EZSCT Keypad Electronic Door Lock
Ever since it was founded in 1954, Tong Lung has had a distinguished past. With its committed and creative team of professionals, Tong Lung has been a leader and pioneer in mechanical locks and technological remote access solutions. Products from Tong Lung Metal are available in more than 40 countries, and our clients view us as a global leader in the supply of electronic and mechanical door lock hardware, hinges, and door accessories. Both domestic and foreign markets have shown a great deal of recognition for our product brands, EZSET, POSSE, and LUCKY.
Limited Warranty Statements
Tong Lung Metal Industry Co., Ltd. (hereafter “TL”) warrants the Product to be free from defects in material and workmanship for 12 months from the original date of purchase. If you discover a defect in the Product covered by this warranty, we will repair or replace the item at our option using new or refurbished components.
This warranty covers defects in manufacturing discovered while using the Products as recommended by TL rather than occurred by the act of God, and damages caused by misuse, abuse, and unauthorized modification.
Limited of Liability
TL will not be held liable for incidental or consequential losses or damages to any act of God.
Service requirements shall be subject to the presentation of this warrant card and defective parts to the manufacturer TL. The warranty card will not be reissued if lost.
- Product: KEYPAD ELECTRONIC DEADBOLT LOCK
- Purchase Date :
KEYPAD ELECTRONIC DEADBOLT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
The BACKSET is the distance between the center of the cross bore and the edge bore of the door. Adjustable latch fits both BACKSET of 2-3/8” (60mm) and 2-3/4” (70mm). Please follow the steps shown below for BACKSET adjustment.
Latch Backset Adjustment: Rotate the latch case as in the diagram on the right for a backset of 2-3/4″ (70mm) or reverse direction for 2-3/8″ (60mm).
- Mark The Door With a Template
Select the height and backset as desired on the door face; use the TEMPLATE as an indication to mark the center of the circle on the door face and the center of the door edge.
- Drill Holes
Using the marks as a guide drill a hole of Ø2-1/8” (54mm) through the door face for the lockset, then a hole of Ø1” (25.4mm) for the latch.
- Install Latch
- Insert the latch and ensure it is paralleled to the door face. Mark the outline of the faceplate, then take out the latch.
- Chisel 1/8” (3mm) deep along the outline to allow the faceplate to be aligned with the door
- Insert the latch and tighten it with screws. Note: please use tapping screws for the metal door.
- Install Strike
- To identify the center of the strike: close the door, based on the faceplate mark horizontal center line of the strike. Ensure the center of the faceplate and the center of the strike are aligned. Use the mark as a guide to outline the strike.
- Chisel 5/64” (2mm) deep along the strike outline to align the strike with the doorframe.
- Insert the strike and tighten it with screws. Note: please use ”tapping screws” for the metal door.
- Install Keypad Assembly
- Ensure the latch bolt must be retracted.
- Please refer to the diagram below for Cylinder Installation. Place the deadbolt against the keypad with the tailpiece in a horizontal position inserted through the hub of the latch.
- Pass the IC wire under the latch to the interior side of the door.
- Install Inside Mounting Plate
Pass the IC wire through the wire hole of the mounting plate. Fix the mounting plate with screws. If the outside lock assembly is lopsided, please loosen the screws to adjust its position and tighten the screws again.
- Identify Door Handing
Face the door from outside, the door is left-handed if the hinge is on the left-hand side of the door, whereas the door is right-handed if the hinge is on the right-hand side of the door.
- Adjusting Turn Piece
Turn the turn piece to the left for 45 degrees when it’s a right-handed door. Turn the turn piece to the right for 45 degrees when it’s left-handed door.
- Install receiver module
- Please remove the battery cover Battery (push it up and pull it out).
- Connect the IC wire and ensure the tailpiece is engaged with the turn piece, then attach the receiver module to the door with screws. It’s optional to use wood screws. (Wood screws only for the wood door)
- Insert 4 (AA) 1.5V alkaline batteries and put the battery cover back into the receiver
- Programming Button
The programming Button is for entering codes, clearing errors, and setting functions It’s also a lock button.
- Number Buttons
Input the passcodes, each passcode is 4-10 digits in length.
Retract / Extend the latch bolt by key from the exterior.
Prevent water from permeating into the lockset.
- Battery Lid
Slide the lid to change the batteries or restore the default setting.
- Battery Holder
Four AA（1.5V）Alkaline batteries.
- R Button (Reset)
Restore the default setting.
Retract/Extend the latch bolt from the interior.
- Battery Four AA（1.5V）Alkaline batteries.
- Low Battery
- 2-1 The batteries should be changed immediately once you see the LED flash in red and hear constant beep sounds for about 10 seconds when pressing the programming button.
- 2-2 All settings are retained in the memory and will not be affected even if the battery is completely dead.
- 2-3 The lock still can be operated by key even if there is a power outage.
- LED Indicator
- 3-1 LED flashes green once when successful operation.
- 3-2 LED flashes green twice when successful programming.
- 3-3 LED flashes red 3 times when there is an operation error.
- 3-4 LED flashes red 5 times when codes input error, the operation will stop for system protection (Refer to 17).
- 3-5 LED flashes orange 3 times when the system has been restored to the default setting.
- 3-6 LED flashes orange slowly while in programming mode.
- Audio Indicator
- 4-1 1 beep sound indicates a successful operation. 4-2 2 long beeps indicate successful programming 4-3 3 beeps indicate an operation error.
- 4-4 3 long beeps indicate that the system has been restored to the default setting.
- 4-5 5 beeps when codes input error, the operation will stop for system protection. (Refer to 17)
- 4-6 10 rapid beeps indicate the power of the battery is low.
- Programming Code
- 5-1 The preset Programming Code is 0000. Please delete it and create your code for the first time operation.
- 5-2 Only one set of Programming Code for function setting.
- 5-3 Programming Code is only for function setting, you can’t unlock the door by pressing Programming Code.
- 5-4 Programming code is 4-10 digits in length.
- 5-5 Programming code can be changed anytime if needed.
- User Code
- 6-1 The preset User Code is 1234. Please delete it and create your code for the first time operation.
- 6-2 Up to 6 sets of User codes can be saved.
- 6-3 User Code is only for activating the lock, without programming function.
- 6-4 User Code is 4-10 digits in length.
- 6-5 User Codes can be deleted or changed anytime if needed.
- Delete Individual User Code
- 7-1 User Codes can be deleted individually. You can reset the same number as the code even if it’s deleted before.
- 7-2 You should enter the Programming code to delete the individual User code.
- Delete All User Codes At Once
- 8-1 All the User Codes can be deleted at once. You can still reset the same numbers as codes even if they were deleted before.
- 8-2 Auto-locking and Keypad locking functions will be invalid after deleting all User Codes and the lock can only be operated by key. All the electrical functions will be restored when recreate new User Codes.
- 8-3 You need to enter the Programming Code to delete all User Codes.
- Temporarily Disable All User Codes
- 9-1 Auto-locking and keypad-locking functions will be invalid when User Codes are temporarily disabled. The lock can only be operated by key during the time.
- 9-2 Repeat the programming steps to restore the User Codes.
- Create a Disposable User Code
- 10-1 Disposable User Code will be no longer valid once being used.
- 10-2 You can reset the same number as the Disposal User Code.
- 10-3 You need to enter Programming Code to create a Disposable User Code.
- Restore Preset Factory Code
- 11-1 You can restore the Preset Factory Code by pressing the “R” button on the interior receiver module when you forget the Programming Code or you want to cancel all previous settings.
- 11-2 After restoration, the Programming Code would be 0000; the User Code would be 1234 again.
- Unlock the door
- 12-1 The door will be unlocked by key or by pressing the User Code on the keypad from outside or by interior turn-piece.
- 12-2 To unlock the door on the keypad, enter the User Code and then press the Programming/Enter button.
- Lock the door
- The door will be locked by key or by pressing the Programming Button on the keypad from outside or by interior turn-piece.
- Incomplete Door Closing / Opening
- 14-1 Once the latch bolt is not extended/retracted completely and causing a not functional motor operation when it’s locked by the keypad, you’ll see the LED flash red 3 times (twice) and hear 3 beeps (No alarm when it’s in mute). You need to enter the User Code to unlock the door for remaining the bolt retracted and press the Programming Button to lock the door again.
- 14-2 If the latch bolt gets stuck or can’t extend/retract completely all the time, please check if the strike aligns with the latch bolt perfectly and adjust the strike to its proper position. After long use of the door hinge, the latch bolt might get stuck easily because the door is deformed or lopsided.
- To Activate / Deactivate Auto-Locking Function
- 15-1 The door will automatically lock itself within 10~99 seconds when this function is programmed.
- 15-2 This function is not present at the beginning; it can be set if needed.
- 15-3 The preset delay time is 30 seconds; you can adjust the period you want. 15-4 Please repeat the same programming steps to cancel the Auto-Locking function when needed.
- 15-5 The system will alarm twice if the latch bolt gets stuck or is not extended/retracted completely. You need to enter the User Code to unlock the door for the bolt retracted. The auto-locking function will be restored then.
- Toggle Mute On/Off
- 16-1 You will hear beep sounds when pressing the keypad, programming, or operating errors. It can be turned off if needed.
- 16-2 LED Illumination is still functioning when it’s in mute. For there will be no warning alarm, we suggest not to mute the beeper if it’s not necessary.
- 16-3 Motor operating sound cannot be muted.
- Code Protection Function
- The operation will stop if entering unauthorized codes over 5 times. The System will re-operate again after 45 sec.
- The LED Keypad will light up when pressing any button for ease of operating in the dark.
■ Pass Code & Function Set up
- It should remain unlocked while programming.
- Please run the door-handing identifying process (Refer to programming table) before the function is set up when the first-time installation or default setting is restored.
- Please change the default Programming Code (0000) and User Code (1234) before the function is set up for the first operation.
- LED flashes orange slowly while programming. LED flashes green twice with 2 long beeps when the correct input is. LED flashes red 3 times with 3 beeps when incorrect input. (You need to wait for 6 seconds or press the programming button when incorrect input, then re-program the system again.) 5. Every programming step should be done in 6 seconds.
- You can lock/unlock this product with either key or passcode. Please refer to the following programming table for function setup.
- We recommend using an alkaline battery to stabilize the power supply.
- Do not mix alkaline batteries with regular zinc-carbon ones or mixed brands.
- Do not use any chemical liquid or lubricating oil with additives to clean the lock body, it will damage the surface or even the mainboard.
- If there is any problem with the product, please contact your local retailer and send back the product to us for repair or replacement.
Detect Left / Right Hand Door Installation
Remark: Please run the door-handing identifying process before the function is set up when the first-time installation or the default setting is restored. It should remain unlocked while programming.
Add New User Code
Remark: Up to 6 sets of User Codes can be saved. User Code should be 4-10 digits in length.
Delete An Existing User Code
Delete All User Code At once
Remark: Auto-locking and keypad-locking functions will be invalid when User Codes are deleted. The lock can only be operated by key during the time.
Change Programming Code
Toggle Autolock On/Off
Remark: The preset delay time is 30 seconds, you can change the time by following instructions.
- Repeat the steps to cancel the Auto-locking function.
Set Autolock Time Delay
Remark: 10-99 seconds delay-time available.
Toggle Mute On/Off
Remark: Repeat the same steps to turn the beeper On/Off.
- LED illumination is still functioning when it’s in mute. But there will be no warning alarm.
Enable/Disable All User Code
Remark: Auto-locking and keypad-locking functions will be invalid when User Codes are disabled. The lock can only be operated by key during the time. Repeat the steps to enable the User Codes again.
Create a disposable User Code
Remark: Disposable code will be no longer valid once being used.
Restore all preset lock settings
Remark: Press the “R” button for over 5 seconds, the programming will complete after you hear 3 long beeps.
- After restoring, you need to run the door-handling identifying process before another function setting.
After the installation of the lockset and batteries, the door cannot be locked and three short beeps are emitted when you press the Programming button.
- Causes: The door-handing identifying process is not yet complete.
- Solutions: Please execute the door-handing identifying process as soon as the installation of the lockset is completed.
After the installation of the lockset and batteries, no responses when you press any button (no sounds are emitted, and the backlight does not work).
- Causes: It could be a problem caused by the batteries or the improper connection of the cable.
- Solutions: Check to see if the battery polarities have been reversed or if the battery is dead. If so, please re-install or change the battery. If not, please check if the cable is appropriately connected.
Fail in the first execution of the door-handing identifying process (the red light flashes three times, and three short beeps are emitted).
- Causes: Wrong door-handing or change of the door-handing in the memory.
- Solutions: Press the R button to restore the system to the factory default setting and re-execute the door-handing identifying process.
Although it succeeded in the first execution of the door-handing indentifying process, the latch does not work. (Feeling that the motor runs powerlessly, the latch bolt is stuck, and the turn-piece inside cannot be rotated.)
- Causes: Low battery.
- Solutions: Please replace it with new batteries.
The functioning has been normal, but suddenly, the latch bolt locks up, and the turn piece inside cannot be rotated, not even with the key.
- Causes: The detection of the latch bolt position is abnormal.
- Solutions: Please take out one battery first, then press any button on the front panel for electric discharge, and put the battery back next. The latch bolt will automatically re-detect its position subsequently.
- Attention: When the latch gets stuck frequently, please check if the opening of the strike aims at the central position of the latch bolt, if the latch bolt can stretch out freely, or if the hinges are deformed or tilted.
The door can be locked normally, but three short beeps are heard and the door would not unlock when the user code is entered and the programming button is pressed.
- Causes: The functioning of the micro-switch is abnormal.
- Solutions: Please unlock the door with the keys first and then contact the distributor for inspection and maintenance.
While the door is closed, you hear the latch bolt coming out when you press the programming button to lock the door; however, three short beeps are emitted. Conversely, while the door is open, no beeps are emitted when locking the latch bolt.
- Causes :
- The depth of the latch bolt hole is insufficient.
- The latch bolt is not aimed at the opening of the strike.
- Solutions :
- Please dig the latch bolt hole for the strike deeper (min. depth of 2.5 cm).
- Please adjust the strike to the appropriate position
FAQS About EZSCT Keypad Electronic Door Lock
How can I change the code for my electronic door lock?
Hold down the reset button for approximately ten seconds, or until the lock’s indicator light flashes or you hear a beep. After the reset confirmation, release the button. The next step is to assign a new master code. Enter the default master code, which is often found in the user handbook for the lock.
My Ezset lock is beeping ten times. Why?
(See 17) A low battery is indicated by 4-6 quick beeps. 5-1 0000 is the pre-set programming code. When you operate it for the first time, please remove it and develop your own code. 5-2 There is only one set of programming code needed to set a function.
An electronic code lock: what is it?
For this kind of lock to open, a microcontroller must compare the code that has been entered with a specified code. These Digital Locks are available with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and 8051 microcontrollers.
Why won’t my electronic lock operate?
This usually occurs when the battery dies. However, if the battery isn’t getting enough amperage, your electronic lock can also not be operating correctly. I frequently see both of these issues in my work as a gun-safe technician.
Is Wi-Fi required for electronic door locks?
Still, only a small percentage of smart locks need a Wi-Fi connection to function regularly. Bluetooth or Z-Wave connections are typically used to link locks that don’t need Wi-Fi.
Are keypad locks electrically operated?
Indeed. Often powered by batteries, keypad locks are often referred to as electronic or digital locks. The electronic components of the lock, including the keypad, are powered by these batteries. The batteries power a small display screen and are used to enter access codes and trigger the locking mechanism.
What code is on my key lock?
Your lock’s face, its original key, or a sticker on the back of the lock housing (inside the cabinet) will all bear the Lock Code.
Do keypad locks shut on their own?
A keypad lock will automatically lock behind you when it’s time to leave the house, so you won’t have to worry about missing the all too usual situation where you’re halfway to work and wonder if you locked the front door.
How can the smart deadbolt from Ezset be unlocked?
12-1 The lockset can be opened with a key, by entering the User Code on the keypad from the outside, or by using the turn button inside. 12-2 Enter the User Code on the keypad and hit the Programming/Enter button to unlock the door.
Would you prefer an electric lock?
Because they don’t depend on batteries that may run out of power and instead use a direct power source, wired electronic locks are typically thought to be more dependable. Furthermore, because wired electronic locks are usually linked to the building’s electrical system, they can be more difficult to fool with.
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