Linear 2000e

Indoor/Outdoor Access Control Keypad

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$167.97 See Price

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SKU: 2000e
  • High quality performance keypad
  • Illuminated hardened back-lit keys for long term durability
  • Key press feedback via built-in sounder and yellow LED
  • Program and maintain all of your access control data within the keypad in stand-alone mode, or have the MiniMax 3, Max 3, or a Wiegand controller make the access control decisions, and use the 2000eM as the front-end keypad
  • Supports 500 users in stand-alone mode, more when using Linear IEI controllers, or your Wiegand controller
  • Allows authorized passage with valid PIN by releasing an electric strike lock, or mag lock
  • Single gang flush mount design for flexible and fast installation
  • Main relay for lock, as well as independent outputs, configurable outputs, door ajar output, forced door output, and alarm shunt output to tie-in to new or existing fire alarm and security systems
  • Auto voltage sensing (AVS)
  • Door position input, and request to exit inputs provided
  • UL 294 Access Control listed (242 & SSW only)
  • Five (5) year manufacturer warranty
GoKeyless™ is a factory trained and authorized IEI and Linear dealer. Sales, service, support, valid warranties. It's why thousands of clients around the world choose GoKeyless™ for their security and access control needs each year. Regulate access, prevent unauthorized entry, and protect yourself against valuable goods or sensitive information from going missing with the Linear IEI 2000e access control keypad.  The IEI 2000e lets you use a superior technology to conquer the multitude of problems caused by keys. Instead of agonizing over how many keys circulate about, and whether your perimeter and inside openings stay secured, you can install this keypad to keep doors locked and eliminate the distributing, collecting, and accounting of keys.  The 2000e deploys well as a nice and easy solution for conveniently handling up to 500 users in stand-alone mode.  The IEI 2000e also works as a front end keypad for Linear IEI Max 3, and MiniMax 3 controllers, or an existing Wiegand controller.  Not only will this keypad accommodate you as you grow, you can tie it into an external monitoring burglar alarm panel because of it's alarm shunt output, and sound a forced entry or door ajar event.

4.50 (H) x 2.75 (W) x 0.60 (D) in.

Code Length

1 to 10 Digits

Code Capacity




Outside Operating Temperature Range

-20F to 130F


10-30 Volts DC, 12-24 Volts AC





Reader Type



Stainless Steel


2 lbs


5 Year Manufacturer

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  1. Ernie with RE/MAX Realty, Del Rio, TX

    We have this key pad at several locations and love it. Easy to program and use.

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  2. Nick from New Hampshire

    I made my first purchase of a stand alone key pad. It workd great, easy to assemble, bu the startup could have been a little clearer. Great product would definitely recommend it. The second purchase was for the “front end” which was a total system with software. One again the documentation is not as clear as I would like to see. I think it assumes I already know the product. I just got it, and am reviewing the documentation. I like what I have seen so far, and the product choices are great.

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  3. Annette, Facilities Manager, Colorado

    We really enjoy the key pad on our property. It has made my life so simple, I can not tell you in words, how simple it is has made it. We used a key card originally, and we are a hot springs resort in the mountains. So water and cold does not mix. Thank you also for getting the key pad to me as quickly as it was done.

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Customer Questions & Answers

  1. Q Is it wireless or wired? What are the dimensions? answer now
    Asked by Colin Doyle on August 5, 2019 5:43 PM
    Answered by the admin This model is a hard-wired keypad. The dimensions are 4.50 (H) x 2.75 (W) x 0.60 (D) in.
  2. Q Can I replace a Locknetics Pro79 keypad with this? answer now
    Asked by Eldon on May 29, 2019 2:27 PM
    Answered by the admin

    You should have no issues exchanging the Pro79 keypad with the IEI 2000e if these keypads are being programmed as a stand-alone unit.

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    Yes, it can be wired to stay lit at all times there is no need to press any additional numbers to light the keypad. 

  4. A This reader will operate in the form desired through locking out and unlocking the fuel pump. This is a 12v keypad so your voltage would need to be stepped down in order for it to work. As for the diagrams, you can call our support team at 937-247-9327 option 3 and they will be able to get you the information you are looking for.
  5. Q Can I use this with the Netaxs panel? answer now
    Asked by joe on September 5, 2017 5:29 PM

    Yes, if the Netaxs Panel will accept Weigand keypads it can be used as a front end keypad in Weigand mode. 

  6. Q Can you disable it after hours answer now
    Asked by Donna on May 8, 2017 1:09 PM
    It would depend on if you are looking to disable the system or just users after hours. Yes, you are able to disable users after hours, but the only way to disable the system would be to disconnect it from power. 
  7. Q how many conductors needed and what size wire to front end control answer now
    Asked by ron ebbert on February 10, 2017 11:24 AM
    The most common used on most projects is 16/6 AWG shielded and stranded, but that can vary up or down with the distance of the run and what voltage is being used. 

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