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Once the StealthLock Transmitter Pad and Receiver Latch have been properly installed, the next series of steps involve programming.
The Standard Version StealthLock is fully programmable having the ability to change the Supervisor and User Codes, the modes of operation, and when necessary restore default setting as long as the Supervisor and User Codes are known.
Important: The Supervisor Code cannot be reset or retrieved if lost. Loss of the Supervisor Code eliminates the possibility of resetting the Supervisor Code or changing functions of the lock.
If the Receiver Latch is programmed to Learn Disable function, no changes can be made to the Receiver Latch.
When in the Programming Mode, there is a 60-second time limit for programming each step. The Learn Mode will end if too much time is taken during a step or if a mistake is made. If this happens, you will have to re-start programming.
The Learn Button is on the exterior side of the Receiver Latch. Adjacent to the button is a green and yellow LED. To enter the Learning Mode, press the Learn Button using a suitable pointed probe. Depending upon how long the button is pressed, the one blink pattern, the two blink pattern or the three blink pattern will flash. Once in a programming mode, the blink pattern cannot be changed. Wait until the time limit has been passed and the Receiver Latch has exited the programming mode in order to enter a different blink pattern in the programming mode.
In the one-blink pattern, the StealthLock can be programmed to a new User Code. A two-blink pattern is entered to program the Supervisor Code. A three-blink pattern is entered to program functions.
User Code Programming
To program the new User Code, press and maintain pressure on the learn button until the yellow LED begins to blink. Immediately release the learn button. The Receiver Latch is in User Code programming mode, one-blink pattern.
Enter the current user code onto the Transmitter Pad. The factory default User Code is “0000.” User Codes must be four to eight digits in length.
Press the unlock button.
The Transmitter Pad green LED will illuminate for approximately two seconds, indicating the signal is being transmitted. Wait for green LED to extinguish, as the pad will not accept programming when the Green LED is illuminated.
Enter the new four- to eight-digit User Code and press the Lock Button. Enter the new User Code and Lock Button a second time for confirmation after the green LED has extinguished.
If a too short or too long code has been entered, the green LED on the Transmitter Pad flashes rapidly after pressing Lock or Unlock button. If the confirmation User Code is not identical, the Receiver Latch flashes green-yellow multiple times and extinguishes.
The green LED on the Receiver Latch will illuminate for three seconds indicating the new user code has been successfully programmed. The StealthLock will exit the Learn Mode, the flashing yellow LED extinguishes.
Enter the new user code and press Unlock Button to be certain the lock unlocks. Repeat this operation several times to ensure the lock unlocks.
Additional programming instructions will appear in the expanded version of this article on our web site, www.locksmithledger.com.
Changing the Supervisor Code
The Supervisor Code allows the owner of the StealthLock® to overwrite the user code and change operational modes. The factory-default Supervisor Code is 071856. The Supervisor Code cannot be reset or retrieved if lost. The current Supervisor Code is required to change to a new Supervisor Code.
CompX highly recommends the Supervisor Code be changed from the factory default code. The Supervisor Code must be four to eight digits in length. It does not have to be the same length as the User Code.
To change the Supervisor Code, press and hold the Receiver Latch learn button until the LED begins a two yellow blink pattern entering the learning mode. Note: Programming the User Code requires the single blink pattern.