Mechanical keypads proven robust
Anyone who has ever installed Idesco readers in their systems knows they possess the market’s highest combined protection and durability classes as well as widest working temperature ranges. It is what permits our readers to operate maintenance-free in all environments, repelling impacts, dust and moisture in the worst weather.
We recently launched new keypad housings possessing moving, tactile keys. Yet we also found a clever way for them to keep the same durability and protection classes our customers have grown accustomed to: IP67 (cable version) and IK-09 durability class (all versions). Lastly, with their full protection against moisture, and withstanding even 10 joules impacts like their predecessors, these new keypad housings don’t force you to purchase additional protective covers for outdoor siting.
So, if a deployment you are planning needs a mechanical keypad housing, but you want certainty it will work just as reliably outdoors, choose Idesco. We offer either doorframe profile 8 CD 2.0 VS Pin or 8 CD 2.0 VM Pin, designed to fit over standard-size electrical sockets.
Check out our new 8 CD 2.0 VM Pin and 8 CD 2.0 VS Pin readers.
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