Coded entry systems, or digital access systems as they are sometimes known, offer a high degree of convenience to the Office Manager. A standard 4-digit code can be set to allow certain staff access through a particular door. A non-volatile memory and/or battery back up will also be useful. The code will be retained in the event of a power failure. Multiple codes can be adopted for the control of different staff members. Keypads can be backlit for night time use. Electronic systems comprise of a keypad outside the door with a power supply and electric lock on the secure side of the door. Mechanical keypads that can be fitted to the door are also available but are less appropriate for heavy duty use. The units are available in most colours and finishes to match almost any colour scheme. The keypad can also be incorporated as part of the door intercom housing outside the main entrance.
Coded Entry Systems
Can store 2 codes, and has a back lit keypad. Suitable for connection to any electric lock. Retains code in the event of a power failure. Requires separate power supply. This unit is ideal for those applications where you require a quick and easy solution is required that saves the necessity of using keys that can be easily copies and compromised. Use the first code for yourself and the second code for maybe the cleaner .Both codes can be easily changed independent of the other.
FLUSH MOUNTED KEYPAD
Heavy duty mechanical keypad. Utilises single 4–digit code with handle set on both sides to comply with the latest DDA regulations. This unit is rugged and built for those tough areas where the unit is likely to come across abuse.