Keypad Lock - Facility Management Product Release
KP Series keypad lock is designed for areas that require stand-alone "authorized entry" capability. Locks are non-handed and have non-volatile memory. With 100 user codes, more than 1.1 million user combinations are possible, and one-time user codes can be generated for visitors. Master code can be used to assign emergency, supervisory, and user codes. Can be programmed at keypad. Battery powered with external battery input connector in case of battery failure.
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