Isonas’ Pure IP reader-controller keypad eliminates the need for a panel and takes advantage of existing networks. It is available in two models: multicard technology (125 kHZ and 13.56 MHZ) or a proximity-only version (125 kHz). Tamper detection via accelerometer senses any altering and prevents a security breach.
Seco-Larm’s IP-66-rated, outdoor access control keypad has a built-in proximity reader and a stainless-steel faceplate with a coated steel backing. It can store up to 1,000 user codes and/or proximity cards for output No. 1, 100 for output No. 2 and 100 for output No. 3, as well as 50 temporary visitor codes. The egress input allows users to exit...
Isonas’ Pure IP Wiegan wall-mount reader-keypad can read RFID cards from up to 3 in. away. It indicates access permission with a tristate LED light bar, which glows red, green or amber. It has a buzzer and backlit keypad. An accelerometer senses attempts to alter the keypad to prevent security breaches.
Seco-Larm’s Split series keypad keeps the keypad and controller separate, preventing access from keypad tampering. It supports up to 1,200 users, and all of the features are programmable directly from the keypad. It also has a built-in proximity card reader, illuminated keys, programmable egress input, door sensor input and an interlocking input for connecting a second keypad.
Powerline Control Systems’ KPCW-7 seven-button keypad controls single lights, triggers lighting scenes and sends messages to a central controller. It is preset with five scenes, plus brighten and dim. Alternatively, there are 16 programmable commands initiated by a single tap, double tap, hold or release.