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Zipato Mini Keypad with zipatomini

Joao Abreu shared this question 5 years ago
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Hi all.


I'm considering to buy a Zipato mini, specially to control the access to my apartment while I'm away. In that way, I'm considering to buy also the Door/Windows Sensor and the Mini Keypad with RFID supporting a total 5 RFID Tags.


As far as I know, with Zipato mini you have by default a license to support up to 5 devices. In this scenario, is each RFID Tag considered a single device (so it would be 7 devices: 1 Sensor + 1 Keypad + 5 Tags) or will this setup consider only 2 devices?


Thanks in advance

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Hello Joao,


I think it will be much easier if you use Alarm zones and Alarm partitions to configure your "Alarm" since you can find there almost all option that you have mentioned.

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Hello Joao,


RFID Tags you mention will not be counted as devices on Zipamini. The setup you mention will be counted as two devices.

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Hi Antonio.


Thank you for your fast reply. I've a few more questions:


1 - is it possible to configure multiple actions like:

If Door Sensor opened then

Beep Keypad

wait 3 seconds

If Keypad not disarmed then sound an alarm


2 - Do this system keeps a log accessible by the mobile app where I can check the events registered by the devices?

3 - In your point of view, what is the number of devices I should consider buying a Zipato instead a Zipamini?

Thanks in advance,

JA

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1. The rfid reader is battery operated and is not listening for commands / requests from the controller (Zipamini). So you cannot make it beep like that.

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So I guess I should use a Siren to Beep and remembers my family that they must Disarm the system within 3 seconds?

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Hello Joao,


I think it will be much easier if you use Alarm zones and Alarm partitions to configure your "Alarm" since you can find there almost all option that you have mentioned.

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