We have good news for you. We have started internal Alpha version of Tedee Keypad. It is first version working with production Tedee Smart Locks and allows user to manage PINs and unlock the lock with them. You can ask, what are you waiting for, this is all we need, start selling it. Please remember, it is not done and we still have a lot to do.
Meantime we want ask for your help. As an active forum users, we want to give you opportunity, to test our mobile app, by solving couple of test tasks related with the Keypad. If you want to participate, just click here. https://app.useberry.com/t/F0h54Drc/
Feedback is really important for us, so we want to give you a real chance to help us create a product that fit your needs.
1. We will add managing keycodes to portal in 2022 Q1
2. Could you give more details on how it would works?
I am closing this topic. Please ask questions related to Keypad to appropriate category. Thank you.
1. Will it be possible to administrate keycodes in the portal.tedee.com?
2. I want to be able to lock with the keypanel. make it happen :-)
Yes, we're working on that right now. I can't give you a release date, but you shouldn't have to wait more than a quarter.
I was wondering if you were planning on a cooperation with airbnb like other smart lock and keypad manufacturer do ?
Also, do you have a release date ?
FW update for/with PIN administration 1-2 weeks ago and now an update for/with the keypad integration. I hope we can order it soon :)
No we do not, but should be this year
Do you have a release date for the Keypad ?
as I said, I postet another comment with a link to a website, which has a very nice, long test on the tedee lock, describes the app and homekit integration and provides some pictures of the keypad, which the tester got from tedee. Hence, I am wondering, why this posts was not published!? It might interest users from here, who are looking forward to the keypad and it does advertise tedee.
Why? There are 7 answers from you in this thread. Scroll back to page "1" :) .
I am pretty sure that I posted a further comment on this topic with further information a few days ago. Why was this not published?
I do not know the Hubitat and I think we do not have running integration with them. Anyway creating such automation for system which allows to send HTTP request is simply and you can count on our help.
We want to implement a standard of no less than IP65. The keyboard is still in the early stages of development, so this is subject to change.
I was re-reading your comments above about the Keypad IP rating.
Could you please be more precise regarding the IP rating you are planning for the Keypad.
Is it going to be IP55 or IP45 ?
My experience with electric products installed outside is that the IP65 rating is much more desirable as it gives a better protection against dust and water projections.
The only workaround is to build an automation so when first lock will be unlocked then unlock the second one. It can be done using HomeKit/Homey.