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Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by Marc, Dec 1, 2004.

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  1. Marc

    Marc Guest

    What system do these pet immune motions work for?

    I ripped them out of a house with a Simon 2, or so I remember taking them from this house, but the manual says no no worka :)

    Danka


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  2. Mark Leuck

    Mark Leuck Guest

    Any current GE/ITI panel
    What system do these pet immune motions work for?

    I ripped them out of a house with a Simon 2, or so I remember taking them from this house, but the manual says no no worka :)

    Danka


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  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    That's definitely an (OLD ITI) part number. I was under the impression that
    the pet immune did not work with the Simon I, but worked with all other
    panels ITI made (Learn Mode). I also think that the out-door motion had some
    issues with the Simon I. I may be mistaken.






    Looks like a Radionics/ITI transmitter. Radionics used ITI stuff for their
    wireless a while back...that looks like a Radionics part number.

    If you need more info, I'll go rummage around in my pile of wireless
    Radionics & ITI stuff....lemme know

    What system do these pet immune motions work for?

    I ripped them out of a house with a Simon 2, or so I remember taking them
    from this house, but the manual says no no worka :)

    Danka


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  4. Mark Leuck

    Mark Leuck Guest

    All learn mode sensors work with the Simon although SAW sensors won't work
    with the Commander 2000, Caretaker + or UltraGard
     
  5. Guest

    Guest Guest

    True, but I believe the original "outdoor" motion for Simon had a issue
    talking to a caretaker+ or the other way around. But it was quickly changed
    to match the line. I had a "tech-note" on it from ITI somewhere.....I
    thought.

    So yes, generally, 99.9 % of the time, the LM sensors are compatible across
    the board. I also thought I remembered issues with Simon 1 and the original
    Carbon Monoxide detector (The one with the transmitter blatantly attached to
    the front)


     
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