RYTAN ePASS IV: Standalone Electronics for the Home

This electronic deadbolt is operated without a key. From the outside, a six-digit code is used to operate the Rytan ePass IV. From the inside, a simple thumbturn secures the deadbolt


The electronic deadbolt is becoming a more popular residential auxiliary lock. Part of this increase may be a result from the use of a passage function entry lockset or handleset, as access into the home is controlled just by the deadbolt. Another could be the younger generation is much more...


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Removing secondary codes

Press and hold the “3” key until a double signal sounds. The LED will illuminate and remain on during the programming procedure. Enter the main code. Enter the position of the code (1-9) to be deleted. A double signal will sound if the position has been deleted. A long signal indicates the position was unoccupied.

Note: Always change the codes with the door open. Test to be certain the lock operates before closing the door.

The battery compartment is on the exterior side of the door. Replacing the battery will not erase the codes. The ePASSIV will emit a series of signals during the opening process, indicating the battery needs to be replaced.

The Rytan ePASSIV comes with a one-year warranty.

For more information, contact your local locksmith wholesaler or Rytan, Inc., 455 Maple Avenue , Torrance , CA 90503 . Telephone: 800-447-9826. Web site: www.rytan.com.

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