CD3500 & CD4000 Installation and User manual
About this manual
This manual covers both the Scandinavian style (CD3500) and the
International style (CD4000) of the Codoor. In the scope of this
manual we will use the name Codoor (unless notified.)
Codoor - General
The Codoor, a complete code lock suitable for fitting to a single
door, incorporates an electronic code lock, a mechanical locking
device and a power unit in the same housing. Codoor may be fitted
on most doors with handle operated locks. See page 20-21 for
more information. When Codoor is fitted; the outside door handle is
disengaged and may be pressed down without opening the door. To
open the door, a 4-digit code has to be entered. The handle on the
inside of the door is not affected by Codoor, and works normally for
people leaving the premises.
All programming, except for setting of the programming code, is
entered via the keypad (see figure). Besides the keys, the keypad
includes two LEDs, one green and one red.
In programming mode, the green LED indicates
that codes etc. have been entered correctly. It also
confirms each key press in programming mode.
In operating mode, the red LED confirms each key
press. In programming mode, the LED flashes slowly
until a command is entered. Then the LED flashes