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Product Features
The door can be opened with a card as well as a key tag.
The door can be opened with a transit card or a credit card with the transit card function as well as a key pad contained in the product. Up to 20 cards may be registered.
The door can also be opened with a password.
Once the user's password is registered, the door can be opened without a key by entering the registered password.
The anti-panic function allows for easy opening of a locked door from the inside.
When opening the locked door from the inside, just turn the handle.
The door does not have to be locked manually.
Using the automatic lock function, the door is automatically locked when it closes, eliminating the need to lock it manually.
Double-locking function adds security.
The double-locking function adds security by preventing the door from being opened from outside at night or at times when extra security is needed.
Pranks played by children and juveniles can be prevented.
When an unregistered card or key tag is used, or when an invalid password is entered 3 or more times consecutively, an alarm sound is generated and power to the lock is automatically cut off for one minute.
Fire-monitoring function helps occupants escape in case of fire.
When the inside temperate rises to a certain level due to fire, an alarm is automatically generated and the door is opened.
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Table of Contents
Product Features
Safety Cautions
Notes before Operation
1 4
7
Model-by-Model Functions ......................................................... 7
Product Components................................................................... 8
Outdoor Unit Parts .....................................................................10
Indoor Unit Parts .......................................................................12
Mortise ....................................................................................13
Replacing the Batteries ..............................................................14
Using the Emergency Battery ......................................................15
Using the Emergency Key (Except for SHS-5120VMX model) ...........16
Basic Functions
17
Initialization (Password, Card, Key Tag and Remote Controller) ........ 17
Password Registration and Change ..............................................18
Card and Key Tag Registration ................................................... 20
Deleting the Card or Key Tag ..................................................... 22
Remote Controller Registration ................................................... 23
Deleting the Remote Controller ................................................... 25
Wireless HA Device Registration and Deletion............................... 26
Opening the Door from Outside with a Password ............................27
Opening the Door from Outside with a Card or Key Tag.................. 28
Opening the Door from Inside..................................................... 29
Closing the Door from Outside.....................................................31
Closing the Door from Inside .......................................................31 2


Additional Functions
32
Automatic/Manual Locking Setting...............................................32
Sound Setting and Releasing ......................................................33
Alarm Sound/Emergency Sound ..................................................34
Troubleshooting
Operating Method Summary
Product Specifications
WARRENTY
38 40 42 43 3


Safety Cautions
This section contains important information to ensure the user's safety and prevent potential damage to property. Please read this section carefully and use the product accordingly.
Warning, Caution and Note Explained:
Warning
Information given under this heading is information the user must be aware of to prevent physical harm.
Caution
Information given under this heading is information the user must be aware of to prevent service problems or system damage.
Note
Information given under this heading provides additional information relating to the text in this manual.
Description of Symbols
General warning or caution
Prohibited activity
Recommended activity
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Cautions during Installation
The user shall not install or repair the product without authorization.
The manufacturer does not assume responsibility for damage to the product resulting from attempts to the user to install or repair it without authorization.
Do not install the product in the place where the gap between the door and the frame is 5mm or more.
If the gap is too wide,
the product may not function properly.
Cautions during Operation
Make sure that no unauthorized person has the access to the password.
To minimize the risk of burglary, it is recommended that you periodically change the password.
Do not operate the product with wet hands, and keep liquids such as water or drinks away from the product, or the product may malfunction or be damaged.
Do not use the excessive force or sharp objects to push the door lock buttons, as this can damage the product.
Make sure that the door is completely closed when going outside. The manufacturer does not assume the responsibility for any harm caused by engagement of the lock on an improperly closed door.
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Cautions during Operation
Be careful not to trap fingers while opening or closing the number cover.
There is a risk of fingers being trapped in the gap.
Handle the remote controller with care.
The remote controller can be damaged by a strong impact,
such as being dropped.
Cautions during Repair or Maintenance
Be sure to correctly match the poles (+/-) when installing the batteries. Install the batteries with the correct poles (+/-).
Improperly installed batteries can cause rupture or battery fluid leakage.
Replace all batteries immediately after they run out of power, and never mix new batteries with used ones.
This can cause reduction of product life or a malfunction in the product.
Do not use water, benzene or alcohol when cleaning the product,
as these fluids can cause product malfunction.
Use a soft and dry cloth instead.
Replace the batteries within 1 week after the battery replacement alarm sounds.
The product can stop operating if the batteries are not replaced in time.
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Notes before Operation
Model-by-Model Functions
The following table shows the functions available for each model of the SHS-5120 series.
Interface to
No.
Model
Emergency
Key
Pass word
Key Tag
(Card)
Remote
Wireless
(One-way)
1 2
3 4
5
SHS-
5120XMX
SHS-
5120RMX
SHS-
5120REX
SHS-
5120EMX
SHS-
5120VMX

























Controller HA Devices
Interface to
Wireless
HA Devices
(Two-way)





The last letter X in each model indicates color code.
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Product Components
Key Tag
Outdoor Unit
Indoor Unit
Mortise
Strike Box
Strike
User Guide
‘AA’ Batteries (LR6)
Emergency Key
(Except for
SHS-5120VMX model)
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Handle Shaft
Handle Shaft Spring
Support Panel and Indoor Unit
Fastening Bolts
FH+M4×8 (4EA)
Support Panel and Outdoor Unit
Fastening Bolts
OH+M5×25/TH+M5×20 (2EA)
Indoor Fastening Bolts
PW+#8×16 (4EA)
Strike Fastening Bolts
FH+U10-24×10 (4EA)
Options
Remote Controller Cradle
Remote Controller 'AAA' Batteries (LR03)
The product components used may vary depending on the installation environment.
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Outdoor Unit Parts
Number Pad Lighted
Number Pad
Number Pad Unlighted
[Enter Number]
Button and
Running LED
Card Reader
Outdoor Unit
Handle
Emergency Keyhole
(Except for SHS-
5120VMX model)
External Power
Contact
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No.
1
Name
Number Pad
Description
Enter numbers when registering, changing, or deleting the password. The door can be opened by entering the registered password onto the number pad.
The number pad is lighted so that numbers can be entered well.
2
[Enter Number]
Button and
Running LED
Card Reader
Outdoor Unit
Handle
Emergency
Keyhole
(Except for SHS-
5120VMX model)
External Power
Contact
3 4
5
The Card Reader is used to recognize a card or key tag before opening the door.
The door will be opened when the handle is rotated downward after the lock is released.
When the lock stops operating because of batteries that have been completely discharged or a circuit problem, the emergency key can be used to unlock the door. After that, the door will be opened when the outdoor unit handle is rotated downward.
Power can be supplied from the emergency battery after the main batteries have been completely discharged (9V battery).
6 11


Indoor Unit Parts
Battery Cover
Registration Button
Remote Controller
Button
Indoor Unit Handle
Automatic/Manual
Locking Toggle Switch
Password Button
Open/Close Button
Manual Open/Close
Lever
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No.
1 2
3
Name
Battery Cover
Registration Button
Automatic/Manual
Locking Toggle
Switch
Remote Controller
Button
Password Button
Description
The Battery Cover protects the batteries and the registration button.
The Registration Button is used to register or delete a card or key tag.
This switch is used to switch between automatic locking and manual locking. If it is set for automatic locking, the door is automatically locked when closed. If it is set for manual switching, the door is not automatically locked when closed.
The Remote Controller Button is used to register or delete the wireless remote controller.
This button is used to change the password.
4 5
6 7
8
Open/Close Button This button is used to lock the door from the inside and to set the double locking function.
Manual
Open/Close Lever
Indoor Unit Handle
This is used to lock or unlock the door manually in an emergency or when the circuit is out of order.
The door will be opened when the handle of the indoor unit is rotated downward.
Mortise
Deadbolt
Latch Bolt
Door Opening Sensor
No.
1 2
3
Name
Deadbolt
Latch Bolt
Door Opening
Sensor
Description
It fastens the door to the door frame.
It fastens the door and door frame when the door is closed.
It monitors door opening and closing after the automatic locking function is activated.
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Replacing the Batteries
1. Battery Replacement Alarm Generation
Warning tune
If an alarm that sounds like a ‘Toot
’ sounds when opening the door using the password or card (key tag), it is time to replace the batteries.
Battery Life
Although actual battery life differs depending on the manufacturer, date of production and operation environment, eight 1.5V AA alkaline batteries can last for one year, based on an average of 10 uses per day.
2. Opening the Indoor Unit Cover
Lightly press on the battery cover of the indoor unit and push it up.
3. Replacing the Battery
Replace all 8 batteries within a week of the first alarm sound.
- The unit will stop operating if the batteries are not replaced.
8 AA batteries
- If the poles of the batteries are not placed properly, the door lock will not operate normally.
- Liquid leaks from batteries can damage the product. Check the batteries regularly (every 6
months).
- After the battery replacement alarm has sounded, password/card information cannot be registered, changed, deleted, initialized or configured until the batteries are replaced.
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Using the Emergency Battery
1. When Lock Fails to Operate Due to Discharged AA Batteries
If the batteries are not replaced after their replacement time comes, they will be completely discharged and the door lock will not operate.
Or
Recognition of Card or Key Tag
Password Entry
The door is not opened.
2. Using 9V Battery
Buy an emergency battery (9V) at the nearest store.
As the alkaline batteries offer longer life, they are recommended over the manganese batteries or rechargeable ones.
3. Opening the Door Using the Emergency Battery
Or
Place the card or key tag on the card reader, or enter the password, while the 9V battery is connected to the external power contact of the outdoor unit.
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Using the Emergency Key



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