” mode programming available from the keypad. A basic form of programming can be done by ringing the unit from any touch tone phone but not all options are available. Pan2Tels must be programmed via a phone.

    To enter Programming Mode via phone.

    1. Dial the Pan2tel/Pan2code line/extension from any touch-tone telephone.
    2. Wait until the Pan2tel/Pan2code answers and beeps.
    3. Dial ##,wait for the confirmation beep.

    To Exit Programming Mode Dial ##

    Pan2tel & Pan2code Setup All units (Via Phone)
    OPERATION COMMAND DEFAULT
    Call Button 50 + DN + * eg 50234*
    Door release delay 01 eg. 01 + 00 + * Default is 0 seconds. 2 Digits must be entered + * – value 00-99 seconds.
    Door opening time limit (Sec) 02 eg. 02 + 03 + * Default = 3 seconds. 2 Digits must be entered + * – value 01-99 seconds
    User code to access the user programming mode from the keypad. 6 digit code 09 eg. 09 + 222222 + * Default is 222222 6 digits + *
    Conversation time. The amount of time you can speak with the Pan2code till it hangs up 11 2 Digits must be entered, if the value is 01-90 then the value is treated as seconds. 91-99 the second digit is used and the value is in minutes. eg. 11 + 03 + * Default 60 seconds.
    The number of rings till the Pan2code answers when calling it 12 2 Digits must be entered. eg. 02 + 01 + * Default = 01
    digit to open Door from any extension. 13 Because the Pan2code can control 2 doors (the camera must be disabled by setting “camera time” to 0) a different key must be set to each door. (If the same similar value is set to the 2 doors, the opening key will open only the first door) If only one lock is connected, the opening key should be typed twice eg. 13 + 77 + * Default is 7 for 1st door and 5 for 2nd (camera relay). Enter 2 digits (they should be identical if only 1 door connected)
    Camera time 14 The amount of time the camera stays on (the camera turns on automatically after pressing the button or calling the Pan2code) eg. 04 + 00 + * 2 Digits required 00-99 Must be set to 00 to use as a connection for a 2nd door Default is 30 seconds.

    To enter Programming Mode via technician keypad

    To enable Technician keypad programming a jumper must be moved on the circuit board. This involves opening the unit. Please power down the unit before doing this. To enable programming move the DEF jumper so it is between the top and central pins. Apply power to the unit.

    1. type 123456 followed by the * key.

    To Exit Programming Mode

    • Press and hold the bell/call button (🔔) for 2 seconds.
    • Power down the unit and then reinstall the jumper on the DEF connector and install it over the central pin and the lower pin, to avoid unauthorized access.
    Pan2code Setup All units (technician keypad)
    OPERATION COMMAND DEFAULT
    Call Button 50 + DN + * eg 50234*
    Door release delay 01 Default is 0 seconds. 2 Digits must be entered – value 00-99 seconds.
    Door opening time limit (Sec) 02 Default = 3 seconds. 2 Digits must be entered – value 01-99 seconds
    Delay timer from the time the press to exit button is pressed to the time the lock is released. 2 Digits must be entered value 00-99 seconds. eg. 05 00 * 05 Default is 0 Seconds
    User code to access the user programming mode from the keypad. 6 digit code 09 Default is 222222
    Conversation time. The amount of time you can speak with the Pan2code till it hangs up 11 2 Digits must be entered, if the value is 01-90 then the value is treated as seconds. 91-99 the second digit is used and the value is in minutes. Default 60 seconds.
    Conversation time. The amount of time you can speak with the Pan2code till it hangs up. 11 2 Digits must be entered, if the value is 01-90 then the value is treated as seconds. 91-99 the second digit is used and the value is in minutes. eg. 11 45 * Default = 45 seconds
    The number of rings till the Pan2code answers when calling it 12 2 Digits must be entered. Default = 1
    digit to open Door from any extension. 13 Because the Pan2code can control 2 doors (the camera must be disabled by setting “camera time” to 0) a different key must be set to each door. (If the same similar value is set to the 2 doors, the opening key will open only the first door) If only one lock is connected, the opening key should be typed twice Default is 7 for 1st door and 5 for 2nd (camera relay). Enter 2 digits (they should be identical if only 1 door connected)
    Camera time 14 The amount of time the camera stays on (the camera turns on automatically after pressing the button or calling the Pan2code) Default is 30 seconds. 2 Digits required 00-99 Must be set to 00 to use as a connection for a 2nd door

    To enter Programming Mode via keypad

    1. type 222222 followed by the * key.

    It is in here that you can set the staff access codes to allow the Pan2code to be operated. The green LED will blink as long as programming mode is active.

    It is in here that you can set the staff access codes to allow the Pan2code to be operated. The green LED will blink as long as programming mode is active.

    There are 40 cells available to store 40 different access codes. The cells are numbered from 01 to 40. You must enter the cell number as 2 digits. If the Pan2code is configured to control 2 doors then the access codes are split between the doors. The first 20 codes (cells 1-20) will be used for the first door. Cells . 21-40 are used for the 2nd door. To Exit Programming Mode

    • Press and hold the bell/call button (🔔) for 2 seconds.
    Pan2code Setup All units (keypad)
    OPERATION COMMAND DEFAULT
    Access codes 01 – 40 + code + * eg 01 + 1234 + * or 03 + 654321 + * No Default. Up to 6 digits followed by *
    Cancel Access codes 01 – 40 + * eg 50234*
    Speed Dial Button 1 41 + DN + * eg 41 + 267 + *
    Speed Dial Button 2 42 + DN + * eg 42 + 268 + *
    Speed Dial Button 9 49 + DN + * eg 49 + 276 + *
    Speed Dial #/call/(🔔) button 50 + DN + * eg 50 + 301 + * Call button will often call a hunt group to ring more than one phone.

    Note :

    Programming on 2 & 4 button units with keypad, the buttons are identical to using speed dials 1-4 on the keypad. So to programme the buttons use the shortcode cells as detailed above. The Bell button is replaced by a hash button on the keypad.

    To enter Programming Mode

    1. Dial the PanCam/Pantel/Pancode line/extension from any touch-tone telephone.
    2. Wait until the PanCam/Pantel/Pancode answers and beeps.
    3. Dial *900.
    4. Enter the Programming Access Password (default password is 1234).

    To Exit Programming Mode Dial *900.

    If no dialing occurs within 45 seconds, the program mode automatically exits.

    Pantel & Pancode Setup and Operation (standard Mode) All units except VOIP
    OPERATION COMMAND DEFAULT
    Call Button (Aluminium, Metal & Discontinued ABS) *360 + X + DN + # Where:- X = 1 for day mode. X = 2 for night mode. DN = Up to 20 digits. Default = 0
    Delete Call Button (Aluminium, Metal & Discontinued ABS) *360 + X + # Where:- X = 1 for day mode. X = 2 for night mode.
    Day mode buttons 1 to 6 (ST/ST & Brass) *360 + X + DN + # Where:- X = Button 1 to 6 DN = Up to 20 digits. Default = 0
    Night mode buttons 1 to 6 (ST/ST & Brass) *361 + X + DN + # Where:- X = Button 1 to 6 DN = Up to 20 digits. Default = 0
    Delete a destination number assigned to Day This command must be entered separately for each X value. (ST/ST & Brass) *360 + X + # Where:- X = Button 1 to 6 DN = Up to 20 digits.
    Delete a destination number assigned to Night This command must be entered separately for each X value. (ST/ST & Brass) *361 + X + # Where:- X = Button 1 to 6 DN = Up to 20 digits.
    Programming the prefix-digit(s) for PBX extensions dialing. When beginning with these digits, the units will process them as extension numbers *170 + prefix-digit(s) + # Maximum 4 digits (Do Not use * or # as prefix digit) To cancel this operation enter*170 + # No Default
    Digit(s) to open the door from any extension *441 + XXXX + # Where:- XXXX = digits (0-9) Note: up to 4 digits 8
    Changing the door opening Access Code on Aluminium & ABS units *442 + (New access Code) Where:- Access Codes can be upto 4 numeric digits, if the new code is less than 4 digits, press the # after the last digit. Access digits cannot include * or #. Note: The access Code cannot begin with the same digits as PBX extension numbers 9876
    Changing the door opening Access Code on Metal keypad units * 442 + X + (New Access Code) Where:- Where x = 1 to 4 (Code location number) 1= 9876 2= empty 3= empty 4= empty
    Changing the door opening Access Code on Stainless Steel and Brass units See notes at the bottom of this table.1
    Erasing door opening Access Code (for metal keypad units only) *442 + X + # Where:- X = 1 to 4 (Code location number)
    Conversation time limit (Sec). *462 + XX Where:- XX = Seconds (10 – 99) 45 sec
    Door opening time limit (Sec) *464 + X Where:- X = Number of seconds (1-9). 3 sec
    Changing the programming password *600 + (New password) Programming access password must be four numeric digits. (Don�t use * or # keys). 1234
    Camera instructions (Aluminium & Metal only) *620 + X Where:- X = = 0 camera off X = 1 camera on X = 2 camera powered when call button is pressed X = 3 camera powered when any key is pressed 0

    Resetting the Pantel/Pancode will automatically change the parameters in the unit to the manufacturers default To Reset the Unit.

    1. Enter programming mode (see above, Entering Programming Mode).
    2. Dial *151.
    3. A confirmation tone will be heard.
    4. Exit programming mode.

    To Reset the Unit in speed dial mode(Pancode only).

    1. Enter programming mode (see above, Entering Programming Mode).
    2. Dial *152.
    3. A confirmation tone will be heard.
    4. Exit programming mode.
    Aluminium, ABS & Metal Pancode Setup and Operation (speed Dial Mode)
    OPERATION COMMAND DEFAULT
    Assigning a Speed-Dial destination number. This command must be entered separately for each X value. *120 + X + DN + # Where:- X = a digit 1 through 9 DN = destination number up to 20 digits including * and # No default
    Canceling a Speed-Dial destination number. *120 + X + # Where:- X = a digit 1 through 9 No default
    The Day/Night DN will be dialed when the call button is pressed, respective to day/night mode. The error DN is dialed after receiving three invalid Access Code entries in a row *360 + X + DN + # Where:- X = 1; Day destination X = 2; Night destination X = 3; Error DN = Up to 20 digits. Default = 0 Night = 0 Error = No default
    Delete a destination number assigned to Day, Night or Error DN’s. This command must be entered separately for each X value. *360 + X + # Where:- X = 1; Day destination X = 2; Night destination X = 3; Error
    Digit(s) to open the door from any extension *441 + XXXX + # Where:- XXXX = digits (0-9) Note: up to 4 digits 8
    Changing the door opening Access Code on Aluminium & ABS units *442 + 0XXX Where:- 0XXX = new Access Codes up to 4 numeric digits. The first digit of the access code in sped dial mode must be 0. If the new code is less than 4 digits, press the # after the last digit. Access digits cannot include * or #. 0123
    Changing the door opening Access Code on Metal keypad units * 442 + X + (New Access Code) Where:- Where x = 1 to 4 (Code location number) 1= 0123 2= empty 3= empty 4= empty
    Erasing door opening Access Code (for metal keypad units only) *442 + X + # Where:- X = 1 to 4 (Code location number)
    Conversation time limit (Sec). *462 + XX Where:- XX = Seconds (10 – 99) 45 sec
    Door opening time limit (Sec) *464 + X Where:- X = Number of seconds (1-9). 3 sec
    Changing the programming password *600 + (New password) Programming access password must be four numeric digits. (Don�t use * or # keys). 1234
    Camera instructions (Aluminium & Metal only) *620 + X Where:- X = = 0 camera off X = 1 camera on X = 2 camera powered when call button is pressed X = 3 camera powered when any key is pressed 0

    DC50 Stainless Steel Keypad.

    The Stainless Steel and Brass PANCODE products do offer a keypad (Hence they are designated as PANCODE units- but are essentially a Pantel with an added keypad which is connected to the SW & /SW terminals on the Pantel board, this is the only electrical connection to the Pantel. It does share the same power source, connected in parallel. These Keypads are polarity conscious. The Pantel is not, therefore if the telephony works but the keypad does not, try reversing the polarity to the whole unit. The stainless steel Pancode has no connection to the telephone extension. However the unit does incorporate a facility to store multiple staff access codes using a bespoke access control keypad, and also like the Aluminium and Metal models allows for separate Day and Night numbers to be stored against the Call button.

    The Stainless Steel and Brass Pancode units should be programmed as per the main user guide programming instructions shown in the table above. This will allow you to set functions such as the ‘called number’, lock release digit, lock time etc. However any features that use the keypad, Staff access, direct dial and speed dial cannot be used. The stainless steel and Brass units do not incorporate the same keypad design as the plastic and Aluminium units and therefore have to be programmed in a different way.

    Instead of dialling into the unit and using the *442 code to set the staff access code, you need to program the keypad itself.

    To set the staff access code- you should make sure that the unit is not in use (Phone line is on hook).

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    Staff access programming instructions should be entered using the metal keypad on the front of the unit (not by dialling into the unit) The keypad has been set with a Master Code of “0000” and in Single User Mode at the factory.

    Use The Factory-set Master Code to Enter Programming Mode. 0000 + * To exit Programming mode press *

    DC50 Stainless Steel Keypad
    OPERATION COMMAND DEFAULT
    Set system to Single User Mode and clear all previously entered data 8900 + # Single User
    Set system to Multi User Mode and clear all previously entered data *8901 Single User
    Set single user code fixed at 4 digits 1+ XXXX + # Where 1 = location (fixed) XXXX = 4 digit code
    Set multi user code 4 to 8 digits 1 + UU + XXXX(XXXX) + # Where 1 = location (fixed) UU = User number 00 to 99 Code = 4 to 8 digits
    Delete a user in multi user mode 1 + UU + # Where:- UU = User number 00 to 99
    Change master code 0 + XXXX + # Where:- XXXX = 4 digit code 0000

    Warning if you change the factory set master code, please keep a record of the code in a safe place.

    Programming old style Stainless Steel and Brass keypads.ST-ST_labels

    Staff access programming instructions should be entered using the metal keypad on the front of the unit (not by dialling into the unit) – The keypad is shown at right and has a Red LED above the digit ‘2’ on the faceplate. The staff access code is programmed by first entering the programmers code or password (this code is only used for accessing the keypad programming mode). The keypad itself is capable of storing 10 staff access codes for opening the lock. Each code is programmed against a stored location in memory.

    Entering/ Exiting Programming Mode.

    1. Press * and then enter the 4 digit programmer password code (default 1234).
    2. When the correct programmer code has been entered the sounder and LED will pulse and the lock relay will change state.
    3. To EXIT programming mode press the * key.

    Setting user (staff access) codes to locations.

    The unit allows you to enter 10 separate staff entry codes- in 10 separate memory stores locations. Factory set code in location 01(only) is 6789.

    1. Enter programming mode.
    2. Enter the location 01 to 10 If a series of bleeps are heard at this point then the location has a code stored, you may proceed as this is only a warning tone.
    3. Enter the desired 4 digit user access code, if the code is accepted then a 2 second confirmation tone will be heard. If the code lock returns immediately to the programming mode base level then the entered code is not permitted as it already exists elsewhere in another memory location.
    4. Return to step 2.2 to enter more user codes or press * to exist programming mode.

    Deleting Codes from Locations.

    1. Enter programming mode.
    2. Enter the desired memory location 01 to 10 , if a series of bleeps are heard at this point then the location already has a code stored., you may however proceed as this is only a warning tone.
    3. Press the # key to delete the code from the location, a 2 second confirmation tone will be heard.
    4. Return to step 3.2 to enter more user codes or press * to exist programming mode.

    Deleting a User Code from an unknown location.

    1. Enter programming mode.
    2. press the # key , the red LED remains on.
    3. Enter a 4 digit user access code to search and delete, a 2 second confirmation tone will be heard.
    4. Return to step 4.22 to search and delete more lost codes or * to exit programming mode.

    Changing the door opening time.

    Door opening time is normally set to 1 second on the keypad as the actual door open time is controlled by the telephony board.

    1. Enter programming mode.
    2. Enter 00 and then the desired operation time that it is required for the relay to open or close, in seconds in double digit format. I.e. if in this case, the relay output is hard wire connected to the SW contacts of a Pantel board, the relay action needs only to be momentary closure, in which case the instruction would be 00 01(1 second). The keypad will then return to “base” programming mode. In this mode, pressing the * key again will exit programming altogether.

    Deleting ALL memory held information in staff access control PCB only.

    This function should only be used in extreme circumstances as all user codes (staff access) and programmers codes(programming passwords) will be deleted. It will not delete settings of the rear telephony PCB that have been set using the dial up programming PANTEL method- e.g. dialled number etc.

    1. Enter programming mode.
    2. Press the # key once, the led will remain on.
    3. Press the # key a further eight times to delete all information, the led will turn off and a tone will be heard to indicate that the delete ALL process is taking place. The programmers password code will no longer operate and you must enter a new one. Note – you must enter all 9 #s to complete the delete ALL process.

    Changing the programming password code from default setting.

    The factory set code is 1234. This operation will probably require 2 people.

    1. With the power off press and hold down the * key on the front of the unit.
    2. Connect the power and continuous tone sounds.
    3. When the tone stops release the * key and enter your new 4 digit programmers code.
    4. A two second confirmation tone sounds after the 4th digit is entered.
    5. Make a note in a safe place of the new password code.

    If you have a specific requirement please call North Supply technical support for advice. For programming enquiries / problem reporting please contact us.

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