When Sean Mathews first started putting solder and code into the first prototypes back in 2007 one of the primary design goals of the AlarmDecoder was to make sure it would be easy to integrate with his own home automation system To further his goals we have consistently provided support to anyone wanting to add support for an existing system. If you don't see your favorite product here then talk to the developers of that product and let them know about the AlarmDecoder and encourage them to add support.
|Product Name||Driver License||Product URL||Solution Details|
|Control4||commercial||http://www.houselogix.com||Phone & Email|
|mControl v2 & v3||commercial||http://www.embeddedautomation.com||Page 24|
|Misterhouse||open source||http://misterhouse.sourceforge.net||Email Thread|
|Girder 5||open source||http://www.promixis.com||Forum Thread|
|Indigo||open source||http://www.perceptiveautomation.com||Forum Thread|
|Premise Home Control||open source||Info Page||Forum Thread|
|ISY-99||open source||Info Page||Forum Thread|
|openHAB||open source||http://www.openhab.org||openhab official|
|MACHomeAutomation XTension||commercial||http://machomeautomation.com/||MACHomeAutomation XTension|
|SmartThings||open source||http://www.smartthings.com/||alarmdecoder official, AD2USB/Mac|
|Home Assistant||open source||https://home-assistant.io/||Component|
|Write your own!||Developer Wiki|
- As with all open source projects they by their very nature are in constant need for more contributors. Please contact us at email@example.com if you are interested in supporting these or others and we will do our best to support your efforts.
- Don't see your project here?
Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us about your project.