Hello my friends, I am looking for a numeric keyboard, that works in hubitat, to be able to arm and disarm HSM thanks friends!
These work. And the seller is very reliable - several of us have purchased Iris products from him.
Ring Keypads work too.
If you hook something like this up, does it transmit keys pressed individually? Or does it get programmed and only transmit on success?
I’ve been wanting to try using a keypad like this to replace the garage door opener pad, and for fun I want to make it use an OTP code instead of something fixed.
do they integrate themselves into hubitat, or do you need a driver?
They are not available in Spain, my friend.
Keep forgetting to check people’s location, sorry...
This device has a Hubitat built in driver
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@aaiyar gives solid advice. I have 3 of the iris keypads and they work great. Get 1 year life on 4 cheap AA batteries, and the driver is native to HE
I have one of the xfinity keypads. It works great (besides some issues with it beeping forever that are fixed by a different driver). They seem to be a bit easier to find since they are currently in use by xfinity.
I have 3 of these for various uses around the house. About a tenner. Hook the dry contact (NC) up to a 2 quid nodeMCU (or in my case, 3 keypads to a single nodemcu) and do whatever you like with it via webcore/rulemachine. And don't need to worry about difficulty sourcing replacements - there's about a billion of these on the market that work in the exact same way. This is quite an important requirement for me whenever I embark on one of my mental little projects.
Considered buying a zwave one initially, and couldn't justify the cost. Mine's been working for about 2 years through smartthings and now hubitat. Awesome.