After wiring your keypad, check that it’s operational by entering the 4 digit factory code 2580.
If you have double gates you will need to follow the setup noted below for 'Setting a delay time'.
Once gate/s are working with the factory code you can then move onto changing your master code and entering a new pin codes. You can enter over 100 pin codes.
Explaining the 3 digit user code and 4 digit pin code - When entering a new pin code you will be asked to enter in a 3 digit user code along with your 4 digit pin code. If having more than 1 pin code, the 3 digit user code must be different for each 4 digit pin code entered. The 3 digit user code is important to take note of as this is what you will need to remember if and when you need to remove your 4 digit pin code assigned to it. (eg. user code 147 & pin code 3698).
We do recommend that you change the factory master code (1234) to a secure code which you must make note of. Failing to make note of your new master code will prevent you from being able to add or delete pin codes in the future.
This function comes in handy when you don’t know the 3 digit user code to “remove a pin code”, however using the factory reset will wipe all user codes and pin codes from the keypad and sets it back to 2580. When you enter your new pin code it will wipe the factory setting 2580
This may be required for double gates if they are not opening together
Your master code only requires to be changed if you require extra security on your keypad. You will need to take note of your master code as this will be used to add or delete pin codes in the future.
When pressing #, wait till red LED light comes on
3/260 Leitch's Road
Brendale, QLD, 4500
07 3205 3002
Mon-Fri: 9 am - 4 pm