Corby has gone out of business. We have no Corby parts except the keypad box below.
Corby Programmable Keypads can use up to
165 different user operating codes. These codes can be 3-6
digits in length, and must be entered in exact order. Codes
and operating parameters are stored in non-volatile
After a valid code is entered, the
microprocessor will operate specific outputs.
For Access Control applications, a Request-To-Exit button
can be added and programmed to activate any output(s).
Add a magnetic door switch and the Door Ajar and Time
Cancel features become usable.
For alarm control applications, enter a valid user code to
arm or disarm the security system, or use a different code
to shunt or bypass an alarm zone. If enabled, you can
press the and simultaneously to trigger a panic
condition which can be programmed to any output(s).
A security lockout feature can be programmed to disable
the keypad after three invalid code attempts.
Any combination of the four
outputs may be activated by a valid code or input
condition. The two input conditions are Request-To-Exit
and Door Ajar/Forced Entry. Select which output(s) to
associate with every code or input condition. Different
user codes and input conditions can have their own
distinct output(s). Individual codes and inputs can be used
to accomplish multiple tasks, and can function
independently of each other.
The Main Relay, output #1, can control almost any kind of
device including door locks, office machines, industrial
equipment, or security systems.
Use the Auxiliary Relay, output #2, to trigger a dialer,
buzzer, shunt an alarm zone, or illuminate an LED,
depending on your application.
Use Voltage Outputs #3 and #4 to indicate Duress, Panic,
Door Ajar, and Forced Entry.
Any one of 165
operating codes can be programmed to activate any or all
of the four available outputs. Caused by entering
a special code that opens the door or disarms an alarm, as
well as activating additional silent alarm outputs. This
code can activate any or all of the four available outputs.
Triggered when the and are pressed
simultaneously. This special code can be programmed to
activate any or all of the four available outputs.
This is a user-selectable six digit
code. It must be entered before any programming may be
accomplished. This prevents the tampering of codes by
Program the following inputs to
activate any or all of the four outputs.
If the door is open 30 seconds longer than the
programmed time of relay #1, any or all of the other
outputs can be programmed to activate. If
the door is opened and it is preceded by a valid code
or Request-To-Exit, any or all of the outputs can be
programmed to activate. When a door is
opened and then closed, any remaining programmed door
strike activation time will be canceled preventing
unauthorized "follow throughs". A
simple "normally open" (N.O.) Request-To-Exit button
can be used to allow a timed exit from a protected area.
Door Ajar: yes
Forced Entry: yes
Time Cancel: yes
Codes and operating
parameters are stored in a
All programming is
performed using the
Program an audible "key
beep" during code entry.
LED's are installed for
12 or 24VDC input Operation.
Invalid Code Attempt
Program the outputs for
either a momentary (1-99
seconds) or latching time.
harnesses for easy
Automatic keypad timeout
from program mode.
Duress and auxiliary codes.
Silent panic code is active
24 hrs. a day if used as burglar alarm keypad
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