Well brand new Panasonic CR123 batteries in both and still can’t get them into pairing mode. I think I am just going to give up soon. I guess something with the firmware update or something screwed them up.
I am hardwired!
The power supply features an AC Input (Hot/Neutral), ground, and DC output (±). By default it outputs 3.3V but it has a small rotary for voltage adjustments, I tuned mine down to 3.2V (same as my battery).
The power supply is slightly larger than I anticipated. (Comparison with AA battery)
It was somewhat tedious getting it to fit inside, I wired the white wire to the neutral line (wire nut), and daisy chained the black wire to the hot wire on the switch. The ground cable went to the unused ground wire in the back. My light switch wasn’t connected to the ground since my box was metal. I also covered the screw terminals on the light switch with electric tape as a precautionary.
If you have a Z-Wave/Zigbee switch, this power supply will likely not fit as those are larger.
I also took this bracket out, they were two (top/bottom) took the bottom one out for more space.
Here are some more pics:
I taped the battery terminals as I didn’t want to solder.
Seems to work perfectly so far! App reports 100% battery.
[Release] SHM Delay Version 2.0
Kind of hesitate to order one from Amazon after hearing the battery drain issue I don’t expect it will come with new firmware installed but I need a keypad couple with a siren to make a more complete setup for my smartthings home
I just got mine from Amazon yesterday. I’ll try to keep an update here of how it works. I’ll also post the firmware version as soon as I link it to my hub.
Likely a hit and miss…the one I bought last year from my local Lowe’s works perfectly but the one I ordered online (from lowes.com) last month has a battery drain issue (so I plugged it in).
Thanks i will hold my impulse buy for now as i am not located in USA not easy to return if there is any problem
Lowes seems to have discontinued them for now, at least. (Still selling the security bundle with them though).
Perhaps an indication they’re coming out with something better / newer?
The only way right now to be sure to get a keypad that doesn’t have this issue is to get one that someone has updated via an Iris hub v2.
Just wonder if there is any good news about the iris keypad
So far so good. It’s been about a week and it works as it should. I was even able to get entry delay beeps using Core. No battery drain yet but I know people said it can happen at anytime
IDE is reporting firmware as 10025310 which I believe is the old one. Guess I’ll just have to keep my fingers crossed.
Thanks for the info though I purchased the action tiles I may still get one
I have action tiles too but it’s a lot harder to add a secure way for arming and disarming using that.
Yes indeed although seems action tiles is adding a pin feature, I may just try my luck with Amazon then
Mine has the same firmware and the battery dropped to 60% in the first day or 2, but has held there for the last 2 months. I’ll wait and see if it drains too much I guess I’ll have to find someone with a Iris hub and update the firmware.
Has anyone tried the Xfinity TCH/UEI keypad? Looks like it has variable volume capabilities.
The TCH/UEI keypad is made by a different manufacturer, so it probably won’t work with this DTH, but there’s a possibility it could work if someone were to write a DTH for it.
The Centralite keypads (both the Iris and Xfinity ones) have variable volume control as well. It’s controlled by holding the 2 key for volume up, and holding the 5 key for volume down. (See: https://support.irisbylowes.com/link/portal/30143/30206/Article/629/How-do-I-turn-the-volume-up-and-down-on-my-Next-Gen-Iris-Keypad )
Ok, so I need some info.
Can the Iris keypad be used to trigger a specific device? Or a routine? Specifically with no interaction with SHM.
I have 2 magnetic door locks on my sliding patio doors. They are controlled on/off with a Zwave outlet (dc adapter plugged into it).
I’d like to place an Iris keypad outside each door in a weatherproof outlet box so the door can be unlocked with a code from outside.
Iris keypad disarm -> Zwave outlet off
Iris keypad arm -> Zwave outlet on
Will this work?
Yup! You can trigger a routine without an issue. Just make sure the box isn’t constructed out of metal or else the signal won’t go through.
Finally my iris keypad arrived working fine just having the same old firmware though as @Rob_Lisska, battery is 100% now not sure how it will hold up
I had a weird issue with mine on the old firmware about a week ago, one night it started reporting 0% battery, but the low battery indicator (I assumed that’s what the top left light is for) on the keypad wasn’t on, I went to bed and the next morning it was reporting 60% again. Glad I waited I guess.