The bumpbar and the recondition kit have new and unique features

Dianne McNeeley, IT Director of Apple American Group; an Applebee’s franchise said this of keypads “Affordable. Efficient. Easy to maintain and repair. Best bump bar value out there!”

U.S. Patent No. D625,731
Other patents pending

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  • Durable, injection-molded black nylon
  • Withstands high temperatures
  • Flexible to take constant usage
  • Metal, domeless membrane; no domes to fall out
       Tested to over 7 million pushes per switch.
  • Long switch tail; 4.5" tail for easier changes and repairs
  • Sound selectable PCB; allows user to turn off and on
  • User changeable PS/2 cable via our unique access door on back of the keypad
  • Uses paper insert overlays
  • Lightweight material, less expensive to ship
  • Up to a 300' PS/2 cable to some controllers
  • DOS and Windows(tm) compatible; no emulation codes sent from our keypad, just standard PS/2
  • Supports scancodes 1 and 2, with your controller able to choose. Defaults to SC2
  • We can custom-map keys for your specific application; contact us for key-reassignment options

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Bump bars can be higher failure items and expensive to replace. With our bump bars and repair kits, you can repair or replace keypads for a fraction of the cost of new OEM units. Our keypads offer features that may not be found on others. Up to 300’ cables to most controllers. Push button feel without metal domes. Rugged nylon design will absorb the shock of constant use. Easy cable access without complete keypad disassembly or pigtails that are too short. Users and customers alike use our keypads because of the easy installation and compatibility with current overlays, great feel of the button presses, and the money they save over others. The buttons are likely different than you have used before, no domes to break or fall out on the line, or magnets that are too small and sometimes hard to press. Dianne McNeeley, IT Director of Apple American Group, said this of our TDS Keypads,: “Affordable. Efficient. Easy to maintain and repair. Best bump bar value out there!” They use our keypads and repair kits to support over 270 Applebee’s restaurants. Our patented keypad design will also allow customers to repair keypads manufactured by others. Our repair kits are compatible with keypads manufactured by QSR Automations, Inc., model numbers KP-2200, KP-3000, KP-4000.
Three modes of operation selectable in our latest firmware
Mode 1: Each key press sends one character to the controller
    Press button 1; get the character 1 on the screen
      This is default mode
C:>1234567890abcdefghij_
Mode 3: Each key press sends two characters to the controller -- the key pressed character and a carriage return
    Press button 1; get the character 1 with a CR
C:>1234567890abcdefghij_
C:>1234567890abcdefghi
C:>_

C:>1
C:>2
C:>3
C:>4
C:>5
C:>_
Example
Example pressing keys 1 to 5
Mode 2: Same as Mode 1, with the last key (20) changed to a
      carriage return (enter)
C:>1234567890abcdefghi
C:>_
OEM web site KRS Corporation

Compatibility guide for the TDS-R
Recondition Kit
Model                         Manufacturer
TDS                            KRS Corporation, Llc.
KP-2200                   QSR Automations, Inc
KP-3000                 QSR Automations, Inc.
KP-4000                   QSR Automations, Inc.


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