Electronic button lock for handheld transmitters with bi-linked

Our bi·linked handheld transmitters can be recognized by their white oblong shape with two or four buttons or the black square design. You can lock the keys to prevent unwanted operation by accidentally pressing them while in a trouser pocket, on a key ring or similar.

The following models feature the key lock function: Digital 564, 572, 633  up to and including the production month of July 2018, and all Digital 663 models.

You can see how to activate and deactivate the key lock and how to operate your gate or door in the video.

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How do I know when the key lock is active?

  • If you press one of the function keys briefly, the LED on the handheld transmitter does not light up, nor is there any movement of the door or gate.
  • The key lock is not activated at the factory


Activating / deactivating key lock: 

  • Press the programming button on the back using a ballpoint pen for approx. 5 seconds. How to activate/deactivate the key lock.
  • Key lock active: The LED on the front flashes 1x briefly. This means that the key lock is now active. 
  • Key lock inactive: The LED on the front flashes 2x briefly. This means that the key lock is now inactive.

Operation with activated key lock:

  • Despite the key lock, you can still use the handheld transmitter to open or close your gate or door. To do this, press a function key on the handheld transmitter for approx. 2 - 4 seconds.
  • The LED on the front flashes 1x briefly.  This deactivates the key lock for 20 seconds.
  • You can now use the handheld transmitter to open or close your gate or door as usual.
  • The LED on the front flashes 1x briefly, the command is sent, and the gate or door moves.
  • Each time a button is pressed, the disabling of the key lock is extended.
  • If you do not press any button for 20 seconds, the key lock is re-activated.