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MA10 Keypad

The flush fitting MA10 Keypad combines robust vandal resistance with an attractive design to meet the most demanding of today’s concepts and specifications, in a wide range of applications from public services to specialist use in heavy duty environments and adverse weather conditions. The MA10 complements the matching 4 x 4 MA11 and 1 x 4 MA12 Keypads
  • Vandal resistant (meets EN81-71 Cat. 2)
  • Wide range of legends
  • Positive click action
  • Sealed to IP66
  • Wide operable key surface
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MA11 Keypad

The flush fitting MA11 Keypad combines robust vandal resistance with an attractive design to meet the most demanding of today’s concepts and specifications, in a wide range of applications from public services to specialist use in heavy duty environments and adverse weather conditions. The MA11 complements the matching 3 x 4 MA10 and 1 x 4 MA12 Keypads.
  • Vandal resistant (meets EN81-71 Cat. 2)
  • Wide range of legends
  • Positive click action
  • Sealed to IP66
  • Wide operable key surface
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MA12 Keypad

The flush fitting MA12 Keypad combines robust vandal resistance with an attractive design to meet the most demanding of today’s concepts and specifications, in a wide range of applications from public services to specialist use in heavy duty environments and adverse weather conditions. The MA12 complements the matching 3 x 4 MA10 and 4 x 4 MA11 keypads.
  • Vandal resistant (Meets EN81-71 Cat. 2)
  • Wide range of legends
  • Positive click action
  • Sealed to IP66
  • Wide operable key surface
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En Pad Keypad

To comply with code and deliver a solution to the handicap access requirements, we have designed a special keypad that respects the international lift standards. This keypad is an alternate method by which passengers can key in their desired floor. Our En-Pad keypad is designed in a 4 x 4 matrix and has numerous options available and bespoke designs for the non-numeric keys in order to match your needs. We recommend that the standard “Door Open”, “Door Close” and “Alarm” functions should remain as conventional pushbuttons positioned below the Touch Panel for safety reasons.