ITI RF commander - Reuse RF door contacts?

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Old 12-04-19, 02:18 PM
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ITI RF commander - Reuse RF door contacts?

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My current house has an ITI RF commander system (per the instruction manual). The previous owner had this installed but not monitored. I would like to reuse the existing RF window contacts and tie them to a Samsung Smarthings hub if possible, but I cannot find any information on the RF specs etc of the system. The current brains for it is quite useless as it randomly beeps when a door is opened, even though the alarm is deactivated. Anyone know where I can find some actual information, if it can be reused etc?
 
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Most wireless door contacts are proprietary to the manufacturer, so i kinda doubt this is possible, but I've been wrong before.
 
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he ITI/Interlogix devices use 319.5 MHz frequency, but it's coded to their wireless receivers; so you would need to integrate a compatible intrusion alarm system with your Smartthings system to do you any good:

_Most_ of the Commander vintage devices are compatible with the newer model systems: https://www.interlogix.com/intrusion...window-sensors
 
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Yes..... vintage is correct. I was just working on one the other day.

as it randomly beeps when a door is opened, even though the alarm is deactivated.
That sounds like the chime is turned on. That can be turned off.
 
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If the full name of the control panel is "ITI RF Commander", then that's from the SX-V (SX-5) era, before the advent of Learn-Mode sensors. In which case, the sensors are not compatible with any contemporary system in the last 25 years.


See if this looks like what you've got:
http://static.interlogix.com/library...anual_1990.pdf
 
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