Click the button below and download the .zip file
You may have to give permission to your antivirus to download and run this software because it is new and therefore unrecognised.
Extract the .zip file and inside you'll find a .exe file (for Windows) or a .jar file (for Mac and Linux). Place this file on your desktop.
Linux users will have to right click the .jar file, go to properties > permissions and tick 'Allow executing file as program'. You'll also need to give it read and write access.
Plug in your keypad and double click the .exe file (for Windows) or .jar file (for Mac and Linux). If it opens a loading screen like the one below - great, skip to Step 5.
If nothing happens when you double click, don't worry - you just need to update or install Java, as detailed in Step 4.
Once you've installed Java, find the keypad automation editor (which you downloaded in Step 1) and double click it. The loading screen should now open up.
For Linux: The Java installation process is slightly longer, go here for full instructions.
Now the loading screen has opened up, you should see one option under USB devices called "Arduino Leonardo", "COM3", "COM9" or something like that. Select this and click "Connect". If all goes well, installation is now finished and you're now ready to start automating! Visit the Getting Started tutorial here.
If there are no USB options available, make sure your keypad is plugged in and press "Refresh".
If there is still no USB option, don't worry - you need to install an additional USB driver - it's really easy, go to Step 6.