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Satel Alarm - Fibaro Integration



Hi Guys,

Im hoping someone can give me some insight into the alarm/fibaro integration.

Ok to set out my needs:

I am building a house and i have prewired the house for the alarm. I have wired in for 4 PIR sensors, 1 keypad and 1 external siren/strobe. To add to this i would like to have 4 reed switches on my external doors. So this would make a total of 8 zones?

I will be installing Fibaro throughout the house too for all the lights etc. automation.

My question is, if i use a Satel alarm system can someone provide a list of components i would require? Obviously the panel, 4 PIR sensors, but ill need 4 wireless reed switches. The panel will need to be 8 zones, does it need a wireless module for the reed switches? It needs to be 433MHz. I would also like to have a remote control to arm/disarm the alarm when i come home and leave.

I believe ill need a TCP/IP module in order to integrate the alarm with the HC2. Do i need anything else? Universal Binary sensors? Or does the Satel alarm already send the necessary information to the HC2?

I know this is a huge ask, and would appreciate any information i can get!

Thank you.


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