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MODEL 950/951

Wired/Wireless Keypad



Instruction Manual




? Read this instruction manual completely prior to installation.

? Installation should be performed by a professional installer.

? If welding is required, it should he performed by a qualified welder.

? Should electricity be required, use a certified electrician.

? Use UL Listed wiring with an insulation rating of at least 600 volts.

? Avoid splices in wiring. Solder and seal any splices in watertight junction box.

? Always disconnect power before servicing the unit.

? Be sure that all wiring to the unit is designed for direct underground burial.

? Do not run power wiring greater than 200 feet.

? Do not use onboard keypad power supply for anything other than the supplied transmitter. Locks, Loops, Strikes, and other devices must have their own power supply, or must use the power supply of the gate operator or garage door operator.

? Do not position this keypad within 5 feet of any moving parts of a vehicular gate operator. The user of the keypad should never be in an area that allows a vehicular gate operator to come in contact with the user while the keypad is being operated.


1 . Programming and set-up of the 950/951 keypad is accomplished via the keypad face and through the dip-switches located on the keypad circuit board.
Refer to page 6 for a description/explanation on programming through the keypad face.
Refer to page 7 for a description/explanation on dip-switch settings.
2. The 950/951 keypad provides both audio tones and led indicators during programming and normal use.
Refer to page 5 for a description/explanation of these tones and indicators.

'*' & '#' Keys

key is used to clear entries in progress.

'#' key is used as 'Enter' key function and to Exit Programming Mode


Model 950/951 Keypad Stainless steel mounting plate
(2 included with each keypad)
(Included with Wired Model only)
Hardware Kit 9 volt battery
(Included with Wireless model only)

Keypad door and circuit board can be removed from the housing.  To remove, make sure that door is completely open and slide it to the right while pulling away from the control box.
Please remember to remove the door while mounting the control box so that the circuit board is always protected.

The keypad can be mounted to any standard gooseneck stand using the enclosed carriage bolts.  If you have a non-standard gooseneck mounting pattern, you can use the enclosed stainless steel faceplate to modify for a correct fit.
The faceplate can also be used to manufacture a custom gooseneck stand.



Access Code Entry---Sub-Mode I
Sub-Mode I is for entering new access codes. The Model 950 keypad will hold 1000 4 digit codes. 4 digit code range is '0001' to '9991'

Access Code Removal---Sub-Mode 2
Sub-Mode 2 is used to delete individual 4 digit access codes from the keypad memory.

Flash Code Entry---Sub-Mode 3
Sub-Mode 3 is used to enter a Flash Code into the keypad memory. The Flash Code will be deleted from the keypad memory after it is used once. The purpose of a Flash Code is so that the homeowner can enter a I time use code that will give a delivery or maintenance person access to the property. If the delivery/maintenance person returns at a later time without homeowner approval, the code will already have been removed and access will be denied.

Latch Code Entry---Sub-Mode 4
Sub-Mode 4 is used for entering a single Latch Code into the keypad memory. The Latch Code can be entered by the homeowner to hold the gate open. The gate will remain open until the Latch Code is re-entered. The Latch Code is primarily used when a large number of vehicles need access to the property in a short amount of time. The homeowner can give guests access without giving away access codes. Latch Code is not used with the Model 951 wireless keypad.

Relay Output Time---Sub-Mode 5
The Relay Output Time is adjustable from 1/2 to 60 seconds. The Relay Output Time is used to increase the time that the relay makes contact. This is useful when using the keypad with door strikes, etc.

Change Master Code---Sub-Mode 7
By entering the current Master Code and accessing Sub-Mode 7, you can change the master code. Refer to page 6 to see how to reset the Master Code if the current master code is lost or forgotten.

Clear All Access, Latch and Flash Codes---Sub-Mode 8
All of the codes that are used to gain access to the property can be erased at one time by using Sub-Mode 8. Note: Removal of codes can not be undone.

Once you have entered Programming Mode, you can access any of the Sub-Modes listed above by entering the Sub-Mode Number followed by the# key. *******


Positive Feedback---Keypad will beep three times and the green led will flash five times.
Negative Feedback---Keypad will beep ten times and the red led will flash five times.

Keypad Programming Manual

The very first time that you apply power to the keypad, you will hear a series of beeps followed by a regular repeating beep (1 beep at 3 second intervals) that lets you know you are in programming mode.

Enter a 4 digit Master Code that only you will use for programming purposes.

You can now add up to 1000 access codes as well as a flash code (for use only once) and a latch code to hold open the gate.



1. Sound - OFF/ON
2. LEDs - OFF/ON
3.Light - OFF/ON


5. three strikes your out - OFF/ON
6. Latch Mode - OFF/ON

(Three Strikes Your Out is used to prevent someone from trying to guess a correct user code.  When three incorrect codes are entered in a row, the keypad will automatically shut down for 3 minutes.)


Master Reset - Clears Master Code. Remove battery for 30 seconds, hold push button down while reconnecting battery. New master code may now be programmed. (arrow top left)


Keypad power 7-24 VAC/DC

Relay output normally open

Relay Common

Relay output normally closed




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designed by Langston Technologies, LLC (2010)