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Satel Integra integration // Not fully configured


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Hi all,

 

I have a Fibaro HC2 (version 4.110) and a Satel Integra alarm system, which I selected specifically as it is compatible with Fibaro. I configured the Integra in the HC2 via the Alarm Panel and it works great, on all aspects. Even so, the HC2 has a more stable connection than the server of Satel, so sometimes when the Satel app is non-responsive I use the Fibaro app to arm/disarm the alarm.

 

Now my issue. Ever since I configured the alarm panel (and everything is working perfectly), I have a notification in the HC2 which won't go away.

 

Not fully configured alarm control panel

Attention, integration with the alarm control panel is not fully configured. The control panel does not have a alarm partition named Fibaro.
This notification will be discarded after full configuration.

 

What is a "alarm partition"? I don't have a device configured in the Satel Integra alarm system which I called "Fibaro", because you can only configure/name a device when it is physically connected.

 

How do I make this notification go away?

 

Thanks!

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@adamkorski Do you know what is the practical point in having a "Fibaro" partition? does it help with anything?

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