Due to The Guard's flexibility, it may be quite cumbersome to configure it. This document shows an example configuration of keypad-protected doors.
The whole setup consists of a redstone-controlled doors , redstone I/O blocks and 2 keypads. After entering a valid PIN, a redstone signal from I/O block will cause the doors to open. After a few seconds the doors will close. An example setup:
Now you need to install the components that control the doors: open The Guard's interface and click the new components button. Double-click on a component, enter some data and save changes. Repeat this for every required component.
After components are installed, add a new source in the IO module. A source is simply a face of given redstone I/O block. That way single redstone I/O block can handle up to six sources. Find the IO module, switch to the sources view and click the add button. Window will appear. Choose the correct component UID and side. If you're not using bundled cables, mode switch should be set to simple.
Find the AUTH module and add at least one PIN by clicking the PINs button.
Now you can finally add a keypad. Click the add button below keypad list in the AUTH module. A window will appear in which you must specify a keypad UID and name. You will see two lists of actions. Action on the left will be executed when a correct PIN is entered, whereas action on the right - after a delay (in seconds). You need to double-click on the first enable action field, and choose the setOutput action. Choose the correct source ID (see the 3. step) and signal strength. After that repeat the same process for the disable actions, but reverse the output, so doors will close after specified delay.
Now everything's set, you can start using your keypad-protected doors.