Kaba has provided strong, powerful security solutions since 1862. Today, the company’s worldwide operations serve millions of customers in more than 150 countries. Kaba defines the future of access control as Total Access, the integration of all access control devices, from door hardware to...
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Access Users & Service Users: An Access User is a PIN which normally opens the door. A Service User is a PIN which only works during a defined time period. A Service User might be a cleaner who is granted access during certain hours on certain days.
User Codes and Service Codes may be programmed into memory, then enabled/disabled as groups. Individual User and Service Codes may be deleted or enrolled as required.
Lockout Mode: Enables the Master to deactivate all Access Users & Service Users at once.
Programming becomes a lot simpler than it may appear, once you’ve gotten your client to give you a list of users and you’ve established which features will be required. Work from a written list, and keep the door in a closed position while programming to minimize ‘keypad bounce’ which can occur if the door is allowed to move while you’re trying to key in data into the keypad.
The E-P2K is bound to be a big seller because it carries the trusted KABA name and the most sought after features, at a low list price.
For more information, contact your local locksmith distributor or Kaba Access Control, 2941 Indiana Avenue, Winston-Salem, NC 27105. Telephone: 800-849-8324. Web site: www.kaba-access.com.
The E-Plex 2000 combines the strength, simplicity and reliability with the enhanced security and convenience of electronic access control.