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  • In an hour, add dependable wireless access control, one door at a time—easily retrofit standard knobsets
  • Support 100 to 2000 PIN codes (3-5 or 6 digits); some with built-in HID prox readers for use with access ID cards/fobs
  • Multi-level user codes & one-time service codes. Free passage, group- or total lock-out modes, too
  • All are fingertip programmable at vandalproof all-metal keypad
  • PC programmable models also feature printable audit trail, auto-lock/unlock scheduling saving guard/manpower costs
  • Long-life battery operation (cylindrical models use 5AA off-the-shelf batteries); low battery alert
  • Key override, standard core (supplied) or interchangeable core prep
  • Non-handed cylindrical models
  • Programmable relay functions
  • Durable BHMA Grade 1 Lockset
  • Weatherproof models -31 to +151F (-35 to +66C)
  • Curved Regal handle option

 


 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Preparing for Keyless Lock Installation

Updating a lock on your front door is a great way for you to improve the level of safety for your business. It's a good idea to change to keyless locks but you'll first have to prepare for the installation. You'll need a power drill and a screwdriver to install your new keyless lock. Use the provided template to check the alignment of the latch and strike plate. Drill the four necessary holes as marked on the template. Insert the motor wire and connector cable through the proper holes in the door and connect them to the inside trim assembly. Finish the installation by placing the inside trim assembly over the inside spindle, fasten it with the screws provided and test it to make sure it works.