My first attempt to integrate my new Iris Keypad failed. I loaded and published the DTH and the ULM app, and from all indications, the keypad was at least sending temperature status to the ST Hub. I make this assumption because the keypad device status looked similar to what other “things” display when I selected MyHome->Things->Keypad. Unfortunately, its other status indications, e.g. Motion, never varied. The Live log showed a few exchanges with the keypad but I never saw any indication that pressing keys on the keypad yielded any kind of communication to the hub/app. I have removed the device, and before I attempt to re-pair again, I have some basic questions: How is the keypad ‘supposed’ to work? It has Off, Panic, Partial, On, # and * buttons in addition to the numbers. What do the other button do? What SHOULD they do? A security keypad I’m familiar with uses 4-digit PINs to ID the person, and then subsequent numeral entries to direct the action to occur, e.g. arm or disarm being the two most common actions. What is supposed to happen when the PIN is entered on an Iris keypad since there is no obvious Arm or Disarm button? Is there an “enter” function, or is the PIN sent immediately upon entry of the 4th digit? How do you direct it to arm vs. disarm SHM? I seem to have been able to get some part of the keypad “trees” working – at least the device appeared in the Things list and was selectable in ULM configuration – but I need a big picture “forest” overview to understand how others are using this keypad. What are the main actions and responses that are available for this keypad using this DTH and ULM? [Note that I did not install SmartAlarm, which appears to offer some additional features, but I did not believe it was essential to getting an initial keypad capability established.] Since I write software for a living, I hope to be able to contribute to the community in the future. For now, I’m just trying to get familiar with ST and setup a basic capability so that designated visitors can arm/disarm our home when we are away.