The Videofied WMB621 horizontal alpha keypad is a battery-operated, wireless, alphanumeric keypad designed for the configuring/programming, maintenance and arming/disarming of indoor Videofied systems. This model keypad has an integrated badge reader and includes one prox tag.
The keypad features a 32 character (two lines x 16 characters) liquid crystal (LCD) display, multi-function push buttons, panic assistance, built-in sounder, proximity badge reader and S2View® spread spectrum encrypted wireless circuitry for secure two-way communication with the control panel. The LCD backlight turns off automatically after 30 seconds of keypad inactivity to conserve battery power. Pressing a button will turn the backlight on and register as a command to the system.
The WMB621 keypad can be used to program and configure Videofied™ security systems. S2View® spread spectrum encrypted wireless circuitry effectively makes the keypad a mobile programmer that can be used anywhere within the installation site during system programming. Because the keypad is a supervised device, once programming is completed the keypad must be permanently mounted or deleted from the system. The easy to understand display guides you through programming, prompting you for simple yes/no or data entry responses. The left and right arrow buttons cycle through menus or values until the desired option is displayed. Text entries are done using the 0 - 9 buttons and can be in lowercase, uppercase, or a combination of both. Complete punctuation symbols are also available for data entries such as website/IP addresses and component location naming.
The badge reader can be used to arm and disarm the system. It has proximity detection to turn on the reader when it detects a hand present within the detection field. Presenting a badge to the reader for 2 seconds will toggle the arming and disarming of the system. The WMB621 keypad is typically installed near entry/exit doors to allow system users enough time to arm and exit the premises, and to enter and disarm the system before time delay expires. When the system is armed, the built-in sounder emits a series of exit delay beeps to remind the user to exit before the beeps stop. Upon entering the armed premises, the built-in sounder emits entry delay beeps to remind the user to disarm the system to avoid an alarm. A dual tamper function provides detection for both keypad cover and wall tamper.
The WMB621 keypad is powered by three lithium batteries that can last up to four years or more, depending on the amount of keypad activity. The keypad transmits a check-in signal every eight minutes that includes its unique identification code, along with the tamper condition, serial number, date of manufacture, software revision and battery status. Videofied alarm systems support up to three keypads per system.
Temperature range: +14/+104°F (-10/+40°C)
Up to 3 alpha keypads can be added to each control panel
Built-in sounder provides entry/exit delay beeps and alarm sounds
Dual tamper provides detection for both wall and cover
Lithium Battery - Up to 4 years battery life for low alarm activity
Panic Assistance - for manual activation anytime
The WMB621 keypad is a mobile programmer that can be used anywhere on the installation site during system programming
Typically installed near entry/exit doors to allow system users enough time to arm and exit the premises, and to enter and disarm the system before time delay expires
S2View® - Spread Spectrum, VIDEOFIED™, Interactive AES Encrypted Wireless technology provides optimum signal integrity and security
Display - Two line, 32 character (2 lines x 16 characters) display with automatic backlight. 30 second backlight timer to conserve battery power
Buttons - complete alphanumeric setting/parameter entries in programming mode; standard and custom operation in normal operating mode
Supervised - transmits a check-in/status signal every 8 minutes indicating tamper state, serial number, date of manufacture, software revision and battery status