A Radical New Keypad in Development

Stuart Thorn’s belief in design that challenges accepted standards is more than a belief—it’s what his company practices on a daily basis. First, Mr. Thorn developed the 735 keypad range, indispensable in all kinds of environments. One of the most important benefits to the keypad is that it can protect customers’ personal information, such as birth date, social security number and credit card information.

 

Secondly, the keypad provides vital information to management software, making it an especially good fit for health clubs. If you need to track customers attendance or usage, the keypads can integrate with external devices—RFID readers, , bar code readers  magnetic card readers, in fact most devices that communicate via RS232, Serial—that accommodate secure identification. Additional uses Mr. Thorn has verified include a cashless solution that helps organizations eliminate cash handling or credit card fees, syncs up with the keypad seamlessly. All in all, the 735 keypad has no comparison in terms of ease and flexibility.

 

But never one to rest on his laurels, Mr. Thorn is pushing their surface mount keypad breakthrough further to create an open keypad with a display that can be accessed over the worldwide web. With the support of a crowdfunding campaign on IndieGoGo, Mr. Thorn is currently deep in the developmental stage of a prototype keypad that offers radical user-friendliness for an array of tasks. Here are some of the most important features:

 

  • The POE is a single cable connection that enables communication to any network or internet.
  • Superior access control that communicates to host application back to user.
  • Machine minding that lets managers monitor activity in remote locations.
  • Delivers web-based services such as order processing and time management.

 

Unlike any other keypad, Mr. Thorn’s new prototype has an incredible array of features designed to streamline workflow and simplify management. Stay tuned for more updates as the release date of the POE Internet Keypad draws near.

 

For more information on the POE Internet Keypad, please visit poeinternetkeypad.com, or contact Mr. Thorn directly at info@electrone.com.

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