DK-26P.SS Digital Keypad Only
Narrow Stile Digital Keypad Only (Additional for Bi-Directional Control). Stainless Steel
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The DK-26 Series Keypad is a digital keypad system designed for medium/high security control of electric locks. It consists of two components: the narrow stile keypad and the CPU board (board not included here). The rugged stainless steel keypad is fully weatherproof and can be mounted outdoors in most environments.
- Cast stainless steel with 11 EPDM rubber keys
- Weatherproof and vandal resistant
- Operates on low voltage AC or DC current
- Mounts on a narrow mullion
- True 10 digit operation (keys are not paired)
- Wiegand output available
- Digital Keypad System circuit board mounts in a plastic enclosure and provides for 59 multiple users, expandable to 119
- User code and/or hard code disable feature
- 5 Amp DPDT relay output for lock control and alarm shunt, camera call-up or other device interface
- Request-to-Exit (REX) input
- 16 ft. [4.8m], 12 conductor, 22 gauge keypad cable
- 3 LEDs and a bell button
Current Draw and Voltage:
7mA at rest; 160mA active, 12VAC or VDC
20mA at rest; 190mA active, 24VAC or VDC
CPU +32 to +158F [0 to +70C]
Keypad -22 to +158F [-30 to +70C]
Warranty: MagnaCare Lifetime Replacement Warranty
The DK-26 has 10 numbered keys and a bell key. Each key is read separately making the DK-26 a true 11 digit access device. The non-volatile EPROM memory retains all programming in a power failure.
- Fixed Code – A code that will be changed only rarely, via the CPU.
- Keypad Changeable Programming – Codes that can be changed at the keypad using a password code.
- Multiple Codes – The DK-26 supports up to 59 different codes simultaneously – for individuals or groups of users.
Keypad control from both sides of the same door is available using only one CPU. Ensure that this facility is not employed on escape routes where safe egress is a requirement.
DC regulated power supplies (recommended)
Best suited to standard (medium) duty situations on perimeter and internal doors where secure access control is important.
In almost any access control or security system where doors are locked electrically, it is required that authorized users have the facility to open the door from a point close to the opening. The DK-26 Digital Keypad has been designed specifically for this purpose. Because it is so simple to operate it is ideal for use in smaller low cost systems (not controlled by a computer) where users are issued with a common code. The DK-26 does not rely upon cards or keys, so there is less likelihood that security will be compromised.