Wireless keypad CFT3000 S (Art. no. 10126)

  • For extended use and additional configuration of the HomeTec Pro central unit
  • Very easy to use: lock/unlock and open the door by entering a code
  • Enables access authorisations to be granted

Wireless keypad CFT3000 S (Art. no. 10126)


  • Backlit display with high-quality touch screen
  • Easy and wireless installation
  • Maximum security due to AES-128 bit encryption
  • Power supply by battery (4 x AA batteries included)


  • Colours: silver, white
Technical drawing
Art. no.: 10126
Article group: 20
No. of keys supplied: without key
Packaging: single carton
Weight: 309 g
color: silver
Wireless keypad CFT3000 S
Art. no. 10126

Packaging: single carton
Weight: 309 g
Wireless keypad CFT3000 W 
Art. no. 10125

Packaging: single carton
Weight: 307 g

We recommend that you do not dispense with the mechanical locking option from the outside so that it is still always possible to use a normal key here in an emergency (battery fault, failure, etc.).
The locking cylinder must therefore also have an emergency and hazard function. If you were to power an ABUS reinforced lock bar using HomeTec Pro, this use would not be approved by ABUS.

Yes, the beep tones can be adjusted or even switched off using the wireless keypad.

Yes, where the door can be locked in the usual fashion using a key, HomeTec Pro can be used.

It varies greatly depending on the conditions on site (interior and exterior walls, etc.), as is generally the case with wireless technology. Around ten metres is the maximum range possible.

The typical life of a new set of high-quality batteries is up to two years in the keypad and up to one year in the door lock power unit and the remote control.

Please note: The way it is used is of course also a factor – the more often it is used, the more often the batteries will need changing.

All four dead batteries must first be removed and replaced with new batteries (AA batteries). If the old batteries are changed one at a time, the notification is not reset.

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