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Linear AK-11 Exterior Digital Keypad Linear AK-21 Interior Digital Keypad
LINEAR KEYPAD ACP00748 REPLACES LN-AK1

Model Number: AK11 Product Number: ACP00748

The Model AK-11 Exterior Digital Keypad is a digital keyless entry system designed for access control applications. The keypad is housed in a rugged cast aluminum enclosure that can be mounted to a pedestal or bolted directly to a wall. The die-cast keys have bright, easy-to-read yellow graphics.

Up to 480 entry codes, from 1 to 6 digits in length, can be programmed. They can activate either, or both, of the relay outputs. Relay #1 has a 5 Amp capacity. Relay #2 has a 1 Amp capacity. The relays can be set for timed or latch-on/latch-off toggle operation per each individual entry code. The on or off toggle state of a relay is maintained even after power interruption. When power is restored to the keypad, each relay will assume the state it was in when power was removed.

Two indicators show the status of the entry system. The left indicator lights red to indicate power, then turns green when access is granted. The right indicator lights yellow when the keypad is in lockout condition (from too many incorrect code entries). The keypad’s courtesy light illuminates the keys. The light can be programmed to activate indefinitely, or for 1, 2, 3, or 4 minutes after the last key press, or not light at all. An internal sounder beeps when each key is pressed.

The DOOR SENSE/INHIBIT input can be used two ways. If programmed for “door sense”, a switch on the door detects forced entry or door ajar situations. If programmed for “inhibit”, the input can be wired to a “service” switch or automatic timer that will disable the Relay #1 when required.

The REQUEST-TO-ENTER input can be wired to a pushbutton or fire access keyswitch to provide codeless entry for authorized personnel. The “anti-passback” feature prevents using the same code twice before the programmed time elapses.

The ALARM SHUNT output activates when access is granted. This output can be wired to shunt alarm contacts on the access door/gate to prevent triggering of an alarm when authorized access occurs. Two solid state outputs, capable of switching 100 mA to common, are programmable to signal forced entry, door ajar, lockout, alarm circuit shunting, request-to-enter, and keypad active conditions.

The AK-11 is powered from a 12-24 Volt AC or DC source. Power can be obtained from the access device or a separate power supply. The EEPROM memory retains all entry codes and programming, even without power.

Features

  • Self-contained keyless entry system ideal for airports, hospitals, warehouses, office buildings, parking lots, and many other commercial facilities
  • Rugged, cast aluminum enclosure for indoor or outdoor mounting on a wall or pedestal
  • Four independent outputs and timers: two form C relays and two solid-state open collector outputs with unique programming per entry code
  • Up to 480 programmable input codes of one to six digits each for activating either or both relays
  • Two LED indicators show system status
  • Key operating features include: door sense input; inhibit input; request-to-exit input; alarm shunt output; timed anti-passback; and keypad lockout
  • Programmable courtesy light illuminates keypad for 1, 2, 3, or 4 minutes, or always on
  • Tactile and audible feedback
  • Keylock secures keypad to mounting backplate
  • 4" W x 5.5" H x 3" D

    Accessories sold sep. for use with the AK-11

  • GNB-1 Burial Mount Gooseneck
  • GNC-1 Curb Mount Gooseneck
  • AK21 REPLACES LN-AK2
    Linear AK-21W Weather-resistant Digital Keypad Linear AK-3 Low-Cost Interior Digital Keypad
    Weather-resistant Digital Keypad replaces AK-2W

    Model Number: AK21W Product Number: ACP00750

    The Model AK-21W Weather-resistant Digital Keypad is a digital keyless entry system designed for outdoor access control applications. The keypad is housed in a rugged, plastic enclosure and is designed to be mounted in a standard single-gang electrical box. The die-cast keys have bright, easy-to-read yellow graphics.

    Up to 480 entry codes, from 1 to 6 digits in length, can be programmed. They can activate either, or both, of the relay outputs. Relay #1 has a 5 Amp capacity. Relay #2 has a 1 Amp capacity. The relays can be set for timed or latch-on/latch-off toggle operation per each individual entry code. The on or off toggle state of a relay is maintained even after power interruption. When power is restored to the keypad, each relay will assume the state it was in when power was removed.

    All system indicators and lights are long-lasting, solid-state LEDs. Two indicators show the status of the entry system. The left indicator lights red to indicate power, then turns green when access is granted. The right indicator lights yellow when the keypad is in lockout condition (from too many incorrect code entries). The keypad's courtesy light can be programmed to activate indefinitely, or for 1, 2, 3, or 4 minutes after the last key press, or not light at all. An internal sounder beeps when each key is pressed. An internal jumper sets the sounder volume high or low.

    The REQUEST-TO-EXIT input can be wired to a pushbutton to provide codeless activation of Main Relay, Auxiliary Relay, Output #3, or Output #4 (programmable) for authorized personnel. The “anti-passback” feature prevents using the same code twice before the programmed time elapses.

    The ALARM SHUNT output activates when access is granted. This output can be wired to shunt alarm contacts on the access door/gate to prevent triggering of an alarm when authorized access occurs. Two solid state outputs, capable of switching 100 mA to common, are programmable to signal forced entry, door ajar, lockout, alarm circuit shunting, request-to-enter, and keypad active conditions.

    The AK-21W is powered from a 12-24 Volt AC or DC source. Power can be obtained from the access device or a separate power supply. The EEPROM memory retains all entry codes and programming, even without power.

    Features

  • Designed for outdoor applications
  • Self-contained keyless entry system ideal for airports, hospitals, warehouses, office buildings, parking lots, and many other commercial facilities
  • Mounts in a single gang electrical box using security screws; tool included
  • Four independent outputs and timers: two form C relays and two solid-state open collector outputs with unique programming per entry code
  • Up to 480 programmable input codes of one to six digits each for activating either or both relays
  • Two LED indicators show system status
  • Key operating features include: door sense input; inhibit input; request-to-exit input; alarm shunt output; timed anti-passback; and keypad lockout
  • Rugged metal keys
  • Built-in LED courtesy lights
  • Tactile and audible feedback
  • 3" W x 5" H x 3" D
  • CORRECT PART # FOR LN-ACP00750
  • Product Number: ACP00903

    The Model AK-3 Low-cost Interior Digital Keypad is a digital keyless entry system designed for access control applications. The keypad is housed in a rugged, plastic enclosure and is designed to be mounted in a standard single-gang electrical box. The die-cast keys have bright, easy-to-read yellow graphics.

    Up to 480 entry codes, from 1 to 6 digits in length, can be programmed. They can activate either, or both, of the relay outputs. The anti-passback feature prevents using the same code again before the programmed time elapses.

    Two indicators show the status of the entry system. The left indicator lights red to indicate power, then turns green when access is granted. The right indicator lights yellow when the keypad is in lockout condition (from too many incorrect code entries). An internal sounder beeps when each key is pressed. An internal jumper sets the sounder volume high or low.

    Features

    • Self-contained keyless entry system ideal for airports, hospitals, warehouses, office buildings, parking lots, and many other commercial facilities
    • Mounts in a single gang electrical box
    • Four independent outputs and timers: two form C relays and two solid-state open collector outputs
    • Up to 480 programmable input codes of one to six digits each for activating either or both relays
    • Two LED indicators show system status
    • Key operating features include: door sense input; inhibit input; request-to-exit input; alarm shunt output; timed anti-passback; and keypad lockout
    • Rugged metal keys
    • Tactile and audible feedback
    • 3" W x 5" H x 3" D
    Linear AK-31 Low-cost Interior Digital Keypad Linear AKR-1 Exterior Digital Keypad with Radio Receiver
    AK-31 Low-cost Interior Digital Keypad Model Number: AK31 Product Number: ACP00751

    The Model AK-31 Low-cost Interior Digital Keypad is a digital keyless entry system designed for access control applications. The keypad is housed in a rugged, plastic enclosure and is designed to be mounted in a standard single-gang electrical box. The die-cast keys have bright, easy-to-read yellow graphics.

    Up to 480 entry codes, from 1 to 6 digits in length, can be programmed. They can activate either, or both, of the relay outputs. Relay #1 has a 5 Amp capacity. Relay #2 has a 1 Amp capacity. The relays can be set for timed or latch-on/latch-off toggle operation per each individual entry code. The on or off toggle state of a relay is maintained even after power interruption. When power is restored to the keypad, each relay will assume the state it was in when power was removed.

    Two indicators show the status of the entry system. The left indicator lights red to indicate power, then turns green when access is granted. The right indicator lights yellow when the keypad is in lockout condition (from too many incorrect code entries). An internal sounder beeps when each key is pressed. An internal jumper sets the sounder volume high or low.

    The REQUEST-TO-EXIT input can be wired to a pushbutton to provide codeless activation of Main Relay, Auxiliary Relay, Output #3, or Output #4 (programmable) for authorized personnel. The anti-passback feature prevents using the same code twice before the programmed time elapses.

    The ALARM SHUNT output activates when access is granted. This output can be wired to shunt alarm contacts on the access door/gate to prevent triggering of an alarm when authorized access occurs. Two solid state outputs, capable of switching 100 mA to common, are programmable to signal forced entry, door ajar, lockout, alarm circuit shunting, request-to-enter, and keypad active conditions.

    The AK-31 is powered from a 12-24 Volt AC or DC source. Power can be obtained from the access device or a separate power supply. The EEPROM memory retains all entry codes and programming, even without power.

    Features

  • Self-contained keyless entry system ideal for airports, hospitals, warehouses, office buildings, parking lots, and many other commercial facilities
  • Mounts in a single gang electrical box
  • Four independent outputs and timers: two form C relays and two solid-state open collector outputs with unique programming per entry code
  • Up to 480 programmable input codes of one to six digits each for activating either or both relays
  • Two LED indicators show system status
  • Key operating features include: door sense input; inhibit input; request-to-exit input; alarm shunt output; timed anti-passback; and keypad lockout
  • Rugged metal keys
  • Tactile and audible feedback
  • 3" W x 5" H x 3" D
  • Product Number: ACP00747

    The Model AKR-1 Exterior Digital Keypad with Radio Receiver is a digital keyless entry system designed for access control applications. The keypad is housed in a rugged cast aluminum enclosure that can be mounted to a pedestal or bolted directly to a wall. The die-cast keys have bright, easy-to-read yellow graphics.

    Up to 480 entry codes, from 1 to 6 digits in length, can be programmed. They can activate either, or both, of the relay outputs.

    Up to four sets of block coded MegaCode® transmitters (up to 480 transmitters total) can be used to gain access through the AKR-1’s built-in radio receiver. Each transmitter can be individually suspended or re-activated. Four facility codes can be programmed to identify each block of transmitters. A Radio Test Mode is provided for testing transmitters and detecting radio interference. Programming of individual (non-block coded) transmitters is not supported by the AKR-1.

    Linear’s Model MGT safety edge transmitter is compatible with the AKR-1. This supervised transmitter is used to detect and transmit obstacle events to the AKR-1 receiver. Obstacle signals from an MGT transmitter will activate Relay #2.

    Features
    • Self-contained keyless entry system ideal for airports, hospitals, warehouses, office buildings, parking lots, and many other commercial facilities
    • Rugged, cast aluminum enclosure for indoor or outdoor mounting on a wall or pedestal
    • Built-in radio receiver
    • Four independent outputs and timers: two form C relays and two solid-state open collector outputs
    • Accepts 480 entry codes, 480 block code transmitters, plus one fully supervised Model MGT safety edge transmitter
    • Two LED indicators show system status
    • Key operating features include: door sense input; inhibit input; request-to-exit input; alarm shunt output; timed anti-passback; and keypad lockout
    • Down light illuminates whenever keypad is used
    • Tactile and audible feedback
    • Keylock secures keypad to mounting backplate
    • RF frequency: 318 MHz
    • 4" W x 7" H x 3" D
    Linear WOR Wiegand Output Receiver - AMWOR Linear AP-5: Multipurpose Wireless Access Controller
    Product Number: ACP00727

    The Model WOR Wiegand Output Receiver is designed for use as an access control interface for Linear's block coded digital transmitters. The unit receives signals from transmitters, adds a facility code to the data, and sends the information to the Wiegand input of the access control panel via a 5-wire connection.

    Several transmitter and receiver options can be set using the unit's dipswitches. Three different Wiegand output formats (26, 30, & 31-bit) are supported. Three receiver options (lockout, hold, & button offset) can be set. Transmitter buttons on multi-button units can be selectively disabled. The facility code is set using 16 dipswitches.

    Three antenna types can be used with this receiver. The local whip antenna (supplied) screws directly on to the receiver. The directional (EXA-2000) and omni-directional (EXA-1000) remote antennas attach to the receiver's antenna input via RG-59 cable and a type F connector.

    An on-board RADIO RANGE knob allows adjustment of the receiver's gain. It can be set to limit the maximum radio range that the receiver can achieve. Two indicators display the receivers performance and operation. The red RADIO indicator lights when the receiver detects a radio signal. The two color red/green STATUS indicator lights green when the receiver is sending Wiegand data and during the 1-second post receiver lockout timer (if receiver lockout is enabled). The indicator turns red when the receiver's HOLD input (connected to the access control panel) is active. Receiver test points are provided for listening to the incoming signals with an audio amplifier.

    The receiver is housed in a weather-resistant enclosure and can be mounted indoors or outdoors. Gaskets and a weather-tight wiring strain relief seal the unit from the elements.

    Features
    • Easy way to equip existing installations with radio transmitter access
    • Keyless entry offers user convenience, safety, and security for triggering gates, barrier arms, and doors
    • Ideal way to facilitate handicapped access
    • Multi-button transmitters can double as personal emergency devices for triggering security alarms
    • RF input/Wiegand output receiver supports 26, 30, and 31-bit data formats
    • Wide selection of MegaCode (over 1 million codes) format transmitters, with available block coding
    • Field adjustable read range - from 5 to 500 feet
    • Connects as easily as card readers; transmitters are added like cards, with no software changes required
    • Facility and ID codes tailored to system requirements
    • Weather-resistant case for mounting outdoors
    • RF frequency: 318 MHz
    AP-5: Multipurpose Wireless Access Controller
    Product Number: ACP00953

    Dual-portal access control system, built-in radio receiver, supports 480 block coded transmitters or 238 individual transmitters/wireless keypad entry codes and six MGT obstacle transmitters, three relays, programmable access or obstacle output

    The AP-5 Multipurpose Wireless Access Controller is designed for a broad range of applications and can control one or two door strikes, mag-locks, barrier gates, automatic gates, or door operators. Its wireless design and small size fits a variety of access control requirements.

    The unit's built-in high-gain superheterodyne receiver picks up transmitter signals from up to 500 feet away. The optional EXA-2000 antenna can be used for additional range. Up to 480 Linear MegaCode® transmitters and six Model MGT supervised safety edge transmitters can be programmed into the AP-5’s memory. Up to 238 entry codes can be programmed for activation by one or more MegaCode® wireless keypads. The AP-5 will retain its memory, even without power.

    Three dry contact relay outputs are provided. One relay is dedicated for access control, another dedicated for obstacle detection, and the third programmable for either access or obstacle. Access relays can be set for timed or latch-on/latch-off toggle operation. The on or off toggle state of a relay is maintained even after power interruption. For entrapment detection, obstacle relays activate from MGT safety edge transmitters and connect to the obstacle input of the access device. OPEN REQUEST input terminals are supplied for hardwired activation of the access devices with an external pushbutton or keyswitch.

    The AP-5 monitors each MGT safety edge transmitter for hourly status reports, tamper signals, and low battery signals. A beep will sound every 5 seconds if a fault occurs and the trouble source can be displayed. An access transmitter must be activated twice to trigger the access relay if a supervisory trouble condition exists on any MGT transmitter.

    The AP-5 can be powered from 12-24 Volts AC or DC. The Form C relay outputs can switch up to 1 Amp each. An EARTH GROUND terminal is provided as a recommended connection for maximum lightning and static protection.

    Features

  • Ideal for gated communities, parking facilities, and industrial sites
  • Easy to set-up and use, up to 480 remotes can be programmed with a few keystrokes
  • Easy to add, suspend, and delete transmitters through programming mode, no transmitter dip switches to set
  • Supports 480 block coded transmitters or 238 individual transmitters/wireless keypad entry codes
  • Supports six fully supervised MGT safety edge transmitters
  • Three output relays; one for access, one for obstacle, one programmable for access or obstacle
  • High-gain superheterodyne receiver
  • RF frequency: 318 MHz
  • 4.45" W x 5.75" H x 1.5" D (without antenna)
  • Linear EXA-2000 Directional Remote Antenna Linear MDKP Exterior Wireless Keypad
    Product Number: AAE00331

    The Model EXA-2000 Directional Remote Antenna is designed to enhance the radio range of Linear's receivers. This antenna can be connected to the F connector on many Linear receivers to improve their range when they must be located in poor signal reception locations. Usually an increase of 20-30% range can be expected. The versatile EXA-2000 can be mounted either vertically or horizontally.

    NOTE: Generally, the higher the antenna is mounted above ground level, the better the radio range will be.

    The EXA-2000 is a 1/2 wave, center fed, antenna composed of two parts: an antenna assembly with a ten-foot, 75-ohm coaxial cable with an F connector and two mounting brackets. The cable connects to the F connector on the receivers. If the antenna must be mounted further than ten feet from the receiver, an additional extension cable of 15 feet may be used for a maximum cable run of 25 feet. Because of the cable resistance, the performance of the EXA-2000 may be degraded by using more than 25 feet of cable.
    Features

  • Paintable PVC housing
  • Includes 10 feet of coax
  • Directional remote antenna
  • Two mounting brackets included
  • 21" W x 5" H x 1.5" D
  • 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.

    Features
    • Factory programmed MegaCode format; internal antenna
    • 1-6 digit PIN for each user
    • Long life lithium battery
    • Rugged cast aluminum housing
    • Built-in downlight
    Linear MGT Gate Safety Edge Transmitter
    Product Number: DNT00068

    The MGT is for adding fully supervised obstacle sensing for motorized gates, doors or barrier arms in any Linear access control system. It mounts directly on the gate, door, or barrier and wires to a standard exterior safety edge sensor (for full featured compatibility, a Miller gate edge sensor with an optional .001 UF capacitor is recommended). If an object is hit during the gate closing, the sensor will present a closed circuit across the connecting wires and the MGT will transmit a message to the access controller to reverse the movement of the gate. Compatible with AM/II, AM-3, AE-1, AE-2, AE-500, AE-1000, AE-2000, and AP-4 commercial telephone entry and access controllers. Also compatible with RE-1 and RE-2 residential telephone entry systems.

    The MGT is the industry’s only fully supervised gate safety edge transmitter. It automatically sends an hourly status report to the access controller, indicating battery condition and if the transmitter is operational. Should the edge sensor be disconnected, shorted, or tampered with, the MGT will report a trouble condition. The access controller indicates the trouble condition by flashing its OBSTACLE light; the system’s LCD display identifies the problem and a printer can log the event. The trouble condition can be easily cleared by pressing # and 1 on the controller keypad.

    The MGT transmitter is supplied in a weather-resistant, fiberglass box. Its circuit board is coated to prevent moisture damage. The enclosure mounts to the gate, door, or barrier arm through sealed interior mounting screws.
    Features

  • Safety edge transmitter
  • Activates one MegaCode receiver for stop or reverse safety edge
  • No cables or coiled wires
  • Mounting hardware (4 screws) supplied
  • Power: 2 Model 2450 lithium batteries
  • Frequency: 318 MHz
  • Codes: 1,000,000+ (factory precoded)
  • Dimensions: 4 x 4.28 x 2.2 inches
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