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jnimmo

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#196424 30-May-2016 16:27
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Amazon.com: Eyez-On Envisalink EVL-4 IP Security Interface Module:

 

 

 

 

     

  • EnvisaLink 4 will allow you to receive text and email messages as well as control your Honeywell Vista and DSC security systems through the internet.
  • The EnvisaLink 4 also provides access through a virtual keypad using an iPhone, Android or Blackberry.
  • EnvisaLink 4 automatically seeks an IP address, no router programming required.
  • It allows you to view the status of and even control your alarm panel through a standard web-browser or smart-phone. VOIP Friendly.
  • Panel Compatibility Honeywell Vista Panels (Vista20P, 21iP, 15P, 10P, 128, and 250.) DSC PowerSeries (1555, 1555 MX, 1575, 5010 (832), 5020 (864), 1616, 1832, 1864)

I'm about to purchase one for myself (cheapest way to buy one unit through eBay works out about $175 NZD).
Amazon has a 2 pack for $175 US + shipping, so if someone else is interested in getting one I should be able to get it to you for about $155 NZD.

 

I'll be using to connect a DSC alarm with openHAB, but there are bindings for many other automation systems too.

 

If you are interested would need a $30 deposit with the balance payable when it is ready to courier to you/on pickup

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  #1562434 30-May-2016 16:27
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.





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  #1562685 30-May-2016 22:15
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Yep I'm keen, I've just got to check what DSC alarm it is, the control panel is the PK5500 and I think a power series PC1616

 

 

 
 
 
 


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  #1563219 31-May-2016 18:10
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Cool sounds good, I'm getting a PC1616 too (thought it had the PK5500 but only one of the icon keypads) - flick me a PM when you're ready

 

 


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  #1626248 9-Sep-2016 08:31
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How are you getting on with it Dave? Finally got alarm setup on the weekend and connected up the Envisalink with Home-Assistant last night - which I think is what I'll use unless find something that only openHab will do!

 

Set it up to turn on the Hue Lightstrip in the kitchen if motion is detected in there via the alarm system, dual purpose

 

 

 

 


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  #1626342 9-Sep-2016 09:39
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jnimmo:

 

How are you getting on with it Dave? Finally got alarm setup on the weekend and connected up the Envisalink with Home-Assistant last night - which I think is what I'll use unless find something that only openHab will do!

 

Set it up to turn on the Hue Lightstrip in the kitchen if motion is detected in there via the alarm system, dual purpose

 

 

 

 

 

 

I actually found out I have the older PC5O15 Power 832 board (alarm was upgraded 6 years ago when we moved in) I was surprised when the stand offs just clipped into place in the alarm box, hardest part of the install was running network cable to the alarm box.

 

The OpenHab DSC GitHub has been written really well and easy to set up (if you have played with Openhab before).

 

I’m just using it to monitor the state of the alarm at the moment (also using the eyezon web page)

 

I like the strip lighting idea, I need to sort out some switches.

 

Thanks again for organising the Envisalink.


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