Centurion Smartguard Access Keypad - Wired
There are three separate outputs, each configurable to either latching or non-latching. Such functionality caters for many different scenarios for example, a motorised gate entrance may be opened fully using one code, activate the pedestrian opening using another, and switching on the house alarm using a third. User codes can also be selectively deleted without affecting other codes stored in the memory.
The keypad also boasts a ?downcounter? allowing select codes to have a limited number of uses. This is ideal for granting single occasion access, for example to an armed response company with the code deleting itself after use.
The addition of the CENTURION SmartSwitch maximises security and ensures that even with the keypad mounted outside the property, it cannot be ?hotwired? and the integrity of the site jeopardised. The same memory module used on the SupaNOVA may also be used on the SMARTGUARD access control keypad, allowing all the settings and codes to be backed up and restored in seconds.