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Entry Keypads - Linear LLC - Facility Management Product Release
The timed and toggled features of the AK series entry keypads from Linear LLC can now be programmed for each individual entry code, making it easier to program the keypads and to wire to the doors. The relay toggle mode is stored in the non-volatile EPROM memory so that the relay state is restored following power interruption or reset.
The AK series of access entry keypads is perfect for single-entry point access either for door or gate, typically found in airports, hospitals, warehouses, office buildings, parking lots and other commercial facilities. Operating with 12-24 VAC or DC, the AK keypads allow up to 480 programmable entry codes.
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