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Codelock keypad range for door control

Videx Security : 17 December, 2012  (New Product)
A new range of keypads have been produced for access control doorlocks for single door or networked applications in schools, hospitals and other sectors
Codelock keypad range for door control

For access control applications, Videx Security has now introduced new ranges of Coded Keypads for applications typically within private sector schools, hospitals, housing and commercial areas.  Both standalone and networked versions are available for the control of single and multiple entrances.

From a design viewpoint, the new Coded Keypad range complements Videx's existing ranges of proximity and fingerprint readers. The robust surface mounted keypads all have a compact 92mm x 51mm x 25mm footprint and are available in a standard silver finish or charcoal, white, blue, red and green.  With resin potted electronics, all models are IP65 rated.

Backlit for easy viewing, additional user friendly features include three indication LEDs for use during operation and programming.  An integral beeper and tactile feel provides user feedback.

Standalone Coded Keypads will suit access control of single entrances and only need a 12/24 AC or DC power supply and a lock. They include a dry contact relay output exit button input and memory for up to 99 codes.  Networked versions use an industry standard Wiegand interface and are available in a standard 26 bit version or 30, 34 and 40 bit. Operating from a 12V DC supply, they can be networked with other keypads or readers and controlled from a single central location to cover multiple entrances.

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