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Acces control Heimdall and Homey


#21

hi @Frans_Keeman do you have a link to the K2000? I’m interested in one as well. Thanks!


#22

as i mentioned here above, i have a spare one :smile: 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


#23

Thanks for the link!


#24

Hi @DaneedeKruyff did you have the chance to test this out?


#25

Nope, still waiting for some parts from China.


#26

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


#27

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.


#28

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…


#29

Paint it pink? :sunglasses:


#30

Don’t forget about the cost for ac / DC transformer


#31

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/


#32

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


#33

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?!!


#34

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