Tele Entry System, surface, 600 #s, 1000 codes, 16VAC


The DoorKing 1803 is an ideal telephone entry system that is suited for applications that do not require a directory, or in applications where a separate directory exists. Visitors are easily identified by voice communication and can be granted or denied access directly from a touch-tone telephone.


Weight16.48 lbs
Dimensions8.75 × 18.125 × 19.25 in

Warranty2 year
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Customer Lead Time1W


Includes transformer
Hands free full duplex voice communication
Directory codes can be set from 1 to 4 digits in length and can be randomly assigned
16-digit dialing
Stainless steel faceplate
Galvanized steel sub-plate
Metal keypads and buttons
Postal lock provision
LCD display for programming assistance and shows ‘open’ when access is granted
Indicates door/gate has been opened
Provides visitor access control into apartment buildings, gated communities, condominiums, office buildings, factories and industrial sites
Visitors use the phone system to communicate with a resident who can grant or deny access via their own touchtone telephone
Provides service for up to 1000 residents
Uses a modular design concept that makes installation and service easy
DTMF tone output allows these systems to be used with PBX, KSU and telephone systems with auto-attendants
Two special inputs can be programmed for relay activation or to dial out a preprogrammed phone number
1000 4-digit entry codes
Six, 5-digit entry codes
Built-in time clock
Hold open time zones
Entry code time zones
“Flash” entry codes
Programming display
Stores up to 600 telephone numbers
EEPROM memory chip
Surface or post mount
Enclosures are rated NEMA 4x
Two relays allow for control of both a vehicular gate and a pedestrian gate
Three different types of connection options, DKS Cellular, VoIP over the Internet or POTS telephone line
System can be programmed from the front keypad
System can be programmed remotely using a touch-tone telephone






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