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  Reply # 2192702 6-Mar-2019 22:53
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And if anyone can link me to the latest FW for the IP150, I would be grateful


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  Reply # 2192727 7-Mar-2019 06:03
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BearZA:

 

And if anyone can link me to the latest FW for the IP150, I would be grateful

 

 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1sJDh9gIpPbYHfunPLYrXjaOkZUzsrmcQ

 

try this link, this is hot off the Atlas Portal


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2192730 7-Mar-2019 06:26
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Are you sure "insite gold" still requires a subscription?

 

I paid for a year about 2 years ago and still haven't renewed and the thing still works! (but I have to keep booting the ip150 module as loose comms quite often (but email still works). 

 

 

 

I read somewhere recently Paradox dropped the subscriptions.... might be worth searching for that. 

 

 

 

Agree Insite Gold is a bit rank...but it has got a bit better... but still my issue has been the app stops talking to the panel....until you boot the ip150 (by boot I mean unplug the ethernet and plug it back in).

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 2192761 7-Mar-2019 08:43
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RickW: Yea if you could it would be awesome

 

I'd been meaning to to it for a while.....

 

https://www.geekzone.co.nz/davidcole/8999 

 

 





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  Reply # 2192805 7-Mar-2019 09:01
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I've been interested in Konnected

 

Just not sure I've got the skills to wire it up!


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  Reply # 2192807 7-Mar-2019 09:04
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natedog:

 

I've been interested in Konnected

 

Just not sure I've got the skills to wire it up!

 

 

Yeah so was I..and/or the piggy back module.  But doesn't help those that don't want the cost of replacement panels.





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  Reply # 2192808 7-Mar-2019 09:04
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Watching this thread, I asked for a quote from an alarm installer for a ip150 just yesterday. Keen to follow this discussion and hear of any viable alternatives.

 

I had a IP100 and a paradox in my last house, I had the GPIO connected to my automatic garage door opener, was a life saver when the kids forgot their keys and needed to get in the house.





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  Reply # 2192809 7-Mar-2019 09:08
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BuffyNZ:

 

Watching this thread, I asked for a quote from an alarm installer for a ip150 just yesterday. Keen to follow this discussion and hear of any viable alternatives.

 

I had a IP100 and a paradox in my last house, I had the GPIO connected to my automatic garage door opener, was a life saver when the kids forgot their keys and needed to get in the house.

 

 

if you have the capabilities/inclination, have a look at my Blog post for the python service...and there's the https://github.com/jpbarraca/pai service - these may already support the IP100 rather than 150.  Depends how much cross over there is





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  Reply # 2193306 8-Mar-2019 01:28
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Goosey:

 

Are you sure "insite gold" still requires a subscription?

 

I paid for a year about 2 years ago and still haven't renewed and the thing still works! (but I have to keep booting the ip150 module as loose comms quite often (but email still works). 

 

 

 

I read somewhere recently Paradox dropped the subscriptions.... might be worth searching for that. 

 

 

 

Agree Insite Gold is a bit rank...but it has got a bit better... but still my issue has been the app stops talking to the panel....until you boot the ip150 (by boot I mean unplug the ethernet and plug it back in).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Most definitely, I spoke to Paradox two days ago




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  Reply # 2193308 8-Mar-2019 01:30
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davidcole:

 

RickW: Yea if you could it would be awesome

 

I'd been meaning to to it for a while.....

 

https://www.geekzone.co.nz/davidcole/8999 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXTREME higher grade lol


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  Reply # 2193315 8-Mar-2019 06:31
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BearZA:

davidcole:


RickW: Yea if you could it would be awesome


I'd been meaning to to it for a while.....


https://www.geekzone.co.nz/davidcole/8999 


 



 


EXTREME higher grade lol



It’s been fun. But at the point where I can tell Siri to disarm the alarm. Which is pretty useful.




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