Convenience and security for basic access control applications
Stand-alone and weigand output models available in lighted and non-lighted housings
Models available from 2 to up to 1000 four digit user codes
Weigand output keypads interface with access controllers (see 1803PC, 1835, 1837 and 1818)
The model 1503 and 1503L (Lighted) is basic keypad models with a single relay and can store two, four digit codes and two, five digit codes. The model 1506 is a fully programmable system with two relays and it can store up to 1000 four digit codes and up to six, five digit codes. A slave keypad can be connected to the 1506 and it also has time clock inputs to establish up to two time zones. Both units offer the user the opportunity to add or delete individual code numbers as required and can be programmed with a "latch" code that will hold open a door or gate until the relay is released by another code input. Also available is the model 1835. These units output the access code in weigand format and interface with weigand controllers such as the 1835, 1837 or 1818 units. Each digital keypad is housed in a rugged steel cabinet with a stainless steel faceplate and uses a metal keypad making these switches vandal resistant.
With a wide variety of access control products available, we suggest that you contact your professional DoorKing representative to help you determine your exact access control requirements.