First a warning: you cannot reuse a Zipato keypad that has been included before in a different gateway/system, unless you excluded it before.
So if your usb key ever crashes or gets lost, you cannot reuse the keypad and you will have to buy a new device.
This is done on purpose to prevent your device from being included in a different system and hacking your home security this way.
After you include the keypad, you can start learning your tags.
- Press the home button and wait for 2 seconds until the red light stays on
- Touch the keypad with your new rfid tag
- Now in the logs the code of this rfid tag will be visible, eg:
2016-04-24 12:03:55.421 Info, Node019, ApplicationCommandHandler – Unhandled Command Class 0x63
2016-04-24 12:03:55.438 Detail, Node019, Received: 0x01, 0x07, 0x00, 0x03, 0x00, 0x13, 0x02, 0x83, 0x07, 0x61
- The code of your keytag is marked in bold above. You need to remove the comma’s between it, eg: 0x01 0x07 0x00 0x03 0x00 0x13 0x02 0x83 0x07 0x61
- Now add this code under services/zwave/select your keypad, edit icon / properties and enter the code above inside the field called “Code 1:”
- Press OK
- Wake up the keypad by pressing the home button, but doing nothing else.
- Wait 3 minutes and wake up the keypad again by pressing the home button. By now he should have learned this new code.
Now you can use this in your blocky scenes.
Eg: in the code below, my tagreader is zwave-19.
In your case this will be a different number.
In my case TAG_1 is my first tag, code 1, allowing me to turn off the alarm: