Follow the steps below to program your first fingerprint; this will be the “Master User" which will both open the lock and be used to program additional users/fingerprints and Passcodes. Familiarize yourself with the instructions first because the programming steps have time limits. Don’t worry if a step “times out” – you can always start over and will soon have your Benjilock TSA programmed!
(To watch the programming video click here.)
NOTE: Moist fingers work best for programming. Apply a small amount of hand lotion or sanitizer and rub it in for best results.
(Step 1) Wake up the lock by touching the fingerprint sensor briefly with any finger. The six LEDs around the fingerprint sensor will flash blue.
(Step 2) Within four seconds of waking the lock up, turn it over and press the button four times. Make sure that the Blue LED above and to the left of the button illuminates each time the button is pressed. The shackle will open and the six LEDs around the fingerprint sensor will illuminate blue three at a time in a rotating “wheel” pattern. This pattern indicates that the lock is successfully in programming mode.
(Step 3) Within four seconds, place your finger of choice on the fingerprint sensor; one of the six LEDs around the fingerprint sensor will illuminate blue and remain lit. Lift and replace your finger until all six of the LEDs around the sensor are illuminated Blue. (If programming is successful, the six LEDs will remain illuminated blue for three seconds and then flash simultaneously three times.
(If programming was not successful, the six LEDs around the fingerprint sensor will illuminate red. If this happens return to Step 1)
To ensure programming was successful:
(Step 1) Close the lock by pressing the shackle into the body of the lock.
(Step 2) Touch the fingerprint sensor with the “Master User" fingerprint" and let it remain in place until the six LEDs around the sensor illuminate blue and the shackle is released.
(If programming was not successful or an unregistered fingerprint is used, the six LEDs around the fingerprint sensor will illuminate (If programming was not successful, the six LEDs around the fingerprint sensor will turn red. If this happens return to Step 1)red. If this happens return to Step 1)