SMARTGUARDAIR – WIRELESS ACCESS CONTROL KEYPAD
For standalone access control at an entrance to a property, or inside a building, the SMARTGUARD air wireless access control keypad affordably delivers unmatched functionality and reliability.
Because it is wireless, installation is simple and there are no wires for intruders to hack, making the SMARTGUARD Air simple and safe.
- Multi-user capability
This wireless keypad can accommodate up to 1 000 unique PIN codes with any user-defined length from one to ten digits.
- Selectively add and delete
User codes can also be selectively deleted without affecting other codes stored in the memory. This makes administering your access control database so quick and easy.
The CENTURION SMARTGUARD air keypad also boasts a ‘downcounter’ allowing selected codes to have a limited number of uses. This is ideal for granting single occasion access, for example to an armed response company, with the code automatically deleting itself after use.
- Multi channel functionality
There are 15 separate channels, each of which can be paired with a CENTURION NOVA code-hopping receiver which means that up to 15 different devices can be activated using the SMARTGUARD air wireless keypad. Such functionality caters for many different scenarios for example, a motorised gate entrance may be opened fully using one code, activate the pedestrian opening using another, and switching on the house alarm using a third. CENTURION X-Trac garage door motors are also compatible.
- Reliable memory backup
The same memory module used on the D10 sliding gate motor may also be used on the SMARTGUARDair, allowing all the settings and codes to be backed up and then later restored in seconds.
- Wireless convenience
The SMARTGUARD air is a wireless model making it easy to install. It operates off two AA Alkaline batteries (included) which provide up to two years of battery life with up to 300 operations per day! It is compatible with CENTURION’s ultra-secure code-hopping receivers, including those on-board in many of our new operator controllers.