User Manual Kwikset 916TRL TSCR ZB 3.0 L03 916 Traditional Touchscreen SmartCode Electronic Deadbolt Smart Lock featuring SmartKey Security and ZigBee 3.0 Technology in Polished Brass

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ENGLISH

Use and programming instructions are located on the reverse side of this document.

Parts in the Box

Latches and Strike Exterior Assembly Interior Assembly

If needed. please contact Kwikset to order a drive-in latch for your lock.

Kwikset 1-866-863-6584 www.kwikset.com

Required Tools

Additional Tools (depending on application)

Installation Guide

Install battery pack and perform door handing process

After a few seconds. the latch bolt will retract and extend on its own to learn the orientation of the door. This is called the door handing process. and it is crucial to lock operation.

Make sure the door is open. and insert the battery pack.

If the touchscreen indicates a failure. attempt this procedure again.

If the door handing process is still unsuccessful after a second attempt. consult the online Troubleshooting Guide. available on the SmartCode 916 product page of www.kwikset.com.

Success: flashing checkmark symbol and single column of digits

Failure: flashing “X” pattern

Once the door handing process is complete. the touchscreen will indicate success or failure:

N (2x)

Ensure tight cable connection.

Lay excess cable flat inside the bottom of the interior housing.

Install interior assembly

P (3x) If needed. re-key the lock to work with your existing key.

See the supplied SmartKey Re-key instructions for more information.

Make sure the door is open and switch #2 (Auto-Lock) is in the OFF position during re-keying procedure.

If desired. switch #2 can be turned back on after re-keying is complete.

Keep “R” in a safe place. as you will need it to access the back panel for additional programming.

Install the battery cover and re-key the lock

Programming instructions are located on the reverse side of this document.

Program the lock

D (2x)

Install strike

180°

A / A2

Hold the latch in front of the door hole. with the latch face flush against the door edge.

If the latch holes are centered in the door hole. no adjustment is required.

Proceed to step 4.

If the latch holes are NOT centered. adjust latch. See “Latch Adjustment.”

Latch Adjustment (only if needed)

Adjust the backset of latch (if needed)

C (2x)

Install latch

For doors with chiseled edge For doors without chiseled edge

2-1/8"

54 mm

1-1/2"

38 mm

Prepare exterior keypad

For doors with 2-1/8" (54 mm) holes

For doors with 1-1/2" (38 mm) holes

Install“F”

Discard “F”

Q (2x)

Q (2x)

Keep parallel to edge of door

Tighten screws evenly

Insert key and test latch. If latch does not extend or retract smoothly. adjust screws (Q).

Remove key when finished and make sure the latch bolt is fully extended.

Support exterior assembly during mounting plate installation.

Install keypad and mounting plate

Cable goes underneath latch

Locate screws (Q) and keep them within reach.

Route cable through center hole. then push cable into bottom hole.

Disassemble interior assembly and load battery pack

Make sure turnpiece is in the vertical position.

Make sure turnpiece shaft is rotated as shown.

Ensure correct polarity. For best results. use new. non-rechargeable Alkaline batteries only.

Do not install battery pack yet!

Alarm will sound if battery is installed before cable is connected.

1-3/4" (44 mm)

1-3/8" (35 mm)

2-3/8" (60 mm)

2-3/4" (70 mm)

Fold

If your door requires drilling. cut out the template and place it on the exterior side of the door.

Complete door drilling instructions are available at www.kwikset.com/doorprep.

Template

Edge

Backset

Face

Centerline

25 mm

2-1/8" 54 mm

1-1/2" 38 mm

1-3/8" — 1-3/4" 35 mm — 44 mm

Check dimensions

Additional door preparation may be required for doors with 1-1/2" (38 mm) holes. Consult the drilling instructions at www.kwikset.com/doorprep.

2-3/8" (60 mm) or 2-3/4" (70 mm)

A / A2

Extend latch bolt

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ENGLISH

User Guide

Programming Codes

SmartCode at a Glance Normal Operation Z-Wave & ZigBee Systems

Color Lock Status

Blinking green Unlocked

Blinking amber Locked

Blinking Red Low battery

Switch Function

Door lock status LED blinks every 6 seconds

Lock automatically re-locks door 30 seconds after unlocking. Disabled if no codes are programmed.

Audio

SecureScreen feature displays random digits to be pressed before entering user code. This added-security feature ensures that there are fi ngerprints on all digits so that codes cannot be identifi ed by examining the touchscreen for fi ngerprints.

Lock Inclusion

“Inclusion” refers to the process in which the lock is added to a Z-Wave or ZigBee controller.

Initiate the Inclusion process at your ZigBee or Z-Wave controller. Refer to your control system instructions for more information.

Inclusion Troubleshooting

If Inclusion is unsuccessful. perform the Exclusion process. Then repeat the Inclusion process. If Inclusion is still unsuccessful. consult the online Troubleshooting Guide. available on the SmartCode 916 page of www.kwikset.com.

Lock Exclusion “Exclusion” refers to the process in which the lock is removed from a Z-Wave or ZigBee controller.

Initiate the Exclusion process at your Z-Wave or ZigBee controller. Refer to your control system instructions for more information.

Z-Wave

In order to fully utilize this product. you must have a Z-Wave controller compatible with door locks. Z-Wave is a “Wireless mesh network. and results may vary based on building construction and communication path. with 35 feet+ being typical installed distance from network controller. It may be necessary to install additional Z-Wave beaming capable devices that can serve as repeaters to enhance the communication path between the lock and controller for a more robust Z-Wave network.

ZigBee

ZigBee is a “Wireless mesh network. and results may vary based on building construction and communication path. with 35+ feet being typical installed distance in a standard home environment and 250 feet+ when the lock has a clear line of sight with the network controller. It may be necessary to install additional ZigBee devices to enhance the communication path between the lock and controller for a more robust ZigBee network.

System Notes

Use the chart to determine which button to press during Inclusion and Exclusion.

System Inclusion Exclusion

Z-Wave Press button “A” once.

ZigBee Press button “A” four times.

Press button “B” nine times.

Regulatory Compliance Factory Reset

A factory reset will delete all codes associated with the lock.

If needed. the door handing process can be initiated manually.

This is useful if the lock is being moved to a different door.

+2014 Kwikset Corporation

Important Safeguards

Read all instructions in their entirety.

Familiarize yourself with all warning and caution statements.

Remind all family members of safety precautions.

Restrict access to your lock’s back panel and routinely check your settings to ensure they have not been altered without your knowledge.

Protect your user codes and mastercode.

Dispose of used batteries according to local laws and regulations.

For added security. turn on switch #4.

CAUTION: Prevent unauthorized entry. Since anyone with access to the back panel can change the user codes. you must restrict access to the back panel and routinely check the user codes to ensure they have not been altered without your knowledge. The use of a mastercode can help protect your system’s settings.

WARNING: This Manufacturer advises that no lock can provide complete security by itself. This lock may be defeated by forcible or technical means. or evaded by entry elsewhere on the property. No lock can substitute for caution. awareness of your environment. and common sense. Builder’s hardware is available in multiple performance grades to suit the application. In order to enhance security and reduce risk. you should consult a qualifi ed locksmith or other security professional.

This product complies with standards established by the following regulatory bodies:

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Industry Canada

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: ( 1 ) this device may not cause harmful interference. and ( 2 ) this device must accept any interference received. including interference that may cause undesired operation.

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device. pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

This equipment generates. uses. and can radiate radio frequency energy and. if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions. may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However. there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

IMPORTANT! Changes or modifi cations not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

Industry Canada

This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: ( 1 ) this device may not cause interference. and ( 2 ) this device must accept any interference. including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

Installation instructions are located on the reverse side of this document.

Troubleshooting and FAQs are available on the SmartCode 916 product page online at www.kwikset.com.

Kwikset 1-866-863-6584 www.kwikset.com

+Beeping sound will only be heard if switch #3 is on.

Switches

ON OFF

Status LED

Switches. Status LED Colors. and System Alerts Manual Door Handing

User Codes Requirements

Each user code must be a unique code between 4 and 8 digits. depending on your control system. A total of 30 user codes may be programmed.

Programming Behavior

Successful Programming The Checkmark symbol will illuminate and you will hear one beep*.

Checkmark symbol

Unsuccessful Programming The “X” pattern will fl ash three times. and you will hear three beeps*.

“X” pattern

Programming Timeout If the screen is not pressed for 20 seconds. the system will time out (indicated by three beeps* and the “X” pattern fl ashing three times). and you will need to restart the procedure.

+Beeping sound will only be heard if switch #3 is on.

It is recommended that you add and delete all user codes through your Z-Wave or ZigBee control system. If your system does not allow this. the following sections will provide instructions for how to add and delete codes at the lock.

Programming Information Enabling and Adding a Mastercode (Optional for Enhanced Security)

User codes can be programmed with or without a mastercode. Using a mastercode is an optional. added-security measure. It is not enabled by default. A mastercode is used to add and delete user codes. but it cannot unlock the door (unless the same code is programmed as a user code. though this is not recommended). The mastercode must be 4-8 digits.

Enter new mastercode.

Press Checkmark symbol once.

Press Lock symbol once.

Re-enter mastercode.

Press Lock symbol once.

Make sure the mastercode has not been programmed already.

Attempt this procedure again. making sure to enter the same new mastercode in steps 3 and 5.

Make sure switch #3 is on. and then press the Program button once. If you immediately hear five beeps and see the Checkmark flash five times. the mastercode is enabled.

IF UNSUCCESSFUL TEST

Keep door open.

Press and HOLD Program button until Checkmark symbol illuminates (about 5 seconds).

Disabling and Deleting the Mastercode

Enter mastercode.

Press Lock symbol once.

Re-enter mastercode.

Press Lock symbol once.

Press Lock symbol once.

Make sure the mastercode has been enabled before trying to disable it. Attempt this procedure again. making sure to enter the same mastercode in steps 4 and 6.

Make sure switch #3 is on. and then press the Program button once. If you don’t immediately hear five beeps and see the Checkmark flash five times. the mastercode is disabled.

TEST

Press Checkmark symbol once.

Keep door open.

Press and HOLD Program button until Checkmark symbol illuminates (about 5 seconds).

IF UNSUCCESSFUL

Adding User Codes

Mastercode enabled: Mastercode NOT enabled:

Press Lock button once.

Enter new USER code.

Press Checkmark symbol once.

Keep door open.

Press Program button once.

While the door is open and locked. test the user code to make sure it unlocks the door.

Make sure the user code not a duplicate and that it is between 4 and 8 digits during your next attempt.

Make sure the lock has room for an additional code. If all user code positions are filled. delete a code to make room for this one.

IF UNSUCCESSFUL

TEST CODE

Press Lock symbol once.

Press Lock symbol once.

You will hear five beeps and the checkmark will flash five times.

Enter MASTERCODE

(the code that was enabled in section b)

Enter new USER code.

Keep door open. Press Program button once.

2 Press Checkmark symbol once.

While the door is open and locked. test the user code to make sure it unlocks the door.

TEST CODE

Make sure the user code not a duplicate and that it is between 4 and 8 digits during your next attempt.

Make sure the lock has room for an additional code. If all user code positions are filled. delete a code to make room for this one.

Make sure to enter a valid mastercode in step 3.

IF UNSUCCESSFUL

Deleting All User Codes

This procedure can only be performed if the mastercode is enabled.

Note: The Auto-Lock feature (switch #2) will be disabled if all codes are deleted.

Press Checkmark symbol once.

Keep door open.

Press Program button once.

Press Lock symbol once.

Press “9” six times.

Press Lock symbol once.

Press Lock symbol once.

Make sure to enter a valid mastercode in step 4 during your next attempt.

You will hear five beeps and the checkmark will flash five times.

While the door is open and unlocked. press the Lock symbol. If the latch bolt does not extend to lock. then all codes have been successfully deleted.

Enter MASTERCODE (the code that was enabled in section b)

IF UNSUCCESSFUL TEST CODE

Deleting a Single User Code

Mastercode enabled: Mastercode NOT enabled:

Press Lock symbol once.

Press Lock symbol once.

Press Lock symbol once.

Re-enter USER code.

Enter USER code.

Keep door open.

Press Program button once.

Press Checkmark symbol once.

Make sure to enter the same valid code in steps 4 and 6.

While the door is open and locked. test the user code to make sure it no longer unlocks the door.

IF UNSUCCESSFUL

TEST CODE

You will hear five beeps and the checkmark will flash five times.

Keep door open. Press Program button once.

Press Checkmark symbol once.

Press Lock symbol once.

Press Lock symbol once.

Press Lock symbol once.

Press Lock symbol once.

Enter MASTERCODE

(the code that was enabled in section b)

Enter USER code.

Re-enter USER code.

Make sure to enter the same valid code in steps 6 and 8. Make sure to enter a valid mastercode in step 4.

IF UNSUCCESSFUL

While the door is open and locked. test the user code to make sure it no longer unlocks the door.

TEST CODE

Remove battery pack.

Press and HOLD the Program button while reinserting the battery pack.

Keep holding the button for 30 seconds until the lock beeps and the status LED flashes red.

Press the Program button once more. The status LED will flash green and red several times.

Status LED

After a few seconds. the lock will initiate the door handing process. and the latch bolt will extend and retract to learn the orientation of the door.

Perform the Inclusion process again to add the lock back into your network and controller.

System Alerts

Display Alert Reason Solution

“X” pattern fl ashes one time with one beep*.

One incorrect code entered.

Re-enter code.

“X” pattern fl ashes three times with three beeps*.

No user code programmed.

Program at least one user code.

Programming timeout after 20 seconds.

Attempt programming procedure again.

Unsuccessful programming.

“X” pattern fl ashes 15 times with 15 beeps* Three incorrect codes entered within one minute.

Re-enter code after 60 second touchscreen lockout.

Checkmark and lock symbols fl ash simultaneously fi ve times with fi ve beeps*.

Low battery.

Replace batteries.

Checkmark and lock symbols alternate fl ashing fi ve times with fi ve beeps*.

Door jammed while attempting to lock.

Manually re-lock door. If needed. reposition strike.

N/A Lock beeps continuously.

Interior assembly is disconnected from exterior.

Remove battery pack. reconnect the interior to the exterior. then replace battery pack.

Remove battery pack.

Press and HOLD the Program button while reinserting the battery pack.

Release button once battery pack is installed. The status LED will flash red and green.

Press the Program button once more.

4 The latch bolt will extend and retract to learn the orientation of the door.

If the touchscreen indicates a failure. see the online Troubleshooting guide.

Success Failure

If the screen is not pressed for 20 seconds. the system will time out. and you will need to restart the procedure.

If the screen is not pressed for 20 seconds. the system will time out. and you will need to restart the procedure.

If the screen is not pressed for 20 seconds. the system will time out. and you will need to restart the procedure.

1 Activate the screen.

2 If SecureScreen is enabled. touch the random digits that appear.

3 Enter user code.

1 Activate the screen.

2 Press Lock symbol.

Note: If no user codes are programmed. the door cannot be locked via touchscreen.

SecureScreen is an added-security feature that displays random digits before you enter a user code to unlock the door. This feature ensures that there are fingerprints on all digits so that codes cannot be identified by examining the touchscreen for fingerprints.

If desired. this feature can be disabled by turning switch #4 to the off position.

Activating the Screen Locking the Door

SecureScreen Unlocking the Door

Option 1 Touch screen with palm or back of hand until digits illuminate.

Option 3 Touch screen with three or more fingers until digits illuminate.

Option 2 Touch lower left area of screen (where checkmark is located) until digits illuminate.

If you press the wrong digit while entering a user code. you can press the Lock symbol once to clear the digits entered previously and immediately restart the code entry process.

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Interior (cover removed)

Switches

Button “B”

Turnpiece shaft

Note: When the cover is removed. the turnpiece shaft can be used to manually lock and unlock the door.

Back panel

Button “A”

Program button

Status LED

Exterior

Lock symbol

Keyway SmartKey tool hole

Touchscreen

Checkmark symbol



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