Interlogix 80-922-1

Legacy Interlogix 319.5MHz Wireless Repeater

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​The Interlogix 80-922-1 Legacy 319.5 MHz Wireless Repeater will extend the range of 319.5 MHz sensors. The wireless signal from a sensor will be forwarded to the repeater so that it can be sent out a second time and properly reach the panel. Buy the Interlogix 80-922-1 from Alarm Grid.
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Description

The Interlogix 80-922-1 is a wireless repeater designed for use with 319.5 MHz wireless sensors. This includes sensors from Interlogix/GE and Qolsys. This repeater will effectively double the wireless range of these compatible sensors by repeating their wireless signal out a second time.

When setting up wireless sensors, some users may encounter problems with signal range. Remember, signal range can be reduced due to the presence of walls and large metal obstacles. A wireless repeater can be used to effectively overcome this type of problem and help the signals be received by the system more reliably. This can be particularly important for larger properties and buildings.

Qolsys sensors offer a wireless range of up to 600 feet when used in open air. Meanwhile, Interlogix/GE sensors feature a typical range of 500 feet in open air. Using this repeater will effectively double these ranges to 1,200 feet and 1,000 feet respectively. Please note that while the encrypted Qolsys S-Line Sensors can be used with the repeater, they will lose any encryption functionality when used in this way. In other words, they will operate as though they are unencrypted.

The 80-922-1 comes with its own 12-volt DC transformer for power. Since this is DC power, you will need to observe polarity when wiring the transformer. But this transformer will not provide backup power in the event of an electrical outage. In order to get backup power, a user has two options. They can separately purchase a more powerful transformer, such as a Honeywell 1321, and a compatible backup battery, like an Ultratech 1240. Alternatively, they can use a 12-volt DC power supply, such as the AD12612, along with its own backup battery.

Note: The transformer that comes with the Interlogix Repeater may read "AC ADATPOR", even though the module uses DC power. Additionally, you may find that the connected wires aren't properly labeled as positive (+) and negative (-). If that is the case, rest assured that the transformer will still work with the repeater. However, if you find that the repeater does not power on upon properly connecting the transformer, then you should try swapping the wires. It is likely that you have the polarity mixed up. By switching the wires on the repeater power terminals, you should find that the module successfully powers on. An easy way to determine polarity is by knowing that the wire with the grey dashes is positive (+), and the wire without the grey dashes is negative (-). The dashes may be difficult to see, so you may need to look very closely. For more information on this issue, please see this FAQ.

Brand: InterlogixGE Security

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Reviews
Great 319.5 MHz Repeater!
Submitted on 04/26/2020 Alarm Grid

The Interlogix 80-922-1 is a wireless repeater for 319.5 MHz sensors. The repeater works with most wireless Interlogix Sensors and Qolsys Sensors, including the Qolsys S-Line Sensors. As Qolsys never released a true 319.5 MHz repeater, the Interlogix 80-922-1 became a popular option for original IQ Panel 2 users, and it is still widely used with the Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus. When used properly, this repeater can effectively double the maximum possible range for a system when communicating with 319.5 MHz sensors. We think that the Interlogix 80-922-1 works very well, and we give it a 5 Star rating.

There are many things we like about the Interlogix 80-922-1. For one, it can effectively double the range of 319.5 MHz sensors. The device works reliably in repeating signals, and it requires very little maintenance. The unit is very easy for a DIY user to set up on their own. And since it is a plug and play device, you do not need to program it to the panel. It will start repeating signals as soon as you install it. LED lights on the unit provide the current status, and they can be useful for troubleshooting.

But there are some downsides to the Interlogix 80-922-1 that should be considered. While it can repeat Qolsys S-Line Sensors, it will do so without the S-Line rolling code encryption. The repeated signal will just be a non-encrypted 319.5 MHz signal. Also, the included transformer for the unit is minimal at best. End users have expressed difficulty and confusion when wiring the transformer for proper polarity. Also, we have noticed a blatant misspelling on many of the transformers, as it says "AC Adatpor". But these flaws are relatively minor, and they do not stop us from giving the product 5 Stars.

Good: Doubles 319.5 MHz Sensor Range, Reliable, Easy to Install, Plug and Play, LED Lights

Bad: Repeats S-Line Sensors W/O Encryption, Transformer Issues

Bottom Line: 5 Stars

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Thanks, Please let me know how many do you have? to release payment asap
Hi Axel, It is currently in stock.
Please help me to confirm your stock for this item 80-922-1 I need yo release purchase asap
Hi Phil, thank you for that scan, and for getting back to us with this information. I'm glad it appears to be working.
I think its working.
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Phil, I've been unable to find any installation instructions for the product, which is where I'd check dipswitch settings. Interlogix stopped manufacturing residential security products at the end of 2019, and their website, though still up, is lacking this particular guide. In all the mentions I've been able to find online, I haven't seen any mention of dips, so if you were able to get this working with the dips off, please let us know.
Ok so it looks like I should set all the DIP switches on the Daughter Board to the off position putting it in "Dumb Mode"
Hi Phil, There is nothing you'd need to adjust or do to the panel or the sensors. It's a plug and play device and you just need t plug in the power and allow it to extend the range on it's own. I hope this answers your question The Interlogix 80-922-1 Legacy 319.5 MHz Wireless Repeater will extend the range of 319.5 MHz sensors. The wireless signal from a sensor will be forwarded to the repeater so that it can be sent out a second time and properly reach the panel. Qolsys sensors offer a wireless range of up to 600 feet when used in open air. Meanwhile, Interlogix/GE sensors feature a typical range of 500 feet in open air. Using this repeater will effectively double these ranges to 1,200 feet and 1,000 feet respectively. Please note that while the encrypted Qolsys S-Line Sensors can be used with the repeater, they will lose any encryption functionality when used in this way. In other words, they will operate as though they are unencrypted.
How do I connect the Interlogix 80-922-1 repeater if I have a IQ Panel 2+ system with Qolsys S-Line Sensors. I know that the sensors will lose their encryption but I havent been able to figure out how to make this work. Do the sensors have to linked to the repeater or the panel? Or does the Interlogix 80-922-1 just repeat signals that it picks up in dummy mode. If the Qolsys S-Line Sensors are already connected to my IQ Panel 2+ system do I need to forget them first. I'm just totally unsure where to start!
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