Electronic locks are sensitive and advanced products with fragile microchips and hardware. Please be aware that the position and type of environment the lock is installed in can affect its lifespan.
To install the lock, we recommend professional carpenters or builders. Incorrect installation of the lock can lead to irreparable damage and void of warranty.
After the lock is installed, please change the default management pin code immediately and keep a record of your new code.
Keep the backup mechanical keys in a safe secure location which can be conveniently accessed if required.
A low voltage alarm will sound when the 4 x AA batteries need replacing.
Make sure the batteries are in the correct positive/negative terminals. Incorrect positioning of the batteries may short circuit and permanently damage the lock.
Please read the manual carefully before use, and operate the lock according to instructions.
User data will be retained if batteries are temporarily removed.
Low voltage warning will sound after each 'unlock' if battery voltage is below 4.8V.
Disclaimer: Figures and characters in this manual are for manual demonstration and may not reflect the exact type or style of each model. We reserve the right to display any product that best demonstrates the manual content.
Determine your door opening direction from the image provided
Use this direction to set the handle orientation the lock.
Left Handle Figure 02
Right Handle Figure 03
To reverse the handle direction, you DO NOT need to unscrew the lock.
You can reverse the handles by shifting the tab downwards by using a small key (screw driver).
Fully unscrewing the lock may void warranty.
Rear Handle Figure 04
Front Handle Figure 05
Assemble the square spindle in the front handle and fix it with the split pin provided.
Ensure the arrow symbol on the clutch piece is point UP or DOWN
If you do not assemble the spindle and install the lock on the door. You may need to damage the lock or door for entry. Incorrect installation is not covered by warranty.
Flick the black cap covering the mechanical barrel on the front handle open
If you experiencing any of the following faults, please check this quick guide. For further support please contact KAS
Latch Not Retracting