Quick Guide, Flexlock Invisible/Visible 2.0
To switch functions, you must always proceed via the default setting.
When programming to a new function (mode) from the default setting, you need the programming card and the mode card for the function you want to program to.
Note: In the default setting and Mode 2, users must also be programmed in – see the section Add users.
To reset, you will need the programming card and service card. Resetting will erase all modes and users.
The lock is now ready to add new users. (See the section Add users.)
Suitable for companies with a large number of storage units.
When programming from Mode 2, 3, 4, 5 or Any Timer User to the default setting you need the programming card and the mode card for the mode that you are programming from. (If the lock for example is in Mode 5 you will need the Mode 5 card.)
The lock is now in the default setting and ready to store users (see the section Add users) or for you to program a new mode. Note that you always have to return to the default setting to change between the various configurations.
To add users, you need the programming card and the user cards that you want to add. In the default setting and Mode 2, several users can have joint access to the same lock. These users are programmed into the lock. For Flexlock EM, up to 45 users can be programmed in, and for Flexlock Mifare up to 200 users.
Note that before you add the first user card to a new lock, the service card must be added.
To remove users, you need the programming card and the user cards that you want to remove.
If instead you want to remove all users that have been added to the lock, see the section Reset the lock to the default setting.
If desired, a confirmation signal can accompany opening and closing. The sound on opening/closing is set to Off by default, but it can be programmed to On. To program the sound to On or Off, the programming card and the Sound On/Off card are needed.
Users will now hear a beep as confirmation signal when they open and close the lock. To turn off the sound, repeat the above procedure.
Ready to Use can be programmed to a lock that is in default setting Mode 1 or Mode 2. For programming to Ready to Use, you need the programming card and the Ready to Use card.
Note: Any service cards that have been added to the lock will not be affected by programming to Ready to Use. The service card will remain in the lock memory and can be used as a master key.
Repeat on those locks you want to set up with Ready to Use.
To refresh the lock, you need a new programming card and an activation pin. Once refreshed, the lock remains in the same mode as previously. The old programming card is erased and the new one will be valid instead.
Note: Any user and service cards that have been programmed in will also be erased.
The service card acts as a master key. To add a service card to the lock, you need the programming card and the service card.
The service card has now been added.