Turning off the alarm system – and the lights come on!

Following up on the previous post about pulling sensor data from sensors in a Verisure alarm system, here is a slightly more hardware focused post.

The Verisure – USB – ESP8266 sandwich

One use case that the new Verisure alarm system does not handle nicely is machine-to-machine notification when the alarm is disarmed (turned off). Such notifications are sent to the mobile app – so the data exists somewhere. The problem is that it’s all undocumented and thus hard to build something on top of.

Let’s hack a solution instead – be aware, some soldering required….

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