Heavy Duty Numeric Keypad w/ Braille Keys
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- Indoor/Outdoor keypad ideal for harsh settings
- One-piece housing for surface-mounting to wall, post, or gooseneck. Housing design also allows mounting to single-gang electrical box
- 120 Users
- Key press feedback via sounder and yellow LED
- Built-in assignable sounder
- Bi-color Red/Green LED indicates relay status
- Non-volatile memory retains codes even if power is lost
- 1-6 digit codes – digits can be repeated
- Door relocks automatically
- Two lever User Management
- Durable metal Braille alpha-numeric keys
- 4 on board programmable timed relays (Separate code for example to shunt an alarm, sound a siren/horn in another part of the building, or activate a handicap ramp for example)
- Tamper loop functionality mode
- Master Code must be entered to change user codes
- Can program door to remain in unlocked position
- Easy to program at the keypad
- Functionality: Main relay controls any device requiring on/off switch — such as electric strike, or maglock. Request to exit input trigger
- Accepts 10-30 Volts DC; 12-24 Volts AC – auto adjusting
- Well written and easy to understand installation and programming instructions included
- Optional printer interface
- Current draw: 108 mA maximum (add 30 mA for each additional relay)
- Operation voltage: 12-24 VAC/VDC – auto adjusting
- Temperature tolerance: -20F to 130F
- Linear IEI warrants its products for two (2) years after the shipping date to be free from defects in material and workmanship, when they have been installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, and have not been modified or tampered with
3 (W) x 4.50 (H) x 1.55 (D) in.
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Customer Questions & Answers
- Q My worksite has two 232R/SE keyless keypads, one interior and one exterior. I’d like to get a pro... answer nowAsked by March 16, 2023 5:09 PMonA
Click this link to access the installation and user manual for the Linear 232e!
- Q What can I do to program a keypad if the master code is unknown? I believe the unit is the linear... answer nowAsked by June 3, 2022 8:58 AMonA
If you forgot the master code or it is not working, momentarily push SW1 (located within the unit so the keypad will need to be removed) to enter programming mode and use menu option 19 to default keypad.
Once in programming mode by using the SW1 button, press 46 # 00000 # 00000 # ✱ ✱ on the keypad to erase all settings and default the master code back to 1234.
- Q Are the contacts momentary or timed? answer nowAsked by October 12, 2021 2:49 PMonA
The contacts are a timed relay. When a valid code is entered, the relay will close for a few seconds before they reopen to lock the door.
- Q Are the keys backlit? answer nowAsked by December 5, 2018 11:13 PMonA
No, they are not, these are pressed metal keys.
- Q Does this have memory to see what codes have been used to gain access? If not, does it have capab... answer nowAsked by April 4, 2018 8:55 AMonA No this lock does not have the ability to have readable audits. You will need an access control system to complete this function.
- Q I'm looking for a keypad to mount on the outside of a back door to our church. It'll be somewhat ... answer nowAsked by October 27, 2016 7:30 AMonA
While the 212SE is an excellent keypad for the requirements that you need the 212R will be better suited to your request. However, for both of them -20F is the lowest operational temp before it begins to be adversely affected by the cold. While it does not ruin the keypad it will cause it to slow in the response time the colder it gets and possibly even shut it down depending on the the cold and length of time exposed. To help combat any additional issues that would compound the cold such as rain or ice a weather guard is recommended.
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