B&D KPX7 Tri-Tran Keypad

Brand: B&D

B&D doors logo

B&D KPX7 Tri-Tran Keypad

Brand: B&D

B&D doors logo

Includes

  • Brand New Keypad
  • Wall Mount
  • Coding Instructions
  • Free Shipping Australia-wide*
  • 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty*

$94.95

Availability:

In stock

Availability:

In stock

Includes

  • Brand New Keypad
  • Wall Mount
  • Coding Instructions
  • Free Shipping Australia-wide*
  • 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty*

Features:

  • Genuine original equipment keypad
  • Free Shipping Australia-Wide*
  • 2 Years Manufacturers Warranty*

Includes:

  • 1 x Brand New Keypad
  • Wall Mount Fixtures
  • Battery
  • Coding Instructions

Compatibility List:

Warning: 128 Bit remotes code to 64 Bit openers, but 64 Bit remotes will not code to 128 Bit gate & garage openers. 

The older version B&D openers with 64 Bit (Tri Tran v1, v2 and Mini) are compatible with the B&D Garage door remote – TB5 and TB6 but the 64 Bit B&D garage remotes (Tri Tran v1, v2 and Mini) are not compatible with the newer version 128 Bit openers (using TB6 and TB5).  This means that if you upgrade your 64 Bit opener to a new 128 Bit opener your older remotes will not work along side the new remotes.

Tri-Tran Wireless Digital Keypad is designed for use with automatic garage door and gate openers. The Tri-Tran format provides unparalleled security with more than 99 million different codes.

Weight.270 kg
UPC

Does not apply

MPN

Does Not Apply

Compatible Brand

ATA

Brand

B&D

Type

TECH SPECS FOR B&D KPX7 KEYPAD

Frequency433.47, 433.92 & 434.37 MHz
Coding128Bit Rolling Code
Capacity20 Codes, 8 Digits
Body TypeKeypad
Buttons12
Button ColourGrey
Case ColourBlack
Size69 x 36 x 14mm
Range>40 meters

Written Instructions

Initial Set Up
The Wireless Keypad is supplied with a factory preset code (1111) which must be changed to a new pin code before the Wireless Keypad will operate. The pin code can be any 4-8 digits number except 1111.

Storing your pin code
Note: There is a timeout of approximately 5 seconds after the last button is pressed.

  1. Enter 1111 followed by the hash (#) key.
  2. Press and hold the hash (#) key again. The keypad will beep for approximately 5 seconds. Once the beeping stops, release the hash (#) key. Enter the new pin code followed by the hash (#) key. Reenter the new pin code followed by the hash (#) key to confirm. A short string of beeps will be produced to confirm the acceptance of the new pin code.
  3. Test operation using the new code. Enter the new code followed by the hash (#) key. Press and hold any button from 1-8 and you should hear a continuous string of beeps.

NOTE: If you lose or forget a code, you will need to return the Wireless Keypad to B&D Doors for reprogramming. A charge will apply for this service.

Coding The Wireless Keypad Into The Opener

  1. Press the CODE SET button and release. The CODE SET LED will illuminate to indicate that the opener is in Code Learn mode. If a valid code is not stored within 15 seconds, the opener will exit Code Learn.
  2. Enter your pin code on the Wireless Keypad followed by the hash (#) key. Then press one of the eight (channel) buttons you wish to use to operate the door or gate etc. The CODE SET LED will flash.
  3. Pause for a second and press the same button again on the Wireless Keypad. The CODE SET LED will illuminate for one second then go out.
  4. Test the operation of the Wireless Keypad by entering your pin code followed by the hash (#) key and the stored channel button (1-8). The door should start to move.

Coding The Wireless Keypad Into The Tri-Tran™ receiver

  1. Press and hold SW1/SW2 on the Tri-Tran™ receiver board
  2. Enter your pin code on the Wireless Keypad followed by the hash (#) key. Then press one of the eight (channel) buttons you wish to use to operate the door or gate etc.
  3. Pause for a second and press the same button again on the Wireless Keypad.
  4. Release the SW button. The Wireless Keypad code should now be stored into the receiver’s memory.
  5. Test the operation of the Wireless Keypad by entering your pin code followed by the hash (#) key and the stored channel button (1-8).

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Features:

  • Genuine original equipment keypad
  • Free Shipping Australia-Wide*
  • 2 Years Manufacturers Warranty*

Includes:

  • 1 x Brand New Keypad
  • Wall Mount Fixtures
  • Battery
  • Coding Instructions

Compatibility List:

Warning: 128 Bit remotes code to 64 Bit openers, but 64 Bit remotes will not code to 128 Bit gate & garage openers. 

The older version B&D openers with 64 Bit (Tri Tran v1, v2 and Mini) are compatible with the B&D Garage door remote – TB5 and TB6 but the 64 Bit B&D garage remotes (Tri Tran v1, v2 and Mini) are not compatible with the newer version 128 Bit openers (using TB6 and TB5).  This means that if you upgrade your 64 Bit opener to a new 128 Bit opener your older remotes will not work along side the new remotes.

Tri-Tran Wireless Digital Keypad is designed for use with automatic garage door and gate openers. The Tri-Tran format provides unparalleled security with more than 99 million different codes.

Weight.270 kg
UPC

Does not apply

MPN

Does Not Apply

Compatible Brand

ATA

Brand

B&D

Type

TECH SPECS FOR B&D KPX7 KEYPAD

Frequency433.47, 433.92 & 434.37 MHz
Coding128Bit Rolling Code
Capacity20 Codes, 8 Digits
Body TypeKeypad
Buttons12
Button ColourGrey
Case ColourBlack
Size69 x 36 x 14mm
Range>40 meters

Written Instructions

Initial Set Up
The Wireless Keypad is supplied with a factory preset code (1111) which must be changed to a new pin code before the Wireless Keypad will operate. The pin code can be any 4-8 digits number except 1111.

Storing your pin code
Note: There is a timeout of approximately 5 seconds after the last button is pressed.

  1. Enter 1111 followed by the hash (#) key.
  2. Press and hold the hash (#) key again. The keypad will beep for approximately 5 seconds. Once the beeping stops, release the hash (#) key. Enter the new pin code followed by the hash (#) key. Reenter the new pin code followed by the hash (#) key to confirm. A short string of beeps will be produced to confirm the acceptance of the new pin code.
  3. Test operation using the new code. Enter the new code followed by the hash (#) key. Press and hold any button from 1-8 and you should hear a continuous string of beeps.

NOTE: If you lose or forget a code, you will need to return the Wireless Keypad to B&D Doors for reprogramming. A charge will apply for this service.

Coding The Wireless Keypad Into The Opener

  1. Press the CODE SET button and release. The CODE SET LED will illuminate to indicate that the opener is in Code Learn mode. If a valid code is not stored within 15 seconds, the opener will exit Code Learn.
  2. Enter your pin code on the Wireless Keypad followed by the hash (#) key. Then press one of the eight (channel) buttons you wish to use to operate the door or gate etc. The CODE SET LED will flash.
  3. Pause for a second and press the same button again on the Wireless Keypad. The CODE SET LED will illuminate for one second then go out.
  4. Test the operation of the Wireless Keypad by entering your pin code followed by the hash (#) key and the stored channel button (1-8). The door should start to move.

Coding The Wireless Keypad Into The Tri-Tran™ receiver

  1. Press and hold SW1/SW2 on the Tri-Tran™ receiver board
  2. Enter your pin code on the Wireless Keypad followed by the hash (#) key. Then press one of the eight (channel) buttons you wish to use to operate the door or gate etc.
  3. Pause for a second and press the same button again on the Wireless Keypad.
  4. Release the SW button. The Wireless Keypad code should now be stored into the receiver’s memory.
  5. Test the operation of the Wireless Keypad by entering your pin code followed by the hash (#) key and the stored channel button (1-8).

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