As a DIY project, I'd like to use this keypad (Danapad by Danalock) to open my garage door. The keypad communicates via Bluetooth with a "universal module" that's designed to open gates, magnetic locks, etc. I've read the manual, but don't know enough about electronics to know how to make my idea work: With the correct PIN, I'd like the relay to simulate a button press on the spare remote control that came with my garage door opener. (The communication between the keypad and module is handled by the product -- nothing for me to do there.)
Here's a link to the specs on the universal module: https://www.andivi.com/danalock-universal-module-v3/
- The module has 2 relays (one normally open and one normally closed). How can I use one of these relays to simulate a press on the garage remote?
- The remote is battery-powered so it doesn't need power. I do need to power the module. I'm thinking I can just find a 12 V power supply for it and attach the module + remote to a circuit board. Am I oversimplifying or is there anything else I need to consider?
I've attached an example wiring diagram from the manual for a door strike.
one normally open and one normally closed... are you certain that is two relays? \$\endgroup\$