Gate keypads provide a convenient and secure method of access control for gates. With a keypad, visitors can enter a unique code to gain access to the property, eliminating the need for keys or remotes. Wired keypads are typically connected directly to the gate opener or control board, while wireless keypads communicate with the gate opener through radio frequencies. Keypads come in a variety of materials, including plastic and metal, and can have different levels of memory to store a varying number of codes. Some keypads may also have features such as backlit keys or a built-in intercom system for added convenience and security.