The CS106 are combined door entry and coded access systems utilising an economic C106 standalone keypad module. These can be considered where a low level of security is deemed to be adequate. Should a high level of security be necessary then the CS109 combined systems should be used.
The C106 keypad may be programmed with up to ten unique access codes. If a valid code is entered on the keypad, the lock release will operate for a preset duration. The keypad has one green LED and one red LED to indicate the system status to the user: the green LED indicates that the lock release is operating, whilst the red LED indicates an invalid entry. There are ten user access codes and a wide range of programmable functions.
Two panels are available the CP106 (SPA style) with a maximum of 7 buttons and the BL106 (bellini style) with a maximum of 6 buttons. For larger systems the CS109 combined systems should be used.
The C106 standalone keypad may be programmed with up to ten access codes of between 1 to 8 digits. The extra codes are provided for multi-user application or for timed restricted access (additional time clock required). The keypad has both fail secure and fail safe lock outputs and an exit facility from a remote push-button. Other programmable features include lock duration and lock delay time. The access and user programs are stored in a protected non-volatile EEPROM memory and all programmed features are retained indefinitely without power.