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MANUALLY PROGRAMMING THE SNAP-ON LEVEL 5 GEN 3 LOCK
Instruction Manual
Level 5 NTC

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Setting up the Snap-on Level 5 Gen3 Lock Manual
Setting up the Snap-on Level 5 Gen3 Lock ..................................................................................................................... 3
Basic Setup ........................................................................................................................................................................ 4
Main Slave / Aux Slave Setup ............................................................................................................................................. 5
Ethernet Setup ................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Wi-Fi Setup ........................................................................................................................................................................ 7
Getting Started ................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Manual Programming at the Access Panel ...................................................................................................................... 11
Creating Users .................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Erasing Users ..................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Viewing Users ..................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Editing Users ...................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Access Panel Permissions by Supervisor Level ................................................................................................................ 14
Manual Programming – Lock Settings ............................................................................................................................ 15
Setting the Clock ................................................................................................................................................................ 15
Changing Tilt Sensitivity ...................................................................................................................................................... 15
Changing Beep Volume ....................................................................................................................................................... 15
Review Messages ............................................................................................................................................................... 16
Using the Snap-on Level 5 Gen3 Lock ............................................................................................................................ 17
Opening/Closing the Toolbox lock ....................................................................................................................................... 17
Activating Tilt Alarm ............................................................................................................................................................ 17
Test Wi-Fi Network .............................................................................................................................................................. 17
User Log ............................................................................................................................................................................. 17
Access Log ......................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Visual Inventory Status ....................................................................................................................................................... 18
Access Panel Display ..................................................................................................................................................... 19
Date/time .......................................................................................................................................................................... 19
Remaining battery charge ................................................................................................................................................... 19
Card reader type (prox, magstripe, barcode, no reader) ....................................................................................................... 20
Lock serial number ............................................................................................................................................................. 20
Control module firmware version ......................................................................................................................................... 20
Access panel firmware version ............................................................................................................................................ 20
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Level 5 NTC Operator’s Manual – Manual Programming of the Snap-on Level 5 Gen3 Lock
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TABLE OF CONTENTS continued
Other manuals available as separate pdfs:
Database & Network Configuration & Install Manual
LockView NTC Instruction Manual
LockView NTC
Instruction
Manual
NO
NO
YES
go to
go to
YES
Setting up the
Snap-on Level
5 Gen 3 Lock
Manual
Is LockView
NTC Software
going to be
used?
Setting up the
Snap-on Level
5 Gen 3 Lock
Manual
Database
& Network
Configuration
& Installation
Manual
Will the locks
be 802.11
or Ethernet
networked?
The following chart is intended
to serve as a guide to provide
for the most logical and efficient
set-up of the Snap-on Level 5
Tool Control System.

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Basic / Standalone Setup
SETTING UP THE SNAP-ON LEVEL 5 GEN3 LOCK
L5BPG3
Battery Module
L5PROXG3
Access Panel
(Keypad/Prox shown)
L5LMG3
Lock Module
L5WHBTG3
Battery Cable
L5WHACG3
Access Panel
Cable
Note: part numbers on
this page are Snap-on
part numbers.

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Main Slave / Aux Slave Setup
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L5BPG3
Battery Module
L5PROXG3
Access Panel
(Keypad/Prox shown)
L5WHBTG3
Battery Cable
Note: part numbers on
this page are Snap-on
part numbers.
L5WHACG3
Access Panel
Cable
Main Slave
L5SUG3
Includes Cable
L5WHSUG3
L5WHSUG3
Slave cable
L5WHSUG3
Slave cable
CompX eLatch
or 12V strike
(not included)
L5LMG3
Lock Module
Auxiliary Slave Module
L5SUAUXG3
Includes cable
L5WHSUG3
L5WHSUG3
Slave cable

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SETTING UP THE SNAP-ON LEVEL 5 GEN3 LOCK continued
Ethernet Setup
L5BPG3
Battery Module
L5PROXG3
Access Panel
(Keypad/Prox shown)
L5WHBTG3
Battery Cable
L5WHACG3
Access Panel
Cable
To
Ethernet Port
(not included)
L5LMG3
Lock Module
L5ETHERG3
Ethernet Module
Includes Interconnect Cable
Note: part numbers on
this page are Snap-on
part numbers.

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SETTING UP THE SNAP-ON LEVEL 5 GEN3 LOCK continued
Wi-Fi Setup
L5BPG3
Battery Module
L5PROXG3
Access Panel
(Keypad/Prox shown)
L5WHBTG3
Battery Cable
L5WHACG3
Access Panel
Cable
To Wireless
Network
(not included)
L5LMG3
Lock Module
L580211G
Wi-Fi Module
(includes interconnect cable)
Note: part numbers on
this page are Snap-on
part numbers.

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Getting Started
Manual mode (NOT using LockView)
Each lock is shipped pre-programmed with a default PIN
(Personal Identification Number) 2 8 0 1.
In order to ensure the security of the tool box, 2 8 0 1
should be removed AND replaced by following the below
steps.
1) Press “Menu/Select” button.
“LOGIN PLEASE” is displayed.
2) Key in 2 8 0 1 followed by “Enter.”
“NEW USER” is displayed.
3) Press “Enter”
Screen displays “Key or Swipe ID to Create or Up-Down
to pick slot” Go to step #6 if using a card (HID Prox; HID
iCLASS; magstripe; or barcode) based credential.
4) Key in new 4 to 14 digit PIN followed by “Enter”
5) Repeat keyed PIN when “AGAIN” appears and Press “Enter”
“LEVEL 1-9:1” is displayed. Go to step #7.
6) Present new card. “LEVEL 1-9:1” is displayed.
7) Press “9” followed by “Enter.”
“NEW USER” is displayed.
8) Press “Down” button
“ERASE USER” is displayed.
9) Press “Enter”
Screen displays “Key or Swipe ID to
Erase or Up-Down to pick slot”
10) Key in 2 8 0 1 followed by
“Enter”
“PRESS 9 to DELETE SLOT 1” is displayed.
11) Press “9” and “ERASED” is displayed. Press “Lock” button.
12) 2 8 0 1 has been removed and new PIN or card credential
has been added.
LockView Mode
Methods to begin building a database of locks in LockView
Manual method
(For both non-networked and networked locks)
1) In LockView go to Read/Write Lock; Lock Editor tab and
click Add Lock.
2) Enter the required information: Lock Name; Lock Serial
Number; and Setup Code (supplied on green sticker set).
3) Verify and/or adjust all other lock parameters and click
OK (see LockView NTC Software instruction manual for full
details on these options)
Automatic method
Lock must be in “SET UP READY” mode before continuing.
In order to place a lock into set up ready mode, press and
hold “Clear.”
“SETUPCODE” will be displayed.
Enter the setup code (supplied on green sticker set) and
press “Enter.”
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The following will be displayed: “1-UNLOCK;” “9-CLEAR;”
and “CLR-Exit.”
Choosing “1-UNLOCK” will place the lock in “SET UP READY”
mode. During this time the lock and any existing users in
lock will be added automatically to LockView NTC Software.
NOTE: The lock will timeout after five minutes of inactivity.
During these five minutes, the lock is considered to be in
“non-secure” mode.
Choosing “9-CLEAR” will permanently erase any users
and audit trail records from the lock. NOTE: “9-CLEAR” will
place the lock in “non-secure” mode indefinitely, which is
displayed as “SET UP READY.”
Non Networked Lock(s)
1) With the lock in “SET UP READY” mode
2) Open LockView NTC Software and physically connect to lock
via the USB Dongle & RJ11 cable.
3) “PC ---------” will be displayed
4) The lock will automatically be enrolled into the LockView
NTC Software database.
5) The following pop up will be displayed.
Left Click Yes. (SNXXXX corresponds to the lock’s serial
number.)
6) The following pop up will be displayed.
Enter desired lock name under New Lock Name.
7) Left click Save when done.
8) In LockView, go to Read / Write Lock; Lock Editor tab
9) Left click to highlight newly added lock
10) Left click Edit Lock to enter and/or modify the remaining
lock parameters
Networked Lock(s)
1) With the lock in “SET UP READY” mode
2) Using a properly configured Ethernet or Wi-Fi system
open LockView NTC Software. (See Database & Network
Configuration & Install Manual.)
3) At the lock, press the “Up”
button.
4) The lock will automatically be enrolled into the LockView
database
5) In LockView, the following pop up will be displayed.
Left Click Yes. (SNXXXX corresponds to the lock’s serial
number.)
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6) The following pop up will be displayed.
Enter desired lock name under New Lock Name.
7) Left click Save when done.
8) In LockView NTC Software, go to Read / Write Lock; Lock
Editor tab.
9) Left click the name given to the lock.
10) Left click Edit Lock to enter and/or modify the remaining
lock parameters, if desired.
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Creating Users
Note: Supervisor level of 4 or greater is needed to create
a user.
New user’s supervisor level can not exceed that of the
supervisor’s level used to create the new user, i.e. a level 5
supervisor cannot create a level 6 or higher supervisor.
1) Press “Menu Select”
2) Screen displays “LOGIN PLEASE”
3) Key valid PIN code followed by “Enter”
or present valid
card (HID Prox, iCLASS, Magstripe, or Barcode).
4) “NEW USER” is displayed.
Press “Enter”
[If “NEW USER” does not appear, press “Up” or “Down” button;
until “NEW USER” appears and press “Enter.” ]
5) Screen displays “Key or Swipe ID to Create or Up-Down to
pick slot”
To create user without specifying slot: key in new 4 to 14
digit PIN followed by “Enter.”
Repeat keyed PIN when “AGAIN” appears and press “Enter”
when done OR present new card. Choose supervisor level
(1 – 9) followed by “Enter”
To create user in a specific slot: press “Up” or “Down”
button.
Available slots will be displayed. Press
“Up” or “Down” button to the desired slot; once the desired
slot is displayed key new 4 to 14 digit PIN followed by
“Enter.”
Repeat keyed PIN when “AGAIN” appears and press “Enter”
when done OR present new card
6) Next, choose supervisor level (1 – 9) followed by “Enter”
Erasing Users
Note: Supervisor level of 4 or greater is needed to erase a
user.
Supervisor level of user being erased can not exceed that of
the supervisor’s level doing the erasing.
1) Press “Menu Select”
2) Screen displays “LOGIN PLEASE”
3) Key valid PIN code followed by “Enter”
or present valid
card (HID Prox, iCLASS, Magstripe, or Barcode).
4) Press “Up” or “Down” button
until “ERASE USER”
appears and press “Enter”
5) Screen displays “Key or Swipe ID to Delete or Up-Down to
Select”
To erase user without identifying slot: key in 4 to 14 digit
PIN followed by “Enter”
OR present card of user that is
to be erased. Screen displays “Press 9 to Delete Slot …” ;
Press “9” to complete.
To erase user by specifying slot: press “Up” or “Down”
button.
Occupied slots will be displayed with each
button press. Continue to arrow “Up” or “Down” to
the desired slot; once the desired slot is displayed press
“Enter.”
Screen displays “Press 9 to Delete Slot …” ;
Press “9” to complete.
Viewing Users
Using this feature, the following can be done: (1) observe
the user(s) name(s) (if one has been assigned in LockView),
(2) slot number user(s) occupy, supervisor level of user(s)
and (3) logged access date and time of specified user(s).
Note: Supervisor level of 3 or greater is needed to view
user(s).
1) Press “Menu Select”
2) Screen displays “LOGIN PLEASE”
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3) Key valid PIN code followed by “Enter”
or present valid
card (HID Prox, iCLASS, Magstripe, or Barcode).
4) Press “Up” or “Down” button
until “VIEW USER”
appears and press “Enter”
5) Screen displays “Key or Swipe ID to View or Up-Down to
Select”
To view user without identifying slot: key in 4 to 14 digit
PIN followed by “Enter”
OR present card of user that
is to be viewed. Screen will display the slot number that
user occupies, the user’s name (if one has been given in
LockView NTC Software), the supervisor level (1-9) of that
user, and the user’s last access date and time.
To view user by specifying slot: Press “Up” or “Down” button
occupied slots will be displayed with each button
press. Continue to press “Up” or “Down” button
to the desired slot; once the desired slot is displayed press
“Enter.”
Screen will display the user’s name (if one
has been given in LockView NTC Software), the supervisor
level (1-9) of that user, and the user’s last access date and
time.
Editing Users
Using this feature, the following can be done: change
user(s) supervisor level, add or change dual credential
PIN, and unlock a locked out user due to incorrect PIN
attempts (note: bad credential lockout must be enabled in
LockView).
Note: Supervisor level of 4 or greater is needed to edit
user(s).
Supervisor level of user being edited can not exceed that of
the supervisor’s level doing the editing.
1) Press “Menu Select”
2) Screen displays “LOGIN PLEASE”
3) Key valid PIN code followed by “Enter”
or present valid
card (HID Prox, iCLASS, Magstripe, or Barcode).
4) Press “Up” or “Down” button
until “EDIT USER”
appears and press “Enter”
5) Screen displays “Key or Swipe ID to Edit or Up-Down to
Select”
To edit user without identifying slot: key in 4 to 14 digit
PIN followed by “Enter”
OR present card of user that
is to be edited. Screen will display the slot number that
user occupies, the user’s name (if one has been given in
LockView NTC Software).
a. Supervisor level (1-9) of the user can be adjusted by either
entering the new supervisor level or pressing the “Up”
or “Down” button until desired level is displayed; press
“Enter.”
b. If desired, edit user to add dual credential requiring PIN --
“PIN: BLANK” will appear only if the user has not been set
up as a dual credential user. To set user as dual credential
user, press “Enter;”
“NEW” will appear. Key in 4 to 14
digit PIN followed by “Enter.”
Repeat keyed PIN when
“AGAIN” appears and press “Enter”
when done.
c. Edit user’s existing dual credential PIN -- “PIN: SET” will
appear if the user has already been set up as a dual credential
user via manual programming or LockView. To change dual
credential PIN, press “Enter,”
“NEW” will appear. Key
in new 4 to 14 digit PIN followed by “Enter.”
Repeat
keyed PIN when “AGAIN” appears and press “Enter”
when done.
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d. If a user’s credential has been locked out, “LOCKEDOUT”
appears. Note: A user’s dual credential (if enabled) can
become locked out only if: 1) bad credential lockout has
been selected in LockView NTC Software under Lock Editor
tab of Read/Write Lock, and 2) the number of incorrect
attempts of the dual credential user’s 2nd PIN within the
specified time has occurred at the lock. Press “Up or “Down”
button
to unlock the credential. “Not LOCKOUT”
will appear; press “Enter.”
To edit user by specifying slot: press “Up” or “Down” button
occupied slots will be displayed with each button
press. Continue to press “Up” or “Down” button
t o
the desired slot; once the desired slot is displayed press
“Enter.”
Screen will display the user’s name (if one has
been given in LockView).
a. Supervisor level (1-9) of the user can be adjusted by either
entering the new supervisor level or pressing the “Up” or
“Down” button
until desired level is displayed;
press “Enter.”
b. If desired, edit user to add dual credential requiring PIN
-- “PIN: BLANK” will appear only if the user has not been
set up as a dual credential user in LockView NTC Software.
To set user as dual credential user, press “Enter;”
“NEW” will appear. Key in 4 to 14 digit PIN followed by
“Enter.”
Repeat keyed PIN when “AGAIN” appears and
press “Enter”
when done.
c. Edit user’s existing dual credential PIN -- “PIN: SET” will
appear if the user has already been set up as a dual
credential user in manual programming or in LockView NTC
Software. To change dual credential PIN, press “Enter,”
“NEW” will appear. Key in new 4 to 14 digit PIN followed by
“Enter.”
Repeat keyed PIN when “AGAIN” appears and press “Enter”
when done.
d. If a user’s credential has been locked out, “LOCKEDOUT”
appears. A user’s dual credential (if enabled) can become
locked out only if: 1) bad credential lockout has been
selected in LockView NTC Software under Lock Editor tab of
Read/Write Lock, and 2) the number of incorrect attempts
of the dual credential user’s 2nd PIN within the specified
time has occurred at the lock. Press “Up” or “Down” button
to unlock the credential. “Not LOCKOUT” will
appear; press “Enter”
Set Pin
Note: Any supervisor level (1-9) can manually add or change
a dual credential PIN to an existing credential.
1) Press “Menu Select”
2) Screen displays “LOGIN PLEASE”
3) Key valid PIN code followed by “Enter”
or present valid
card (HID Prox, iCLASS, Magstripe, or Barcode).
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4) Press “Up” or “Down” button
until “SET PIN”
appears and press “Enter.”
5) “NEW” will be displayed
6) Key 4 -14 digit PIN and press “Enter”
OR to erase an
existing PIN that serves as a 2nd credential press “Enter”
again.
7) “AGAIN” will be displayed; rekey PIN to confirm and press
“Enter.”
OR to erase an existing PIN that serves as a 2nd credential
press “Enter”
again.
8) “STORED” will be displayed when PIN has been added OR
“ERASED” will be displayed when the existing PIN has been
erased.
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ACCESS PANEL PERMISSIONS BY SUPERVISOR LEVEL
Level 1 & 2
Level 3
Level 4-8
Level 9
Review Messages
Set Pin
View Users
Adjust Tilt
Beep Volume
Review Messages
Set Pin
New User
Erase User
View User
Edit User
Adjust Tilt
Beep Volume
Review Messages
Set Pin
New User
Erase User
View User
Edit User
Adjust Tilt
Beep Volume
Set Clock
User Log
Access Log
Review Messages
Set Pin
Test Wireless
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Setting Time at the Toolbox lock
◆ Time Zone (North America & GMT times)
◆ Daylight Savings Time (DST)
◆ Year, Month & Day
◆ Hour, Minute & AM/PM
** AUDIT TRAIL ACCURACY IN LOCKVIEW NTC SOFTWARE
REQUIRES CORRECT DATE AND LOCAL TIME. **
Setting the Clock
Note: Supervisor level 9 is needed to set the clock
1. Press “Menu Select”
2. Screen displays “LOGIN PLEASE”
3. Enter valid PIN code followed by “Enter”
or present
valid card (HID Prox, iCLASS, Magstripe, or Barcode).
4. Screen displays “NEW USER.” Press “Down” or “Up” button
until screen displays “SET CLOCK.” Press “Enter.”
5. Select Time Zone with “Up”/“Down” buttons.
Press “Enter.”
6. Select Daylight Savings Time “ON” or “OFF” with “Up”/“Down”
buttons.
Press “Enter.”
7. Type 2 digit year, month (01-12) & day (01-31). Press
“Clear”
to go back. Press “Enter”
when done to
continue.
8. Type hour (01-12), minute (00-60), followed by 1 for AM or 2
for PM. Press “Clear”
to go back. Press “Enter”
to
continue.
Changing Tilt Sensitivity
The lock can be set to alarm if the toolbox is moved (see
Activating Alarm). Using this feature, the sensitivity of the tilt
sensor can be adjusted according to user preference.
Note: Supervisor level of 3 or greater is needed to change
tilt sensitivity. Range is 0 to 8.
“0” equals OFF and “8” is most sensitive.
1) Press “Menu Select”
2) Screen displays “LOGIN PLEASE”
3) Key valid PIN code followed by “Enter”
or present valid
card (HID Prox, iCLASS, Magstripe, or Barcode).
4) Press “Up” or “Down” button
until “ADJUST TILT”
appears and press “Enter”
5) Screen displays “T-SENS 0 – 8:”
6) Tilt sensitivity level can be adjusted by either entering the
new sensitivity (0 - 8) on the keypad or pressing the “Up” or
“Down” button
until desired level is displayed;
press “Enter.”
Changing Beep Volume
Note: Supervisor level of 3 or greater is needed to change
beep volume. Range is 0 to 9.
“0” equals OFF up to “9” which is the loudest.
1) Press “Menu Select”
2) Screen displays “LOGIN PLEASE”
3) Key valid PIN code followed by “Enter”
or present valid
card (HID Prox, iCLASS, Magstripe, or Barcode).
4) Press “Up” or “Down” button
until “BEEPVOLUME”
appears and press “Enter”
5) Screen displays “AudVol 0 – 9:”
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6) Beep volume can be adjusted by either entering the new
volume (0 - 9) on the keypad or by pressing the “Up” or
“Down” button
until desired level is displayed; press
“Enter.”
Review Messages
Note: Messages can only be created in LockView NTC
Software.
1) Press “Menu Select”
2) Screen displays “LOGIN PLEASE”
3) Key valid PIN code followed by “Enter”
or present valid
card (HID Prox, iCLASS, Magstripe, or Barcode).
4) Press “Up” or “Down” button
until “REVIEW
MESSAGES” appears and press “Enter”
5) If the user has messages that have been created in LockView
NTC Software, they will be displayed.
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Opening/Closing the Toolbox lock
1. Enter valid PIN code followed by “Enter”
or present valid
card (HID Prox, iCLASS, Magstripe, or Barcode).
2. Toolbox lock will open, Lock icon changes to open
and
green OPEN LED will flash.
3. Toolbox lock will automatically lock after open time as set in
LockView has elapsed. Press “Lock” button
to lock the
toolbox manually.
Activating Tilt Alarm
1) To activate the tilt alarm, the unit must be locked
2) Press and hold the “Lock” button
3) “ARMED” will be displayed and the bell icon
will turn on
4) To deactivate the alarm present a valid PIN or card
Test Wi-Fi Network
(for wirelessly networked locks)
The signal strength and signal quality of a wirelessly networked
lock can be observed.
Note: Supervisor level of 9 is needed to test Wi-Fi network
1) Press “Menu Select”
2) Screen displays “LOGIN PLEASE”
3) Key valid PIN code followed by “Enter”
or present valid
card (HID Prox, iCLASS, Magstripe, or Barcode).
4) Press “Up” or “Down” button
until “TEST WIFI
NETWORK” appears and press “Enter”
5) “TESTING||||||” will be displayed.
6) “QLTY||||||” will then display the relative signal strength &
quality (more bars equals stronger signal and higher quality).
User Log
Note: Supervisor level of 9 is needed to view user log.
User Log provides a means to view all logged entries by user
and/or slot number. Information that will be displayed is 1)
date/time; 2) action (log in or open) w/ slot number; or 3)
user name (if a name was assigned using LockView)
1) Press “Menu Select”
2) Screen displays “LOGIN PLEASE”
3) Key valid PIN code followed by “Enter”
or present valid
card (HID Prox, iCLASS, Magstripe, or Barcode).
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4) Press “Up” or “Down” button
until “USER LOG”
appears and press “Enter.”
5) Screen displays “Key or Swipe ID to View or Up-Down to
Select”
a) To view user log by credential, key PIN code of interest
followed by “Enter”
or present card of interest
to view most recent logged date/time; action (log in or
open) w/ slot number; and user name (if assigned using
LockView software)
OR
b) To view user log by slot number, press “Up” or “Down”
button
to view by slot; once slot number of
interest is displayed,
press “Enter” to view most
recent logged date/time; action (log in or open) w/ slot
number
6) To view other logged entries of the same user, press “Up” /
“Down” buttons.
Access Log
Note: Supervisor level of 9 is needed to view access log
Access Log provides a means to view all logged entries for
the lock. Information that will be displayed is 1) date/time;
2) action (log in or open) w/ slot number; or 3) user name
(if a name was assigned using LockView)
All logged entries pertaining to each of the above 3 criteria
can be viewed individually by pressing “Enter”
when the
entry of interest appears.
1) Press “Menu Select”
2) Screen displays “LOGIN PLEASE”
3) Key valid PIN code followed by “Enter”
or present valid
card (HID Prox, iCLASS, Magstripe, or Barcode).
4) Press “Up” or “Down” button
until “ACCESS LOG”
appears and
press “Enter”
5) Screen displays and scrolls the most recent logged date/
time; action (log in or open) w/ slot number; and user name
(if assigned using LockView NTC Software)
6) To view specific logged entry criteria, press “Enter”
button when the criteria of interest is displayed.
7) Press “Up” / “Down” button
to scroll through the
specific logged entries.
Visual Inventory Status
Visual inventory status of the tool box contents can be
recorded at the lock. There are two categories:
1) Inventory OK confirms all tools are in the box.
2) Inventory Problem confirms there is an issue that needs to
be documented.
A numeric code can be created and entered for either
status category, which can then be cross referenced with
a company-created chart or list that may include such
inventory items as tools, drawers, fixtures, etc.
For example, when the second shift mechanic takes control
of the tool box shared with the first shift mechanic, entering
a code of 020399 could mean that a 5/8” open end wrench
that normally resides in drawer 02; (020399) foam location
03; (020399) is missing 99; (020399).
The inventory status will be stored in and become a part of
the audit trail in LockView NTC Software.
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Note: Lock must be locked before continuing.
1) Key valid PIN or present valid card
2) Press and HOLD “Back”
3) “LOG: INV OK” will be displayed
4) Press “Up” or “Down” button to toggle between “LOG: INV OK”
and “LOG: PROBLEM”
5) Enter a numeric code between 1 and 14 characters long; OR
press “Enter”
if a code is not needed.
After one or more digits have been entered, pressing the “Up”
button will enter a dash ( - ) and/or pressing the “Down”
button will enter a period ( . )
Each dash and/or period count toward the 14 available
spaces.
6) Press “Enter”
button when finished entering code.
Access Panel Display
Several pieces of information can be obtained by pressing
the “Down”
button when the unit is in the locked
state
1) Date/time
2) Remaining battery charge.
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If unit is under AC power, fast charge (FAST-CHG) or slow
charge (SLOW-CHG) is displayed.
3) Card reader type (Prox, Magstripe, Barcode, No reader) (Note:
HID Prox and iCLASS both show “Prox.”)
4) Lock serial number
5) Control module firmware version
6) Access panel firmware version

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Level 5 NTC
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