This product is classified as a USER KEY and requires the PROGRAMMING KEY with its shadow card to be used.
The PROGRAMMING KEY is the key that will be in control of programming the lock or the cylinder (or locks as on PROGRAMMING KEY could of course be set up as the PROGRAMMING KEY for a SALTO System of multiple doors).
The USER KEYS are for system users, some of which can be assigned to set free passage mode.
The PASSAGE MODE SETTING KEY is for setting locks into Free Passage Mode and for assigning users that are allowed to use the Passage function of the lock.
Electronic Lock & Cylinder Functions:
GENERAL NOTE – When the electronic furniture is first taken out of the packaging it has NO KEYS PROGRAMMED in its memory, it is important therefore that after fitting the funiture to the door, connecting the communication cable and inserting the batteries (noting correct polarity), that the first key entered into its memory is a Programming Key.
STANDARD MODE – The lock is in this mode as from the moment the PROGRAMMING KEY is assigned, where the electronic lock or cylinder are locked and are released by presenting a key to the reader the lock always relocks either; on return or after a 5 second time out.
PASSAGE ALLOWED MODE – The lock can be set into this mode by the PASSAGE MODE SETTING KEY. In this mode the lock will operate in the same way as standard mode above, but will be able to be set into Passage at any time by a user key that has been programmed with this ability. When passage mode is activated the lock will be free to operate at all times. The passage setting can be deactivated and activated at any time and the lock will switch between locked and free outside handle.
The shadow card system can only be used on battery operated offline non wireless locks or hardwired online and offline door controllers which can all be upgraded to work on software at a later date. The only exception is that controllers for hardwired doors cannot use passage mode like battery operated locks.
Shadow Card Instructions: