Magnadyne introduces wireless entry-system keypads

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Magnadyne says its two wireless entry-system keypads, models 7950K and 7951K, are available for horizontal or vertical installations and are easy to install; simply program the keypad, clean the surface, peel and stick using the included very-high-bond automotive grade double-stick tape.

The keypads come preprogrammed with a permanent five-digit activation code but can be changed to the user’s own secret PIN number, and will accept up to three additional codes to accommodate other drivers. Its multiple functions include lock/arm, unlock/disarm, two additional channels for features such as trunk/hatch release, optional window roll-up or driver’s door priority unlock. The keypads’ tamper-resistant design locks out thieves when seven incorrect codes are entered.

The keypad’s five buttons with its built-in photo cell automatically illuminate only at night to conserve the unit’s six-year battery life. Programming the keypad is simple, according to the company, with built-in tones confirming each programming step. The keypads are built to be waterproof and high-pressure washproof, and are tested to withstand harsh conditions, Magnadyne says. The small footprint — 51/2″L x 1 5/8″W x 1/2″D — blends seamlessly for a factory-installed look.

The wireless keypads are compatible with all Silencer 7900 series starter-disable, remote security and factory keyless-entry upgrade systems. For more information, go to