KL1000 NetCode C2 – Programming & Operating Instructions (2019 Onwards)

KL1000 NetCode C2 – Programming & Operating Instructions (2019 Onwards)

About

 The KitLock has five code levels available:

  • Master Code
  • Sub-Master Code
  • User Code
  • Technician Code
  • NetCode

The KitLock is supplied with two factory set codes:

  • Master Code: 11 33 55 77
  • User Code: 22 44

Before fitting, change the Master Code and User Code

All Master and Sub-Master Codes are 8 digits long

All User Codes are 4 digits long

All Technician Codes are 6 digits long

All NetCodes are 7 digits long

The Lock 'open' time is set at 4 seconds.

Note: The KL1000 NetCode C2 has a 10-button keypad and a # button. The # button is hidden beneath the handle when in the locked position.

Functions

Before programming, select the most appropriate function for the application: Private UsePublic Use or NetCode

 

Private Use

Important Note: This is the default function and is already pre-programmed in new locks.

This is the most common function and is used where the same code will be repeatedly used.

Public Use

The user enters their own personal four-digit code. This locks the lock. The same code is entered once only to open the lock before being erased and ready for the next new user. This function is used for short term, multi-occupancy applications, e.g. a locker in a leisure centre.

NetCode

The NetCode function enables the lock owner to generate time sensitive codes for locks installed in remote locations. NetCode function should be activated prior to shipping to remote site/installation via the web-based portal. This function is typically used for issuing codes to visiting service engineers, delivery personnel (drop boxes) and medium-term locker rental. Generated codes can be sent by email or SMS to any email account or mobile phone via a password protected Codelocks Portal account.

Codes

The lock has the following code levels and available actions:

Master Code:

  • Open the lock
  • Change the Master Code
  • Set/Change/Delete the Sub-Master and User Code
  • Select between Private & Public Functions
  • Activate/Deactivate Technician Code 
  • Activate NetCode

Sub-Master Code:

  • Open the lock
  • Change the Sub-Master Code
  • Set/Change/Delete the User Code

User Code:

  • Open the lock
  • Change the User Code

Technician Code:

  •  Open the lock

NetCode:

  • Open the lock within the chosen time period 

Master Code Programs

Change the Master Code

#Master Code • 01 • New Master Code • New Master Code ••
Example: #11335577 • 01 • 12345678 • 12345678 ••
Result: Master Code has been changed to 12345678

Set or Change the User Code

#Master Code • 02 • User Code ••
Example: #11335577 • 02 • 9999 ••
Result: New User Code 9999 now operative

Delete User Code

#Master Code • 03 ••
Example: #11335577 • 03 ••
Result: User Code deleted

Set or Change the Sub-Master Code

#Master Code • 04 • Sub-Master Code •• Sub-Master Code ••
Example: #11335577 • 04 • 87654321 •• 87654321 ••
Result: Sub-Master Code 87654321 now operation

Delete Sub-Master Code

#Master Code • 05 • 05 ••
Example: #11335577 • 05 • 05 ••
Result: Sub-Master Code deleted

Sub-Master Code Programs

Change the Sub-Master Code

#Sub-Master Code • 06 • New Sub-Master Code ••
Example: #87654321 • 06 • 10101010 • 10101010 ••
Result: Sub-Master Code has been changed to 10101010

Set or Change the User Code

#Sub-Master Code • 07 • User Code ••
Example: #87654321 • 07 • 6666 ••
Result: New User Code 6666 now operative

Delete User Code

#Sub-Master Code • 08 ••
Example: #87654321 • 08 ••
Result: User Code deleted

User Code Programs

Default User Code

Please be aware that there is a default User Code enabled. If you do not want the User Code enabled when using the NetCode function, use Program 03 to delete the User Code.

Change the User Code

#User Code • New User Code • New User Code ••
Example: #2244 • 6688 • 6688 ••
Result: User Code is now 6688

Operations

Set Private Use

#Master Code • 26 ••
Example: #11335577 • 26 ••
Result: The lock will revert back to default Private Use Function. Factory set User Code 2244 will now work repeatedly until reprogrammed.

Set Public Use - Single Code Entry (Default)

#Master Code • 24 ••
Example: #11335577 • 24 ••
Result: The lock will now remain open until the next user enters their own personal code into the lock as follows:

Step 1 - Enter 4-digit code. Close the locker which will now be locked.

Step 2 - Enter the same 4-digit code. The lock will now open and remain open until next 4-digit code is entered.

Note: When locked in this mode, LED will flash every 5 seconds to indicate the locker is locked.

Set Public Use - Double Code Entry

#Master Code • 22 ••
Example: #11335577 • 22 ••
Result: The lock will now remain open until the next user enters their own personal code into the lock as follows:

Step 1 - Enter 4-digit code. Repeat 4-digit code. Close the locker which will now be locked.

Step 2 - Enter the same 4-digit code. The lock will now open and remain open until next 4-digit code is entered.

Note: When locked in this mode, • red LED will flash every 5 seconds to indicate the locker is locked.

Set Technician Code

#Master Code • 99 • Technician Code • Technician Code ••
Example: #11335577 • 99 • 555555 • 555555 ••
Result: When in Public mode the programmed Technician Code can open the lock WITHOUT the current personal User Code being erased. 
Note: If lock is opened with a Master Code when in Public mode, the User Code will be erased.

Delete Technician Code

#Master Code • 98 ••

Example: #11335577 • 98 ••

Result: The Technician Code has been deleted.

Battery Level Check

#Master Code • 09 ••
Example: #11335577 • 09 ••
Result: Both • red LED and • blue LED will flash to indicate current battery status.

Charge 

 

 

 

 

> 80%

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 50% - 80%

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 20% - 50%

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 < 20%

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Update Date & Time

Restricted operation time requires the date & time to be set prior to that feature being used.

#Master Code • 12 • YYMMDD • HHmm ••
Example: 11335577 • 12 • 160301 • 1030 ••
Result: Date & time updated to March 1st, 2016 10:30. 

Set or Change the Minute

 #Master Code ● 13 ● mm ● ●

Example: #11335577 ● 13 ● 15 ● ●

Result: The minute of the lock’s clock is updated to quarter past the hour.

Restricted Operation Time

Restrict the time of day during which User Codes can be used by setting a start and end time. Master Code, Sub-Master Code and NetCodes can be used as normal.

Enable
#Master Code • 18 • HHmm (Start Time) • HHmm (End Time) ••
Example: #11335577 • 18 • 0830 • 1730 ••
Result: User Code can only be used between 08:30 and 17:30.

Disable
#Master Code • 18 • 0000 • 0000 ••
Example: #11335577 • 18 • 000000 ••
Result: Restricted operation time cancelled.

NetCode 

The lock is equipped with the NetCode function which allows a 7-digit code to be generated via the NetCode Portal. When a code is generated, a time period can be selected during which the code will work. Once the period has expired, the code will no longer be able to be used.

NetCode can be used in several distinct ways (operational modes):

Standard
For short-term use. Choose from durations: 1-12 hours and 1-7 days. Multi-use and single-use can be generated.

Medium Term Rental (ACC)
For durations between 1 - 21 days. Must be used within the first 24 hours. Note: When a new NetCode is entered the previous NetCode used will be automatically be blocked. This behavior cannot be overridden. 

Long Term Rental (URM)
For durations up to 1 year. New NetCode blocks previous is on by default. Note: When a new NetCode is entered the previous NetCode used will be automatically be blocked. This behavior cannot be overridden. 

24 Hour
NetCodes which last for 24 hours and can start on any hour. Multi-use and single-use can be generated.

Register your Lock

Your lock will need to be registered on the Codelocks Portal before a NetCode can be generated.

Visit the Portal at www.codelocksportal.net. If you do not already have an account, you will need to register before you are able to sign-in.

  1. Once you have an account, sign-in to the Portal
  2. Click the ‘Add Lock’ button
  3. Follow the steps as displayed on the Portal. When prompted, the lock type to select is KL1060C2.

Note: For API customers, the initialisation sequence can be generated via the API or your own application

Disable NetCode

#Master Code • 20 • 0000000000 ••
Example: #11335577 • 20 • 0000000000 ••
Result: The initialisation sequence and time/date has been wiped from the lock’s memory, NetCodes will no longer function.

NetCode Private Use

Mode A

The lock will remain in a locked state until a valid Master Code, Sub Master Code, Technician Code, User Code or NetCode is input.

#Master Code • 21 • 1 ••

Example: #11335577 • 21 • 1 ••

Mode B

The lock will be in a locked state by default. 

However, it will require a Personal User Code (PUC) to be entered following a valid NetCode to unlock.  Once the PUC has been input, the lock will only accept that PUC and will not accept another NetCode until the PUC’s validity period has finished.

#Master Code • 21 • 2 ••

Example: #11335577 • 21 • 2 ••

Result: The lock will remain in a locked state and can only be unlocked by the current PUC until its validity has finished.

Scenario: The end user will need to input their valid NetCode followed by a 4-digit PUC code.

For example, if the NetCode is ‘6792834’ the user will need to input ‘6792834 • 0076 ••’, this will set the PUC to ‘0076’.  The lock will then unlock.

During the PUC’s validity period the lock will unlock if ‘0076’ is input, but not for any other NetCode.

NetCode Public Mode

Note: In all public modes the technician card can be used to unlock for a period of 4 seconds, after which the lock will re-lock.  If the Master Code or Sub Master Code is used the lock will remain locked.

Mode A

The lock will remain in an unlocked state by default.  When a valid NetCode is input the lock will go into a locked state which can only be unlocked by that same NetCode within its validity period.

#Master Code • 21 • 3 ••

Example: #11335577  • 21 • 3 ••

Mode B

The lock will remain in an unlocked state by default.  When a valid NetCode is input followed by a PUC the lock will go into a locked state. 

Once locked only that PUC can unlock within the its validity period.  If it is unlocked and the PUC is still valid it can be used again to put it back into a locked state, or a new user with a valid NetCode and new PUC can be used to lock it again.

#Master Code • 21 • 4 ••

Result: #11335577 • 21 • 4 ••

Scenario: Once the user is ready to lock the lock they will need to input a valid NetCode followed by a 4-digit PUC.

For example, if the NetCode is ‘8934781’ the user will need to input ‘8934781 • 8492 ••’, this will set the PUC to ‘8492’, the lock will then go into a locked state.

If the user comes back within their valid time period they will be able to unlock and relock using their PUC.  If they return outside of that time the Master Code, Sub Master Code or Technician Code will need to be used for access.

Once unlocked again, any user with a valid NetCode input followed by a PUC can lock it again.

Personal User Code

A user with a valid NetCode can create a shorter, more memorable 4-digit Personal User Code that will have the same validity period as the user's NetCode.

##NetCode • 01 • Personal User Code • Personal User Code ••
Example: ##690004• 01 • 0911 • 0911 ••
Result: The Personal User Code 0911 can work in substitute for the NetCode 690004.

Blocking another NetCode

Any user with a valid NetCode can block any other known NetCode. The Master Code can also be used to block a known NetCode.

Block a Known NetCode with another NetCode
##NetCode • 16 • NetCode to Block ••
Example: ##690004 • 16 • 875001 ••
Result: NetCode 875001 is blocked.

Block a Known NetCode with the Master Code
#Master Code • 16 • NetCode to Block ••
Example: #11335577 • 16 • 875001 ••
Result: NetCode 875001 is blocked.

New NetCode Blocks Previous

When enabled, this feature will cause the last used NetCode to be automatically blocked once a new valid NetCode has been entered. This feature is ideal for scenarios where there is a risk of overlapping codes where only the user with the latest code should be permitted access.

#Master Code • 15 • <enable/disable> ••

Enable
Example: #11335577 • 15 • 1 ••
Result: The previously used NetCode will be blocked whenever a new NetCode is entered.

Disable
Example: #11335577 • 15 • 0 ••
Result: Any valid NetCode can be used.

Note: This feature is only available when generating codes for the Standard NetCode types.

Restricting NetCode Operational Modes

NetCode works on a code prediction principle. The number of potentially valid NetCodes can be reduced by only enabling the operational mode(s) that you require.

Sign-in to your NetCode Portal to refer to online documentation for further details.

Important Note: We recommended that you only use the mode that you require.  For example, if you only need to use 1- 21 day NetCodes, only use that mode, so in the above example you would use 101.

Select NetCode Mode

#Master Code • 14 • ABC ••

Example: #11335577 • 14 • 001 ••

Result: Standard mode only enabled.

Combination

Description

ABC=000

Standard + Medium Term Rental (Default)

ABC=001

Standard only

ABC=010

Standard + Long Term Rental

ABC=100

Standard + Long Term Rental + Medium Term Rental

ABC=011

Long Term Rental only

ABC=101

Medium Term Rental only

ABC=110

End-Date only

ABC=111

Standard + 24 Hour (Multi Use) + 24 Hour (Single Use)

ABC=112

Standard (1 Hour) + 24 Hour (Multi Use) + 24 Hour (Single Use)

ABC=113

Standard (1 Hour) + 24 Hour (Multi Use)

Troubleshooting

Battery Failure

When the battery level falls too low, the Red LED will flash three times prior to unlocking. If the batteries do fail, the KitLock has been designed so an external PP3 battery can be placed against the contact points surrounding the Blue and Red LEDs so that the lock can be opened in order to replace the batteries.

  1. Place the contact points of the PP3 battery against the content points surrounding the Blue and Red LEDs
  2. The positive + PP3 terminal against the Red LED contact point and the negative - PP3 terminal against the Blue LED
  3. Enter the Master Code
  4. The motor will withdraw the locking pin allowing the lock to be opened
  5. Fit new batteries by removing the upper fixing bolt and swinging the lock over the edge of the door
  6. Refit the lock

Note: If the power level of the lock falls too low, both the Blue and Red LEDs may flash continuously after the batteries have been replaced. If this occurs, you will need to reset the lock and, if previously registered on the NetCode Portal, re-initialise the lock (instructions for re-initialisation are displayed on the lock details page of the Portal).

Red & Blue LEDs Flash Continuously

This will occur if the batteries have failed/been removed and on replacement, the clock requires resetting. When resetting the clock, use non-DST date/time. For example, if DST is in operation and the local time is 11:00, the non-DST time will be 10:00. Use Program 12 to reset the date and time.

Factory Reset (On Keypad)

A factory reset can be performed without removing the lock from the door providing that the Master Code is known. If the Master Code is not known, follow the Lost Master Code steps.

#Master Code • 88 • Master Code ••
Example: #11335577 • 88 • 11335577 ••
Result: The lock is reset to factory settings and will return to the default Private Function.

Factory Reset (Lost Master Code)

A manual factory reset can be performed by removing the lock from the door.

  1. Remove the rear-fixing bolt and swing the lock over the edge of the door to reveal the battery compartment
  2. Remove one battery
  3. Press and hold the 1 button
  4. Replace the battery whilst continuing to hold the 1 button. The Blue LED will flash twice
  5. Release the 1 button
  6. Within three seconds, press the 1 button three times. The Blue LED will flash three times and the lock will have reverted to factory settings. The Master Code will now be 11335577, the lock will be in Private Function and the User Code will be 2244. All other settings will be erased and reset.

Set Keypad Rotation

The lock can be set as vertical, right and left-hand modes by changing keypad only

Note: This procedure requires the door to be open: 

  1. Remove the rear-fixing bolt and swing the lock over the edge of the door to reveal the battery compartment, change the keypad to the desired mode.
  2. Remove one battery.
  3. Press and hold the 8 button, replace the battery, the blue LED will flash twice, release the 8 button. Within three seconds press button 1 2 3 4 . The blue LED will flash twice and the lock is set as new orientation, followed by the reboot of unit.

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