Many ZWave Locks including my Yale Assure locks have the capability of having a NON ACCESS CODE. These codes when entered will tone the lock and will create a response and log entry that can then be acted upon but do not actually operate the lock mechanism (unlock the door). I don't see this capability in the Lock Code Manager. Anyone know of an app or a way to do this?
We utilize them in a hospitality/vacation rental environment to provide status on the property... Guest can enter a code into the lock to let us know they have checked out for example. Housekeepers can enter a code to let us know it is clean, etc... Those then flow back to our other systems and/or we receive notifications about them.
I have Yale Assure locks. And I can’t find this (non-access codes) in the manual. Can you provide me with a link describing how such codes are added to the lock?
To be honest, I haven’t come across non-access codes with any of the zwave or zigbee locks I’ve owned.
I mean with the Schlage at least when a code is entered that is not one of the unlock codes, it still generates a log entry with that invalid code. That easily could be used in that Casio (again at least with the Schlage) so write a rule that watches the logs for that specific code and acts on it.
Interesting. I don’t remember that happening, but I haven’t had Schlage locks in 3 years.
It shows up in debug at least. Now I need to look if it shows up without debug on... dammit. Thanx for making me question myself
Can confirm that the Kiwkset 620s don't log it as an event. There's an event for "tamper" but no code