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  • #607
     steven says:

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    2 buttons – one to trigger a leaving the house sequence (e.g. turn everything off except security lighting, turn down heating), one for arriving (e.g.turn on hallway lights, turn up heating)

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     andytvcams says:

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    Like the idea and i would defiantly buy one.
    At the moment im having to use the wife. <img src=” title=”Wink” />

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     AndreWilley says:

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    "andytvcams":fyuw5pbz wrote:

    At the moment im having to use the wife. <img src=” title=”Wink” />

    Would that be wife-fi operation? :)

    #2160
     andytvcams says:

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    "AndreWilley":2csen9cf wrote:
    "andytvcams":2csen9cf wrote:

    [quote]At the moment im having to use the wife. <img src=” title=”Wink” />

    Would that be wife-fi operation? :)

    #21645
     shaf says:

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    Hi All,

    I know that a LWRF key fob doesn’t exist (yet).

    But does anybody know if you can use a generic after market RF key fob with on/off, open/close, lock/unlock buttons to control LWRF devices, even just an inline relay?

    Has anybody done this?
    If so, which remote did you use and how did you link to LWRF?

    Thanks

    #21935
     shaf says:

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    Further to my last post….

    I have the Response Electronics MiGuard home alarm system and I noticed that it uses the 433MHz radio frequency.
    Therefore would it be possible to link and use the remote that comes with the system with LWRF devices?

    Response Wireless Remote Control Keyfob (RC80)

    Thanks

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