Keypad 2 Add and manage fingerprints

For security reasons, a fingerprint is always connected to an entry code

With the Keypad 2 the choice is yours: You can open your door by typing in a 6-digit entry code or by putting your finger on it.


Fingerprints can be managed in the authorization details of the associated entry code

  1. In the first step, create an entry code or select an existing entry code under "Lock permissions" > "Keypad".
  2. Select "Add fingerprint" in the authorization details of the entry code.
  3. Follow the instructions of the Nuki app to scan and save your fingerprint.

Learn how to create a new entry code.

This information about fingerprints might be helpful for you

  • For security reasons a fingerprint is always associated with an entry code.
  • A fingerprint always has the same rights as the associated entry code. For example, if you have set a time limitation, this applies to the entry code and all associated fingerprints.
  • If you delete an entry code, the entry code and all the fingerprints linked to this entry code are irrevocably deleted.
  • You can add several fingerprints per entry code.
  • A maximum of 20 fingerprints can be created per Keypad 2.
  • Fingerprints can be created with the Keypad 2. Keypads of the first generation do not have a fingerprint sensor. Using entry codes you can open your door with any Keypad.
Entry Code
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