The MDKP wireless keypad can transmit a unique signal for each 1-6 digit PIN code entered. It has a built-in radio transmitter with a 250-foot range in line-of-sight conditions. It generates a separate transmission code for each user selectable 1-6 digit PIN. Codes are learned by the access controller or receiver, either the maximum number dependent upon the model used. For instance, if the controller is the AP-3, the MDKP can generate 338 unique codes. To operate the MDKP, a user simply enters a PIN followed by the # key, and the code is transmitted to the receiver for validation. Downlighting can be turned on by pressing the # key twice; it remains on for 30 seconds or until a code is sent. Installation and set-up are simple. The MDKP can be mounted on either a wall or a gooseneck. It is ready to use upon plugging in its 9 V lithium battery and programming of user codes.
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Reliable product. Works even in the cold in Canada without any failure.