DSC Security Keypad

DSC Security Keypad


This is a DSC keypad emulator that allows you to use your android phone as an additional local keypad (for example beside your bed at night, no wiring required). It allows your phone to be part of your home automation and home monitoring system.

This app works with an Envisalink 2DS or 3DS card connected to a DSC Power System Panel and LAN wired into your switch or router. It can be used with a wifi or ethernet capable phone or tablet connected to your router. Use of the EYEZ-ON service is highly recommended but is not required.

DO NOT expose your Envisalink IP connection or the HTTP page to an unprotected network; communication provided by the Envisalink card is not secure.

This DscKeypad app and more is included with the full DscServer also available on Google Play. The DscServer extends the Envisalink card to allow self monitoring and secure remote access, and extends the Envisalink TPI to support multiple DscKeypad clients. The DscServer can become part of your total home automation system, rivaling those like Rogers Smart Home Monitoring, Time Warner's IntelligentHome, and more. Have a look on Google Play or on my developer's website (below) for more details.

If you require external access (outside your firewall), use the EYEZ-ON service, or use the DscServer (with it's built in DscKeypad) or an SSH server bridge. Again, see my developer's website for details.

This is a truly free app with no advertising. If you wish to support it's continue development, consider purchase and use of the DscServer.

Recent changes:
1.3.6 - minor UI update
Previous:
- Visual and haptic button click feedback
- beep for arm/disarm warning
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4.5
User ratings
63
Installs
10,000+
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File size
793 kb
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About DSC Security Keypad
This is a DSC keypad emulator that allows you to use your android phone as an additional local keypad (for example beside your bed at night, no wiring required). It allows your phone to be part of your home automation and home monitoring system.

This app works with an Envisalink 2DS or 3DS card connected to a DSC Power System Panel and LAN wired into your switch or router. It can be used with a wifi or ethernet capable phone or tablet connected to your router. Use of the EYEZ-ON service is highly recommended but is not required.

DO NOT expose your Envisalink IP connection or the HTTP page to an unprotected network; communication provided by the Envisalink card is not secure.

This DscKeypad app and more is included with the full DscServer also available on Google Play. The DscServer extends the Envisalink card to allow self monitoring and secure remote access, and extends the Envisalink TPI to support multiple DscKeypad clients. The DscServer can become part of your total home automation system, rivaling those like Rogers Smart Home Monitoring, Time Warner's IntelligentHome, and more. Have a look on Google Play or on my developer's website (below) for more details.

If you require external access (outside your firewall), use the EYEZ-ON service, or use the DscServer (with it's built in DscKeypad) or an SSH server bridge. Again, see my developer's website for details.

This is a truly free app with no advertising. If you wish to support it's continue development, consider purchase and use of the DscServer.

Recent changes:
1.3.6 - minor UI update
Previous:
- Visual and haptic button click feedback
- beep for arm/disarm warning

User reviews of DSC Security Keypad
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A Google User
Nov 28, 2014
Wish it worked with EVL3 Hope the developer will make it compatible with Eyezon EVL3
A Google User
Nov 21, 2014
Nice
A Google User
Oct 13, 2014
Great job
A Google User
Sep 21, 2014
Allows full keypad control. Great It gives you total control just like the regular wired DSC control pads. Easy to connect a single phone and for multiple phones or tablets you use the DSC server. I use tablets mounted on the wall as keypads now and nothing beats the look and functionality of tablets as keypads. Great work Mike.
A Google User
Aug 24, 2014
Nice job!! Looking for enhancements :)