How to programme 2EASY CDV-96kp keypad door station

How do I programme my 2EASY CDV-96KP keypad?

The CDV-96KP keypad is a door entry station for use with the 2EASY range of products. It can be installed indoors or outdoors and benefits from a touch-sensitive keypad and high-resolution camera. 

Programming the CDV-96KP is quick and simple - follow the steps below to learn how. 

Before you start any programming, you will need to enter programming mode. To do this, you will need to enter the master code on the keypad. By default, the master code is 1234#. When you hear two short beeps followed by one long beep, you will know that you've successfully entered programming mode. When you are finished programming, you can exit programming mode by pressing * (asterisk). You will hear one long beep to confirm that you have exited.

SETTING THE USER CODE FOR RELAY 1

There are 2 relays available on this keypad.  In Relay 1, there are 39 memory slots for different user codes.

You can use as few as one or as many as 39 different codes. The memory slots in Relay 1 are numbered from 20 to 59

To set the user code for memory slot number 20, first enter programming mode. Then, enter 20# on the keypad, followed by the code you want to set, followed by #

To set the user code for any other slot, enter programming mode, then enter the number of the slot plus #, then the code, then # again. 

NOTE: User codes can be any combination of numbers, from one digit to 12 digits long.

SETTING THE USER CODE FOR RELAY 2

In Relay 2, there are  39 memory slots for different user codes, numbered from 60 to 99.

To set the user code for memory slot number 60, first enter programming mode. Then, enter  60# on the keypad, followed by the code you want to set, followed by  #

To set the user code for any other slot, enter programming mode, then enter the number of the slot plus  #, then the code, then  # again. 

NOTE: To activate Relay 2 on this keypad, a CDV-RLC will need to be included in your installation. If you are not sure, check with your installer.

SETTING THE MASTER CODE FOR PROGRAMMING 

By default, the master code for programming the keypad is 1234#

To change the master code, first enter programming mode. Then enter 01# on the keypad, followed by the new master code you want to set, followed by #.

NOTE: The master code can be any combination of digits, from one digit to 12 digits long. 

SETTING THE LOCK RELAY OUTPUT

To set the lock relay output to either normally open or normally closed, first enter programming mode.

Then, enter 04# on the keypad, followed by either 0# for normally open or 1# for normally closed.

SETTING THE LOCK RELAY TIME

To set the lock relay time, first enter programming mode.

Then, enter 03#, followed by the number of seconds you want to set, followed by # again. Ensure that the number of seconds is entered in a two-digit format, e.g. for five seconds enter 05#.

NOTE: The lock relay time can be set at anything from 1 second to 99 seconds

SETTING THE DOOR STATION ADDRESS

To set the door station address, first enter programming mode.

Then, enter 12#, followed by the door station address you want to set (either 0, 1, 2, or 3), followed by # again.

SETTING THE KEYPAD KEYS TO BE PERMANENTLY LIT

To set the keypad to have permanently lit keys, first enter programming mode.

Then, enter 02#, followed by 00#

Entering 00# sets the keypad keys to be always lit, but you can also set it to a chosen number of seconds, from 10 to 99 seconds.

To do this, enter programming mode, then enter 02# followed by the number of seconds, followed by # again.

SETTING THE MICROPHONE VOLUME

To set or change the microphone's volume, first enter programming mode. 

Then, enter 10# followed by your choice of volume, followed by #. The scale goes from 0 to 9, and the default volume is 7.

SETTING THE SPEAKER VOLUME

To set or change the speaker volume, first enter programming mode. 

Then, enter  11# followed by your choice of volume, followed by  #. The scale goes from  0 to 9, and the default volume is  7.

EXITING PROGRAMMING MODE

To exit the programming mode, just press the * (asterisk) key. You will hear one long beep to confirm that you have left programming mode.

RESETTING THE KEYPAD

If you don't know your master code or have forgotten it, you can reset the keypad.

First, power off the CDV-96KP, and leave it fully powered off for at least five seconds.

Then, turn it back on again, and within three seconds of powering, press and hold the call button until you hear a long beepWhen you hear it, release the call button.

This will reboot the door station and restore the factory default settings, including the default master code: 1234#.
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