@ogiewon I've been thinking about converting one of the fobs I never use for my iSmartAlarm, so that it's always powered and controlled by momentary relays. The fob has four buttons, arm-away, arm-home, panic and disarm.
Unfortuantley iSmart Alarm has just really lagged over the years in development. They have IFTTT and an Alexa Skill. No Google Assistant. They don't look long for this world, so I'm trying to be very budget minded.
What's the base cost, and is it a steep learning curve for getting something like that going in HubDuino? Another thought is just four Trådfri outlets, four DC power bricks and four DC relays. Pulse them via HE.
What do you think? I'm so on the fence about putting anything into that system. I may just stick with the IFTTT integration until they die, but wanted to explore the cost of local control, even though that system is 100% cloud dependent to configure anything.
Sorry if I've asked you this already. Was looking for an old post to make sure I hadn't, but couldn't find one.