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Suitable for all versions of the Inst-e-Gate. for use with Beast-e-Gate consult with our office.
Requires auto close
- Wired keypad takes nominal power from nearest gate unit. Radio comms to gate units.
- Solar panel and battery provide power. Radio comms to gate units.
- Intercom gate unit with keypad. Range to office based handset 200m
The keypad controls entry so exit must be considered
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The electric gate keypad or intercom requires auto close. Auto close is a system that safely closes the gate or barrier automatically after a set period. If there is a vehicle still in transit the gate stays open.
The digital keypad is normally off so consuming no power. Located below the keypad is a very low power timer board and this activates the keypad only when needed. A button press activates the keypad allowing the access code to be entered and then the correct code results in a signal sent to the gate to open.
A special code allows the time that the gate stays open before closing automatically to be varied. The keypad comes with its own long life battery pack that will last for two years of normal use and 1 year of high use.
The standard keypad has an integral RFID reader allowing access using a simple keyring tag. The range of 40mm between tag and RFID reader and the tags can be added and removed individually.
A gate based keypad intercom unit communicates with an office based handset so if the caller is authorised the handset is then used to open the gate. The range for a conversation between gate unit and office handset is 200m. If the units are used only to alert the office without conversation the range is 300m plus.
The gate based unit has an integral keypad allowing entry with a code in the same way as a normal keypad.
Power comes from a battery power pack creating a stand alone unit that will last over 2 years of normal use before the standard alkaline batteries need changing.
Options to exit the keypad or intercom controlled area
A means of exit must be considered