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ADVANTAGE DKE

MODEL 26-100L

User/Installation 

Manual

www.americanaccess.com

“Your Partner in Access Con

trol”

 


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AAS 2Year Limited Warranty 

What item(s) this warranty applies to:
American Access Systems “Advantage DKE”  access controls.

What is covered:
Any defect in materials or workmanship.

For how long:
Two years from date of purchase.

What we will do:
If your AAS product is defective and returned within 2 years of the date of purchase, we will repair it or, at our option, 

replace it at no charge to you. If we repair your AAS product, we may use new or reconditioned parts. If we choose 

to replace your AAS product, we may replace it with a new or reconditioned one of the same or similar design.  The 

repair or replacement will be warranted for (a) 90 days or (b) the remainder of the original two year warranty period, 

whichever is longer.

Limitations:
Implied warranties, including those of Àtness for a particular purpose and merchant ability (an unwritten warranty 

that the product is Àt for ordinary use), are limited to two years from date of purchase.  :e will not pay for loss of time, 

inconvenience, loss of use of your AAS product, service calls, or property damage caused by your AAS product or 

its failure to work, or any other incidental or consequential damages.  Some states do not allow limitations on how 

long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above 

exclusions or limitations may not apply to you.

What we ask you to do:
To get warranty service for your AAS product, you must provide proof of the date of purchase.  Contact the original 

dealer or installer of the product and return your AAS product along with the receipt to them.  If you have problems 

locating the dealer or installer contact American Access Systems at (303) 7999757 and we will direct you to an 

authorized dealer or distributor of American Access Systems products.  If you ship your AAS product, you must prepay 

all shipping costs.  :e suggest that you retain your original packing material in the event you need to ship your AAS 

product.  On return, include your name, address, phone number, proof of date of purchase, and a brief description of 

the operating problem.

What this warranty does not cover:
This warranty does not cover defects resulting from accidents, damage while in transit, alterations, unauthorized 

repair, failure to follow instructions, misuse, Àre, Áood, lighting,or acts of *od.  1or do we warrant your AAS product to 

be compatible with any particular external device or peripheral.  If your warranty has expired on your AAS product or 

if your product is 1OT covered contact your dealer or installer for advice on whether we will repair your AAS product 

and other repair information, including estimated repair costs and other charges.  :e, at our option, may replace 

rather than repair your AAS product with a new or similar design if the damage to the unit is severe or extensive.
This warranty is the only one we give on this product, and it sets forth all our responsibilities regarding your AAS 

product.  There are no other express warranties. 

State Law rights:
This warranty gives you speciÀc legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

1675 West Yale Ave. 

Englewood, CO 80110  

phone: 303-799-9757 

fax: 303-799-9756 

sales@securitybrandsinc.com 

www.securitybrandsinc.com

SECURITY 

BRANDS

 INC

 


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PARTS CHECKLIST 

Enclosed with this box you should have the following items. 

Qty

Description

1

Control Station

4

1/4 by 1/2 carriage bolts (Post mount units only)

4

1/4-20 hex nuts (Post mount units only)

If any of the above items are missing from this box, contact American Access Systems

Tools Needed For Basic Installation

‡ ‡  :ire nuts or appropriate connectors
‡ ‡  :ire strippers 

‡ ‡  :ire cutters 

‡ ‡ 3/” drive ratchet with ” extension and 7/” socket (Post mount units only)
‡ ‡  Digital or Analog multimeter

TECHNICAL/CUSTOMER SUPPORT 

1-303-799-9757 OR 

TECHSUPPORT@SECURITYBRANDSINC.COM

INTRODUCTION

Your new DKE unit is a high quality, commercial grade, programmable digital key control station.   The unit 

incorporates a single relay with a normally open and normally closed output.  The DKE  is housed in a  guage steel 

enclosure with a powder coat Ànish for durability and also includes  a membrane   keypad.  Please be sure to read 

and understand all instructions before proceeding with the hookup and programming instructions.

BEFORE PROCEEDING

To take full advantage of the 24 month limited warranty, you must be registered with American Access SystemsS.  

Please read the enclosed warranty statement, (pg 2), Àll out the warranty registration card provided and send it to

1675 West Yale Ave. 

Englewood, CO 80110  

phone: 303-799-9757 

fax: 303-799-9756 

sales@securitybrandsinc.com 

www.securitybrandsinc.com

SECURITY 

BRANDS

 INC

 


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STEP 1-MOUNTING THE UNIT

Page 3 tells you what tools and instruments you will need to install your unit and presents a parts check list.  Make sure 

to have all the tools listed.  Upon opening the box, check off the items enclosed with the unit.  If any items are missing 

from your unit, contact American Access Systems immediately.

Mounting the unit to an AAS gooseneck (18001) or double height (18003)pedestal
/ocate the four carriage bolts and four hex nuts found inside the unit box.  Place the unit up to the pedestal Áange 

and insert the four carriage bolts from the backside.  Secure the unit to the pedestal using the four hex nuts and a 

7/” socket.  The extra square mounting Áange may be discarded.

STEP 2-SYSTEM CONNECTIONS

Study the :I5I1* CO/O5 CODE chart below and then proceed to the hookup steps.

WIRING COLOR CODES

:+ITE(AC +ot)(DC )

2  24 9O/TS 

:+ITE(AC 1eutral)

(DC )

AC or DC

LATCH CONTACTS

B5O:1

5E/AY COMMO1

O5A1*E

1O5MA//Y OPE1

BLUE

1O5MALLY CLOSED

HOOKUP STEPS

(A). Your DKLP control  unit operates on  2 to 24 volts AC or DC.  Measure the voltage from the power  source to 

make sure it falls within these tolerances.  Locate the two white  wires on the circuit board and with the power off 

connect them to a constant power supply.

 


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HOOKUP STEPS

(A). Your DKLP control  unit operates on  2 to 24 volts AC or DC.  Measure the voltage from the power  source to 

make sure it falls within these tolerances.  Locate the two white  wires on the circuit board and with the power off 

connect them to a constant power supply.
(B).  Connect the device to be controlled to the appropriate control leads of the 200  (See above diagram).
(C). Double Check your connections. :hen you are sure that everything is hooked up correctly, apply power to the 

unit.  A BEEP should be heard when you press a key on the keypad.

THE MASTER CODE AND ACCESS CODES
Your unit may be programmed with 00 multiple (4 digit) ACCESS CODES .  The MASTE5 CODE is a 4 digit 

programmable code used for accessing  the program mode.  1ote  The model number of the unit is located on the 

inside face of the unit. 1ote The Master Code will not activate the relay

SETTING OR RESETTING THE MASTER CODE
To set or reset the master code back to the factory default of  2 5  should you ever loose or forget you master code.  

To do this follow these steps  (SEE PA*E  )O5 LOCATIO1 DIA*5AM)
 

(). Disconnect power from the unit by disconnecting power from circuit board.

 (2). 

5econnect power while holding down the P5O*5AM/5ESET button.

 

(3). A single keybeep will be heard from the unit indicating that the master has been reset

This procedure can also be used to release a Latch Open if you forget your 4 digit Latch Code.

GOODBEEPS AND ERRORBEEPS
A standard beep will be heard each time a key is pressed.  A “*OODBEEP” is represented by a series of  quick beeps 

in succession.  An “E55O5BEEP” is represented by a single long beep.

THE IDLE MODE
The idle mode is the normal mode of operation.  :hen in this mode the unit sits and waits for data from the keypad.  

If a key is pressed from the keypad, you will have approximately 3 seconds between  each keypress before the unit 

resets.

THE PROGRAM MODE
The program mode is the mode of operation in which you will enter/change your access code.  Upon entry, a 

*OODBEEP will heard.  A *OODBEEP will also be heard when you exit the program mode unless a keypress timeout 

occurs in which case you will receive an E55O5BEEP. The program mode is accessed by entering the “MASTE5 CODE” 

from the keypad.  If the master code is valid, you will receive a *OODBEEP from the unit.  In this mode you will have 

approximately 5 seconds between keypresses.  If this time is exceeded, you will receive an E55O5BEEP and the unit 

will exit the program mode and return to the idle mode.  To exit the program mode at any time, press #.

OP E R AT OR

White/White connect to

operator secondary power.

(12 to 24 volt)

Orange/B rown

connect to operator

open/close circuit.

(B lue not used)

OPE R ATOR  WIR ING DIAGR AM

 


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THE * AND # KEY

The  and # keys serve speciÀc functions while in the idle or program mode.  The  key is always the clear key.  You 

should use this key if you make an entry error.  The # key also serves as the clear key in the idle mode.  In the program 

mode however, it serves as the exit key and will at any time when depressed, exit you from the program mode.

PROGRAMMING

A person desiring a access to the program mode will enter the present MASTE5 CODE. If the master code is valid a 

*OODBEEP will be heard prompting the person to enter a number corresponding to the SUBMODE,

eg. (MASTER CODE) + (Number corrresponding to Sub-Mode). 

Once in the program mode the individual will have approximately 5 seconds between keypresses or the unit will 

sound an E55O5BEEP and exit the program mode.  1OTE  An access code log sheet is provided on page  which 

can be photocopied.  A good source for access codes is the phone book or the last 4 digits of social security num

bers.  1ote The Master Code will not activate the relay

SUB-MODES

“1”

Sub-Mode 1 (Enter New Access Codes)
To enter new access codes enter the MASTE5 CODE, followed by , then enter each new ACCESS CODE you wish to 

program into the unit.

(MASTER CODE)  +  1  +  (ACCESS CODE)  + (ACCESS CODE)  etc...  (# to exit)
Should you make an entry error, simply press the  key and reenter the correct data.  You may continue entering 

access codes until the memory is full or the # is pressed.  You may select any 4 digit access code that is not already in 

use by the system.  The unit will respond with a *OODBEEP with the acceptance of each new access code.  If you do 

not receive a *OODBEEP after the entry of an access code, you must select a new access code as it is already in use 

by the system.  :hen the memory becomes Àlled, you will receive a *OODBEEP indicating the acceptance of the 

last access code entered and then the unit will sound an E55O5BEEP and automatically exit you from the program 

mode.

NOTE: You will not be able to enter this mode if memory is full and will receive an ERRORBEEP.

“2”

Sub-Mode 2 (Delete Access Codes)
To delete any access code from memory enter the MASTE5 CODE, followed by 2, and then each access code to be 

deleted

(MASTER CODE)  +  2  +  (CODE TO BE DELETED) + (NEXT CODE TO BE DELETED) etc... (# to Exit)
Should you make an entry error, simply press the  key and reenter the correct data.  You may continue deleting 

access codes in a successive manner.  The unit will respond with a *OODBEEP with the successful deletion of each 

access code.  If you do not receive a *OODBEEP the access code entered could not be found in memory and the 

unit will wait for you to enter another code to be deleted.

“3”

Sub-Mode 3 (Change Master Code)
To change the master code enter the P5ESE1T MASTE5 CODE, followed by 3, and then the 1E: MASTE5 CODE.

(PRESENT MASTER CODE)  +  3  +  (NEW MASTER CODE)
Should you make an entry error, simply press the  key and reenter the correct data.  You may select any 4 digit 

code as your new master code that is not already in use by the system.  The unit will respond with a *OODBEEP upon 

acceptance of the new master code and automatically exit from the program mode.  If the unit does not respond 

with a *OODBEEP, you must select a different code as it is already in use by the system.

 


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“4”

Sub-Mode 4 (Set Relay Output Time from 1/2 to 9 seconds)
To set the relay output time in seconds enter the P5ESE1T MASTE5 CODE, followed by 4, and then the relay output 

time in seconds.  1OTE  “0”   /2 seconds.

(PRESENT MASTER CODE) + 4 + (RELAY OUTPUT TIME)  
Should you make an entry error,  simply press the  key and reenter the correct data.  You may enter any single digit 

value corresponding from /2 to 9 seconds of total length output time.  Please note that when you enter “0”, the 

output time is set to /2 seconds.

“5”

Sub-Mode 5 (Set Latch Code)
E;PLA1ATIO1  The Latch Code toggles the state of the main relay (A) of the circuit board. The latch code is useful in 

applications where the gate is desired to hold open.  If the operator’s close circuit is controlled by loops, timers, etc., 

they will be overridden by the latched state of the relay and the gate will hold open.  An “OPE1O9E55IDE” circuit 

must exist in the operator in order to utilize this function.  If your gate cycles when this code is entered, your operator 

is not set up to utilize this function.  Your local dealer or distributor should be able to assist you if you have any speciÀc 

questions.

To program or change your latch code enter the following;

(MASTER CODE)    +    5    +    (LATCH CODE)
Should you make a code entry error, simply press the * key and enter the correct code.  You may select any 4 digit 

latch code you wish.  If you receive an E55O5, you must select another code as it is already in use.  The unit will 

respond with a *OOD BEEP with the acceptance of the new Latch Code and you will be exited from the program 

mode. If  the unit is in Latch Open and you do not know the 4 digit Latch Code, follow the instructions for resetting 

the Master Code on page 5. This will release the Latch Code and return to normal operation.  1OTE On gates with a 

timer to close the “TIMED DU5ATIO1” starts when the latch code is released.

 “0”

Sub-mode 0 (Clear memory)    !!!! WARNING ALL ACCESS CODES WILL BE DELETED !!!!
To delete all access codes from memory enter the MASTE5 CODE, followed by 0, and the reenter the MASTE5 CODE.

(MASTER CODE)  +  0  +  (MASTER CODE)
Should you make an entry error,  simply press the * key and reenter the correct data.  If the second entry of the 

master code is correct there will be a short pause before a *OODBEEP is heard and then the unit will automatically 

be exited from the program mode.  If the second entry of the master code is incorrect,  the unit will still respond with a 

*OODBEEP indicating that it is exiting the program mode however, there will be no pause on the *OODBEEP and the 

memory will not be erased. 

NOTE:  It should not generally be necessary to erase all access codes from memory unless codes are forgotten and 

are occupying necessary memory space.  A good log and maintenance of access codes should prevent this from 

ever needing to be done.

 


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30 - 023 Board Layout

 

 

 

 

Processor  

Reset Button  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power 

Harness  

 

 

 

Relay  

 


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MASTER CODE ____________

 


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CUSTOMER SERVICE AND TECH SUPPORT

Customer Service: 303-799-9757

Customer service is available free of charge. Hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. MST. If you call, please have your Model 

and Serial Number to help our Technicians assist you.

E-Mail: customerservice@securitybrandsinc.com

Technical Support: 303-799-9757

Technical support is available free of charge. Hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. MST. If you call, please have your Model 

and Serial Number to help our Technicians assist you.

E-Mail: techsupport@securitybrandsinc.com

1675 West Yale Ave. 

Englewood, CO 80110  

phone: 303-799-9757 

fax: 303-799-9756 

sales@securitybrandsinc.com 

www.americanaccess.com

SECURITY 

BRANDS

 INC

 


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