700 Series (CG 7i) Programming Functions and Function Codes

The keypad on the 700 Series (formerly called CG and 7i) can be used to program lock functions.

These functions can also be performed remotely from the RemoteLock app.

None of the following functions are required for setup.

Programming Functions

All keypad programming functions follow the same general steps:

1. Enter your Programming Code followed by the # button.

2. Enter the Function Code for the desired function, followed by the # button.

3. Some functions will also require you to enter a Function Value followed by the # button.

Function Codes

PLEASE NOTE: Most of these settings can be updated online in the RemoteLock portal. After installing and connecting your lock to Wi-Fi, please register your lock and configure settings at Connect.RemoteLock.com

100: Change Programming Code

The programming code is essentially a password. This code allows you to program the lock directly, using the keypad. By default, the code is 123456.

You can change this code to any anything 4–8 digits in length. To set a new programming code, enter the following on the lock’s keypad:

Enter your current Programming Code followed by the # button, 100 followed by #, and then enter your New Programming Code followed by #.

If successful, you will see two green flashes and hear two beeps. If an error was made, you will see a red flash.

110: Add a Local User Code

Local User Codes are intended to be used as a backup to User Codes created from the app. If internet is unavailable, you can program a code directly from the lock. Note that schedules cannot be applied to a Local User Code.

Local User Codes can be 4–8 digits in length. To Add a Local User Code, enter the following on the lock’s keypad:

Enter your Programming Code followed by the # button, 110 followed by #, and then enter your desired Local User Code followed by #.

Once set, the default User Code will be disabled after your Local User Code is created.

120: Delete Local User Code

If you would like to remove your Local User Code, enter the following on the lock’s keypad:

Enter your Programming Code followed by the # button, 120 followed by #, and then enter the existing Local User Code followed by #.

130: Erase ALL Local Codes

If you would like to remove ALL of your existing Local Codes, enter the following on the lock’s keypad:

Enter your  Programming Code followed by the # button, 130 followed by #.

381: Enable Card/Fob Reader (Always On)

This function turns on the card/fob reader on the lock. Use this if cards/fobs are being provided to access users to unlock the door.

Enter your Programming Code followed by the # button, 381 followed by #.

382: Enable Card/Fob Reader on Button Press

This function turns on the card/fob reader on the lock only after a button press. This saves a bit more power than using the Always On 381 function.

Enter your Programming Code followed by the # button, 382 followed by #.

ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS

131: Erase all user codes, except 1234 default.

135: Perform a factory reset. Careful, this will delete all codes, schedules and events.

160: Mute keypad beeping. 161: Unmute keypad beeping.

270: Disable Passage Mode. Your lock will automatically lock after each use.

271: Enable Passage Mode. Your lock will stay unlocked after being unlocked.

312: Reset Wi-Fi connection. (Forget All Known Connections and Networks).

320: Enter Access Point Mode to allow connection to another network.

380: Turn off SmartCard reads.

381: Turn on Always Scanning For Cards mode.

382: Turn on Only Read Card On Keypress.

390: Require # to be pressed after a user code is entered.

391: Removes the requirement to enter # after a user code.

411: Enter 411* to force Wi-Fi to wake up if the lock is currently set to not wake up on keypress. 

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