This is the Titan series electronic safe lock from Sargent and Greenleaf. On the left is the pivot bolt model; it's fully automatic. On the right is the D-Drive model which requires turning of the keypad to manually retract the lock bolt after the code is entered. To extend the bolt the keypad is turned back to its original position.
The locks operate slightly differently but from a programming perspective they are identical.
Add Another Code
You're Titan lock is shipped with one code; the master code which is used to open the lock and also can be used to perform certain programming functions. For instance, we can add more codes to this lock. Let's go through the process for adding a new code to one of the available user code positions which could be position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 or 9.
We'll use position number 2 to create a new user code.
The process begins by pressing 7 4 *. Now we enter the master code for our lock. In this case it's 1 2 3 4 5 6 followed by a pound. Now we'll enter the user position where we wish to create a new code. We've decided to put it in position 2 so we press 2 #.
We're going to enter a code for simplicity's sake of all twos. So, we enter the digit 2, 6 times followed by pound. Now we have to enter that code again to verify. Press pound.
Now we have a new code in the lock in addition to the master code and our new user code is 2 2 2 2 2 2 followed by pound. The lock now operates on that code.
Deleting a Code (Other than the Master Code)
Here's the procedure for deleting a code which already exists in the lock. Remember that the master code cannot be deleted.
Let's say we have a user code in position number two, and we wish to remove it from the lock. We begin by pressing 7 4 *. We then enter the master code for this lock. In this case it's 1 2 3 4 5 6 followed by pound. Remember we're erasing the code in position two, so we press 2 #. Now instead of entering a number we simply press #, and we press # again. Now the code in the number two user position has been eliminated from this lock.