NEW - LiftMaster KPW250 Wireless Keypad

NEW - LiftMaster KPW250 Wireless Keypad
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NEW Design - KPW250
• Electronics are fully sealed and meet NEMA 4X water protection requirements
• Programs to all LiftMaster Gate and Commercial Door Operators
• Enables flexible setup for multiple users with 250 permanent PINs and 10 unique temporary PINs – Allows for removal of a single PIN while maintaining full access for other users
• Compatible with Security+ 2.0, Security+® and Linear Multi-Code* 300 MHz
• Withstands harsh environments with a zinc-alloy metal front cover
• 9V Lithium Battery with Battery Life Up to Five Years (Based on 25 activations per Day)

Installation Instructions

  • Model: KPW250
  • Shipping Weight: 3lbs
  • 2 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: LiftMaster


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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 10 September, 2015.


We are a wholesale access control product sales company and recommend you have a professional electrician or gate operator installation company install your products. In regards to our telephone entry products you should have an experienced Security or Telephone Company install your products. Our products are technical products and require experience trades people to properly install your equipment so you may have your warranty for the products you purchase from us. You can look up installation companies on our vendors websites or online in your local area. These are not DIY do-it- yourself systems. You need someone to properly install your system.

Call us toll free at 866-790-3667 to get recommendations on your specific application. We can help you properly size and select the equipment our manufacturers make to their specification so you have a good installation based on your specific requirements.


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