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Arm/disarm widget with PIN


storskogen
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Hello

Im looking for at faster way to arm/disarm my system from a widget.

I know it´s possible with a scene-widget but then there is no requirement of a PIN (or fingerprint) which seems bad if a phone is dropped outside the house for some reason.

Because of that I also don´t want to use GPS, which by the way doesn´t seem to work that great and what happens if the phone goes to batterysave-mode and turns off GPS? Also a battery drainer...

 

I have lockcode on my phone but my wife is not keen on that (you need to have instant access to Instagram and Pinterest! ?) Lockcode one app itself makes it a hassle to control the home.

 

Anyone has a smart solution to that? Right now there is at least 4 clicks (open app, open alarmpanel, click on icon, slide arm/disarm) and that is if you are at the home screen of the app, otherwise there is 5 clicks, not WF (wife friendly).

A possibility to make a scene ask for a PIN would be great.

Also a widget that shows the icon of a device (or a VD widget) that could show the status of the device (on=locked padlock icon / unlocked = unlocked padlock-icon), push notes is one way but will require one to actually controll the alarm to check status.

 

There is a few things to implement in the Fibaro Apps to make it user friendly, now it´s something between geek-friendly and user-friendly, not anywhere near wife-friendly :P

 

 

Burglary alarm (Caddx AC948) integrated with one Universal sensor and one Smart Implant, if I can get this wife friendly I might switch the AC948 to a Moxa PLC integration to connect all my sensors to the HC2.

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