Minik10 Digital Cam Lock FAQ

After installing my Minik10, I am not getting any response from the keypad?

Ensure that the plastic clear battery tab at the back of the lock has been pulled and the lock has been initialised.

Why does my user code constantly reset after each use?

The lock is in one-time-user mode. This means that the lock automatically resets after each use ready for the next user. Contact your locker administrator to change the operating mode to permanent user mode.

How long is the battery life?

The battery life of the Minik10 is 10 years, based on 10 openings per day!

Please note that Programming parameters 2, 3 and 7 will reduce this when active. If the battery dies whilst in the locked position

I’m not sure what locker I used?

Contact your locker administrator to provide access to your locker via the service password.  The Service password can be used to inspect the contents of the lockers, without overriding the original user code.

What do the 5 red lights mean when I enter my code?

The flashing of the red LED indicates that the Minik10 battery is getting low and must be replaced immediately. If the Minik10’s Battery dies whilst in the locked position, contact your locker administrator to provide the Emergency Power Device and provide access to your locker.

My code is correct and the LED flashes green but my Minik10 wont lock?

This is due to over tightening the mounting parts during installation. If the Hex nut at the back is fastened to tight, the pressure on the lock will stop the locking mechanism from engaging.

GENERAL WARNINGS

Please ensure you read the manual before using the lock.
Once the Minik10 has been installed, periodically check the nuts and screws and ensure they are tightened up by hand only.

Use of powered hand tools and overtightening of the screws and nuts can damage the lock.

Please ensure that you change the master code with your own master password and test it with the door open. Please make note of the new master code and store it in a safe and secure location.

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