A keypad lock is a security measure that electronically locks doors unless the correct numeric combination is inputted.
Keypad locks are security devices used to electronically lock doors to keep unauthorized personnel from entering into an area. Typically, they cannot be bypassed unless the person using it inputs the correct code (which can range in digit spaces). The words "ACCESS GRANTED" or a flash of a green light on the keypad lock device will notify the user that the code they entered in was correct. Additionally, a denied access notification and red light will notify the user that the code entered in was incorrect. With thermal vision, it is possible to see the heat signature left on keypad locks after a person uses it.
List of keypad lock codes Edit
- Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell
- Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow
- Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory
- Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent
- The keypad locks in Splinter Cell and Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow are made by a company called 'Iris Communications.' This company also makes the elevator controls/buttons in these two titles as well.
- Keypad locks as a usable feature is removed in Splinter Cell: Conviction and Splinter Cell: Blacklist, similar locks exists in these games but the player can't access them.
- In the first game, the code is random, it can be 3-digits, 4 digits or 5 digits; in later games the code is always 4-digits.