hi @Frans_Keeman do you have a link to the K2000? I’m interested in one as well. Thanks!
as i mentioned here above, i have a spare one its a working AD2000_M practacally the same as the K2000
if you don’t want my spare one here’s the link https://www.amazon.de/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?__mk_nl_NL=ÅMÅŽÕÑ&url=search-alias%3Doffice-products&field-keywords=k2000+keypad&rh=n%3A192416031%2Ck%3Ak2000+keypad
Thanks for the link!
Nope, still waiting for some parts from China.
Ok, was curious. I just got the power supply and K2000. Waiting for fibaro binary sensor now to see if I can make it work in a practical way
Thanks to DaneedeKruyff to give me the tip. I bought a hole set at ‘betaalbaredomotica.nl’ and it works perfect for me. Was quite a struggle to get it working and also to configure the correct flows but very ok now.
That keypad is cheap as chips… Sadly lacking WAF as it’s ugly as sin.
Ideally would like one that’s pretty and works with homey…
Paint it pink?
Don’t forget about the cost for ac / DC transformer
Ah yeah. And the fibraro or similar module…
The Popp one is probably the closest but tbh that’s still pretty ugly!
I’m wondering if something like a square or izettle reader could be modified to serve this purpose
Or something like this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/KKmoon-13-56MHz-Proximity-Smart-Reader/dp/B016DGGMH4/
At AliExpress there are loads of beautiful types…even with fingerprint scanner. If you use the fibaro sensor with it you can use those alsof.as long it goed on and off
Problem then is that there is in essence only one user - I like to have different scenes for different users (e.g. cat sitter doesnt get the heating turned on)
Seems like there are a bunch of keypads referenced here for use with SmartThings
Anyone clever enough to convert that handler for Homey use?!!
jeroenvollenbrock [13 hours ago]
I personally don’t have any first-hand experience with them, but i think the BeNext Z-Wave Plus tag reader works rather well
Can anyone post some ideas (or a how to) on how to make/construct a keypad from e.g. Ali and combine it with some kind of sensor (Fibaro binary?) so it works with homey? For instance the idea @DaneedeKruyff had?
Unfortunately I haven’t been able yet to build everything together, I did find out the mentioned keypad can not be directly connected to the Fibaro module as the keypad outputs the input voltage on the contacts so the 2 parts need to be isolated from each other.
In the mean time I ordered a optocoupler board for that purpose but I am not yet able to build it.
(if you’re not able to solder you can use this optocoupler board)
Thanks for your reply.
The problem is not so much the soldering part, but more the grocery list (what to buy) and how to assemble to make it work…
Looking at how the concept should work (just to see if I got it right / understand it ):
the keypad gives an electrical signal when the entered code is right and that electric signal triggers the fibaro binary switch. With the binary switch signal you can trigger a flow (e.g. turn off/on alarm) in Homey. This is how the concept works?
Yes, that’s correct.
This is the keypad: https://nl.aliexpress.com/item/RFID-standalone-access-control-card-reader-with-digital-keypad-10-TK4100-keys-for-home-apartment-factory/32794204117.html?spm=a2g0s.9042318.104.22.168d4c4dw5CQc4
This is the optocoupler: https://nl.aliexpress.com/item/4-kanaals-12-V-24-V-naar-5-V-Input-Hoge-en-Lage-Niveau-Conversie-Optocoupler/32884616105.html?spm=a2g0s.9042322.214.171.124f04c4dDAstPY
This is the Fibaro Binary module to use: https://www.robbshop.nl/fibaro-z-wave-universele-binare-sensor
I’ll see if I can make a schematic drawing.
And maybe when you are done some pictures?
This is a rough schematic drawing:
Think the Bell output acts as a momentary switch, the Lock outputs the input voltage so an optocoupler has to be used there.