Frequently asked questions about key fobs and RFID stickers. Use the links below to navigate to the answers:
What is the difference between a key fob and an RFID sticker? How do I register a key fob/RFID sticker? Demo of key fob/RFID sticker swipe Can I add more key fobs/RFID stickers to my system? What’s the max number of key fobs/RFID stickers I can register? Do I need to register my key fob/RFID sticker at each door panel? How do I deactivate a key fob/RFID sticker? How do I remove a key fob/RFID sticker? How do I set a schedule for a key fob/RFID sticker? If a key fob or RFID sticker is used to arm/disarm, will it show up in the activity feed?
Key fobs and RFID stickers both emit a unique RFID frequency that can be used to arm and disarm your Scout system.
Key fobs are a portable device that can be attached to your keychain, whereas he RFID sticker is designed to be attached to an object and hidden in your home as a "spare key."
During installation, you’ll be prompted to register your key fobs and stickers. However, you can always register them at a later date.
To register a new key fob/sticker, please follow these steps:
Absolutely! To add a new key fob or RFID sticker to your Scout system, follow these steps:
You can register up to 50 key fobs or RFID stickers at one time.
Nope! You only need to register your key fob/RFID sticker one time. The key fob/RFID sticker will work with all door panels paired to your hub.
To temporarily deactivate a key fob or RFID sticker:
To permanently remove a key fob/RFID sticker:
To re-add the key fob/RFID sticker, click + add new key fob.
You can use the Scout mobile app to create custom schedules for individual key fobs or stickers. To set a schedule:
Yes. Any arm/disarm request will appear in the Scout activity feed. You can also see which key fob, sticker, or user armed/disarmed your Scout.