Hi - I really like what I have read and I will more than likely go ahead and purchase. However, my home is in the Apple ecosystem and everything is pointed at homekit. I realize I could use Homebridge as a work around, but is there any chance there will be an update to allow for use with Homekit in the near future?
Konnected.io is exactly what I need, as soon as it gets HomeKit support.
You can integrate Konnected with HomeKit via Home Assistant. While it's not a direct integration, it does work quite well. Home Assistant can run completely within your home network and sync Konnected devices to HomeKit. You then use HomeKit to expose your alarm system securely to the internet so you can access it and notifications from your iOS device.
To do this, set up Konnected with Home Assistant as described in our documentation. Then add the HomeKit component to your Home Assistant configuration.
Another vote for native/direct homekit support. My home has extensive HomeKit home automation AND an unused security system. I’ll be watching closely!
Another request for HomeKit which works reliably and is simple to setup and use. I would be willing to pay a higher price for HomeKit support.
Adding another hub adds too much complexity unless one is unhappy with HomeKit. I was hoping for a simple replacement of my DSC system with native HomeKit support.
A comparable HomeKit-compatible ‘system’ replacement, as an example, is the Rachio sprinkler controller. Simply remove the water control valve wires from one’s antiquated Hunter or Rainbird controller and connect the wires to the Rachio unit (sound familiar?). Then use the iOS app for easy setup and HomeKit connection.
I’m confident you would sell a LOT MORE units (at a considerably higher price) if your Konnected product was as easy to install as the Rachio product.
btw… I still like your product and am likely a potential customer given I’ve yet to find an acceptable HomeKit solution. Thanks.
Do you have a physical SmartThings hub? I struggled for over a month to get it to work thinking everything would be done on the cloud and after I bought physical hub it all worked the second I connected it.