Paxton Access - K-series electronic keypad.
Who would have thought, all those years ago when Paxton an access control company decided to open their doors and start producing fantastic range of unique easy-to-use keypads. that they would become one of the largest and most successful access control companies in the UK.
The Paxton Access K-series keypad has now been around for quite a few years, which is self evident to its easy to use functionality that has stayed the test of time. LocksOnline, has been selling Paxton compact range of access control products for as long as we have been online and are proud, to be still selling this range of products.
But what makes the Paxton K-series keypad such excellent value for money? Well, there is a whole host of different unique selling points that do make this particular keypad exceptional value for money not to say at least, the ability to have multiple codes, timed outputs, doorbell facility, push to release button facility, toggle functions and a whole more that would give you the assurance that if you are looking for a keypad then perhaps, this is the ideal choice for you.
In fact, we have decided to produce a video on its range and so please see below the video on the K 75 keypad which is, the largest of the three options.
The smallest one is only 38 mm and can quite well fit on architraves around Dorsets. Which, is ideal for discrete applications or any other type of applications where, you dont particularly want to have something large and perhaps ostentatious in view.
Paxton as a company, has grown from strength to strength and we know now that they are shipping into Europe as well as the USA. A British company that is doing well in all these market sectors is a true testament to the quality, reliability and sheer practicality of the range that Paxton has in the access control market.
Even though, we are promoting in his article they keypad. Please, bare in mind that Paxton do produce a whole host of access control products, which include, proximity access control readers, power supplies and now a range of locking handles that are battery driven.
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