Understanding our ‘Password’ Symbol

With security at the forefront of end users’ minds and a driving force behind most new electric gate installs, ensuring our products guarantee the highest level of security is a priority.

The ‘Password’ symbol was created specifically to represent our control panels that allow for a unique protection code to be added.

This additional function allows the installer the option to set a unique four-digit security code, which then works to lock the control unit programming, preventing unwanted access to the menus and blocking any future modifications to the settings and parameters.

Once the protection code has been set, this should be stored safely and only shared with the necessary contacts for scheduled maintenance.

If you would like more detail on how to add a protection code, you can find the simple instructions here.

For more details around our range of control panels, please click here or please do call our friendly team on 01488 658 276 and they will happily answer any questions.

How To: Add a unique engineers code to the BRAINY & BRAINY24 control panels

 

Our 230 Vac BRAINY and 24 Vdc BRAINY24 control panels are suitable for or 2 motors. They are easy to install and ideal for swing and sliding gatesroller shutters, or industrial doors. Both models have a built-in LCD display and 433.92 MHz 64 code radio receiver with 3 codes, including ARC (Advanced Rolling Code), Rolling Code, and Programmable Code.   

We are keen to draw your attention to the unique protection code that can be set on both the BRAINY and BRAINY24. This additional function allows the installer the option to set a four-digit security code, which then works to protect the control unit programming, preventing unwanted access to the menus and blocking any modifications to the settings and parameters in the future 

Below are the simple instructions that need to be followed to set the protection code:

 

Here is an example of the LCD display within a BRAINY control unit, showing the CODE function on the menu:

 

Once the unique code has been set, this should be stored safely and only shared with the relevant parties. By setting a protection code, you can give the enduser peace of mind, by ensuring all future modifications can only be completed, once approved and only after the protection code has been shared. 

If you have any questions regarding the above, please do get in touch. Our friendly team would be more than happy to assist and answer any queries. You can contact us on 01488 658 276 or email us at sales@beninca.co.uk