Single wireless key, two active panels?

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Old 09-02-15, 09:06 PM
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Single wireless key, two active panels?

I have a DSC 832 (with a wireless receiver) on the house and a separate 1832 on the garage (with a wireless receiver/keypad) and I want to control each panel separately but with one wireless key. Is this possible?

I'd like to be able to arm and disarm each independently even though both are in range of each other. If I enroll two buttons on each panel (away arm panel 1, disarm panel 1, away arm panel 2, disarm panel 2), should it work with only the one wireless key?

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Hmmmm
Never tried it with DSC, but I _think_ it will work...
 
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Interesting idea...

you will need to enroll in both panels the same and then change the button settings for the fob in each for the 2 buttons you want, turn opposite 2 off in each panel. Sounds good in theory.
 
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Well, I confirmed it works. I enrolled the wireless key in both systems and set the 3rd and 4th buttons as null in the first panel. On the second panel, I made those active and the 1st and 2nd null. Now I have an arm and disarm button for each panel.

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