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Adding a Copy of an Existing Lock

This section describes how to add a copy of an existing lock to iLOQ Locking System.

Proceed as follows.

  1. Select Basic data > Add lock.
  2. Select Add copy of existing lock.
  3. Select the lock that you want to use as a template for the new lock.
  4. Select Next.
  5. Define the lock settings as follows:
    • Placement — Placement refers to the location of the lock on the floor plan. If you are adding several locks at a time, set the first placement in a way that it ends with a number, such as A1. In this way, the system adds consecutive placement numbers as follows:
      • A1
      • A2
      • A3
      • ...
    • Approach direction — Approach direction refers to the direction where the lock will be opened from, if the door is equipped with double side lock.
    • Locking target — Locking target provides a more detailed description or name of the room or premises, where the lock will lead to.

      If you are adding several locks at a time, set the first locking target in a way that it ends with a number, such as Apartment A1. In this way, the system adds consecutive locking targets as follows:

      • Apartment A1
      • Apartment A2
      • Apartment A3
      • ...
    • Lock cylinder — Lock cylinder refers to the lock cylinder type. Select the type in the drop-down list, or enter the type manually.
    • Clock installed — Select Clock installed if there is a clock circuit in the lock. If the selected Lock cylinder contains a clock, Clock installed will be automatically selected.
    • Lock type — Select whether the Lock type is:

      • Normal, the lock is an off-line lock.

      • Networked, the lock is an on-line lock connected to a network module.

        If the lock type is Networked, also select whether or not the system automatically receives audit trail events from the lock, by checking the Receive the audit trails automatically check box.

  6. Select Next.
  7. Enter additional information as necessary.

    The fields are:

    • Door type — Door type refers to the type of door where the lock will be mounted on.
    • Escutcheon — Escutcheon refers to the shield plate that surrounds the keyhole on the door.
    • Lock model — Lock model refers to the model of the lock case.
    • Cylinder extension — Cylinder extension refers to the extension that will be added to the new lock.
    • Door thickness (mm) — Door thickness indicates the thickness of the door where the lock will be mounted on.
    • Depth of lock body (mm) — Depth of lock body (mm) indicates the depth of the lock case.
    • Opening direction — Opening direction indicates the door opening direction.
    • Note — Note refers to additional information on the lock or the door.
    • Other equipment — Other equipment refers to other equipment related to the lock or the door.
    • Conditional access — This check box indicates whether the lock is connected to a device that controls conditional access.
    • Description of the conditional access — Add a description of the conditional access in this field. You can, for example, describe the device that is controlling the conditional access.
  8. Select Next.
  9. Select the access rights for the lock.

    The lock will, by default, have the same access rights as the lock that you selected as the template for the new lock.

  10. Select whether the lock is time limited or not.

    If a key is time limited, but the lock is not, the key functions all the time.

  11. Select Next.
  12. Select the number of locks to be created.
  13. Select Next.
  14. Select how to proceed.

    The options are:

    • Leave locks in planning state — Select Leave locks in planning state if you want to leave the lock in the planning state, and continue planning the locking system without, for example, programming any physical locks.

    • Order locks — Select Order locks if you know that the lock definitions are final, but you want to program the lock later.

      For more information, see Ordering Locks.

    • Order and program locks — Select Order and program locks:
      • If you know that the lock definitions are final, and you want to program the lock at once.
      • For locks that have not yet been installed on the premises.

      For more information, see Programming Locks.

    • Order and transfer tasks to programmer — Select Order and transfer tasks to programmer if you are deploying a mounted lock, and you want to program it by disconnecting the Programmer from the computer, and taking it to the lock to be deployed. You can only do this for one lock at a time.


      In this case, you will have two tasks for the lock: a formatting task on the token and a programming task on the Programmer. Insert the programming cable to the lock, wait for the green status light, and repeat once to get both tasks carried out.

  15. Select Next.
  16. A summary screen is shown.
  17. Follow the wizard to end the procedure.
  18. The lock appears in the lock list.
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