Easy Access EasyCode Door Lock- ZigBee Module Compatible with SmartThings HUB


(Robert Haugen) #1

The ZigBee module for the Easy Access EasyCode Lock is compatible with generic ZigBee HA.
Is it possible to pair it with the SmartThings HUB ?


(Mark) #2

Link to the device you’re talking about? Can’t really tell from a quick google search.


#3

Where can you buy the zigbee module for the EasyAccess locks?


(Robert Haugen) #4

http://www.easyaccess.no/index.php/no/

It says ZigBee ready on the package. Have emailed the Norwegian support, they state that the unit should be compatible with generic ZigBee HD. You have to buy a ZigBee addon card.


#5

No, this device is not compatible with SmartThings. Here’s our official list:


#6

If it pairs to the SmartThings hub, you should be able to use a custom DTH but as stated above it is not officially supported.


#7

Do you know where you can get the zigbee add on card? I have not seen it anywhere


(Robert Haugen) #8

Regarding the ZigBee card, I am in a dialogue with the Norwegian distributor. Will let you know when I have som updates.
In the last email I received from them, they told me that they have a ZigBee card ready.


(Robert Haugen) #9

Is there a generic template for ZigBee locks?


#10

The default ZigBee lock DTH code by SmartThings can be found here. You would need to add the correct fingerprint of the device once it joins (you can find it in IDE).

You could also try my DTH which has a lot more features but I’m not sure which of those features would work/be enabled by the vendor. Again you’d need to add the fingerprint.


(Andreas) #11

Any word from the Norwegian distributor? I would be interested in helping write/rewrite a device handler to support this.

Regards


#12

If you are in Norway just send them a mail and they will ship it to you. Price is 799,- NOK for the zigbee module I think. You can find the contact information on fingeravtrykk.no


(Adam) #13

I’m in Norway and thinking of having it shipped. Did you have any luck with it @cscheiene?

Did you get the module?

Did you manage to integrate it into your ST hub?


#14

Yes, I got it and was able to pair it with Smartthings.

I have not tested it much but it works OK for lock/unlock

I don’t think it works for advanced features like setting codes etc. But have not tested this.


(Andreas) #15

Are you able to check lock status with the generic handler @cscheiene ?


#16

Yes, however I have noticed a couple of things.

If you disable autolock feature and use the button on the inside to lock the door, it won’t send the lock status. It will update if you unlock or lock it from the outside and if it automatically locks. I have not seem any battery reports yet.


(Andreas) #17

Cool. Any problems with disconnect and having to-repair with Smartthings?


#18

No, it has been stable for me


(Andreas) #19

Just found out its not even compatible with my lock (903 G2) not the V2 version… Oh well