I have an ancient Vista 10SE panel and just wanted to play with the Konnected Interface to see if I could get my 6 wired zones integrated into my HomeAssistant setup. Short answer is yes, I could, but had to abandon the idea.
The use case here was marginal to begin with - getting three door sensors and three motion detectors integrated into HA with no chance of monitoring alarms or arming/disarming - especially since I already had a SmartThings sensor on one of the doors. The panel just doesn't have the needed capability to do more.
First problem was latency. I have HA set up to access remotely through a Duckdns domain (this was a requirement for Lutron Caseta integration). When I got this running, I lost the capability of contacting my HA server locally at port 8123 (other threads out there talk abut this issue) , so the advice to use the api_host parameter just doesn't work to solve latency problems. You activate a sensor, and wait a long while to get notified in HA. Not good, but not a deal breaker, and not Konnected's fault.
The deal breaker is getting the wifi chip to hold a stable connection. It just doesn't. First I thought it was because I had the board inside the steel alarm box two floors from the router. I moved it out and thought that solved it, but after an hour or two, it was back offline. After trying many locations. I decided to test it right next to the router. Got it connected to wifi and , sure enough, after an short while,it began dropping off.
Could be I just got a bad wifi module, I guess.I could spend more time and effort replacing and playing with it, but I'm not going to at this point - easier just to buy cheap sensors I know will work. Also not going to ask for a refund or anything like that. I want to support Konnected and Nate. It's a great idea and I know the problems will be worked out going forward.
You've come a long way and are almost there. Keep going!