The following pairing procedure assumes the PL Networx lock has been powered and at least one Administrative User proximity credential (Users 2-11) has been enrolled into the lock (its DL-Windows Lock Profile downloaded into the lock). Keep this proximity credential physically available, as it will be used during the below procedure. Note: The following procedure is unique to the PL Networx lock and is NOT supplied with the programming instructions included with the remote release (RR-1BUTTON, WI1999 and RR-4BKEYFOB, WI2004).
Proceed as follows:
1. Disconnect the lock battery connector.
2. Short the two white wires (Remote Input wires) together for 10 seconds to ensure discharge of all capacitors. After 10 seconds, remove the short.
3. Re-connect the battery pack. The lock immediately sounds 3 short beeps (if these 3 beeps are not heard, start again at step 1). Over the next 7 - 9 seconds, the lock performs its power-up self-test, and indicates it is ready to operate by sounding 7-beeps.
4. At the lock proximity reader, present the enrolled Administrative User (Users 2-11) proximity card. The lock unlocks and enters a 30-second "remote release enroll sequence" during which the green LED flashes.
5. With the remote release in hand, observe the remote release LED as you perform the next steps:
a. Press and hold a remote release button.
b. The remote release red LED lights...keep holding the button…
c. When the remote release LED flashes green, release the button...
d. Wait a few seconds...observe the LED as follows:
· LED solid green = Pairing successful. To pair another button, go to step 1.
· LED solid red = Pairing unsuccessful. Start again at step 1.
After step 5, the lock will exit the "remote release enroll sequence" and will return to normal operation
PL6100 locks must have at least 59.d firmware
ETPLN locks must have at least 63.d firmware
PL6500 locks must have least 60.f firmware
For more information about Networx lock firmware versions and to download the firmware, go to www.alarmlock.com and click on Resources.
Andy Phelps, CRL, CAI
Alarm Lock National Training Manager