Popp Keypad.



Popp Keypad has been crafted to power connected lighting using Z-Wave. It is powered by Popp technology. 


Before purchasing make sure to contact your Z-Wave Gateway/Controller manufacturer to determine if this device is compatible, typically most Z-Wave gateways will be generically compatible to Switch type devices. The technical specifications of Keypad can be viewed at that link.



Familiarize yourself with your Keypad.

 


Front.

  • LED Status
  • Numpad (0 - 9)
  • Enter key
  • Escape Key
  • Bell Key
  • Antenna


Back.



Status LED.

  • When the device is in standby no LED is on.
  • Turning on management mode or activating the button for further button entry turns the blue LED on. Every recognized button push will turn off the blue background for a moment to confirm successful button press
  • Depending on Configuration Parameter 6 the buzzer will sound to confirm any button press.
  • The status LED indicates:
    • Success: green blinks for one second
    • Error: red blink for 3,5 seconds
    • Learn Mode: blue/green are blinking constantly
    • Next Menu: blue LED blinks for one second
    • Waiting for user code: blue LED blinks fast
    • Waiting for reset: blue LED blinks very fast
    • Management Mode: green blinking slowly
    • Inclusion/Exclusion: red/green LEDs are blinking constantly

 



Quick start.

 

Keypad can be used as a primary or secondary controller. This devices a plenty of complex use cases while this section will explain how Keypad can be used as both a stand alone Z-Wave Network or as a Secondary controller to another Z-Wave network.


Product Usage.


Keypad can operate in two different modes. The mode is chosen the way the device is included into a Z-Wave network:

  1. Stand Alone Mode. In this case Keypad acts as the primary network controller and will include other devices such as e.g. a strike lock control or a door bell. No other central controller is needed. The management of user codes is done using Keypad itself.
  2. Network Mode. Keypad is included as additional device into an exiting network. In Z-Wave terms it will then act as inclusion (secondary) controller. It will send commands to a central controller and is managed by this controller. In this mode the device can still directly control door locks but it can also be used to trigger scenes in a central controller. 


Primary Controller usage (Stand Alone Mode).

Keypad as a stand alone controller is to be used as a method to control your Z-Wave door locks and other Indicator devices (ie. light switches, Door bells, etc).


There are 2 control groups:

  • Door Locks. (Group 2)
  • Indicator devices (Group 3).


Keypad will automatically sort out your devices that you pair to Keypad between these 2 groups as you pair them. You are allow to pair up to 10 devices for each group.


Program Master Key Pin.

Make sure to do this first.

  1. Remove back cover of Keypad to set this device into Management Mode (MM)
  2. Tap key "8"
  3. Immediately tap "*" key
  4. Enter key "2" then "0".
  5. Immediately tap "*" key
  6. Enter PIN (4 to 10 digits)
  7. Immediately tap "*" key to finish programming.




Quick Start - Simple Door Lock control.

  1. -Open the back cover to activate Management Mode (Image 1 + 2).
    -Or enter Management Mode using steps * in the image to the left. (Key * -> Enter Master PIN -> Key *).
  2. Tap key "1", then "*", now set your Door Lock into pair mode (include/pair Z-Wave devices - Image 3 + 4 + 5)
  3. Ensure the correct operation happened via LED Status (Image 6)
  4. Enter test user code:
    Tap key "*", then test user pin code "0 0 0 0" (Image 7 + 8)
  5. Confirm entry by tapping "*" key (Image 9)
  6. Confirm if included door lock opens or closes.























Quick Start - Indicator device test and use.

  1. -Open the back cover to activate Management Mode (Image 1 + 2).
    -Or enter Management Mode using steps * in the image to the left. (Key * -> Enter Master PIN -> Key *).
  2. Tap key "1", then "*", now set your Indicator device into pair mode (include/pair Z-Wave devices - Image 3 + 4 + 5)
  3. Ensure the correct operation happened via LED Status (Image 6)
  4. Tap "Bell" key (Image 7)
  5. Confirm if switches or bells react (Image 8)


















Include/Pair Z-Wave devices.

Devices must be paired to Keypad or be in the same network as Keypad to allow Keypad to control them. This must be done first before you program your controls.

  1. Set Keypad into Management mode (remove the back cover of this unit) / (green blinking slowly)
  2. Tap button "1"
  3. Immediately confirm by tapping key "*" (red/green LEDs are blinking constantly)
  4. Follow the instruction manual of the Z-Wave Device you are pairing to Keypad for the button press required to pair it. (Most Z-Wave Devices use a single button press, but it could be a double tap, or press and hold for a second or 2).


Test Door Lock.

This will allow you to test the control over Door Locks to open or close them.

  1. Remove back plate from Keypad to initiate Management Mode.
  2. Tap "*" Key
  3. Tap "0" key 4x times
  4. Tap "*" key


Exclude/Unpair Z-Wave devices.

  1. Set Keypad into Management mode (remove the back cover of this unit) / (green blinking slowly)
  2. Tap button "2"
  3. Immediately confirm by tapping key "*" (red/green LEDs are blinking constantly)
  4. Follow the instruction manual of the Z-Wave Device you are pairing to Keypad for the button press required to unpair it. (Most Z-Wave Devices use a single button press, but it could be a double tap, or press and hold for a second or 2).


Shift of Primary Controller role to another Z-Wave Controller.

This function is used to shift the primary role from Keypad to another Z-Wave Controller.

  1. Pair a Z-Wave controller or gateway as a secondary to Keypad (follow steps from "Include Z-Wave devices.)
  2. Set Keypad into Management mode (remove the back cover of this unit)
  3. Tap button "3"
  4. Immediately confirm by tapping key "*"
  5. Set your secondary controller paired to Keypad to "Learn" mode (follow the instruction manual of your Z-Wave controller on how to do so).




Secondary Controller usage (Network mode).


Attention: If you use Keypad as device with Popp-Hub or any other Z-Way based controller you need to install the app ‘Keypad‘ for

  • managing user codes
  • accessing the usage history (key codes entered, failed attempts)


Go to this link if you have a Popp Gateway to help you get started: https://aeotec.freshdesk.com/solution/articles/6000219135-keypad-with-popphub


Pair Keypad as a secondary controller to existing gateway:


1. Place your gateway or controller into Z-Wave pair or inclusion mode. (Please refer to your controller/gateway manual on how to do this)

2. Set Keypad into Management mode by removing the back-cover (all LEDs will light up to indicate this mode)

3. Tap button 4

4. Immediately after, tap button "*" (blue/green are blinking constantly)

5. Your gateway should confirm if Keypad is successfully included into your network.


Program Master Key Pin.

Make sure to do this first.

  1. Remove back cover of Keypad to set this device into Management Mode (MM)
  2. Tap key "8"
  3. Immediately tap "*" key
  4. Enter key "2" then "0".
  5. Immediately tap "*" key
  6. Enter PIN
  7. Immediately tap "*" key to finish programming.


How to send NIF-Node Information Frame.

Sending a NIF is useful for updating information to a Gateway to either unpair/pair Keypad as a secondary controller or update device information to your gateway.

  • Double tap the "Bell" key.


Removing Keypad from an existing gateway:

This method can be used to factory reset Keypad using any primary Z-Wave gateway. (The Z-Wave gateway does not have to be paired to Keypad to do so).


1. Place your gateway or controller into Z-Wave unpair or exclusion mode. (Please refer to your controller/gateway manual on how to do this)

2. Set Keypad into Management mode by removing the back-cover (all LEDs will light up to indicate this mode)

3. Tap button 4

4. Immediately after, tap button "*" (blue/green are blinking constantly)

5. Your gateway should confirm if Keypad is successfully excluded from your network.




Advanced functions.


Factory Reset your Keypad.


This device also allows to be reset without any involvement of a Z-Wave controller. This procedure should only be used when the primary controller is inoperable. 

  • Tap key "5" once
  • Immediately, press and hold "*" key for 10 seconds. (Last 5 seconds will flash the blue LED).

 

Wakeup Keypad.

In order to program configurations or settings, you must wake up Keypad to take in commands from a controller. 


To do so:

  • Tap the RING button on Keypad once.


Program PIN user code.

You can add multiple user codes to allow other users to login to Keypad using their specific key code.


Note - #20 user number is the master user. To set the master Key Code, enter 20 under step 4.


  1. Remove back cover of Keypad to set this device into Management Mode (MM)
  2. Tap key "8"
  3. Immediately tap "*" key
  4. Enter user # (value range of 1 - 20)
  5. Immediately tap "*" key
  6. Enter PIN (4 to 10 digits)
  7. Immediately tap "*" key to finish programming.


Remove PIN user code.

If you already understand what PIN numbers are available or if you want to remove a PIN user code from Keypads, follow these steps:

  1. Remove back cover of Keypad to set this device into Management Mode (MM)
  2. Tap key "8"
  3. Immediately tap "*" key
  4. Enter PIN (4 to 10 digits)
  5. Immediately tap "*" key to finish removing a PIN user code.


Association Groups.

Group Association is a specific function in Z-Wave that allows you to tell Keypad who it can speak to. Some devices may only have 1 group association meant for the gateway, or multiple group associations that can be used for specific events. This type of function isn't used too often, but when it is available, you may be able to use it to directly communicate to Z-Wave devices instead of controlling a scene within a gateway which can have unforeseen delays.


Some gateways have the ability to set Group Associations to devices that have these special events and functions. Typically this is used to allow your gateway to update the status of Keypad instantly.


By default, your primary gateway should have been associated to Keypad automatically during the pairing of your Switch. For any case you have a Secondary Z-Wave Controller, you'll need to associate it to your Keypad in order for your secondary controller to update its status.


Group NumberMaximum NodesDescription
110Lifeline
210Door Lock Control
310Ring Button Control


Keypad as a secondary controller will forward all commands through Group 1 (Lifeline).

  • Access Control (0x06): "Manual code exceeds limits (0x13)"; Sent, when pin code entered is more then 10
  • Access Control (0x06): "Invalid User Code (0x14)";Sent, when entered pin code doesn’t exist
  • Access Control (0x06): "Keypad Unlock (0x06)"; Sent, when entered pin code is correct and door is opened. This command also encapsulates the USER_CODE_REPORT with the pin entered
  • Access Control (0x06): "All User Codes Deleted (0x0c)";Sent, when all pin codes are removed by command from controller
  • Access Control (0x06): "Single User Code deleted (0x0d)";Sent, when new pin code is removed by command from controller, or manually on Keypad
  • Access Control (0x06): "New User Code added (0x0e)"; Sent, when new pin code is added by command from controller, or manually on Keypad
  • Access Control (0x06): "New User Code not added (0x0f)"; Sent, when after attempt to add new pin code, using keypad
  • Burglar Alarm (0x07):  "Tamper Removed"; When Keypad is unmounted and enclosure is opened


Configuration Parameters.

These values can only be configured if Keypad is a secondary controller.


Parameter 1: Door Lock Automatic Secure Timeout

After this time a CLOSE command is sent to the controlled door lock. On default no CLOSE command is sent assuming that the strike lock has its own timeout set 
Size: 1 Byte, Default Value: 3

SettingDescription
0 - 127Seconds


Parameter 2: Ring Button Press Basic Command OFF Timeout

After this time the Door Bell will receive an OF command regardless of the actuall button is pressed or not 
Size: 1 Byte, Default Value: 3

SettingDescription
3 - 127Seconds


Parameter 3: Ring Button ON Command

This value is sent into Association Group 3 when the door bell button is pressed. 
Size: 1 Byte, Default Value: 255

SettingDescription
0 - 99Basic Set Command Value
255Basic Set Command Value


Parameter 4: Ring Button OFF Command

This value is sent into Association Group 3 when the door bell button is released or the timeout has reached. 
Size: 1 Byte, Default Value: 0

SettingDescription
0 - 99Basic Set Command Value
255Basic Set Command Value


Parameter 5: Central Scene ID for User Codes

This parameter defines if different user codes shall cause individual or similar scene ID sent to the main controller. 
Size: 1 Byte, Default Value: 1

SettingDescription
0Constant Scene ID 20 for all User Codes
1Individual User Codes 1 ... 20


Parameter 6: Buzzer Confirmation
Size: 1 Byte, Default Value: 1

SettingDescription
0Disabled
1Enabled


Other Solutions


Technical specifications of Keypad

Keypad with PoppHub

External Power Supply for Keypad user guide

German user guide