The default access right will be automatically added for the lock.
Select the desired access right in the list on the left.
You can manage the selection of access right with the key buttons as follows:
— Click the Arrows right button to move all items to the selection list.
— Click the Arrow right button to move the selected item(s) to the selection list.
— Click the Arrow left button to remove the selected item(s) from the selection list.
— Click the Arrows left button to remove all items from the selection list.
If necessary, set the lock to handle time limits by checking the Lock handles time limits check box.
If a key is time limited, but the lock does not handle key time limits, the key functions all the time.
If you selected other than the Basic relay configuration, a matrix is opened, where you can use check-boxes to select which access right controls each relay.
Select one of the options below:
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.
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.
Leave locks in planning state — Select Leave locks in planning state if you want to leave the locks in the planning state, and continue planning the locking system without, for example, programming any physical locks.