SecurityKeypads

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Supported Security Keypads

Iris 3405-L (V2) 20190312 081100.jpg

  • Features:
    • One button Arm Away (On), driver option "Verify pin on arm away" requires valid pin to arm.
    • One button Arm Home (Partial), driver option "Verify pin on arm home" requires valid pin to arm.
    • Panic
    • Motion Sensor
  • HE Driver:
    • Iris V2 Keypad
  • Operation:
    • Arm Away, On, or pin code + On
    • Arm Home, Partial, or pin code + Partial
    • Disarm, pin code + Off

Iris iL02_1 (V3) 20190312 081133.jpg

  • Features:
    • One button Arm Away (On)
    • One button Arm Home (Partial)
    • Panic
    • Motion Sensor
  • HE Driver:
    • Iris V3 Keypad
  • Operation:
    • Arm Away, On
    • Arm Home, Partial
    • Disarm, pin code + Off

CentraLite 3400-G 20190312 081016.jpg

  • Features:
    • 3 arming modes (left to right), Arm Home, Arm Away and Arm Night
    • Motion Sensor
  • HE Driver:
    • CentraLite Keypad
  • Operation:
    • Arm Home, pin code + Arm Home
    • Arm Away, pin code + Arm Away
    • Arm Night, pin code + Arm Night
    • Disarm, pin code

CentraLite 3400 20190312 081046.jpg

  • Features:
    • 3 arming modes (left to right), Arm Home, Arm Away and Arm Night
  • HE Driver:
    • CentraLite Keypad
  • Operation:
    • Arm Home, pin code + Arm Home
    • Arm Away, pin code + Arm Away
    • Arm Night, pin code + Arm Night
    • Disarm, pin code

General Notes

  • All pin codes are 4 numeric characters, no other lengths will be accepted by the driver.
  • Pin codes can be entered via driver details or via LCM
    • To enter via driver details using the "Set Code" command:
      • Enter an unused code position
      • Enter an unused pin code
      • Enter a common name for this pin code
      • Click "Set Code", the resulting code if accepted will be visible in Current States, lockCodes
    • To edit an existing code via driver details using the "Set Code" command
      • Enter the code position you wish to edit
      • Enter the existing or new pin
      • Enter the existing, or new name
      • Click "Set Code", any changes will be applied
  • If you have difficulty with discovering a keypad, perform a factory reset following the steps below
    • Remove all batteries
    • While holding the tamper switch down (tamper is under the wall bracket), insert one battery (Iris V2 and CentraLite), or four batteries (Iris V3), release tamper after two seconds.
    • Insert remaining batteries if any, then start discover devices.