I too have ADT and my code is Rolling unless i use the keypad inhouse to activate or deactivate the alarm. I don't suggest that you use your homelink for your RL. You can probably use it to turn the inside lights of the house with the homelink.FJTRPH said:Got the home link working for both garage door openers, no problems. However would like to set the home security system as well, anyone been able to do this with an ADT system?
Some things you should start seeing soon in your car will be bio-metric scanners and voice print authentication. I have seen a working un-lock button on a vehicle that used a combo key proximity and thumb print scan to open the door. Pretty cool technology. Still a ways out for mass production but the HIGH end vehicles will probably be using it in the next few years.schwejo said:This is something that has always bothered me even with a standalone garage door remote. Two of our cars have Homelink now, but I only programed the one that always gets put in the garage at night. The ridgeline will unfortunately need to be parked outside. If I program the homelink it just means someone can get into the garage and work on getting into the home at their leisure. Especially if we are away for any length of time. Id prefer that the Homelink be tied to the proximity sensor in the key. I can also see a some downside to that for some folks, but I would sure like it. I could also see that some might consider it a safety risk if it increases the chance of starting the car in a closed garage. I wonder if I could atleast tie it to the accessory position of the ignition. That would make it a little more difficult to operate without a key atleast. Of course that assumes that device doesnt need continuous battery backup. I have replaced the battery in our Odyssey and dont recall reporgramming the Homelink, but I guess that still doesnt mean that it would survive long periods of no battery. Anyone have experiance with this- perhaps even know if the homelink uses some sort of non-volitile memory? As it stands now I have a standard remote in the shoulder bag I carry to work. That way it doesnt stay in the car. I guess I could also buy the remote keypad accessory for the opener itself. That wouldnt be to bad. Could just leave it in the king sized center console. Wasnt all that long ago, well maybe it was, that we actually had to get out to open the door!