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ESP Unveils Black EZTAG3 Keypad And Proximity Reader

ESP is expanding one of its best-selling products – the Aperta EZTAG door entry system – with a black version of the EZTAG3 keypad and proximity reader. Already available in silver, the black version will broaden its appeal for a range of installations. 

Offering straightforward installation and commissioning and with simple self-contained programming, EZTAG3 is an IP65 rated weatherproof combined access control keypad with proximity tag or pin code activation, accommodating up to 1,010 key tag holders or pin numbers.  

Users approach the keypad and enter a four digit code or hold a personal proximity tag within a few inches to activate one of the EZTAG3’s two on board relays, which in turn activates an appropriate door release in separate controlled areas. The EZTAG3 supports two separate lock outputs, as well as fail safe and fail secure locks.  

It comes complete with 10 tags and features a robust housing with a narrow (45mm x 152mm) footprint, allowing installation where space is at a premium. The units are further enhanced with the use of LED operational indicators and an attractive blue backlighting of the keypad. There is also a doorbell option. 

A new black keypad is also being introduced for the EZTAG3PRO Kit, which offers a complete door entry system in one handy and convenient box, and comprises:

  • EZTAG3 proximity door entry keypad
  • 10 proximity tags
  • Electromagnetic lock
  • Boxed power supply – with optional backup battery 
  • Push to exit button or mushroom button
  • Emergency break glass

ESP’s technical support team is available during working hours from Monday to Friday to offer any advice or support that may be required.

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