The AKR-1 has all the features of the AK-1
plus a built-in radio receiver. It can store up to 480 user codes plus 480 block coded transmitters.
The AKR-1 is a digital keypad entry system that includes a built-in radio receiver. It allows use of up to 480 block coded transmitters, in addition to 480 traditional keypad entry codes. Users can be assigned either type of code for system access.
Two relay outputs are provided: one for gate or door access; the other for gate obstacle control using the MGT, the industryís only supervised safety edge transmitter. If an MGT is not used, the second relay can control another door or gate.
Installation and set-up are simple. The AKR-1 operates on 12-24 volts, ac or dc. It can be powered directly from the radio power output of most gate operators. Learning, suspending, or deleting entry codes or transmitters is as easy as pressing a few keys on the AKR-1ís built-in keypad
Program data is stored in non-volatile EEPROM; data retention is in excess of 10 years, even in the event of a power failure.
The AKR-1 is compatible with all of Linearís block coded transmitters, which are programmed and supplied in sequential order. Each transmitter is labeled with its unique ID code and also has a facility code. The combination of these two codes provides the same level of security as a traditional Wiegand swipe or proximity card.
- All the features of the AccessKey AK-1, plus the added capabilities of a built-in radio receiver.
- Rugged, cast aluminum enclosure for indoor or outdoor mounting on a wall or pedestal.
- Accepts 480 entry codes, 480 block code transmitters, plus one fully supervised safety edge transmitter.
- Easy-to-program, easy-to-use keypad.