This cylinder has a spring in the body assembly which always resets the locking catch to 0° (6 o'clock position) so that the lock cannot block. This cylinder is used for emergency exits as per DIN EN 179 and 1125 (e.g. doors with push bar).
When ELS Pro electronics -> Pro electronics/ body assembly are/is to be replaced, the cylinder master card must be deleted manually.
A) Delete the master card using the following steps: Remove knob cap -> Unplug battery -> Position the master card in the cylinder reading field -> Insert the battery and leave the master card in the reading field until the cylinder flashes red and green alternately -> Unplug the battery again -> Remove the cylinder from the reading field of the master card.
B) Electronics and body assembly must not be separated and replaced before this has happened; they can then be initialised with a master card again or coupled via Device Management. Important: Electronics and body may only be disconnected/connected when they are in a de-energised state
When an ENiQ Pro electronics -> Pro electronics/ body assembly are/is to be replaced, the cylinder must be decoupled using the following steps:
A) Decouple the respective cylinder from the system via Device Management. (Select the device and click "decouple") -> If the ENiQ PRO has been created using a master card, the master card must be reset manually (see ELS Pro above).
B) Electronics and body assembly must not be separated and replaced before this has happened; they can then be initialised with a master card again or coupled via Device Management.
Note for checking: Reset/decoupled ENiQ/ELS Pro electronics flash blue when a transponder is presented (as with the RF wake-up card)
Open ENiQ Device Management and select the corresponding device. Then click “decouple”. The electronics can then be dismounted and mounted on the new body. Then integrate and couple the new device into the software via Device Management. You can now replace the old device by the new one.
The device must be programmed using Device Management or through “online programming” via the RF NetManager in the case of an online system. During the programming process, the events are read out and can then be read out in the ENiQ AccessManagement software under Events.
A) The respective ENiQ RF NetManager is still in operation and thus interrupts the radio connection. Disconnect the RF NetManager from the voltage supply if possible. B) There is a problem with the radio antenna of the ENiQ Pro or the radio stick. Try this case out again with a different cylinder or device and exclude it if possible (fault localisation)
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