Response miGuard KP700 Additional Wireless RFID Keypad

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About this product


Product overview

• Wire free for quick and easy installation and setup
• Single wireless keypad controller with RFID reader
• Secure 4 digit user code or RFID tag entry
• Long operating range of up to 80 metres
• Compatible with all miGuard alarms

Special Features
• Has a built in panic function

Easy to Setup and Ready to Go
The Response miGuard KP700 Additional Wireless Keypad comes with everything you need for set up in the box, including screws, fixings and batteries which are required. The keypad is compatible and easily paired with all miGuard alarm kits. Use the Keypad to use RFID tags with any miGuard alarm kit.

What does my keypad do?
The Response miGuard KP700 Additional Wireless Keypad allows extra flexibility with the Yale Easy Fit alarm kits. Instead of using just the control panel you can arm and disarm the alarm remotely using the keypad instead elsewhere in the home. In an emergency the keypad has a built in panic function allowing you to set off the alarm immediately.


Compatible kits
Response miGuard A1 Wireless Intruder Alarm KitA59LQ
Response miGuard A8 Telecommunication Wireless Intruder Alarm Kit A56LQ
Response miGuard A9 Telecommunication Wireless Intruder Alarm Kit A86RZ
Response miGuard A11 Telecommunication Wireless Intruder Alarm Kit A11NZ
Response miGuard G3 SIM Enabled Wireless Intruder Alarm Kit A57LQ
Response miGuard G5 SIM Enabled Wireless Intruder Alarm Kit A58LQ

Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK, but with a few snags Does what it says on the tin. However, it's somewhat "independent" of the main panel and so RFID tags need teaching twice, and the act of disarming the keypad won't trigger the panel to send a notification SMS. Feels a bit plasticky. Decent range, though, and looks good. Note: if you encounter problems such as a failed buzzer after wall mounting, remove the backing plate and drill out about 1.5mm of material where the buzzer sits. It's being muted because it's touching the backplate instead of sitting proud. Poor design, really, but an easy fix.
Date published: 2014-02-03
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Does this work with the aw1 system 

Asked by: Bigfeetbigshoes
Yes the A54NB is listed as an accessory of the AW1 system
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-05-28

Is this compatible with A50UW as it is not on this (A54NB) list but this unit IS listed on the A50UW spec?

Asked by: Peter
Yes this is compatible with the A50UW
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2016-10-03

Hi, Does this chime like the base unit does once you have entered/sensor been tripped.
Asked by: Dave hart
No but it will make the base unit chime. This item does not have a sounder.
Answered by: DB
Date published: 2015-07-17
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