Standard 4000 series
Standard 4000 panels have a stainless steel facia with either brushed or mirror finish. The wiring for 1 & 2 button sets is normallyy 3+N wiring. The keypad can be swapped out with a card reader, or have neither. This selector can build from 1 to 12 button panels.
Vandal resistant 4000
Standard 4000 panels have a thick stainless steel facia. The wiring for 1 & 2 button sets is normally 3+N wiring. The keypad can be swapped out with a card reader, or have neither. This selector can build from 1 to 12 button panels.
Standard 8000 series
Standard 8000 panels have a stainless steel facia set in black or natural aluminium housings. The wiring is normally 3+N wiring. The keypad can be swapped out with a card reader, or have neither. This selector can build from 1 to 12 button panels.
VR120 panels are thick stainless steel panels with vandal resistant buttons. VR panels are normally flush, but there is a surface box option. Wiring is 3+N. This selector can build from 1 to 12 button panels. The keypad can be swapped out with a card reader, or neither.
Vandal resistant panels
These vandal resistant stainless steel panels are bespoke made. They can have custom button patterns and custom text engraving, such as house name. A codelocks or card reader can be added.
1 & 2 button villasets
Standard wiring is a 4 core cable from the door panel to the handset. Up to 4 handsets can be placed around the house. This is 3+N wiring.
4000 series is shown. See panel options below.
3-50 button apartment sets
Wiring is 3+N, meaning 3 cores comon to each flat, plus one unique core per flat. Ten flats in a block would need 13 cores from the door. Up to 3 handsets per flat. Handsets should have digit 1 as the third digit. Use handsets with a 11 or 12 suffix.
Digital call sets
All handset in the 2200 system are connected together on a single 2 wire bus. The handsets have an address setting inside. Several digital handsets can be placed in the same apartment.
A good quality data cable is recommended. Use handsets with a 71 or 72 suffix.
4 panel options are each shown with a keypad, but could include extra butttons.
- 8000 series (udated from 3000 series)
- 4000 series standard
- VK4K vandal resistant
- VR120 vandal resistant
Handsets may look similar, but maybe wired to a different systems. The handset type is on a label fixed the the mounting plate. The 3rd digit of the 4 digit number defines the wiring system.
Handsets are available with various numbers of buttons and switches. Check with the installer.
A keypad module is a popular option, especially next to gate systems. Standard keypads have 3 relays. Each relay can be programmed for one access code and pulse time of 1-99 secs.
A typical use might be Code 1 to open a gate for 30 secs, and Code 2 to open the gate and keep it open indefinately. Code 3 could open the gate half way for pedestrians only.
Many sets now have fob readers built in. GSM sets also include 'Dial to open' facility