There were dozens of booths at the recent ALOA show in Dallas and each one had something to sell. I was initially attracted to the Sunnect booth for several reasons. Sunnect is marketing the AP501 digital deadbolt lock. While there are other digital locks on the market, the Sunnect lock caught my...
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Two buttons are located inside the battery compartment. The left button is for key registration and the right button is for passcode registration.
Registration of a user passcode is simple. Press the passcode registration button and the unit will beep twice. Enter the desired passcode on the outer keypad. Again press the passcode registration button and the unit will beep three times. Passcode programming is now complete.
To register tag keys, press the key registration button and the unit will beep twice. Touch the tip of a tag key against the tag key sensor. Continue touching the tag key sensor with each additional tag key to be used for the lock. Then again press the key registration button. Three beeps will indicate that the tag key registration is complete.
A master function features registering of a master tag key and master passcode in a group of locks. This function is designed for use in a building complex where management could use one master passcode or master tag key to unlock every AP501 lock on the premises, while users could register their own passcode or tag keys for their individual locks.
The AP501 lock is available in satin nickel, bright brass or aged bronze.
Contact Sunnect, Inc, at 877-366-7565, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org