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Keypads - ITW Switches - Facility Management Product Release
Active Metal Keypads from ITW feature touch-sensitive activation, weather, water and dust resistance, raised keys with permanent markings, and solid metal, vandal-proof construction.
Keypads are available in 12-key and 16-key configurations and are designed for indoor/outdoor access control, kiosks, point-of-sale, security and alarm systems, keyless entry points, gas pumps, ATMs, medical and clean rooms, prisons and secured facilities, and other industrial, commercial, or retail applications.
Rated to operate from -40 C to +85 C, the keypads meet or exceed IP-x6, NEMA 4x, IP68 ingress, and are rated at +9 to +24 VDC at 50mA. In addition to the three outputs and two LED indicators, an auxiliary port at +30 VDC and 100mA is provided for additional power connections.
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