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Function 1: Select your own Master Code

    

Very important information

The first time you switch on your PIN-Master® you must select your own Master Code (4-8 digits).
When selecting your own Master Code please consider the following:

  • In future you must enter your Master Code every time you switch on your PIN-Master®
  • Your Master Code cannot be changed, unless all stored information is erased

1.1 Press "On" (display reads "SELECT OWN MASTER CODE")
1.2 Key in your own Master Code (4-8 digits, the display will however show "XXXX")
1.3 Press "Enter" (display reads "RECONFIRM MASTER CODE")
1.4 Reconfirm (retype) your own Master Code
1.5 Press "Enter" (display reads "YOU HAVE ACCESS" followed by "NO DATA STORED")
1.6 Press "Off" (your PIN-Master® switches off)

 

Function 2: Store Passwords & PIN Codes

    

Data such as Passwords, PIN Codes and other private information can be stored in your PIN-Master®.
The data is protected by a Master Code selected by the user (selected under Function 1).
Up to 30 codes can be stored, each with a maximum of 30 characters (letters, numbers or symbols)
 
2.1 Press "On" (display reads "KEY IN OWN MASTER CODE")
2.2 Key in your selected Master Code (selected under Function 1)
2.3 Press "Enter" (displays reads "YOU HAVE ACCESS" followed by "NO DATA STORED")
2.4 Press "New" (display reads "KEY IN DATA THEN ENTER" )
2.5 Key in data (text descriptions and codes by pressing the buttons 0-9 for both letters, numbers and symbols)
2.6 Press "Enter" (display reads "DATA STORED" followed by the latest data entry stored)
2.7 Press "Off" (your PIN-Master® switches off)
 
Hint: If you need to store a code exceeding 30 characters, then you can use abbreviations

 

Function 3: Access stored Passwords & PIN Codes

    

After keying in your own Master Code (selected under Function 1) you can access all the data that you have stored (stored under Function 2)
 
3.1 Press "On" (display reads "KEY IN OWN MASTER CODE")
3.2 Key in your selected Master Code (selected under Function 1)
3.3 Press "Enter" (displays reads "YOU HAVE ACCESS" followed by the data that already has been stored)
3.4 Press the "Arrows" or the "Letters" to access the code that you want to see
3.5 Press "Off" (your PIN-Master® switches off)

 

Function 4: Edit stored Passwords & PIN Codes

    

The data stored (stored under Function 2) can be edited, changed and re-stored.  
 
4.1 Press "On" (display reads "KEY IN OWN MASTER CODE")
4.2 Key in your selected Master Code (selected under Function 1)
4.3 Press "Enter" (displays reads "YOU HAVE ACCESS" followed by the data that already has been stored)
4.4 Press the "Arrows" or the "Letters" to access the code that you want to edit
4.5 Press "Edit" (display reads "EDIT DATA THEN ENTER" followed by the code that you want to edit)
4.6 Update and change (edit) the data for the selected entry
4.7 Press "Enter" (display reads "DATA STORED")
4.8 Press "Off" (your PIN-Master® switches off)

 

Function 5: Erase stored Passwords & PIN Codes

    

The data stored (stored under Function 2) can be erased.  
 
5.1 Press "On" (display reads "KEY IN OWN MASTER CODE")
5.2 Key in your selected Master Code (selected under Function 1)
5.3 Press "Enter" (displays reads "YOU HAVE ACCESS" followed by the data that already has been stored)
5.4 Press the "Arrows" or the "Letters" to access the code that you want to erase
5.5 Press "Erase" (display reads "RECONFIRM ERASE")
5.6 Presse "Erase" again (display reads "DATA ERASED" followed by the next data entry stored).
5.7 Press "Off" (your PIN-Master® switches off)

 

Function 6: Change own Master Code

For security reasons it is not possible to change the Master Code without deleting all the stored data.
 
6.1 Press "On" (display reads "KEY IN OWN MASTER CODE")
6.2 Key in a wrong Master Code (display reads "INCORRECT MASTER CODE" followed by "KEY IN OWN MASTER CODE")
6.3 Continue keying in a wrong Master Code until the display reads "SELECT OWN MASTER CODE"
6.4 Select a new Master Code (Function 1) 

 

Function 7: Memory full erase data

If you have stored 30 codes and you try and create a new entry (Function 2), then the display reads "MEMORY FULL ERASE DATA".
You will then need to erase data (Function 5) in order to create space for a new entry (Function 2).

 

Function 8: Replace battery

    

The battery is located at the bottom of your PIN-Master® (1 standard CR2016 battery). After you have changed the battery your codes are still available, and you do not need to re-type them.

 

Important information

The first time you switch on your PIN-Master® you must select your own Master Code (4-8 digits).
When selecting your own Master Code, please consider the following:

  • In future you must enter your Master Code every time you switch on your PIN-Master®
  • Your Master Code cannot be changed, unless all stored data is erased

 

Hints

  • When you are keying-in data, then don't key-in too fast
  • You should feel a small "click" when you are presseng the buttons
  • If you watch the display as you are keying-in data, you will soon find the perfect keying-in speed
     

 

User manual

The user manual can also be found on the back of your PIN-Master®

 

Button description

On/Off (red button): Switching the PIN-Master® on and off
Arrows: Displays the next and previous entry when stored data is displayed
Enter button: Normal enter function
New button: Is used to create a new data entry, which afterwards is stored in the memory
Edit button: Is used for editing stored data
Erase button: Is used for erasing (deleting) stored data entries
1 button: Symbols / _ - . + ! & 1
2 button: A B C 2
3 button: D E F 3
4 button: G H I 4
5 button: J K L 5
6 button: M N O 6
7 button: P Q R S 7
8 button: T U V 8
9 button: W X Y Z 9
0 button: Symbols * # @ , $ % 0
Lowest row ▲button: Writing in lower cases and capital cases
Lowest row I—I button: Space
Lowest row ◄ button: Moving the cursor backward deleting the letter/digit which just has been typed