Functions and operation
EVO/ EVO+ locking systems work entirely without keys and do not need a transponder. The locking mechanism will open only after a personal combination code has been entered.
Fast and simple operation, with no need for a key or transponder.
The BeCode contains an electronic, which works with a battery. This electronic system evaluates the input and unlocks the BeCode using a small motor.
The BeCode can be used for cabinet doors that open to the left or the right.
No keys are required; entering a code will open the BeCode range.
Press on the front dial that was used previously to select the numbers for entering the code.
Probably the battery is empty and needs to be replaced.
An incorrect code has been entered – the red LED flashes during this time. The BeCode can be operated again after 30 seconds.
A wood drill with 2 mm bit and a Phillips screwdriver (size PH1) for the BeCode EVO, furthermore the Drilling Template and Toolset, both available via Beloxx. For the BeCode EVO+ you’ll need suitable spanners (sizes 22 & 24) and for wooden doors additionally a hammer and the separately available Drive-in Sleeve and Tool.
The BeCode is always delivered with the crown detached so that the battery can be inserted on the initial start. The BeCode EVO+ is supplied completely in one piece, while the EVO requires simple assembly due to the adapter solution. Installation instructions are available on this website.
Installation instructions both for the BeCode Evo as for the EVO+ are available here on this website.
BeCode locks can be used on all door materials; however, the BeCode EVO+ cannot be used with a material thickness of more than 19mm. The BeCode EVO in its basic configuration is designed for door thicknesses from 18mm to 22mm, which can be extended with further accessories.
Yes, a 3V Lithium-Battery with the type designation CR 2450.
Then it must be replaced; to do this, a special tool is available from Beloxx, with which the BeCode can be opened.
Open the BeCode with the removal tool from the Tool Set, remove the crown with the translucent window and remove the battery lid; then replace the battery with a new one.
Independent from the battery, the BeCode is designed for one hundred thousand uses.
Therefore, depending on the frequency of use, it can last 3 to 4 years.
The numeric code
One to six numbers for the UserCode and three to ten for the MasterCode. In the default setting Easy Local User Mode, the code length is fixed to 4 digits.
More than one million UserCodes and more than ten billion different MasterCodes.
After five unsuccessful attempts, the BeCode is blocked for 30 seconds; another entry cannot be made during this time. After this time, the code can be entered again.
The MasterCode can be used either open the BeCode EVO / EVO+ lock and/or to assign a new UserCode.
Without the MasterCode, the configuration cannot be changed and a new UserCode cannot be reassigned if this is also lost. Therefore, it is very important that the MasterCode be stored in a safe location.
You should definitely change the User- and the MasterCode, since all new BeCodes EVO / EVO+ are supplied with the same User and and MasterCodes; therefore, these codes are common knowledge.
No, if the MasterCode is lost, the lock can no longer be used, just as in the case for a normal key lock when all the keys are lost.
No, if this were the case, this could be used to manipulate the lock.
No, in order to maintain the integrity of security, if the MasterCode is lost then the lock will need to be replaced.
Even if the battery is empty, the codes will still be savely stored.
Guarantee / Material / Technical data:
Independent from the battery, the BeCode is designed for one hundred thousand uses. Therefore, depending on the frequency of use, it can last 3 to 4 years.
Zinc die-casting and various plastics.
BeCode locks have a one-year guarantee.
The security matches that of common cabinet locks. The BeCode is not a vault-type lock and is not protected against vandalism. However, it is usually easier to break open a cabinet door than to manipulate or destroy the BeCode. Additional security in comparison with normal locks results from the fact that no keys are used, so they cannot be lost or stolen. Breakage of the key in the lock also cannot happen with the BeCode.