When attaching the outside lever, rotate the escutcheon 180 degrees to the correct hand, and install the lever.
For this article, the lock is equipped with a Yale KeyMark® patented interchangeable core lock mechanism. To change the hand of the IC-equipped eBOSS, remove the outside trim (lever assembly) from the lock. Remove the retaining ring from the back side of the outside trim. Rotate the outside lever 180 degrees. The retaining ring must also be rotated 180 degrees, so the ring opening aligns with the slot in the spindle. Install the retaining ring onto the lever within the outside escutcheon.
Step 2. Using the provided template, mark and drill the necessary openings to accommodate the installation of the Yale eBOSS.
Step 3. Determine the thickness of the door. The eBOSS comes factory set for 1-3/4" thick doors. To adjust the thickness, remove the two screws securing the outside trim to the lock body. Separate the lock body from the outside trim. Remove the two pins from the lock body. Adjust the rose plate to the required thickness. Insert the two pins. Mount the trim onto the lock body and install the two screws.
Step 4. Install the ground strip onto the inside face of the door just to the left or right of the through holes. The ground strip connects the escutcheon to the lock body to avoid static charge.
Step 5. Install the latch bolt into the edge of the door.
Step 6. Slide the lock body through the cross bore, making sure the latch bolt aligns. Slide the wire through the cross bore.
Step 7. Install the interior rose plate, making sure the wiring slides through the hole.
Step 8. Secure the rose plate to the outside lock chassis using the two through bolts.
Step 9. Slide the keypad onto the door directly above the outside lock chassis, making sure the wiring slides through the 1" diameter cross bore opening.
Step 10. Slide the wiring through the opening at the base of the controller board assembly and connect the wiring to the board.
Step 11. Place the assembly onto the inside of the door. Secure the keypad and the board using the 2" long Phillips head screw.
Step 12. Since the eBOSS is being installed onto a wood mount, use a drill/driver to mount the self-drilling/self-tapping screw into the door.
If the lock is being installed onto a hollow metal door, a 7/64" diameter hole is drilled through the opening at the top of the controller board assembly. A sheet metal screw is then installed to secure the controller board assembly to the door.
Step 13. Attach the motor connector to the controller board.
Step 14. Install the inside rose plate, making sure the lock body wire slides through the slot. Install the inside lever.
Test the mechanical operation of the lock including the override key if the lock is equipped.
Step 15. Install the batteries. Enter the factory set Emergency Code 4321 [*] and rotate the outside lever. The outside lever will retract latch bolt. The eBOSS is operational and ready for programming.
The eBOSS codes hierarchy is the Master Code, Supervisor Code, Emergency Code, Lockout Code, Passage Code, and the Normal User Codes. The number of digits within a code varies up to seven. However, the digits within any code may be repeated. To complete a code, the [*] button must be pressed at the end of each code for the operation to occur.
Before programming Normal User Codes, the Master Code, Emergency Code, and Supervisor Code must first be programmed. The four- to seven-digit Master Code can assign (program) all of the codes and programming commands. The four- to seven-digit Supervisor Code performs all programming functions except altering the Master Code. The four- to seven-digit Emergency Code unlocks the lock mechanism in all conditions. This includes when battery voltage is in the "black out" condition or if the lock is in Lockout mode. The four- to seven-digit Lockout Code restricts Normal User Codes from gaining access. The four- to seven-digit Passage Code enables or disables passage mode. The 94 Normal User Codes are two to seven digits in length. They provide entry only in the normally locked state. Normal User Codes cannot gain access in the Lockout Mode.
The eBOSS provides visual and audible indication during programming or as a code is entered. The visual indicators are three LEDs on the keypad above the buttons: green, red and yellow. Green indicates unlock and accepted the programming. Yellow indicates programming and button acceptance. Red indicates error. A Piezo sounder that emanates 85dBA at a minimum creates an audible tone for each keystroke. The visual indicators and/or the audible tone can be disabled.
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