Advantage DKLP 19-100sg Flush Mount Wired Digital Keypad

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The American Access Systems Advantage DKLP 19-100SG (Single Gang) flush mount keypad requires the use of a “nucleus” device to control both locking and exiting devices. This keypad mounts flush in a single gang sized electrical box. This keypad has a maximum of 100 stored PIN numbers.

This keypad was designed to run off of a 12v DC power source. Some compatible power sources from are:Sentry E. Labs Transformer or Sentry E. Labs Transformer with Battery backup.

The Advantage DKLP 19-100SG keypad does not have the necessary timed relays to control both locking devices and exit devices. Time relays are crucial in access systems as the electronic locks will only be deactivated for the amount of time that button or other device is held for. indicates which devices can be nucleus devices by a “nucleus” logo right on the product image. These designated devices have the capabilities of controlling both locking and exiting devices. Some examples of “nucleus” devices include:

  • Keypad
  • Proximity card reader
  • GSM intercom
  • Automatic Door Opener
  • Timed Relay
  • Access control devices are the central point of any door access system. All inputs feed into these devices which then transmits a signal to the locking device. One of the key features of a “nucleus” device is the capablitlity of being able to have exiting devices. Exiting devices will feed into the “nucleus” which then signals the locking device. Exiting devices can consist of:

  • Push button
  • Hand sensor
  • Micro-Switch Panic Exit Bar
  • Switched handle
  • Fire release

  • Manual: Manual_Advantage_DKLP_19 100sg
    QB ID: DKLP 19-100sg