Touchpad

Code keypad with two relay outputs and a blue backlight.

A classic code keypad is a logical choice for those who want an alternative to a fingerprint reader. The control unit can be mounted inside the door leaf or on the DIN rail in a fuse box.

Touchpad is available in two versions: R5TPR1 for flush mounting or R5TP2 with a black decorative frame.

Inconspicuous and elegant

Small dimensions. It can be installed in the door leaf or next to the door.

Capacitive buttons

No moving parts. Touch screen buttons with blue backlight.

kodna tipkovnica

Unlocks the door and switches off the alarm

By utilizing it's two relay outputs, Touchpad can unlock the door and/or control another function (e.g. alarm, garage door, etc.)

Choose your own code

99 user and 1 administrator codes can be saved. The length of the code is between 4 and 16 numbers.

WOODEN DOORS

PVC/ALU DOORS

DIN RAIL

Touchpad is a classic code keypad.

It was primarily designed for installation in the door leaf but it can also be flush mounted or wall mounted with a help of a stainless steel holder. Capacitive buttons have blue backlight which makes its use easy also in the dark.

Touchpad operates on a concept of encrypted communication between the fingerprint reader and control unit (where relay outputs are). The control unit is always mounted on the safe side - inside the door leaf or in the fuse box. Encrypted communication prevents triggering of relays from the outside the door.

  • R5TP1 dimensions: 79,3 x 37,2 mm
  • R5TP2 dimensions: 79,3 x 40,2 mm
  • Administrator code capacity: 1
  • User code capacity: 99
  • Relay outputs: 2
  • Code length: 4 - 16 characters
  • User interface: 2 function buttons
  • Installation method: in the door leaf, wall-mounted on 30° holder or
    flush-mounted
  • Buttons: capacitive with blue backlight
  • Hacking protection: 256-but encryption

If the administrator code has been lost or forgotten, a factory reset can be performed by pressing a designated button on the control unit.

REX touchpad

  • The surface of the finger pressed on the number was too small. Your finger should cover the whole number.
  • You approached the number too slowly. You need to press the number quickly.
  • Device malfunction. Call an authorised repair service.
  • You forgot to press the ’check mark’ after the code.
  • You entered a wrong code.
  • The code you entered had been deleted from the database.
  • If the code is correct but the door does not unlock, the most likely reason is a malfunctioned electric lock.
  • Backlight is poorly visible in strong daylight.
  • Backlight has been turned off. Press any key.
  • Device is being turned off or is not connected to a power supply.
  • Device malfunction. Call an authorised repair service.

A wrong code was entered three times in a row. The keypad is temporarily locked.

Device malfunction. Call an authorised repair service.

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