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If you have a security system, then you will want to make sure that it can detect intruders coming into your home. But predicting how an intruder will enter your home can be easier said than done. You need to be prepared for all situations. Here are the Top 5 ways intruders enter homes.

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Through the Front Door

It really shouldn't come as much of a surprise that many intruders simply walk right through a home's main point of entry - the front door. We've all forgotten to leave a door locked at some point. Many intruders will simply try the front door to see if it's unlocked. This is often associated with burglaries that aren't pre-meditated. Keep in mind that many burglars don't plan ahead of time. Instead, they just see a house that looks attractive, and walk in through the front door.

Arguably the most important sensors you should have enrolled with any security system are door contacts, and for good reason. These are the devices that will alert your system in case someone ever enters your home through the most obvious way. Door sensors are extremely easy to enroll, and there are so many different options available. You will have no trouble finding a door sensor that meets your needs and requirements.

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Breaking a Window

Not every intruder will enter your home in a "polite" manner. There are many burglars who won't hesitate to use brute force and smash in a glass window. And this can be more difficult to stop, as a locked window won't really stop an intruder from smashing. This isn't as common as walking in through an open door, but it certainly does happen, and you really should be prepared.

There are two sensor types that come to mind for detecting broken windows. The most obvious is a glass break sensor. These devices will actively listen for the sound of glass being broken, and they work great with nearly all types of windows. You might also consider installing motion sensors in rooms with windows. Then an intruder will be detected as soon as they enter through the window. It is always a good idea to back up a glass break sensors with a good motion sensor. There are instances where a glass break sensor cannot detect glass breaking. An example of this is when a bullet is fired through glass.

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Through the Garage Door

Forgetting to close your garage door on an attached garage can provide easy access to your home. It can be easy to have that daily task slip your mind. There are many times when we get home tired after a long day, and just forget to close the garage door. Or maybe you forgot to close it as you were leaving for work. It happens to all of us. But a potential burglar walking by will see this as an opportunity!

Just like the other points of entry for your home, garage doors can be monitored. There are special garage door sensors available for this exact purpose. You might also consider getting a Z-Wave garage door controller for the system. This way, you can use Total Connect 2.0 or Alarm.com to close your garage door from pretty much anywhere. This is great if you ever forget to close it!

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Climbing a Tree or Fence

Okay, you might think this is a bit silly, but we're serious here. If you have a multi-story house, don't think that an intruder will hesitate to use your home's surrounding to gain entry to a higher floor. This could include climbing a tree or a large fence and then entering through an unlocked window. Like we said, it's best to be prepared for any and all situations.

There are a few things you might do to combat this. The most obvious is to always make sure all your windows are locked, even the ones that cannot be easily accessed. But you might also want one or more outdoor motion sensors to detect any movement that may occur around your home. Outdoor security cameras are also a great idea!

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Skylights

If your home has skylight windows, don't rule them out as a point of entry for an intruder! These high up windows look great in a home, but they can be easy pickings for a burglar who can reach these points. This isn't something every homeowner will need to worry about, but do keep this possibility in mind if your house has this decorative feature.

Many of the previously mentioned devices are good for monitoring skylights. You can put motion sensors in a room with skylights for the system to detect if anyone comes in from high above. Glass skylights are also perfect for use with glass break detectors. And installing some security cameras in the room never hurts!

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Alarm Grid is here to help you provide top-quality protection for your home. We have all the gear you need to make sure that your system can detect intruders from any point of entry. If you need help choosing equipment, or if you want to learn more about our monitoring services, please reach out to us. The best way to contact us is to email support@alarmgrid.com. You may also call us at (888) 818-7728. Remember that our support hours are from 9am to 8pm ET M-F. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you set up the perfect security system!

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Hi DIYers! Just last week, we announced some of the new system kits that we are now offering on our site. Well today, we have even more kits to announce. We have new system kits featuring the DSC PowerSeries NEO, the 2GIG GC3e, and the 345 MHz and 433 MHz Versions of the IQ Panel 2 Plus.

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DSC PowerSeries NEO Kits

The DSC PowerSeries NEO is a hardwired alarm system with some powerful features. It is generally best used in commercial settings, as it isn't going to be as DIY-friendly as a wireless alarm system. But if you need a hardwired system, then a DSC PowerSeries NEO might be the way to go. We are offering kits around the 16-zone, 32-zone, 64-zone, and 128-zone DSC PowerSeries NEO Systems. You can choose between AT&T LTE and Verizon LTE for all of the kits.


DSC HS2016NK 3-1 AT&T LTE Kit

  • 16-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2016NK 3-1 Verizon LTE Kit

  • 16-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2016NK 10-1 AT&T LTE Kit
  • 16-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2016NK 10-1 Verizon LTE Kit
  • 16-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2032NK 3-1 AT&T LTE Kit
  • 32-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2032NK 3-1 Verizon LTE Kit
  • 32-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2032NK 10-1 AT&T LTE Kit
  • 32-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2032NK 10-1 Verizon LTE Kit
  • 32-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2064NK 3-1 AT&T LTE Kit
  • 64-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2064NK 3-1 Verizon LTE Kit
  • 64-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2064NK 10-1 AT&T LTE Kit
  • 64-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2064NK 10-1 Verizon LTE Kit
  • 64-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2128NK 3-1 AT&T LTE Kit
  • 128-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2128NK 3-1 Verizon LTE Kit
  • 128-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Three (3) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2128NK 10-1 AT&T LTE Kit
  • 128-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


DSC HS2128NK 10-1 Verizon LTE Kit
  • 128-Zone DSC PowerSeries NEO
  • DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad
  • DSC TL880LTVZ N Verizon LTE & IP Communicator
  • Ten (10) DSC PG9303 PowerG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus Kits

Last week, we announced several "encrypted" Qolsys Kits that were based around the IQ Panel 2 Plus and PowerG Sensors. Today, we have some non-encrypted kits for the 345 MHz and 433 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus models. Unlike the kits introduced last week, these kits use uni-directional "non-encrypted" sensors. We actually already had similar kits available for the 319.5 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus, but now the 345 MHz and 433 MHz versions are joining the fray!

An added bonus about these kits - we actually do include an encrypted PowerG Motion Sensor. It's only the door/window contacts that aren't encrypted. These kits are good if you don't necessarily care about encryption, and you want to save money versus buying the fully encrypted kits.


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 345 MHz AT&T LTE 3-1 System Kit

  • 345 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ AT&T LTE
  • Three (3) VERSA-2GIG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 345 MHz Verizon LTE 3-1 System Kit
  • 345 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ Verizon LTE
  • Three (3) VERSA-2GIG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 345 MHz AT&T LTE 10-1 System Kit
  • 345 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ AT&T LTE
  • Ten (10) VERSA-2GIG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 345 MHz Verizon LTE 10-1 System Kit
  • 345 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ Verizon LTE
  • Ten (10) VERSA-2GIG Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 433 MHz AT&T LTE 3-1 System Kit
  • 433 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ AT&T LTE
  • Three (3) VERSA-DSC Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 433 MHz Verizon LTE 3-1 System Kit

  • 433 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ Verizon LTE
  • Three (3) VERSA-DSC Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 433 MHz AT&T LTE 10-1 System Kit
  • 433 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ AT&T LTE
  • Ten (10) VERSA-DSC Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus 433 MHz Verizon LTE 10-1 System Kit

  • 433 MHz IQ Panel 2 Plus System w/ Verizon LTE
  • Ten (10) VERSA-DSC Door/Window Contacts
  • One (1) DSC PG9914 PowerG Motion Sensor


2GIG GC3e AT&T LTE Kits

Last up, we have some new 2GIG GC3e Kits. As we announced yesterday, the 2GIG GC3e AT&T LTE Communicator is finally here, and that means mores GC3e Kits! These are just like the Verizon Kits we announced last week, only with a different communicator.


2GIG GC3e AT&T LTE 3-1 Kit
  • 2GIG GC3e System
  • 2GIG LTEA-A-GC3 AT&T LTE Communicator
  • Three (3) 2GIG DW10e Door/Window Sensors
  • One (1) 2GIG PIR1e Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


2GIG GC3e AT&T LTE 10-1 Kit

  • 2GIG GC3e System
  • 2GIG LTEA-A-GC3 AT&T LTE Communicator
  • Three (3) 2GIG DW10e Door/Window Sensors
  • One (1) 2GIG PIR1e Motion Sensor
  • Honeywell LT-Cable


Reach Out To Us!

If you have any questions about these kits, or if you need help deciding on the best one, please reach out to us. The best way to contact us is at support@alarmgrid.com. Or if you prefer to call, you can reach us at (888) 818-7728 during our usual business hours of 9am to 8pm EST M-F. We look forward to hearing from you!

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If you're taking the leap into the exciting world of home security, one of the first decisions you will make is whether to hire a professional installer or to install the system yourself. While most new users still hire a professional, installing your own system is often the better option.

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Many people mistakenly believe that a home security system is difficult to install and that it has to be done by a professional. But the industry has actually made great strides in recent years, and now alarm systems can be installed by almost anyone. DIY monitoring companies like Alarm Grid have helped to make this possible. We've shown the security industry why the DIY model is the right model for alarm systems. Now you too can install your own home or business security system! Simply obtain the equipment you need, either from our website or from somewhere else, and sign-up for one of our alarm monitoring plans to get started.

The key to setting up your own home security system without hiring a professional is to make the installation as easy as possible. Choose a wireless control panel and wireless sensors that don't require holes to be drilled. Most wireless panels can be rested on a desk or table with a compatible desk mount, and the sensors can be mounted using double-sided foam tape that often comes included. From there, you just need to program the sensors, which is super easy when you own your own system and know the proper access codes. Before you know it, you will be a true DIYer!

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Here are ten reasons why you should install alarm system instead of hiring a professional:

1. Understand Your System Better

When a professional installer sets up your own home or business security system, they usually aren't there to play teacher. They will often show you the bare minimum so that you can perform basic functions on the system. By setting up your own system, you can understand its features and capabilities better. This way, you can configure the system exactly to your liking to suit your lifestyle!

2. Choose Your Own Equipment

If you hire a professional, you might have little say over what equipment will be used in the installation. To have full control over what equipment is used, your best bet is to install the system yourself. If you need help choosing your equipment, Alarm Grid offers free support online and over the phone in planning home and business security systems. And with a DIY monitoring company like Alarm Grid, it doesn't matter where you find the equipment. If you can find it cheaper outside our website, go for it!

3. It's More Satisfying

We've discussed the IKEA Effect in the past and how customers who install their own equipment are more satisfied with the end result than if they had someone else do it for them. When you put in the time and effort to set up your own alarm system, it becomes much more valuable and personal to you than if you just throw money at someone to get the job done. Users who complete their own installation grow to love their alarm systems and the protection they provide for their families.

4. Save Money

This one is obvious. Installers charge hundreds or even thousands of dollars for most alarm system installations. Just check out the hourly rates for most outside installers. It's staggering! The truth is that you can install your own equipment just as well as a professional, all without having to spend a cent. So roll up those sleeves, get an Alarm Grid Tech on the phone, and save some money by installing your own system!

5. Feel Empowered

Installing your own alarm system is empowering. It offers a feeling of accomplishment in knowing that you did it yourself. You don't have to rely on others to install the system for you. Instead, you are self-sufficient and in control. Of course, if you ever do need some assistance, our technicians can walk you through the process online or over the phone. But you're the one in control of the project. You have the power!

6. Learn Something New

Many people enjoy learning new processes and tasks. Why not learn how to install and program a security system? It can actually be a fun and amusing challenge to take on for yourself, and it's knowledge that might come in handy later. After you've installed your own alarm system, you can add it to the list of things you know how to do. And it might make for interesting conversation to teach others about the system as well.



7. Make Your Own System Changes

Almost all alarm system users will need to make changes and adjustments to the settings at some point or another. For users who hire a professional, they often don't know the system's Installer Code, and they have to have an installer come out to their home or business to make the changes. But if you install your own system, you'll know the Installer Code so you can go right in and make your own changes in a matter of minutes. How cool is that?

8. Easily Move Your System

Are you planning to move to a new home? Do you need to take your business security system to a new office? If you set up your own system, this process is a breeze. Simply dismount your equipment, and set it up in your new location. You will need to contact your monitoring company and let them know about the address change, but the transition is seamless overall. Remember to test your sensors after moving them to your new home or business!

9. Complete Ownership

It's a common tactic for other security companies to offer a free installation and a free security system when signing-up for their monitoring services. The problem with this is that most of these companies offer proprietary equipment that will only work with their services. So while you might own the system, it's no good if you want to take it somewhere else. When you choose and set up your own equipment, it is usually non-proprietary, and you can take it to a different monitoring company if you want to.

10. Future Installations

Once you have installed your own alarm system, you can repeat the process and steps for any future installations you might complete. Perhaps you're setting up a security system for your office, or maybe you need one for a summer home. What you've learned from your first installation can easily apply to a second one. Take what you've learned, and put it into action!

Whether you're installing your own system for a home or business, Alarm Grid is here to help you every step of the way. We offer support online and over the phone so that you can get your system exactly the way you want it. To get started, sign-up for one of our monitoring plans with the orange button above.

If you have any questions, you can always email us at support@alarmgrid.com, you can call us during our normal business hours of 9am to 8pm EST M-F. We look forward to working with you and helping you complete your own security system installation!

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Have you ever bought and set up your own furniture from IKEA? If you have, you probably felt pretty proud of your creation once it was ready to use. There's something to be said about building something yourself versus having a professional do it. And this is true for alarm systems as well.

Honeywell lyricpk10 lte enc encrypted at and t lte alarm system Researchers have often dubbed this phenomenon "The IKEA Effect". The basic concept is that a consumer will place a higher value on something they assembled themselves. The time investment and labor they put into their creation provides feelings of satisfaction, competence and accomplishment that just can't be obtained through a monetary purchase alone. By rolling up your sleeves, getting your hands a little dirty and working with something hands-on, you will psychologically gain a greater appreciation for your new purchase.

Of course, it's easy to apply this ideology to our own business model. Alarm Grid has always considered itself to be a true pioneer for the DIY security industry. One of our biggest goals is to try and help our customers understand their security systems. This way, they can make their own adjustments and changes, without having to rely on someone else to do it for them. Doing this offers feelings of empowerment, and it helps a person to truly understand how their system works and the type of monitoring service they are paying for every month.

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It's also important to understand that setting up your own security system in its entirety does not have to be a difficult process. It really depends on the type of system that is being used. Wireless systems are not challenging to install, and the programming options are actually very intuitive with just a little bit of assistance. Alarm Grid is happy to provide this support online or over the phone. You don't need to pay for an expensive installer to come out to your house when you can do just as good of a job on your own. Afterwards, you'll surely love your new alarm system you put in, and you will feel very proud that you actually did-it-yourself.

And if you want to make the job even easier, most new wireless panels support desk and table stands that eliminate the need for mounting. If you mount your wireless sensors with double-sided foam tape - it works great - you can set up a complete home security system using almost no tools. You might need a screwdriver to connect some wires and install some batteries, but that is it. Some great systems for this type of setup include the Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus and the Honeywell Lyric Controller.

Qolsys iq panel 2 classic kit verizon wireless security system wAlarm Grid is proud to be a true DIY security company for DIY users. We know that customers feel happier and are more empowered when they install their systems. If you haven't already joined the Alarm Grid family, now is a great time to get started. Just click the orange "Alarm Monitoring" button at the top of this page to see more information about our monitoring plans.

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After much anticipation, partition support for Total Connect 2.0 will soon be available for compatible VISTA Systems! With this update, users will gain full access to each live system partition. This includes controlling, checking the status and receiving updates for individual partitions.

The TC2 partition update applies to the following panels:

  • VISTA-20P
  • VISTA-20PSIA
  • VISTA-21IP
  • VISTA-21IPSIA
  • VISTA-128BPT
  • VISTA-128BPTSIA
  • VISTA-250BPT
  • VISTA-128FBPT
  • VISTA-250FBPT
  • VISTA-32FBPT

By using TC2, users can control up to eight different partitions on their alarm system. However, if their VISTA System supports fewer partitions, the user will only be able to control the number of partitions that are supported by their respective system (e.g. VISTA-20P can only support three partitions, with one being a common partition). With this update, users with compatible systems will be able to perform the following functions from Total Connect 2.0:

  • Name partitions
  • Arm and disarm individual partitions
  • Bypass sensors
  • Assign partition control to different users
  • Enable or disable event notifications
  • Set remote disarming capabilities for individual partitions
  • Choose which user codes can activate and edit partition settings
  • View activity of fire partitions remotely (cannot control a fire partition remotely)
  • Additional features to be announced

To ensure a successful rollout, Honeywell is making partition support available for a small percentage of customers each day. The process already started on Monday, June 11th, and it is expected to continue until the week of June 25th. By the week of June 25th, all compatible VISTA Systems should have TC2 partition support. Also note that any new Honeywell Total Connect VISTA partition account programmed during the rollout will be enabled for partition support the next regular business day.

Sometime during this rollout period, you should notice an update on your Total Connect 2.0 account. The message will state that partitions for your location have been made available. You will then be able to configure the partitions for your VISTA System through both the Total Connect 2.0 web browser and the TC2 Mobile App.

Please note that you will not be required to set up multiple partition configurations for your system right away. You can also choose to save the set up process for a later time. To configure partitions for your system immediately, select "Configure Now". To save the process for another time, choose "Later". You will be able to access partition support by clicking the "Partitions" tab on Total Connect 2.0.

To learn more about this feature, please review this helpful guide from Honeywell.

If you have any questions about Total Connect 2.0 partition control, please do not hesitate to contact us at support@alarmgrid.com or call us at 888-818-7728 from 9am to 8pm M-F.

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