What to do with old ADT panels in new house

Cupertino, October 13, 2020

So I just moved into a new house that has three ADT panels secured and seemingly hardwired to the wall. I’ve attached a picture. I don’t need them as I already have my own Alarm.com system that I brought from my old house (working great via Homebridge) and unfortunately they’re not compatible with that system.


Has anyone dealt with these before? First of all I can’t figure out how to remove them without damaging the wall - it practically feels like they’re cemented to the wall or something. Second, would anyone know what kind of wiring these things use? Once I figure out how to get them off the wall I’d like to maybe use the wiring to install some iPad mini home hubs like I’ve seen so many of you here do.

Thanks for any thoughts you guys might have!

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