3. Enter a name for the new lock being created. Lock Name must be between 4 and 14 characters in length including spaces.
4. Enter the Lock Serial and Setup Code numbers.
k The lock’s serial and setup code numbers are on a sticker included with the lock.
5. Choose the Prox/Push, Mag/Push, Barcode/Push button (under access type) if the lock being entered is provided with one
of these card readers. Note: It is not possible to edit a lock’s access type. If the lock’s access type needs to be changed, the
lock must be deleted and recreated with the appropriate card reader selected. Prox/Push corresponds to HID Prox and HID
6. If the tool box is provided with the TCMAX system and a CAC card reader, which will be used for tool box access, click CAC.
7. Enter the number of seconds Open Time (sec) to program how long the lock will remain open before automatically
8. The Audio Volume drop down selects how loud the lock will beep upon pressing buttons on the access panel. The available
choices are 0-9; 0 equals OFF and 9 equals loudest.
9. Under “Tilt Sensitivity” choose the sensitivity of the tilt alarm. The available choices are 0-7; 0 equals off and 7 equals the
most sensitive. Note: to enable the tilt alarm, press and hold “Lock” on the keypad. Unit must be locked.
10. The Tilt Alarm Time drop down selects the amount of time the tilt alarm will sound (after it is triggered).
11. Click the Bad Credential Lockout button to open the bad credential lockout sub menu. The Bad Credential Lockout default
is Never Lockout.
There are three adjustments:
a) After __ number of bad attempts
b) In __ number of minutes
c) Lockout for __ number of minutes
For example, after 5 bad attempts in 5 minutes, lockout for 5 minutes.
12. If the lock is provided with an Ethernet or 802.11 module, choose how often the lock will check for updates to the database
in the Networked eLock schedule sub menu. Click the “Networked eLock scheduler” button to open. NOTE: If the lock does not
have a LAN module, choose Disable Lock LAN Module.
a. Update Interval- How often the lock will turn on the LAN module and check the network database for updates (enter in
b. Retry Interval- If the networked lock was unable to connect to the database through the network, enter the amount of time
before it retries. (enter in HH:MM format)
c. Retry Count- If the networked lock fails to connect to the database upon retry, the lock will continue to retry the number
of times in the “retry count”
d. Failure Interval: If every attempt to connect to the database under the Retry Count is unsuccessful, Failure Interval is
the amount of time the lock will wait before starting the Retry Interval again. (Enter in HH:MM format.)
NOTE: Each time the lock turns on the LAN module to check the database for updates, a significant amount of energy is
drained from the battery.
13. Passage Mode will allow any user to place a lock into Passage Mode. Passage Mode will keep the lock in the unlocked state
indefinitely. Note: After a valid credential has been presented and the unit has unlocked, press and hold “Enter” on the access
panel keypad to activate Passage Mode.
14. If it is desired for dual credential users not to be required to enter both credentials on this particular lock, Dual Credential
Users do not Require PIN.
15. Lock On Shake will allow an open lock to automatically relock upon movement of the unit. The sensitivity of this feature will
be identical to the sensitivity of the alarm Tilt Sensitivity
16. Drawer Alarm will cause the alarm to sound if:
a) a drawer remains in the open position on an unlocked unit followed by a “Lock” operation (a drawer was left open) or
b) a drawer is opened on a locked tool box (someone broke in)
Note: optional hardware is required for this feature.
17. Choose the time zone in which the lock is installed under the Lock Time Zone pull down menu. This is helpful if the server and
the lock are in different time zones.