Vera and MiOS Integration overview

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To integrate with Vera, start by clicking the integrations tab from the top of the Portal.

From the Integrations tab, select the Vera tile.


After the Vera integration has been initiated, you'll need to link your pre-existing Vera account to the Connect portal by clicking the "Connect Vera Account" button.


Clicking the "Connect Vera Account" button will pop up a box where you will need to enter your Vera Username and Vera Password to log in and sync the accounts. After adding the username and password, click "Connect" to start the import.


After clicking create, you'll receive an "Account Connected" message and see your username populated in the dashboard with a drop down.


Clicking the drop-down will reveal the controllers ready for import from your Vera account. The next step will be to add a location. Clicking the location field will drop down a list of your pre-configured locations. Select the appropriate location and click "IMPORT" to add the location to your controller. If you don't see a fitting location, you can add a new one by selecting "Add Location".


After a controller has been imported, you'll get a "Controller Imported" notification your device will show with its Serial Number, Name, and Location.


Clicking the drop-down next to your Controller's serial number (indicating Hide Devices or Show Devices) will display all the locks associated with this controller.


Next, you'll need to "ADD" any of the locks you would like to add to the portal. To do this, simply click "ADD LOCK" next to the lock of your choosing. After the lock has been imported, you'll see a "Lock Imported" message. You will have the option to delete an individual lock or the entire Vera account by clicking the trash can icon next to it.


After the lock has been imported, the integration is complete and you will see your Vera locks displayed with a blue/purple icon in the DEVICES tab. From the devices tab, you can favorite the lock by clicking the star icon (favoriting a lock will display it on your DASHBOARD or login screen in addition to the devices tab). From the devices tab you can also remotely lock and unlock the device by clicking the lock icon (red lock icon = locked and green = unlocked), you can see the lock's battery level by clicking the battery icon and connection status indicated by a red or green cloud icon. 


Clicking into a specific lock will provide you with even more details and functionality. After clicking into a lock you can add an Access User, add an Access Guest, See the lock's events, and edit the lock's settings.


Clicking the "Settings" tab will bring you to the devices Access Instructions to customize the message your users and guests receive after an email is initiated.


Advantages for using the Connect portal with MiOS:

1) Additional Functionality for Vera Customers provided by RemoteLock
2) Centralized Multi-property management - control all devices across all controllers in a single view (Vera site is siloed by Controller)
3) Centralized Access User Management
4) Mass User Management (assign to groups/locations)
5) Guest Code Functionality
6) Access Schedules (M-F, 9-5)
7) Full-featured notification management
8) Expanded hardware Interoperability - control any door & common door functionality
9) Account Member Roles & Permissions
10) Guest Access Automation
11) Listing Company integrations - automate your access control
12) Expanded SaaS Opportunities

Add-on Functionality:

1) Tenant module (complex pricing & permissions rules engine)
2) Rich Reporting (user/device/member logs)
3) Organizations Manager (Prologis)
4) Text To Guest
5) Software Integrations


Supported Lock Models from the Vera portal:

YRD110 BL1
YRD120 TL1

954 OBN
Smartcode 888
Smartcode 916
Smartcode 914
Smartcode 912
Smartcode 910


Please Note: Schlage Zwave locks - all codes, by default, must be 4 digits in length. You cannot use 5 - 8 digit pin codes unless you program that length into the keypad of the lock. If you do change the pin length, all codes on that lock must be that length.


From the Vera portal, the user will see the MiOS Base Functionality. The following functionality is available through the Vera portal.

Additional information for troubleshooting vera/mios is available through Vera Support:

Navigation: The main dashboard will show a list of controllers. To see any device or user, you will need to drill down into the controller. From here, you can not manage users across controllers/devices.

Clicking into a controller redirects you to the dashboard being served up by the local controller on site.


Controller Dashboard:
After Clicking into a controller, you are then sent into that controller's dashboard.

Overview of home energy use (if using the EchoLabs plugin)
System Status
Security (if using Security plugin/upgrade)
Modes (Home, Away, Night, Vacation - preconfigured scenes)
List of Devices/Configurable shortcuts


Lock List View:
Clicking Devices on the left menu brings up a list of locks connected to that controller.

Lock Status
Battery level


Device Management:
Once clicking into a lock, below is the lock management view:

Lock Functionality:
View locks & status connected to controller
View existing users
Add/Delete User
View History

Advanced Settings:
About 50 advanced settings are found here.

View Codes/Users:

History Logs:
A pretty crude list of log events is included. To get to the actual event & see who unlocked the door, you need to click into the log event.

Screen_Shot_2018-09-06_at_2.51.18_PM.pngAdd User:


Notifications can be set up for the following options:



Scenes allow you to create rules with If/Then statements. For example, If door unlocks, Then turn on light.


Additional information for troubleshooting vera/mios is available through Vera Support:


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